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!!What Theory did you choose for your upcoming assignment in Communications?

!!Homework

Study for Communication and good luck with your tests this week!
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!!Announcements


*[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/196oofOLOBtypjL_pvc4XRw9GloyFYaTDBSVNSDv7fxs/edit?usp=sharing | Facilitation Sign-Up and Assignment Instructions]]
**Who needs a group???

*'''I LOVED THE WORK YOU DID WITH ''A PLACE AT THE TABLE'' WITH MARKERS, COLLABORATION, AND CREATIVE IMPULSES!!!'''


!!Facilitations and Exam Prep

*Here is the "skinny" on some things that I learned about the test prep from Dr. H.
**Dr. Huerta makes '''his own exam questions.''' This means he does NOT rely on the Mind Tap quiz bank of questions.
**Mind Tap quizzes serve the important function of giving you an incentive to read and engage with the readings so that you can come to Lecture with a basic understanding of the concepts and facts. (Oh yeah, there is that other important function --- that the Mind Tap quizzes helps you to amass points so that you get the best grade possible in POLS!)
**Make certain you take good notes about the examples Dr. Huerta provides in Lecture!
**Questions from the documentaries will focus on '''big picture ideas.'''
***Did "A Place at the Table" present the argument that food insecurity in America was primarily localized in remote, rural areas in America?
***What were some issues that were linked with food insecurity in "A Place at the Table"?
****A. public health, education, and funding for social programs like food stamps
****B. global warming, gun violence, and gentrification
****C. federalism, socialism, and communism

*%green%'''Dr. Huerta allows you to create one 8 1/2 x 11 page of HANDWRITTEN NOTES for the exam. You can color-code it and write on the front and back! No typing or photocopied work is allowed!'''

!!Feedback on the First Round of Facilitation

*Both sections did a nice job of creating an activity that was fun and encouraged group interaction and learning.
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