The Integrative Analysis puts together the proceeding assignments, allowing students to demonstrate the skills they have developed. Students will choose two prompts from the course and one additional prompt from outside the course. For example, students might choose to analyse a Photo, a TED Talk, and a book read outside of class. Then, as practiced, students will write a paper that integrates the three prompts, bringing them together to make an original argument about what makes a good life, based on connections that can be identified between the chosen prompts. Students must cite evidence correctly, make logically valid arguments, and build strong paragraphs to produce a paper of 800-1000 words, not including references.