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1- Reading Reflection Directions:

For each reading, will reflect on a concept or

The idea that struck you or meant something for you. There may be a concept that you have never

heard of before, or it gave you insight into something you already know.

Answer each of these questions for all the chapters you read this week.

  1. What the concept or idea is from the reading. (2 points)
  2. Put the concept or idea in your own words. (2 points)
  3. Why did it stand out for you? (2 points)
  4. How could you apply it in your own life? (2 points)
  5. Also, make sure to proofread, double-space 12-point font (2 points)

10 points total

The link to the chapter is below :

Chapter 3

Example R. R. (Note this is just an example of how ALL the reading reflections are to be formatted)

Chapter 1:

A concept that stuck out to me was that of “Freedom of Expression,” which is

defined in our book as “the right to share one’s ideas and opinions free from government

censorship.” This concept means that as an individual, I have the right to share my opinions, and the

government cannot tell me that it is illegal to speak that opinion. This concept stood out to me because I

am sometimes afraid to speak my mind. I think that I can apply it in my own life by speaking up

freely when I see an injustice, of course, this also ties into

what I say is ethical, which is a concept that links to freedom of expression in our text.

2-Reading Reflection Directions:

For each reading, will reflect on a concept or

The idea that struck you or meant something for you. There may be a concept that you have never

heard of before, or it gave you insight into something you already know.

Answer each of these questions for all the chapters you read this week.

  1. What the concept or idea is from the reading. (2 points)
  2. Put the concept or idea in your own words. (2 points)
  3. Why did it stand out for you? (2 points)
  4. How could you apply it in your own life? (2 points)
  5. Also, make sure to proofread, double-space 12-point font (2 points)

10 points total

The link to the chapter is below :

Chapter 17

Example R. R. (Note this is just an example of how ALL the reading reflections are to be formatted)

Chapter 1:

A concept that stuck out to me was that of “Freedom of Expression,” which is

defined in our book as “the right to share one’s ideas and opinions free from government

censorship.” This concept means that as an individual, I have the right to share my opinions, and the

government cannot tell me that it is illegal to speak that opinion. This concept stood out to me because I

am sometimes afraid to speak my mind. I think that I can apply it in my own life by speaking up

freely when I see an injustice, of course, this also ties into

what I say is ethical, which is a concept that links to freedom of expression in our text.

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