My ethics class was structured differently than any other class I have taken. The course lectures were driven based on our questions from the readings and tests were guided based on questions we developed for homework. Philosophical theories and ideas have always been a struggle point for me in school, however due to the structure of the course I was able to ask questions about topics that were unclear during the reading. The professor would then tailor his lecture to the questions I asked in addition to the questions others asked. In the beginning of the course, I was apprehensive that nobody would ask questions but it ended up being the perfect structure for a course so heavily based on ideologies.
Below are questions I developed for an in-class review session.