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Prior to completing this quiz, make sure you have read for at least 2 hours during this learning week. Remember, you may read a longer selection, such as a novel, spread over several weeks, or you may read a combination of items (such as articles, essays, shorter works of fiction, etc.), as long as your reading adds up to 2 hours. Ultimately, you should select something you are interested in reading. As a reminder, social media and materials assigned in the course are not permitted for this task. This is an opportunity to read something you may have put off due to other events in your life.
Complete your outside reading and this quiz by Day 7. You will provide the title and a short description of what you are reading, but keep in mind that this is not a book report. The purpose of this quiz is to reflect on your experience as you read. The quiz contains three short-answer questions and is worth 2% of your course grade. You will have 30 minutes to complete the quiz.
It is recommended you draft your answers in a Word document prior to starting the quiz to ensure you have enough time to thoroughly reflect and respond within the quiz time limit.
Click on the Take the Quiz button when you are ready to start this exam. When finished, click on Submit Quiz.
Note: this is a timed quiz. You may check the remaining time you have at any point while taking the quiz by pressing the keyboard combination SHIFT, ALT, and T… Again: SHIFT, ALT, and T… Flag this QuestionQuestion 11 ptsList the title or titles of what you chose to read this weekHTML EditorKeyboard Shortcuts 12ptParagraph 0 words Flag this QuestionQuestion 21 ptsProvide a 1-3 sentence summary for each item you readHTML EditorKeyboard Shortcuts 12ptParagraph 0 words Flag this QuestionQuestion 31 pts
In 1-2 paragraphs, reflect your thoughts and feelings as you read. Explain:
- Why you chose this or these items to read
- Whether you are happy with that choice and why or why not
- Your thoughts and feeling as you read, both about the text you are reading as well as your reading process