RA3 questions - READING ASSIGNMENTS (slightly changed since...

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READING ASSIGNMENTS (slightly changed since RA2) The groups should each discuss the four questions included in the text below. Make sure you have a collective sense of what is meant, what is being elicited by way of a response. You do not need to develop draft answers in class . But you should discuss them to the point at which each member has a good idea on how to formulate the answer. You are trying to connect these readings to the themes of this course. By the end of your group meeting you should have divided the four questions among the FOUR group members. Each member will develop a short answer of 65 words or fewer. Do not include contextual information. Keep very close to the terms of the question and the content of the reading in question. The four drafted answers should go to the editor by an agreed deadline, either through the group discussion board on Blackboard, or its group e-mail function. The editor then edits and combines them into a single answer of no more than 250 words in all , before circulating them for corrections and amendment suggestions within a deadline. The final answer form should be forwarded to the instructor by Tuesday at noon in the following
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