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DO NOW<br /><ul><li>Please put together all of your DO NOW activities from last week. There will be 10 total.
Put them all together by stapling or using a paper clip. Please put them in the same order as they come in this presentati...
It is not necessary that all of your answer be correct, simply that you have done the work and followed directions.
If you are missing handouts, they are available on the website.
These will be returned to you. They will receive a level 2 grade, 3.5% of your quarter grade.</li></li></ul><li>DO NOW<br ...
DO NOW<br />Fill in with your own ideas. What actions, feelings or attitudes flow from a specific belief of yours. Two min...
DO NOW<br />Now in reverse. Look at an action of yours (how I do homework). Explain what beliefs affect your action. Fill-...
DO NOW – Susan, Juan & Baby Eric<br />Your DO NOW activity is on the front table. Please take a sheet, read it and answer ...
DO NOW – Courtroom Joke (haha)<br />Your DO NOW activity is on the front table. Please take a sheet, read it and answer th...
IV. Belief, Truth & Knowledge<br />DO NOW<br />How well do you understand necessary and sufficient? You will be given twen...
V. The Challenge of Skepticism <br />DO NOW: This baby is wearing a computer that puts things into its brain. What type of...
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  1. 1. DO NOW<br /><ul><li>Please put together all of your DO NOW activities from last week. There will be 10 total.
  2. 2. Put them all together by stapling or using a paper clip. Please put them in the same order as they come in this presentation. Please put your block letter (A, B, C, E, F, G) and your name on all papers.
  3. 3. It is not necessary that all of your answer be correct, simply that you have done the work and followed directions.
  4. 4. If you are missing handouts, they are available on the website.
  5. 5. These will be returned to you. They will receive a level 2 grade, 3.5% of your quarter grade.</li></li></ul><li>DO NOW<br />On your DO NOW paper (new paper for the new week), according to what you think<br />Define truth<br />Define knowledge<br />Define belief<br />You have 4 minutes. <br />4 min<br />2 min <br />1 min <br />
  6. 6. DO NOW<br />Fill in with your own ideas. What actions, feelings or attitudes flow from a specific belief of yours. Two minutes.<br />2min<br />1 min <br />
  7. 7. DO NOW<br />Now in reverse. Look at an action of yours (how I do homework). Explain what beliefs affect your action. Fill-in the chart with specifics. My example is next.<br />
  8. 8. DO NOW – Susan, Juan & Baby Eric<br />Your DO NOW activity is on the front table. Please take a sheet, read it and answer the question. You will have four minutes to work on this before we share answers. The date on the paper is wrong. Sorry <br />
  9. 9. DO NOW – Courtroom Joke (haha)<br />Your DO NOW activity is on the front table. Please take a sheet, read it and answer the question. You will have five minutes to work on this before we share answers. <br />(DO NOW: Explain, from a philosophical point of view, using the words belief and action, the difference between the jury and the accused client.)<br />
  10. 10. IV. Belief, Truth & Knowledge<br />DO NOW<br />How well do you understand necessary and sufficient? You will be given twenty problem about necessary and sufficient to answer in 7 minutes. We will then go over the answers.<br />7 min<br />3.5 min <br />End<br />
  11. 11. V. The Challenge of Skepticism <br />DO NOW: This baby is wearing a computer that puts things into its brain. What type of statement does this picture make about our ability to know the world? You have four minutes.<br />
  12. 12. DO NOW: Circular Reasoning<br />Work through the handout and determine which statements are examples of circular reasoning. Follow all directions. You have four minutes.<br />
  13. 13. V. The Challenge of Skepticism <br />DO NOW: Look at your previous answer to this DO NOW activity. Rewrite it and explain using the terms belief, knowledge and radical skepticism. You have four minutes.<br />
  14. 14. V. The Challenge of Skepticism <br />DO NOW: Work with a partner. Imagine your own “radical skepticism” scenario. Write it on your DO NOW paper. <br />You have five minutes.<br />
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