• Think.


    Think. Again.

    For this project, you will need to go to:

    //thinkagain.theatlantic.com/ (dead link-- use the links page)

    Click on a question on the bottom of the page:

    Then, explore the page by clicking on the Video, the blog and the article. (They may be in different spots on the page.)

    Read. Think. Question.

    You are responsible for three products:

    1. A reflective essay (2-3 pages, typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman 12 pt font, 1 inch margins) with a clear thesis (something you want to prove) that you support with well-developed ideas and examples. Be sure to include explicit references to the text of the article. You may also use material from the blogs and the video.

    2. A blog entry. Read the blog and write down a roughly 250-word response you would make on the blog if it was still open. Respond on the blog page

    3. A creative response. Use your creativity to respond to the question that ties together your reading and viewing. While I am sensitive to crushing your creative impulses, I also want to push you to do something interesting. Don't bore me. Go nuts. Get beyond the ordinary. You are not restricted to the written word.

Last Modified on May 24, 2016