Most learning modules (but not all) include an essay assignment that relates to the content for that week’s reading/viewing:
You don’t have to answer any particular prompt, but you must choose two such assignments throughout the semester, one from each half of the term.
Pace yourself: the sooner you complete each requirement, the better for you, with more time available to prepare for other class assignments and projects.
You have till the deadline in the syllabus, but once that’s past those options are off the table.
For Essay #1, respond to one of the prompts offered before the due date of February 24th, 2020, 11:59 PM.
Submit under Assignments/Essay #1. See grading rubric and file upload protocol there for further guidelines.
Here’s the first option, on The Mystery of Stonehenge.
Dr. Gerald Hawkins, in his book Stonehenge Decoded (adapted into the video that we watched, The Mystery of Stonehenge), argues a particular interpretation of the megalith. In the end, therefore, what is the mystery of Stonehenge? What is Hawkins’ idea and what conflicting opinions were also given in the program? Give me three instances of each, representing his argument and the opposing views of Patrick Moore, Richard Atkinson, Glyn Daniels, and/or anyone else whose opinion was presented. Be sure to give a description of their status or position (computer expert, paleontologist, etc.). Go back to Module 1 to re-read my notes and rewatch the program as many times as is needed for you to ace this paper, if you choose to do it!
Format: 3-4 pages (1000 word count min.), 1” margins, double-spaced, 10/12 pt. type. On a cover page or in the top left-hand corner, be sure to put your name, my name, our class, and the date. Stay on topic, use an effective structure that carefully guides your reader from one idea to the next, and edit thoroughly so that sentences are readable and appropriate for an academic audience.
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