Students conduct research and write a paper describing aspects of a common disorder of the skeletal system.
Students compare lyrics and poetry and make a case for the worthiness of lyrics being taught in literature.
Students read Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and explore issues of racism in book and the value of teaching it.
Students study British poems about the impact of World War I and compare to modern day effects of war.
Students write an argumentative essay about the value of taking writing courses in postsecondary education.
Students analyze a learning experience from their life and write a paper to address the question: How do we best learn?
Students practice rhetorical reading and writing by conducting research on a political, social, or economic issue.
Students write about the constitutional issues that divided Jefferson, Hamilton, and their followers.
Students analyze the changes brought about by the Civil War that affect division between state and national governments.
Students explore the balance of power between the federal and state governments using the issue of medical marijuana.