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Directions
Read these directions and the rubric criteria. Check to make sure
that you understand each requirement, and reach out to your instructor
if you have any questions before you begin.
Note: Your grade will be based more on the quality of your responses than on the number of examples you provide.
Introduction: The Four Lenses
Using the resources from this course, identify the characteristics
of each of the four liberal arts lenses, the types of evidence they use,
and the similarities and differences among them.
Identify the key characteristics of each of the four lenses: social science, natural science, history, and the humanities.
Be sure to include relevant points that help explain the characteristics.
Identify the types of evidence used when looking through each lens.
Determine similarities and differences among the lenses, based on the characteristics you have identified.
Researching Your Topic
For the topic you selected from the list above, determine what you
know, what you want to know, and what you have learned about the topic
from the provided resources in the library guide. You will need to use
each of the four lenses in your responses.
Know (K): Draw on previous and personal experiences to provide information about what you already know about your topic in relation to each lens.
Want to know (W): Determine what you want to know about your topic in relation to the lenses.
Be sure to phrase this information in the form of questions.
What keywords would be helpful in exploring your topic?
Learned (L): Answer the questions you posed about
your topic using the provided resources in the library guide. If they
are not answered by the resources, explain what steps you will take to
answer them.
Applying the Lenses to Your Topic
Choose two of the four lenses you applied when researching your topic, and examine the topic in greater detail.
Topic and first lens: Examine your topic through your first lens.
Be sure to identify the lens you selected.
Write about what you learned in your examination. Use details and
examples relevant to that lens from the resources in the library guide
and the course.
Topic and second lens: Examine your topic through your second lens.
Be sure to identify the lens you selected.
Write about what you learned in your examination. Use details and
examples relevant to that lens from the resources in the library guide
and the course.
Similarities and differences: Explain the similarities and differences in how the lenses relate to your topic.
Focus on the view you get when looking at your topic through both lenses.
Further exploration: Determine the next steps for further exploration of the topic you have chosen.
Determine questions to ask for further exploration of this topic.
Would you continue to explore through the lenses you’ve chosen, or take
another approach?

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