Read the, Very very, short story linked below and consider the following: Is this a love letter or a breakup letter? What evidence exists in the text to support your claim? What WOKs are you using to support your claim?
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In order to better understand the strengths and limitations of the Natural Sciences: Engage in the following two activities below! Scientists have always been, and will always be, limited by their own knowledge and their available tools of measurement. This is a major limitation of […]
The “Knowledge Framework” is a methodology for analyzing AOKs by breaking them up into smaller understandable chunks. Once one understands how this framework operates within one AOK, they can perform a similar analysis on another and then conduct comparative analysis between the two. Conducting this […]
Our journey through this text will be led by you via literature discussions! But it is likely you have rarely, if ever, led a lit discussion before! Thus use the guide linked below in order to ensure that you and your classmates extract as much […]
Read the article from The Atlantic linked HERE and answer the following questions: Were Dr. He’s actions ethical? How can you use this example in your essay?
Work in essay prompt teams to generate knowledge questions, knowledge claims, and issues of knowledge relating to your chosen essay title! Make a copy of this google doc HERE
Tom Robbins is a bit like Kurt Vonnegut–only he believes humanity is beautiful. He’s written many best selling works; two of my favorites being Still Life With Woodpecker and Jitterbug Perfume. Though he mostly writes fiction, at times he dabbles in an essay of social commentary or […]
In order to investigate how QUALITY is assessed and determined within the arts, I want you to contemplate which pieces of contemporary art will become future “classics” ! Check out the activity details below: What Makes a Classic: Assessing Quality in Art