Digital Book. Finally, in place of quizzes or tests, you will be asked to write
Digital Book. Finally, in place of quizzes or tests, you will be asked to write what I call a Digital Book for this class. You will submit your final file version of a 25-page book about our class themes; 6,250 words is the target length. One way you can arrange your book is to pick one of the starred (*) questions from each day’s set of homework questions or lecture questions and write your response to it. You can pick multiple questions and give short answers to them, or just focus on one; or you can create your own questions. It is up to you how much space you devote to each question. You can also change their order around. In order to receive a grade of A, your writing should be both clear and interesting, where ‘clear’ means ‘written in easy to understand English’, while ‘interesting’ means, basically, your own reflections, with no plot summary. You will receive feedback indicating whether you are meeting these two criteria and formatting your book correctly. Your book should also contain a 2-3 page index of terms and concepts and persons from the class. In some cases you will be able to reuse your participations as part of your Digital Book. (My answer has been sent to you, you only need to expand and lengthen my answer. Or you can modify it. You can also choose a few that you know in detail, and lengthen this answer. The example has two essays, and all the questions and texts, I sent you already.)

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