6. Engage with Literature Independently and Socially

To engage with literature independently and socially as a source of practical wisdom, spiritual insight, and aesthetic pleasure, and to make the study of literature part of lifelong learning and service. This includes self-directed learning.
  • What activities demonstrate one is “engaging with literature independently”?
  • What activities demonstrate one is “engaging with literature socially”?
  • How does one demonstrate literature has been “a source of practical wisdom”?
  • How does one demonstrate literature has been “a source of spiritual insight”?
  • How does one demonstrate literature has been “a source of aesthetic pleasure”?
  • How does one connect writing about literature with the goal of lifelong learning or service?
  • What is self-directed learning, especially as related to writing or literature?
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