Life with the pandemic

Although, it may be too early to tell, we may very well be, with the hopeful news of a vaccine in the very near future, near the end of our period under quarantine. As you have seen, in this course and perhaps others, educators and learning institutions have struggled to do the best they can to provide students with a semblance of the quality education they deserve. There are, frankly, many regrets I have about teaching this course. Because of events beyond my control, I was not able to structure the second half of the course as well as the first. But rather than dwell on what we could not do, this assignment asks you to just share your experiences, maybe even to vent your frustrations, about what your life has been like under quarantine. Answer the following questions as fully as you can to receive full credit. Please upload your essay no later than Dec. 18th. If you would like to me to give you feedback on your response please email them to me with the header: “Feedback for Essay #3.”Here are the questions: 1. What has been the most difficult part of living under quarantine this past few months? Describe a typical day for you under quarantine.2. What are some of the things that have helped you during this time? 3. What do you miss most from your life before quarantine? 4. As soon as the quarantine is over, what is one of the first things you’d like to do that you were unable to do these past few months?5. Project yourself into the future: What would you want future generations to know about liviiqung through a global pandemic?

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