here are 18 statements, mark true or false on each statement.
select 3 of the 18 statements provided in the activity and share your responses to Steps A-B of the exercise. Make sure you include your ideologies explaining why you responded the way that you did.
A-Looking at the ones you marked â€œTrueâ€, write down what evidence or arguments you would accept as proof that each statement is false. If no possible evidence or argument could persuade you that the statement is false, is there any experience you could imagine that would lead you to abandon your commitment to the truth of that statement?
B– Looking at those you marked â€œFalseâ€, write down what evidence or arguments you would accept as proof that each statement is true. If no possible evidence or argument could persuade you that the statement is true, is there any experience you could imagine that would lead you to abandon your commitment to the falsehood of that statement.
here are the statements.
- Same-sex parents make excellent parents.
- America is the greatest nation in the world.
- Freedom is a fundamental right.
- Every human being has a soul.
- Every child deserves a high-quality free education.
- The good of the many is more important that the good of the one.
- Cheating on an exam is unethical.
- Pets are people, too.
- Children should honor and respect their parents.
- You should never wear a polka dot tie with a Hawaiian shirt.
- Lazy people deserves handouts.
- Promises are meant to be kept.
- Socialism is bad.
- Ronald Reagan was one of the best presidents in US history.
- Democracy is the best form of government.
- God is love.
- The mainstream media are politically biased.
- Generosity of spirit engenders generosity in return.
- Your work will be assessed by the following criteria:
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Content: In shaping his/her response, the
student applies vocabulary from the lesson correctly and responds to
three statements provided in the text. Response answers steps 3-5 of the
exercise. The student discusses his/her own ideologies while responding
to the statements.
Grammar/Mechanics: The assignment has been proofread and spellchecked prior to submission. There are no errors that impede comprehension.
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