Describe a situation where at least two significantly different perceptions might be held. (need an example) Create a perception checking statement directed towards one of the other parties in the situation.
a. Describe what was observed using the senses (hearing, smelling, touching, etc) Make sure the description involves what can be observed. Interpretations and evaluations should not be put into the description.
b. Share at least two perceptions.
The question is asking you to create two points of view, not in the argument sense, but in the perception sense.
This is a variation on an assignment I use in my creative writing class. It goes like this:
There is a woman standing on a dock by the lake. She has just learned that her husband has been murdered.
Now write 250 words that describe her surroundings--use your senses. What does the water look ...
This solution carefully creates a perception checking statement directed towards one of the other parties in the situation.