Friday, May 9, 2014

The Road Not Taken

Read the following poem and answer the questions:

The Road Not Taken

1. What imagery do you see in this poem.  Give examples.

2. What sound devices do you find in this poem. Give examples

3. What is the mood of this poem? Explain your answer.

4. Explain the significance of the poem's title.

5. What do you think the meaning and purpose of this poem are? Explain.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

What gives art value?

Answer the following questions:

1. According to the article, what makes something have artistic value?

2. How does this research change the way you view art and popularity?

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Logical Fallacies

Here is your two part assignment:

1. In your own words, define "logical fallacy."

2. Pick an example of a logical fallacy, (there are A LOT of options) and write a one paragraph description/explanation in your own words, and illustrate it in picture form.

The websites bellow should be very helpful.  Come prepared to present on Friday.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Modesty: what is it, and why should I care?

This video talks about the issue of Christian Modesty.  The speaker's short talk is an excellent of persuasion.  Please watch the video and respond to the following questions.

1. What is modesty, and how do we identify it?

2. What can the history of the bikini teach us about how standards change over time? On what do people base their standards of modesty?

3. Who is responsible for keeping modesty: men or women?

4. What principles can we as post-modern Christians develop socially appropriate definitions of modesty?

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Academy Chaplain Dismissed Over Same Sex Wedding

Please read the following post from Spectrum Magazine -- a liberal and independent Adventist publication not directly affiliated with the Adventist Church.  After reading, share your thoughts on the blog, and come prepared to discuss this issue in class.  Remember, we want to create a SAFE environment for these types of discussions.  Please be kind and respectful, but don't be afraid to voice your opinion, no matter how strongly you feel others may disagree.  Again, remember to be kind.