CHOOSE ONE READING
Student Faces Town’s Wrath by Goodnough
American Hijab by Gomaa
The Arab Woman & I by Fayad
Oral History of Adam Fattah & Hagar Omran
Modesto Area Atheists Speak Up by Nowicki
How does this reading connect to the topic being discussed in class? Consider what you think the author’s main purpose is.
Journal #1 Tip: What role did religion play in the author’s life?
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Was this reading a mirror or window for you (see below for meanings)? In other words, how did this reading compare to your experiences growing up? Were there similarities or differences you noticed? Did you learn a new perspective? What was it?
Mirror = similar (you see yourself in the piece)
Window = a glimpse into someone else’s reality that is different than your own
Tip: Connect your experiences to the author’s, make it clear not implied. i.e.: Similar to the author, unlike the author, When I read [describe part] it made me think of [personal experience]
Overall, what does this reading make you think or feel? Did something feel really right, really wrong, make you angry, sad, recognized, or something else? Why?
Tip: Provide details, even if you think it’s repetitive to keep thoughts & connections clear. i.e.: In the reading when [xyz] happened, it made me feel [abc] because [lmnop]
THEN ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS THIS IS BASED ON THE BOOK CALLED
CRIMINOLOGY THE CORE 7TH EDITION
1. Read Article 3 Section 3 (which defines treason) on page 375 in their textbook. Discuss whether Edward Snowden has committed treason and whether the death penalty would be an appropriate punishment.
2.Explain the various forms of terrorism (to answer this question, you must list and fully describe all the forms of terrorism)
3,Based on the reading from this week, what motivates the terrorist?
CHOOSE ONE READING