English discussion

Online Class Discussions:

Your discussion prompt will be posted below. Respond to this prompt in a well thought out manner that expresses your thoughts, gives clear reasoning, and fully explains your point through metacommentary. These discussion are not required to be in formal writing so you may write casually if you wish. However, you will be required to include at least one quote or paraphrase that is referenced with an in-text citation. A Work Cited list will also need to be placed at the bottom of your response so that your classmates can check out your source material if they wish.

See these resources for MLA format of citation and sources if you need it:

MLA In-Text Citations: The Basics // Purdue Writing Lab (Links to an external site.)

MLA Formatting and Style Guide // Purdue Writing Lab (Links to an external site.)

There is not minimum word count, however to produce a full thought out response your first post should be between 120-150 words minimum.

You will also need to respond to at least two classmate’s initial postings.

Week 5: Discussion Prompt

We often have different ideas or understandings about similar terms or words. Words are very powerful and the use of them shapes the way we see the world and live our lives daily. The two articles that we will be reading this week explore this idea of words and meaning as applied to two very different subjects that are both heavy and impactful subjects. Read both of these articles in either your textbook or by clicking the following links:

The Definition of Terrorism by Brian Whitaker

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2001/may/07/terrorism (Links to an external site.)

Conscientious Objection in Medicine: A Moral Dilemma by Ishmeal Bradley

https://www.clinicalcorrelations.org/2009/05/28/conscientious-objection-in-medicine-a-moral-dilemma/ (Links to an external site.)

After you have read both articles choose only one to complete the following prompt for your Week 5 posting.

Prompt:

As you read, look for your Golden Line: A Golden Line is an important quote from the text that you have a lot to say about. Share that one line and explain why you chose it and what meaning you make with the line.


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