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Graded Discussion: DeMorgan's Laws
Requirements:

A minimum of two posts is required. 
You must give a detailed solution for each part in your first post to get full credit.   It is not enough to just give the final answer.  You must show steps or explain your reasoning.  If it is easier, you can write your solution out on paper, take a picture, and upload it to the discussion as a pdf file.  The pdf file type is the only file type that will be accepted.  
You will be able to see other students' posts once you post your own solution.  Review their responses to determine if they agree with your own. 
For your second post, reply to your own post.  Don't worry!  You will not lose points for an incorrect answer in your first post as long as you post a reply with the correct answer in your second post.  
Complete required posts by the posted deadline.

Part 1: Prepare

In both the Set Theory Module (A.3-7 DeMorgan's Laws for Sets) and the Logic Module (B.2-6 DeMorgan's Laws for Logic), DeMorgan's Laws are discussed. Reread each lesson.
Part 2: First Post
Title your post: Student's DeMorgan's Laws Post

Answer each question:
deMorgan's law for logic and sets.JPG

  1. [2 pts] State both of DeMorgan's Laws for Sets. Are the results of item 1 consistent with DeMorgan's Laws for Sets? Explain.
  2. [2 pts] State both of DeMorgan's Laws for Logic. Explain, in your own words, how these laws correspond to DeMorgan's Laws for Sets.
    Part 3: Second Post

After you have posted, you will be able to see other student's posts. You may respond to your classmates and/or ask them questions (optional). Review the posts of your classmates, then post a reply to your own post stating whether or not you would like to add, change, or clarify anything in your original post. [2 pts]

Overview

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The purpose of this discussion is to reflect on and share the things you have learned in this class.
Instructions

Think about your learning experiences over the entire class. Identify something that made you go "wow" in this class- what surprised or impressed or shocked you? Try not to repeat a "wow" you wrote about earlier.
Describe why this thing stood out to you.  Use quotes from your readings and research to support your observations. Make sure to use your primary sources!
Include an illustration from the period and make sure you caption the illustration.
Share two or three new words you've learned from this module 5, and the definitions.
Your Wow statement should be at least 100-150 words, not including the citations.
By Sunday, respond to the Wows of at least two other students with at least a couple of sentences.

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M5 Discussion 13: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X

History Discussion Writing Assignments

The purpose of this scenario discussion is to introduce students to some of the ideas and motivations of both Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Shabazz, and how their ideas were similar and how they may have differed.
Instructions:
For this discussion, review your readings and sources for unit 13 and read the following scenario.
Scenario: Sam, Pam, and Amy are students in Professor Green's American history course discussing the modern civil rights movement. Professor Green asks the students what they know about the ideas and motivations of Malcolm X Shabazz and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Learn more about the scenario.

Participating in the course discussions is an important part of your final grade. In your discussions, you cannot simply reply to someone's posting with "ditto" or "I agree with you". You must answer the question(s) asked in a minimum of two paragraphs and a maximum of three paragraphs. Your responses should also quote and cite the material you have read in the class so far; you may also do outside research. Use the Purdue OWL Chicago Style guide for help with the correct citation style for your quotes.
Then, respond to at least TWO classmates' postings referring to at least one element of critical thinking. Your response to your classmates should be a minimum of two sentences, and a maximum of four sentences (refer to your Introduction to Critical Thinking and to the How to Read History Sourcesmodules for a review of how to read primary sources)
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Martin Luther King and Malcom X discussion.docx