Mar 04

THRIVE: Studying What You Read

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1. As you read for class, think about what has been left out of the reading.

2. Write down what this reading reminds you of (things you’ve watched/read online, something you saw on TV, something you experienced).

3. Once you finish, find an outside resource (like an article, blog post, or video) to share during the next class discussion, particularly as the class discusses the reading.

4. Link to or upload this outside source for this activity. In the reply area, discuss how and why it is relevant and what you learned from it.

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