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part one

Prompt

Reading is an essential skill for college-level students.

A book titled

Proust and the Squid: The Story and Science of the Reading Brain

(Links to an external site.)

argues: “”Human beings were never born to read,” writes Tufts University cognitive neuroscientist and child development expert Maryanne Wolf. Reading is a human invention that reflects how the brain rearranges itself to learn something new. In this ambitious, provocative book, Wolf chronicles the remarkable journey of the reading brain not only over the past five thousand years, since writing began, but also over the course of a single child’s life, showing in the process why children with dyslexia have reading difficulties and singular gifts.”

Please note that you are not being asked to read Proust and the Squid mentioned above. I simply reference as one of many books on the topic of reading.

After you finish reading this week’s textbook Chapter, I’d like you to share your process for reading.

Instructions

POST

Please state your process for reading. Explain in 7 or more sentences what your process was for reading the Chapter.

REPLY 1

Please reply, in 4 or more sentences, to a peer noting a similarity or difference in your reading processes.

REPLY 2

Please reply, in 4 or more sentences, to a second peer noting a similarity or difference in your reading processes.

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part tow

iPoliSci Workshop

About

iPoliSci Workshops is your opportunity to interact with content related to the course.

At the minimum,

at least once every two weeks (bi-weekly)

, you are encouraged to attend a real-time live Zoom workshop of your choice OR review the presentation slides of a workshop of your choice OR watch the recording of the workshop if it is available.

Submission of this assignment is REQUIRED; however, attendance at a real-time live Zoom workshop/meeting is OPTIONAL.

If you are unable or uninterested in attending a real-time live Zoom workshop, you can simply refer to a specific iPoliSci Workshop’s presentation slides to review and submit this assignment OR you can watch a recording of the workshop, if it is available.

Links to workshop video recordings are located on specified webpages or on a slide within the embedded PowerPoint presentations below.

Archived Recordings of Past Workshops

AMERICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY

American Political Economy is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing American Political Economy from the point of view of different individual, group, and organizational entities at the local, state, and national level.

When is the American Political Economy Workshop scheduled?

There are no real-time live workshops for this term.

There are archived video recordings from summer 2022.

Visit

American Political Economy (ipolisci.com)

(Links to an external site.)

or

iPoliSci – YouTube

(Links to an external site.)

to watch recordings.

GLOBAL CONFLICT AND COOPERATION

Global Conflict and Cooperation is a workshop series that is focused on defining, exploring, and discussing global conflict and cooperation from the point of view of different international institutions, country governments, and international non-governmental organizations.

When is the Global Conflict and Cooperation Workshop scheduled?

There are no real-time live workshops for this term.

There are archived video recordings from summer 2021, fall 2021, and summer 2022.

Visit

Conflict and Cooperation (ipolisci.com)

(Links to an external site.)

or

iPoliSci – YouTube

(Links to an external site.)

to watch recordings.

HOLDING GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE

Holding Government Accountable is a workshop series that is focused on how individuals, inside and outside of the government, hold it accountable to the constitution, federal and state laws, and regulations.

When is the Holding Government Accountable Workshop scheduled?

There are no real-time live workshops for this term.

There are archived video recordings from spring 2022.

Visit

Holding Govt Accountable (ipolisci.com)

(Links to an external site.)

or

iPoliSci –

Instructions

STEP 1: ATTEND REAL-TIME LIVE ZOOM WORKSHOP OR WATCH AN ARCHIVED RECORDING

Attend a Zoom Workshop during its scheduled time.

The workshops are hosted on

My Zoom Page

(Links to an external site.)

during the days and times listed.

If you are unable to attend a Zoom Workshop in real-time, you can watch a recording. Video recordings of workshops, if available, on located on the embedded PowerPoint presentation on the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide of specific Workshops or specified webpage.

Scroll up to the “Workshop PowerPoint Slides and Description” above, select a specific Workshop of interest, then click through the slides to find the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide. On the “Schedule and Video Recordings” slide, you will find a “Watch Recording” link by week.

STEP 2: CLEARLY STATE WHICH WORKSHOP YOU ATTENDED OR WATCHED

In your assignment submission, clearly state which workshop(s) you participated in during the period

Example:

“I participated in the Holding Government Accountable during week 6.”

Example:

“I watched the week 6 archived recording of the Global Conflict and Cooperation.”

STEP 3: RESPOND TO A SPECIFIC QUESTION

Select 1 of the following questions to respond to:

What did you find most interesting about the workshop?

What did you find most relevant to your daily life about the workshop?

What question(s) do you have about the workshop topic?

What would you like to learn more about related to the workshop topic?

What did you find perplexing or challenging about the workshop topic?

Note: If you wish, you can ask yourself your own question.

STEP 4: CLEARLY STATE YOUR QUESTION

Be sure to clearly state this question in your assignment submission.

Using a question provided in the prior step, or a question that you ask yourself, be sure to clearly state this question in your assignment submission.

STEP 5: ANSWER QUESTION WITH 4 SENTENCES

Write at least 6 sentences answering the question you selected.

Sentence 1.

Sentence 2.

Sentence 3.

Sentence 4.

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