Based on the speakers presentation, the assigned readings and the class discussion of the information write a response to the key issues of interest to you that were surfaced on this topic. Pick one of these topics to cover in your paper (you do not need to answer all of these questions):
•What seemed particularly insightful in the presentation? What would you add?
•Which issues require more consideration than what was presented, why?
•Were there any controversial issues discussed? Where you do stand on them?
•How does your view of a controversial issue relate to where the speaker, author or a classmate stands on this issue?
Once you have selected one of the topics above, you need to do two things:
1.Connect with what has been said personally – what experiences have you had that give you an interesting perspective on the issues discussed?
2.Bring ideas into the topic you chose in relation to the media – what do published sources have to say about what was said? What do academics have to say about this topic? Include at least 2 published – academic or press – sources (and cite them) in this paper.
DO NOT JUST SUMMARIZE THE PRESENTATION; you need to respond to what has been said.
While these are thought–pieces, they still need to be well organized, well thought out and well written. Each response paper should be no longer than 3 pages (double spaced, 12 point font, 1 inch margin).
I am looking for concise, well-crafted papers that bring in your personal perspective to the topic that was presented. Therefore, the paper should be carefully written – well organized, concise, and free of grammatical errors. Your grade will reflect the quality of your responses (Do they address the most important problems? Are they relatively creative and/or well thought out? Are they on target with respect to the topic?), the depth of your analysis, and the writing composition (well organized, concise, etc.).
u will find the recording on this link
the speaker is the head of the pro challenge in Denver
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