January 28 (101A)

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January 28 (101A)

  1. 1. Cows moo in different ways depending on where they are from (like dialects with human language). A. B. True False
  2. 2. The entire class must agree that we have made it past a destination. I will have you click in and if I find out you have lied to make the class feel good and move on, you will be in big trouble.
  3. 3.     How to register your i>Clicker online  You must register before tomorrow Cheating policy Forgotten clicker Broken/lost clicker
  4. 4.        Fess up Write an interesting question for discussion on a piece of paper Crumple the paper into a ball Snowball fight for thirty seconds! Grab a ball In groups of four, discuss each question and write notes about your discussion on the paper Two minutes for each question Time’s up! 10 20 30 seconds
  5. 5.      What does analysis mean? What does it mean to have a “questioning frame of mind”? After you have broken down the reading (analysis), what is your next step? What is a critical lens? What is the overall purpose of writing a critical analysis?
  6. 6.     Look at Part 3 page 97 Format for introducing the author and work On that page, cross out the idea of beginning with a dictionary definition How much summary should you include?
  7. 7.     By yourself or with one partner, write a one-page critical analysis essay of chapter 1 Look at the questions beginning on page 72 for help Make sure you introduce the work correctly Make sure you are NOT summarizing
  8. 8. Stanley Milgram designed a study that investigates the effects of authority on obedience. Courtesy of CUNY Graduate School and University Center People comply to social pressures. How would they respond to outright command? Stanley Milgram (1933-1984)
  9. 9. Both Photos: © 1965 By Stanley Miligram, from the film Obedience, dist. by Penn State, Media Sales
  10. 10. Slight to Moderate Shock B. Strong to Very Strong Shock C. Intense to Extreme Intensity Shock D. Danger: Severe Shock E. XXX A.
  11. 11. Slight to Moderate Shock B. Strong to Very Strong Shock C. Intense to Extreme Intensity Shock D. Danger: Severe Shock E. XXX A.
  12. 12. 0-25 percent B. 26-40 percent C. 41-60 percent D. 61-75 percent E. 76-100 percent A.
  13. 13. Link
  14. 14. A third of the individuals in Milgram’s study resisted social coercion. AP/ Wide World Photos An unarmed individual single-handedly challenged a line of tanks at Tiananmen Square.
  15. 15. In both Asch's and Milgram's studies, participants were pressured to choose between following their standards and being responsive to others. In Milgram’s study, participants were torn between hearing the victims pleas and the experimenter’s orders.
  16. 16. A. B. C. D. E. iClicker introduction Chapter 1 discussion (snowball fight) “Critical Analysis” breakdown and discussion Writing a critical analysis Stanley Miligram introduction
  17. 17. A. B. C. D. E. iClicker introduction Chapter 1 discussion (snowball fight) “Critical Analysis” breakdown and discussion Writing a critical analysis Stanley Miligram introduction
  18. 18.      Watch the EP video lesson “Evaluating Reasoning in an Essay or an Article” and take the quiz (due Thursday at 1:40 p.m.) Read “Obscura” (Skinner’s Chapter 2) and come to class prepared to discuss it Participate in the weekly discussion (post due Thursday and replies due Sunday) Complete the assignment to ask for help— you will need to write about the experience on Thursday Study pictures and names for Thursday’s quiz

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