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I’m trying to learn for my English class and I’m stuck. Can you help?

I just saw i have another discussion.

  • Initial Response Due: Friday by 11:59pm
  • Response to at least TWO Classmates Due: Sunday by 11:59pm

In connection with the readings and videos for this week, we shall be discussing as a group the materials for this week.

As a reminder here is the list of materials, we covered for the week:

  • First Generation (2015, YouTube)
  • Carol S. Dweck | “Brainology” (NAIS)
  • Angela Lee Duckworth | “Grit” (TED)
  • Paulo Freire | Chapter 2 of Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Teach Us All (2017, Netflix)


After you have reviewed your notes/annotations on the videos and readings for this week, respond to the following questions:

  1. How did you feel reading through this week’s articles and watching the videos? Were they easy or hard to read/watch? What did you like/dislike about them? What, if any, connections can you make between the experiences of the authors and speakers and your own experiences? (This answer should cover all sources for the week.)
  2. Share at least three points that stood out to you from the materials this week?
  3. What are at least three quotes from any of the sources that you connected with? Why do you feel it is significant? Why did you choose it?
  4. What was your biggest A-HA moment or takeaway? (This can be from any of the sources or involve all of them.)
  5. This question is optional, and thus you do not have to answer it to receive full points. Do you have any questions for me or your fellow classmates about any of the materials we have covered this week? (If you have questions from your Annotation Worksheets, you can post them here.)


  • Your initial response should be 150-300 words per question.
  • Your response to at least TWO classmates should be 150-200 words long and be more than “I agree” or “I like what you said.” Engage in conversation!