PHI 105 Grand Canyon Week 5 Complete Work
PHI 105 Grand Canyon Week 5 Discussion 1
What is the relationship between thinking and language?
PHI 105 Grand Canyon Week 5 Discussion 2
What are some words that have had a traditional meaning but have been redefined by more recent culture? Think in terms of your parents’ language and how it changed to your generation, computer language’s impact on society or maybe how your kids talk compared to your use of language.
PHI 105 Grand Canyon Week 5 Assignment 1
Thinking and Language Reflection
Reflect on your understanding of the relationship between thinking and language. Answer the following questions in 3-5 sentences each:
1- How do individuals acquire and develop language? How do you personally communicate your thoughts and how did you learn to do that?
2- Based on your own experiences, what are some symbols (e.g., letters of the alphabet) people use to communicate?
3- Explain how you think these symbols are related to critical thinking?
Review the “Thinking and Language Reflection Grading Criteria” to ensure successful completion.
Thinking and Language Reflection Grading Criteria
The assignment will be graded according to the following criteria:
1) Clarity: The intent of the writer is clear.
2) Logic: The answer makes sense.
3) Answers question: The questions are addressed fully.
4) Mechanics: Answers contain proper punctuation and grammar.
PHI 105 Grand Canyon Week 5 Assignment 2
Persuasive Essay: First Draft
1- Use your outline to write the first draft of your essay.
2- Review the Persuasive Essay Guidelines.
3- Review the Persuasive Essay Final Draft Rubric to ensure successful completion.
4- Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
5- After submitting the First Draft of your essay, also post it to the Peer Review forum in Module 6. You should label your paper with your first name and last name (e.g., Karen Palmer’s Paper).
Turnitin Note: The quoted material and/or paraphrased material may only make up to 20% of your entire paper. Be sure to cite both quoted and paraphrased material. The remaining 80% of the paper must be your own creative work.