Compose a post that addresses the above questions and make connections to the co
Compose a post that addresses the above questions and make connections to the content from the course this week using 3 digital powerups. Remember to cite content from one or more of the texts with page number, and comment on at least one other student post using 1-2 additional powerups.
Remember: List or restate something you just read; then, add an opinion in your response. Use #remember.
Understand: Ask a question that will help you understand what you read. Allow a peer to respond to your question. Use #understand.
Apply: Organize what you read into something new. Include a poem, chart, timeline, diagram, or model in your response. Use #apply.
Analyze: Examine a quote you read, and then compare it to a different text. Explain why you think they’re related. Use #analyze.
Evaluate: Critique something that you read in a respectful manner. Cite text-based evidence in your response. Use #evaluate.
Create: Develop a novel response based on what you read using text, video or other supplies to
Connect: Connect a real-world experience to concepts in the assigned reading. Use #connect.
Critical think: Judge the content of what was read using reasoning. Use #Criticalthink.
Problem solve: Write about how the question could be solved. Use #Problemsolve.
Data/Research: Answer the question through research and data. Use: #Data/Research.
Listen to the case story here. You are to ask questions on the board. Only 1 question at a time and you can only ask a second question once the professor has answered your first question. With your questions and the answers you receive, you are to try and solve the case.
Types of questions students could ask:
Questions that ask for more evidence: Is there any evidence or data concerning the issue/problem?
Questions that ask for clarification: Can you put that another way? Would ___ be an example? Linking or extension questions: Is there any connection between what you’ve just said and __? How does your comment fit with ___ earlier comment? Hypothetical questions: What might have happened if ___? Cause and effect questions: What is likely to be the effect of___? Netiquette Rules;
Personal criticisms on class or team members are not allowed. For example, “You would have to be crazy to think that, wouldn’t you?” Students are to write a final answer providing the following: What are one or two most important ideas that emerged from this discussion?
What remains unresolved or contentious about this topic? How does questioning lead to learning by keeping in mind cognition? (Students must use sources to answer these questions).