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I view learning as an interactive experience. An effective way to engage with the course materials, your peers, and with the instructor is to discuss the main argument being presented in each text chapter or supplemental reading. Each chapter of the text or supplemental reading is presenting a unique argument, it is your job to determine what the argument is and communicate the components of the argument by completing an annotation of each reading. Your discussion of the argument for each text chapter or supplemental reading should include the following headers and information 1) main argument, 2) evidence being presented, 3) conclusion, and 4) new terms or concepts. All parts of your discussion post need to be in your own words rather than using any direct quotes. An example of an annotation for the first reading in Module 2 (Supplemental Reading-“American Public Education an Origin Story”) is provided in the Syllabus (under the description and guidelines of the annotation assignment). After you complete your own post you will need to respond to a classmate’s post about their understanding of the argument being presented in the reading/s. When responding to your classmate’s post engage with the material covered in the post, do not just state you agree or disagree with their post (in fact, avoid using this language in your response) and then continue to summarize what was written by your classmate. Each annotation should be a minimum of 250 words in length and a response to a classmate’s post of a minimum of 150 words in length. You will need to create your own annotation discussion thread post before seeing any of your classmate’s posts. You will not receive credit if you create a thread without an annotation, review classmate’s posts, and then go back and create an annotation, you need to create your annotations independently and before reviewing your classmate’s posts.