Goals: a. To read actively and annotate to create meaning and connections
Opener: Philosophy Phriday! In our lives, we create many BINARIES when we think about things -- this is a way of thinking about things so that problems, questions or ideas have only two options. For example, “yes or no,” “right or wrong,” “on or off,” or “good or evil.” What are the benefits of this kind of thinking? What are the possible dangers or complications?
Handouts in Class: "yellow card" bookmarks for annotations
Terms and Vocabulary: none
Work Assigned and Collected:
a. We made bookmarks to aid in annotation
1. Finish the annotations for chapters 5-6 that we started in class at home over the weekend. Remember to use the card when you read, then refer back to your notes when you re-read your annotations.