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UGS 303 writing assignments

UGS 303 writing assignments - SELF AND SOUL UGS 303 Writing...

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SELF AND SOUL, UGS 303 Writing Assignments, Spring 2011 1. Dialogue, 5 times, 100-200 words each time, 5% A dialogue entry is required every other week before the discussion section.   Each dialogue entry is graded pass-fail; if you pass all of them, you get the full 5%.    To  the Blackboard blog designated for your section, add 100-200 words every other week, no  later than Saturday at 5:00 PM (for a Monday discussion) or Thursday at midnight (for a  Friday discussion).  The instructor will provide a prompt, to which you should react.  Your entry should meet these criteria: You must give or show a reason for what you say. You must engage with at least one other entry earlier in the discussion.  Examples  of engaging:  showing why the entry is not totally right, supplying  additional evidence for a view expressed in the entry, etc. You must be clear enough that other students know what you are saying. You may be as creative in format as you like. You should be prepared to defend your view in your discussion section.    Initial Prompt.   Socrates claimed in the  Apology  that he was performing a great service to  the people of Athens.  Plainly, as the jury must have realized, this was nonsense.  He was unemployed, he contributed nothing to the economy of Athens, and he  distracted other people from serious work by engaging them in philosophical  conversation.   How to respond.   If are the first to respond, then you will agree or disagree with the  prompt.  If you agree with the prompt, support it with further evidence or 
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