1. Why do you think they're talking about this person/issue?
2. Describe, in detail, what you learned about the topic/issue.
3. What is your opinion of this topic/issue?
This might require you to actually take notes while watching, if you have thoughts, so that you don't forget anything (I know, crazy concept). If you have questions, feel free to ask those as well, of course. Asking questions is a big part of this class. However, if it's something that you can look up on google, please do that first, and if you learn something interesting while doing this research, please share with the group! This class is also about your independence and about you learning to look for answers yourselves (as opposed to asking adults/teachers). Teachers and adults don't know everything (but please don't tell the rest of my students)... If, for some reason, I don't get the post up on the blog until Monday morning, please don't revolt against me. Occasionally, just occasionally, I get to have a life and do something other than blog on Sunday nights. I know, I know, I just told you that I don't know everything and that I have a life outside of school, both major shockers. Sorry about springing those two facts on you so quickly.