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WORLD RELIGIONS : DISCUSSION BOARD CRITIQUE - MODULE TWO
1. Read Chapter Two "The Nature of the Sacred"in The Sacred Quest: An Invitation to the Study of Religion, Lawrence Cunningham and John Kelsay, 6th Edition, Pearson Publications, 2012.
2. Prepare your Discussion Board Critique (DBC) response is an extensive document with a minimum of 300-400 words. The purpose of your DBC response is:
- To bring out the insights in what your fellow students are saying - by adding to their contributions, entering into dialogue with them, and expanding on their points. To provide the foundation for learning from each other.
. To engage with your fellow classmates. A great classroom discussion is the responsibility of everyone in the lecture. This means asking questions and requesting points of clarification from your fellow students, or adding new insights to what they have to say. But be careful not to be critical, demeaning, or to enter into a two-way debate with the other student that shuts out contributions from the rest of the class.
5. Remember to proof your work. Your submitted document should be mechanically and grammatically correct and citations have been appropriately formatted.
REMEMBER TO CITE ALL RESOURCES AND REFERENCES USED TO DEVELOP YOUR CRITIQUE, INCLUDING THE TEXTBOOK. THIS IS NOT MERELY AN OPINION PAPER OR RESPONSE, BUT ONE WHICH REQUIRES THAT YOU USE REFERENCES TO SUPPORT YOUR CLAIMS.