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READ 176 (Frees/Woodman)   Tags: weird things  

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Opposing Viewpoints Database

Opposing Viewpoints delivers full-text viewpoints, articles, statistics and more on both sides of many controversial issues.  Click here to reach it.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context


Current Beliefs - Pew Research Religion and Public Life Project

Try this reliable, authoritative link to the the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life for current statistics about beliefs in weird things:

Beliefs and Practices


READ 176 FLITE Assignment

READ 176 PILOT and Pre-Class Assignment. 

STEP 1.  Take PILOT pre-test in class.  You will need to create a login.  Email results to your instructor.  (Contact Kristy Motz if you have a problem.)

STEP 2.  Take PILOT Units 1-5.  Email each quiz to your instructor.

STEP 3.  Take PILOT post-test.  Email results to your instructor.

STEP 4.  Using what you have learned, find a good article to bring to class on Friday, September 19 (Frees) or Thursday, September 25 (Woodman).

STEP 5.  Celebrate



    Where to start

    FLITE has a number of choices for those times when Wikipedia just won't cut it as you learn more about your topic.

    image of a compass

    Calsidyrose. (2010). Compass Study [photo]. CC. Retrieved from

    You can look in CREDO Reference, which covers topics just like Wikipedia and then move on to databases.


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