Week 5 Primary Assignment
Learning Objective: Through collaboration, reflective inquiry, analysis, and critique, several American values are analyzed.
Please note: Additional requirements for the Primary Assignment can be found by clicking on the Course Assignment Comments headline (above).
Option 1: Analyze a Topical Story.
We often hear of American values. For this assignment, choose a current news story (last three months), from a media outlet that is more trusted than distrusted (see image), that demonstrates a positive social value. Use the assigned articles to connect the real world to the values explored in the course. Be sure to include a link to the news article in your assignment. Analyze how the value makes a positive contribution to society.
(If you choose Option 1, please see attached document)
Option 2: Two Party Opera.
For this assignment, review the political cartoon series, Two Party Opera by Brian Carroll. Finds a cartoon by Carroll that pertains to one of the specific values explored in this course. Analyze how the cartoon demonstrates the value and whether it presents the value in a positive or negative light. Do you agree with the cartoonists caricature of the value? Why or why not?
Two Party Opera, Brain Carroll – https://www.twopartyopera.com/comic/lock-them-up/
Option 3: The Congressional Medal of Honor.
Examine an incident in which a member of the American armed forces earned the Congressional Medal of Honor; our nations highest award for bravery in battle. Identify the values this person exhibited and explain how their example should inspire us.
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