CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jean Piaget, Margaret Mead, Ontogeny

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The basic structure of the seminars revolves around debates. Debates are a good way to critical examine issues related to the course. Debate topics will be posted that correspond to topics covered in lectures as a way of building on lectures. During seminars, students will individually (or sometimes in pairs) debate for or against a given topic. These debates must be based on scientific evidence, some of which will be provided for you, some of which you"ll need to find on your own. These debates will also lead to a paper on the topic you debate that includes responses to questions from the class and arguments from your opponent. I expect to see improvements in the paper vs. the debate. Paper formatting is very important in order for it to be universally fair. Debates will be evaluated by the tas/myself and by your peers. Peer grade will be the class average.

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