You may want to prepare your answers in a computer word processing document, or a reading journal or notebook, as you read so that you aren’t faced with going back to re-create your answers at the end.
Answers must be entered into a web form for you to get credit. This year I’m using a GoogleForm for this. The link to the form is on “your” web page (http://mdgottfried.net/apagenda/apagenda2017-2018.html) If you have any questions don’t hesitate to email me (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org). Web form boxes for your answers (in print noted by a “-“ in the box), expand to fit virtually any size answer. (If you cannot use the web form, contact me for alternatives.)
As you read the book make a list of those words whose meanings were not initially clear to you and you had to either figure it out from context or look up their meanings (you don’t need to enter definitions on the form).
For each chapter you will have to respond to the graphic, consider the “disputable statement” for that chapter and dispute it using the text and any other source material you can find/remember, and for some chapters answer one or more specific questions. At the end you will have space for at “grand” summary-what you thought of the book.