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1.3 Icebreaker Discussion

1.3 Icebreaker Discussion

Q Overview: Each week, you will be prompted with discussion questions to answer. These discussions are designed to get you to critically think, analyze, and reflect on the readings and it's relation to real life events or your personal experiences. It is designed for you to better understand the topics for the week. Most of the time, you won't be able to view each other's responses until you respond. I ask you to keep your responses as you sent it out. This means, do not change what you have said after you have reviewed other people's answers. Instead of editing your response, just add on to your response. I want to read the raw answers as you read the prompt. Then if you have additional things you would like to add in your response, just reply again. Instructions: 1. Review the image above. Don't do an internet search . Just from looking at the image, tell us the story of this image. What is going on in this picture? What do you see that makes you say that? What more can you find? 2. Reply to another classmate. Does their evidence justify their conclusion? Explain. After reading their (and others') response and explanation, does it change what you think is going on in this picture or does it stay the same? Grading Seethe grading rubric for guidance on what is expected for full credit. Clickthe Options icon (3 vertical dots), then select "Show Rubric."Mobile App users:Click Grades, then click into the Discussion. The rubric can then be found on the Grades tab.

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