You have to have the book Think: Social Problems by John D. Carl and read chapter 15, 16,18 because teacher required at least 3 quotations in MLA format in essay from the reading!
These assignments are meant to engage our course material for a selected week. Flex Your Head Assignments are college-level essays and should have a solid introduction, critically analytical body, and a strong conclusion. The key to these assignments is engaging a critical perspective about a topic tying in your own analysis (not your opinion, mind you) about that topic.
Flex Your Head papers should be 2.5 – 3 pages long, double-spaced. Make sure you follow the required writing guidelines in the syllabus. If you are given prompts for a particular paper, they are not to be answered one-by-one, but meant to be woven into a solid, thoughtful, college-level essay.
Make sure you use at least three quotes from the readings as you write your reflection. I should see a critical engagement here.
Always follow the writing guidelines, to the letter. Be sure to cite within the body of your assignment, but also in a works cited area at the end.
As always, if you have questions, post to our forum.
How does Chapter 15 relate to 16 & 18? Use examples from all three chapters to broadly discuss the connections. Also make very clear use of Consuelo Crow’s blog throughout your paper this week.