Everyone who participates with something similar to your real name gets 5 points. No prizes will be won for distracting or unclear nicknames (I have to know who you are onscreen).
1st place: 4 zeros removed from grades.
2nd place: 3 zeros removed from grades.
3rd place: 2 zeros removed from grades.
4th place: 1 zero removed from grades.
5th place: Double Do-Now credit.
(Zeros from lowest point-value assignments will be removed first.)
Classwork: Honors Grammar Practice
Make sure you have completed this week's Writing Wednesday:
For this week's Writing Wednesday, complete one paragraph (5-7 complete sentences) based on the following slideshows and prompts (on loose leaf or by email):
Option 1: Show your understanding of the vocabulary terms. What is a hierarchy? What is dominance? Describe two "dominance hierarchies" from the animal world. Describe two "dominance hierarchies" that exists in the human world. How do people use dominance to stay at the top of this particular hierarchy? If you have a job, use it as an example, and describe all of the levels of the hierarchy at work.
Option 2: What is competence? Describe one "competence hierarchy" that exists in the human world. How do people use competence to climb up or stay at the top of this hierarchy? Which one of the two types of hierarchies is more fair, competence hierarchies or dominance hierarchies? Explain why your choice is more fair. Which type of hierarchy would you most like to be at the top of? Why?
Option 3: Why does this pyramidal or triangular structure appear all over the earth, in numerous cultural patterns, and even in the physical architecture of different ancient peoples located on opposite ends of the earth (Mayan, Egyptian)? What is it about the structure of a hierarchy that makes it ubiquitous within the human and animal world? (Ubiquitous means appearing in many places, almost everywhere.)
Turn in your Writing Wednesday on loose leaf or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org