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Reading with a Skeptical Eye
Reading with a skeptical eye is a good quality. A skeptical eye is where you question about what you are reading. Albert Einstein was a great example of using a skeptical eye. Using the skeptical eye can be helpful to understand the story, book, or whatever you’re reading better. By using the skeptical eye, you may find you may find a new interest in a subject.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/use-skeptical-eye-tracey-smithBy: Varoon, Rohan, Maya, Natalie
Authorship Perspective on A Single Event
Question: Why do you think a single event gets publicized differently based on perspective?
Answer: A single event gets publicized differently based on perspective because every person who views the event thinks differently, so everyone will have a different perspective about the event.
By: Shivam, Sree, Aaron, Michaela
The people in this picture all have different faces, so that means they have a different perspective of what the person is saying.
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