Please compose a 2-3 page paper in which you respond to one of the assigned RIP chapter.
In your paper, be sure to do the following:
briefly what you take to be the main points of the reading
what strikes or interests you in the reading and how you react to it
what, if anything, the reading teaches you about the tradition that you didn’t
I will evaluate the papers according to whether they reflect (a) an accurate reading and (b) some serious reflection about the reading. Because there are so many papers coming in throughout the class, they are meant to give you a venue to learn via thinking and writing, not to be a context for extensive critical feedback from me. This comes with exams. I am, however, always happy to meet with you to discuss the papers. I hope that your preparation of the papers will enhance the classroom experience by giving you an on-the-ground sense of the living traditions.
Papers will receive either a 0 (no points), √ (14 points) or √+ (20 points).
The paper should be 2-3 pages long (typed and stapled), double-spaced with 12 point font and 1” margins.
At the top of your response paper, on the same line, put “RIP Chapter _#__. [your name]. Then begin the paper one double space below this line.
It should be well written and carefully
checked for spelling and grammatical errors.
Papers less than two full pages will receive no points. Late response
papers will not be accepted.
Please check the syllabus for the policy on lateness due to computer failure.