Essay The essay for this lesson is required to be 750-1,000-words and clearly demonstrate your understanding of the prompt. Essays should be 5 or more paragraphs with a clear introduction, thesis statement and conclusion, written in APA format (APAstyle.org). Once completed, submit your work to the Essay Dropbox. You may select from one of the following prompts: Identify a concept or position that you encountered in the lesson materials that either called one of your existing assumptions into question or that solidified it by supplementing it with new evidence or a new frame of reference. Discuss this position in more depth and detail and explain your reasoning for modifying or maintaining your original position. Describe what you found particularly provocative about this concept, and explain how your explorations of it will have an impact on the way you make sense of and engage with your world (i.e., how have your research and reflections on this concept enlivened you, inspired you, or changed the way you interact with others, the way you make sense of things, etc.?). Your response should cite specific examples from one or more of our assigned lesson materials and include quotations from at least two of the lesson resources for support.