1. Identify a time where you, someone you know, or a group of people have displayed sociocentrism or egocentrism.

1. Identify a time where you, someone you know, or a group of people have displayed sociocentrism or egocentrism.

1. Identify a time where you, someone you know, or a group of people have displayed sociocentrism or egocentrism. Explain what could have been done differently and list some specific ways that these forms of thought can be eliminated from one’s life.
2. Describe your education in terms of an intellectual journey from activated ignorance to activated knowledge. How have you gone from actively using information that is false (though you mistakenly thought it to be true) to using information that true? How did this lead you to more knowledge? Your explanations should have reasons that support them and that make use of the concepts in the textbook.
3.Describe your intellectual journey and the education that you are pursuing. Examine your perspective on education using the elements of thought: What is the purpose of your education? What information do you need to be successful? What questions do you have about your field of study? and so forth.
5.Describe a time in your academic experience where you outperformed your expectations in a class or under-performed in relation to your expectations. What did you do that helped you succeed? Do you find Paul and Elder’s advice in Chapters 8 and 9 helpful for your classes? Your explanations should have reasons that support them and you should make use of the concepts in the textbook.
6.Identify a problem in society, your own life, in the life of someone you know, or in the life of someone you have read about. Analyze aspects of the problem and present a solution to this problem from your own perspective. Use the concepts from the chapters to guide your analysis. You can also talk about irrational problem solving that has already occurred in relation to the problem that you identify. Your explanations should have reasons that support them and make use of the concepts in the textbook.
7.Identify a time when you were influenced by media bias in relation to a world event, or perhaps an event on a more local level. Explain why you think that the news media was biased in this context and whether certain media outlets were overly sensitive to advertisers, government, or powerful interests, or competitors.

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