Throughout this term students turn in a total of four journal entries. Some goals of journal entries include: to help students to make connections between disparate things, understand the materials that we are covering in class, integrate rhetorical skills into their writing, and make connections between critical and creative thinking and between convergent and divergent thinking. Use your critical and creative thinking skills as you develop each journal entry. The writing style for each journal entry can be informal, but you will need to proofread to make sure you catch grammatical errors, etc., and the writing should be arranged with well-thought-out paragraph structure.
Each journal entry will include the following on the upper left corner of the first page: name, J#, date. Each journal entry will be at least two full pages, typed, 12 point, double spaced, standard one-inch margins.
Directions for J1: Write about your expectations about this class, your instructor, yourself, and your classmates. Also write about expectations that you have of yourself after this class is over, including how you plan on using Philosophy and Ethics later in your college career and in the field you plan on pursuing later in life. Due on 10/7 (11:59 p.m.).
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