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journal entry

journal entry
Assignment Instructions:
Think about the material you encountered in the course this week, and describe one aspect of the classroom resources (Assignments, Discussions, or assigned readings) that surprised you. Make sure to describe why the material interested you as a thinker.
Set a timer (on the stove, a clock or on your phone) and write for 10 minutes without stopping. The prompt will remain the same each week, but you will reflect about a different aspect of each week’s resources.
By Day 7, post an entry that addresses each of the following:
· Observe. Describe the week’s content and resources to a person who has not seen/heard or observed it.
· Process. Answer the question: “What does this content/topic mean ”
· Reflect. Answer the question: “What is the value in understanding this ”

Use this space to complete your Journal Entry Assignments throughout the course. Each journal entry must be at least three paragraphs long, but you are allowed to write as much as you would like. These entries are meant to be free writing, but you should revise before submitting. Your journal entries will be graded on participation and do not have rubrics.

To create a new Journal entry, select Create Journal Entry. Compose your entry and select Post Entryto post it to your Journal.


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