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ENG 102 All Module Discussions Latest-Trident
ENG 102 Module 1 Discussion Latest-Trident
Week 1 Discussion
Think about your early years of education (elementary through high school) and identify that which
influenced and/or impacted you. Consider your family life, friendships (or lack of), specific classrooms,
teaching styles, teachers, other students, etc. What stuck with you and what have you let go? Do early
experiences “build character” or perhaps linger?
ENG 102 Module 2 Discussion Latest-Trident
Week 2 Discussion
We have all heard about the girl who wants to join the wrestling team and the boy who wants an Easy
Bake Oven. Think about some of your earliest experiences with gender. Consider at school,
extracurricular activities, your parents, your friends, etc. Discuss gender roles, stereotypes, myths, and/or
controls in society that existed then and you see exist today. Do you feel that males or females have
more or less “controls” placed on them by society? Is it fair? Do you believe that boys and girls/men and
women should stick to the qualities, interests, etc., that society deems appropriate for their gender?
ENG 102 Module 3 Discussion Latest-Trident
Of course we can laugh when our parents and grandparents (or even we) reflect on the “good ol’ days”
when life was simple and children played in the yard, made fun out of anything they could find, and spent
minimal time in front of the “boob tube” and even less playing video games. But even if television, the
media, film, computers/internet, and video games aren’t necessarily bad for children and teens, give
some thought to what they are missing out on by spending so much time with these everyday “outlets.”
What might they be doing instead and what might those other activities do for their mental, emotional, and
physical health? Have we lost touch with human interaction/communication on some level? Have we
come so far that it is too late to get some of that back?
ENG 102 Module 4 Discussion Latest-Trident
Week 4 Discussion
How do you feel about “giving back” or “paying it forward?” Despite your own everyday difficulties and
responsibilities, have you ever asked yourself, “How can I help?” Have you any experiences to share?
Consider some of the many ways that one can “pay it forward” and share them here with your fellow
students. Please note that many ways are so simple! Smiles and thumbs up are free!
ENG 102 Module 4 Reflective Discussion Latest-Trident
Week 4 Reflective Discussion
Reflection and Integration
Reflecting on the four modules completed this session, provide suggestions and advice to those taking
this course in subsequent sessions. What would you have done differently a second time around? The
same? If your goal is to provide the necessary tools for success for your fellow student, think of the top
five suggestions and explain each with specific details and examples from the course.