Format and Rubric for Reaction Papers SPRING 2014

Just say where you get the info from its ok if your

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Unformatted text preview: are many different forms of knowledge. Ask yourself if your argument is compelling? If you mention something you heard, learned, or experienced, thought, or read somewhere, try to include as much information about that as you can . Even in your opinion part if you can. The more you do that, the more you will learn about where you get your ideas from. Also, open your mind. (Expression: can’t see the forest through the trees…Sociology is about looking for the forest …illicit your sociological imagination!! And if you’re not sure, it’s ok to have BEGINNERS MIND…and say that you don’t know. It’s much more honorable to say you don’t know than to push issues that your unsure of. You’re given more credit for questions the film raised than your opinions. (just f...
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