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Yellowstone National Park For this assignment you must listen to a podcast (at least 30 minutes-1 hour, if the episodes are shorter, you’ll need to listen to a few) about skepticism; misconceptions, frauds, or myths related to history, ancient cultures, or society; myths and lore about creatures and “unexplainable” phenomena; efforts to debunk myths and misconceptions about the past; critical thinking; the history of science; or historical or scientific methodologies. You will be provided a list from which to choose. If you find a relevant podcast on your own, you must run it by Corinne or me before choosing it for this assignment. After listening to the podcast, share it with the class by posting information about what it was, where you accessed it, and a link to it. Then write a paragraph or two (10-20 sentences) about the podcast, summarizing the basic details, explaining how you think it is related to our class, and providing a brief analysis of any myths or misconceptions about history or society in the podcast using tools and concepts from class. Additionally, describe ways myths or misconceptions were evaluated, challenged, or debunked in the podcast and your perspectives about this. Finally, be sure to describe any critical thinking techniques or information you learned about in the podcast that would be useful in our class. Everyone must also read a post from a classmate and write a several sentence response to the podcast description and the student’s post.
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