week 5 critical thinking

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For Critical Thinking Essay #1, read the attached chapter from Susan Sontag's book Regarding the Pain of Others and follow the guidelines for submitting this assignment.

(CT guidelines, a rubric, and a student model are posted below to guide you through the process.)

https://ulearn.jwu.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-4273323-dt-c...

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Visual Literacy & the Sociology of Perception Please follow these guidelines when writing Critical Thinking Essay #1: 1. Note the article, author, source and site at the top of the page. 2. Identify the thesis statement and bullet the main ideas in the article. 3. Draw parallels between the author’s work and from discussions/lectures from class, always taking the “sociology of perception” into account. 4. If needed, conduct further research on this topic, parenthetically citing that research using MLA formatting and adding a Works Cited Page. 5. Respond to the article AND your additional research with your own thoughts and feelings. Critical Thinking Essays will not be judged “right” or “wrong”; the important thing is to think clearly, analytically, and carefully about the article/ideas/issues and to write clearly and well. Your Critical Thinking Essay will be graded using the following rubric: Student followed the GUIDELINES and gave a careful and accurate portrayal of the article (5) ______ Critical Analysis is EVIDENT (15) _____ Response is thoughtful and/or creative (research, if used, is properly cited) (8) ______ Writing is clear and well-edited (5) ______ TOTAL (33) _____

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