Dr Tom Kerns
North Seattle Community College
Please do not respond to these till Sunday
posting them now only so youíll have a little
while to think about them.)
Your discussions up until Saturday evening or Sunday morning
should focus on issues in Ibsenís Enemy of the
Wilsonís ďFear in the Fields.Ē After that, for the remainder of the week, discussions should
focus around the "Key Themes" and "Commentary" discussion
These two sets of DQs are in lieu of a final
exam, so youíll want to make your responses very good.
Please do the "Themes" DQs first,
and the "Commentary" DQ second.
Final Exam Discussion Questions:
Pick out at least four (it could be more) key ideas or themes that we explored in this course that you
found to be interesting or provocative or meaningful to you.
what each of those ideas is. Then b) explain
what it was about each of those ideas that you found interesting or
provocative or meaningful.
So your response to this question will come
in four (or more) parts, one for each of the four ideas you will be
describing and discussing. And
each part will have both a) and b) elements.
So there will be a 1a
2. Respond to at least two of the single
themes expressed by your classmates, perhaps asking them a question
about it, or relating it to some other idea in the class that you found
important, or offering your own opinion on that idea, etc.
1. Looking at the class more broadly, write a short commentary to your
classmates (try to make it less than two or three screens long) describing
some of what you feel you have learned in this course, and whether
you see any ways that what you have learned might be put to practice
in your own life.
2. Write a short response to the commentary
that at least one (or maybe two) of your classmates has written.
post your answers and responses
into the Final Exam Discussion folder in the classroom
2010-2013 Dr Tom Kerns
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