This week you chose a Choose one of the following topics to focus on for the remainder of the course:
that you will focus on for the remainder of the course and will be looking at through each of the lenses in this module. Your topic options were special education and learning disabilities, the World Trade Organization, or space exploration. In your initial post, identify which of the topics you chose, discuss why you chose that topic, and share two questions that you developed in your KWL chart for your chosen topic.
In your responses to your peers, locate two peers who chose the same topic you did. Discuss the questions they shared in their initial post. Have the articles that you read in Module Four answered any of their questions? If so, share an example from one of the articles that answers the question they posed. If not, discuss your mutual interest and potential next steps to continue investigating the topic and seeking out answers to their unanswered questions. If you happen to choose a topic that no other classmates have chosen, you may choose to respond to any two peers. Review their chosen topic and the questions they posed, and share what you wonder about with regard to their chosen topic.
Be sure to credit any sources you use to support your answer, including articles posted in the courseComplete the K column in the KWL chart, noting which topic you have chosen and then writing what you already know about that topic in relation to the four lenses. In writing what you know, draw on your own previous and personal experience in relation to that topic.
Once you have completed the K column, start working on the W column, which stands for “What I want to know,” and list questions that you have about your chosen topic. What do you want to know? What do you wonder about in relation to your chosen topic? In thinking about looking at your topic through each lens of liberal arts, what questions come to mind? Think back to the questions professionals in the field asked in the articles you read in earlier modules. This should help you formulate your questions.
After completing the K column, move forward to the L column for your chosen topic using the Opposing Viewpoints database in the Shapiro Library. Summarize in your own words what you learned by reading the article. What did you learn about your topic? Once you write what you learned, be sure to also note the provided APA citation for the article in the chart so you will be able to access it easily when you are creating your presentation for Project 3
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