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Introduction to Philosophy resource - Reflection paper template for students
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These instructions are given to community college students who are reading primary texts in a philosophy 100 class. This is a version of the typical "impression paper" students are often asked to write to prove they have read the material in advance of class discussion. The main part that may be of interest, and why I'm sharing it, is the "template." This template gives students two things: first, an easy, three-step way to phrase their initial responses to readings; second, it gives permission to describe their reading circumstances and personalize their account of their reading experience. This seems to have value for the students, allowing them to write in a natural voice, express themselves, and reflect upon their own learning conditions. As a teacher, I've enjoyed reading responses from this template because I learn a little about my students lives at the same time as I learn about how they initially interpret a text.

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Philosophy
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Author:
Cara O'Connor
Date Added:
03/21/2019
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Survey of American Literature: ENG 252
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This is a free online college course which is a chronological survey of American Literature from before the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. The Word documents include a syllabus and course outline, handouts and exercises preparing students for college-level academic work, discussion questions, homework assignments, overviews of movements, reading quizzes, exams, and essay assignments. Instructors are encouraged to modify any and all files in this resource.

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Arts and Humanities
English Language Arts
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Author:
Jack DuBose
Date Added:
08/27/2019
Survey of American Literature: Eng 253
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This is a free online college course which is a chronological survey of American Literature from before the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. The Word documents include a syllabus and course outline, handouts and exercises preparing students for college-level academic work, discussion questions, homework assignments, overviews of movements, reading quizzes, exams, and essay assignments. Instructors are encouraged to modify any and all files in this resource.

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Arts and Humanities
English Language Arts
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Author:
Amy Hofer
Chauna Ramsey
Jennifer Hanlon-Wilde
Date Added:
05/01/2016
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Survey of American Literature: Eng 254
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This is a free online college course which is a chronological survey of American Literature from the Civil War to 1974. The Word documents include a syllabus and course outline, handouts and exercises preparing students for college-level academic work, discussion questions, homework assignments, overviews of movements, reading quizzes, exams, and essay assignments. Instructors are encouraged to modify any and all files in this resource.

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Arts and Humanities
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Author:
Chauna Ramsey
Jennifer Hanlon-Wilde
Date Added:
08/08/2019