From the attached SG, you will choose 4 questions total (but only one per topic/week. For example, If I choose a Kant question, then I cannot choose another Kant or Utilitarianism question).
General Advice: Write like you are speaking to another student who is not enrolled in our class. They have interest but do not have the context or the background necessary to understand your answer. So, you should ELABORATE, GIVE EXAMPLES, PUT THINGS IN CONTEXT, and/or everything else that may help you explain your answer to your buddy.
Remember to ask yourself all the important checklist type questions:
Did I answer every part of the question?
Did I fully explain any concepts, ideas, thought experiments, arguments, etc… necessary for a layperson to understand your answer to the question?
Did I base my answers on what I learned from class (the lectures, the textbook, our discussions, related coursework, etc…)?
Did I provide reasons for my own claims (backed up my claims with evidence, logic, or sensible assumptions (depends on the context*)?
As a shorthand (rough guide), did I write 2 paragraphs (5 to 7 sentences each) or more?
Did I use examples to illustrate points or concepts?
For awesome answers: Did I cite the textbook or primary readings? Did I draw connections between course subject matter and my life/literature/culture/society/etc…? Did I write minimum 2-3 long/detailed paragraphs or more?