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Date Created: 09/28/15
NCLC 348 n 139 Viewing P quot m F2112007 Introduction This collaborative learning assignment asks you and your group members to become the quotexpertsquot in the readingsviewings for the day and to teach what you39ve learned via a presentation on the day that reading is assigned On the day you are presenting you are not responsible for preparing a blog post Procedures 1 Plan to spend 173 hours reading refreading and reviewing the readingviewing 2 Meet together as a group for your discussion session In preparation for that session you should answer or attempt to answer as a group or by dividing up the asks the following questions about your assigned readings 0 What is the main argument thesis of this readingviewing What are the premises it is based upon 0 What kind of evidence does your author offer in support of this thesis 0 Is the evidence visual ie exaInples of art lm television or drawings diagram s 0 Is it textual ie references to prior theoristsfounding texts 0 Is it historical 0 Is the thesis more speculative perhaps a new way oflooking at the world 0 What other theoriesauthors do your authors discuss in these texts Does heshe agree with these other theories or disagree Make a list of each theory mentioned and try to discern where your authors stands in relation to these other theorists 0 What are some of the key concepts in the readingsviewings and how do you see them relating to the learning community Why are they important to the learning community How do they relate to one another andor to other concepts discussed in the class thus far Ideally you will also be able to present a sense of where this author stands in relation to the texts of the learning community 3 Collaboratively collect your ndings into a single document about 300 words minimum If disagreements occur within the group present these tensions as well possibly as discussion questions at the end 4 Either make copies to distribute to all members of the class plus your instructor Or you can prepare a blog entry that includes links to resources 5 Present your conclusions in class on the day it is due and be prepared to answer questions as a group about your readingsviewings and authors and stimulate discussion among your peers NOTE Everyone in the class will be responsible for reading each article regardless of whether or not you are presenting it As a class member on days you are not presenting you should be prepared to discuss and debate the arguments made by each group and assess their interpretation of the readingviewing
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