For this course, students are required to write three critical commentaries. Commentary #1 is due online by 9 am on January 30th. This commentary should explore topics in the readings assigned through January 30th.

1) DISCUSSION POST

It’s time to practice your focus and memory! For this discussion, you are going to watch a video that has a memory and attention game. It is VERY important that you understand the instructions.

The memory game is going to test your memory of the alphabet and your attention. If you do not understand the instructions, then pause and replay the video before going on with the game. If you need to write out the alphabet and have that in front of you, then you can do that too.

Watch the National Geographic Video: Maintain Your Focus and play along. Be sure to write down your results!
In the discussion, share what you learned about your memory. Start your discussion post by sharing how you performed. Did you get most of the words right, or not? Did you notice other details, or did you miss them? What did you learn about your memory from this experience?

Click here to watch the video

2) PEER REVIEW #1 (AERIAL)

Hello everyone. This was a fun exercise. I didn’t get any words right. I was so focused on trying to decode I was replacing the letter before instead of after. Which this revealed the wrong word that made no sense. I also did not notice they revealed the answers as they showed another group of words. Ive learned to stay focus on your surroundings even when there is other information being fed to you. This was a great thinking exercise.

3) PEER REVIEW #2 (NANCY)

Hello Everyone, I really enjoyed doing this exercise. I thought it was fun and it kept me focus at the same time. I didn’t only keep my eyes in one spot i keep focus on my surrounding to see if there is anything else that was going on at the same time. I enjoy multitasking and it took me a few years to master what I do whenever I try to complete what i am doing. I love to multi task so this was a fun exercise for me to do. I got all the letters because i understand the concept in the message that it was trying to provide. Multitasking just don’t came overnight, it is a skill that you have to work at and some day master it. For most people it is a hard tasks to accomplish but i believe with good practice you can learn to multi task and get the benefits out of it.

The aim of each paper is comparative inquiry and analysis, not mere description. The emphasis is on reasoning and critical thinking. It is not enough simply to recapitulate what each reading has to say about a given theme. You must compare and contrast what they have to say about a topic of your own choosing. To do this, you must evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the types of analysis and theories presented, and offer some conclusion of your own. Thus, each paper should include the following:

A clear, persuasive introduction with an explicit thesis statement and a roadmap to tell me where and what you will try to demonstrate in the paper.
A very brief summary or literature review of the selected readings for the paper, with an emphasis on key arguments, type of analysis and conclusions found in each work. Avoid summarizing details. Stick to the main points.
A brief summary of the theme to be discussed in your paper. What are the issues involved and why are they important? What do we learn from each paper?
A comparative inquiry and analysis of what the readings have to say about the theme. What do we learn from these discussions? How does the chosen analysis advance or weaken the key arguments? Which cultural or political perspectives are at play? What remains to be learned?
Important Notes:

Papers are due online on before the start of class (9:00 am). Late papers will be accepted by email for up to 48 hours, but will receive a deduction for tardiness.
Each of the three papers should be 5 pages double-spaced with normal 1” margins and 12 pt., Times New Roman font.
All papers must be in APA style and include in-text citations and a full bibliography.
In grading your commentaries, I will evaluate the ideas you present, how you link your ideas to course materials and how well the paper is organized and executed. A rubric is available on Canvas for further information.

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