Commit 9c79b399 authored by Ellie's avatar Ellie

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1. _**Summary**_ (100-300 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer and the main pieces of evidence they use to back up their argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually _did the reading_.
2. _**Ethical Reflection**_ (200-400 words): Identify _one_ ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.
3. _**Questions**_: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.
3. _**Questions**_: List 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.
Each class period (except presentation days) will begin with a 15 minute period of reflective writing. During this time, you will exchange reading reflections with someone else and write a brief response either to their ethical reflection or to one of their questions. This brief period of reflective writing is designed to help you settle in, focus, and prepare for discussion. You may refer to the assigned reading and/or any notes you have while writing; it is not a quiz. _If you are late to class, you will miss the opportunity to complete this exercise._
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<ol>
<li><em><strong>Summary</strong></em> (100-300 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer and the main pieces of evidence they use to back up their argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually <em>did the reading</em>.</li>
<li><em><strong>Ethical Reflection</strong></em> (200-400 words): Identify <em>one</em> ethical dilemma relevant to the reading and take a stand on what you think should be done in response to this dilemma. Refer to course materials, your own experiences and prior knowledge, and/or the ACM code to justify your proposed action.</li>
<li><em><strong>Questions</strong></em>: Pose 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.</li>
<li><em><strong>Questions</strong></em>: List 2-3 questions that you would like to discuss in class.</li>
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<p>Each class period (except presentation days) will begin with a 15 minute period of reflective writing. During this time, you will exchange reading reflections with someone else and write a brief response either to their ethical reflection or to one of their questions. This brief period of reflective writing is designed to help you settle in, focus, and prepare for discussion. You may refer to the assigned reading and/or any notes you have while writing; it is not a quiz. <em>If you are late to class, you will miss the opportunity to complete this exercise.</em></p>
<p>The combined prepared reading reflection + in-class writing response will be graded together on a simple ✔+ / ✔ / ✔- scale:</p>
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