Purpose: It is important when you write that you make explicit connections between the different parts of your writing. In this assignment, you will continue thinking about the relationships between your posts be looking at where you started and where you ended up.
Word Count: The best posts will be 450-750 words.
Before You Write
Look over the 5 posts you selected for your final post. Read over your earliest post and latest post selected (If you chose these for prompt 12, then pick any two posts). As you read the two posts, consider:
- Is there one concept, theory, or idea that reoccurs in the two posts? How is it used? How is it related in the two posts?
- Are there two ideas that are radically (or, possibly, just slightly, but in an interesting way) opposed to one another in the two posts?
- Could you use your understanding of the material from a later post to solve a problem raised in an earlier post?
- Does each post represent a position that falls into animal liberation or ecological ethics perspectives? Do they match up?
Talk about how your perspective on environmental ethics has developed between the earliest and latest post. Focus on the overall differences between the two posts. Be sure to
- Include a link to the two posts you are talking about
- Give brief summaries of the relevant information from each post
- Make explicit connections between the two posts. These connections should make clear
- How the posts are related (are the positions in the two posts opposed, developments of each other, interconnected in some other way?)
- How the development between the posts contributed to your learning development.
When commenting on posts answering this prompt, look over the actual posts the student is drawing on, and respond by
- Giving suggestions about how the posts are connected
- Pointing out unclear connections
- Asking clarifying questions
- . . . and otherwise giving advice on how to further develop the connections between the posts.
- Post: Prompt 13 | Due 1:00 PM EST
- Comment: On at least 3 Group Member posts | 1st Due 8:00 PM EST | All Due Jan 25, 8:00 AM EST