Description

Discussion forums have been set on the Course page where students can discuss the weekly readings and corresponding content learned within each unit. Students are expected to engage in these discussions on a weekly basis. Discussions will focus on the readings’ merits and pitfalls, major arguments, contributions to the field of study, and how they connect to the information and activities discussed in the corresponding unit. Along with posting your own thoughts on the readings, each week you are expected to engage with a post from one of your classmates.

Compose a post and within that post, for each of the assigned articles you read this week, discuss the following:

The article’s main argument and purpose

The article’s main points of discussion

  • How the article complements the content of the unit it was assigned with
  • The most important thing you learned from the article about the First World War
  • A question that comes to mind after reading the articleOverview
    An important aspect of the learning experience in this course is the online discussions which require you to respond to different topic questions. This experience provides you with the opportunity to share the knowledge you gained in the course and to engage in a dialogue with your classmates.In this assignment, students discuss the weekly readings and corresponding content learned within each unit. Students are expected to engage in these discussions on a weekly basis. Discussions will focus on the readings’ merits and pitfalls, major arguments, contributions to the field of study, and how they connect to the information and activities discussed in the corresponding unit. Along with posting your own thoughts on the readings, each week you are expected to engage with a post from one of your classmates.You will participate in these discussions in groups. To find out which group you have been assigned to, select Groups from the Tools dropdown menu on the navbar.Instructions
    There are specific discussion questions posted in each unit of the course. Each week you are required to make at least two contributions to the discussions, including one original post and at least one response to another student’s post in your group. Your original post should be thoughtful, and should directly relate to the questions posted, include your own thoughts on the topic(s) being discussed, and use the course readings and content to support these thoughts. Your response posts to your classmates should include more than “I agree” or “Well said,” and should provide opportunities for further engagement in the course content.It is crucial that you post your original comment as early as possible in the discussion week to help get the dialogue going and keep the conversation flowing. Posting retrospectively (i.e., for previous weeks) will not count towards your overall discussion mark.
  • 300 words for the initial post, 300 words for two peer posts replies(150 words for each)
  • reading:

video Francis Pegahmagabow: Canadian War Hero

https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/francis-pegahma…4 attachments

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