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CWI: CBA Objective: you are successful if you locate and annotate at least four more sources Agenda: 1.Expectations 2.Success Criteria 3.Example 4.Research Time Date: 05/24/14 HW: We need at least eight sources annotated Entry Task: You need your laptop out and ready to go.
Goal Goal: to critically analyze source information Success Criteria: You are successful if you find and locate at least more sources and OPVL them Previous Learning: Find, locate and annotate at least four other sources Transfer: Critical Analysis
Gore, A. (2007). The Assault on Reason. pp. 117-119. New York: The Penguin Press.
Sourcing Albert Arnold “Al” Gore Jr. An American politician, advocate and philanthropist Served as 45 th Vice President of the United States Lost the 2000 U.S. presidential election despite winning the popular vote Environmental activist Nobel Peace Prize in climate change activism
Sourcing The Assault on Reason is a 2007 book written by Al Gore. In the book, Gore argues that there is a trend in U.S. politics toward ignoring facts and analysis when making policy decisions. He accuses the President of “An Assault on Reason”
Corroboration May 21, 2006 review in Publishers Weekly states: Drawing from diverse disciplines, including history, neuroscience, and immune system research, and philosophers ranging from Aristotle, Adam Smith, Thomas Paine, Frederick Douglass and Hannah Arendt, Gore argues that the decentralized, text-oriented internet, which empowers individuals to form communities and publish their own video clips, is ‘perhaps the greatest source of hope for reestablishing an open communications environment in which the conversation of democracy can flourish.
Awards 2007 Quill Award The Quill Award was an American literary award that ran for three years in 2005-2007. It was a “consumer-driven award created to inspire reading while promoting literacy.”
Other Reviews May 22, 2007 review for the New York Times May 22, 2007 review for the Los Angeles Times May 27, 2007 review for the Washington Post May 29, 2007 review for the New York Times June 12, 2007 review for Reason Magazine June 2008 piece for the Monthly
Data-Set Further, there is now far more evidence than was available at the time of the invasion to suggest that Iraqi oil supplies may have played a much bigger role in the administration’s overall decision than anyone realized. We now know, for example, from a document dated just two weeks to the day after Bush’s inauguration, that his National Security Council was ordered to meld its review of operational policies toward “rogue states” (including Iraq) with the secretive Cheney Energy Task Force’s “actions regarding the capture of new and existing oil and gas fields.”