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Critical Reflection 1 – An Introduction to Race as a Concept and a Construct & The Concept of Whiteness

Critical Reflection Papers

General Instructions

Each week we cover a variety of topics falling in the larger thematic area of our class. At times, we view part of a film or a documentary or other forms of media, including written material. Other times we’ll simply be reflecting on our discussion and lecture material.

My questions/issues posed to you (overall) ask that you apply your critical thinking skills to discuss the themes in question with what we’re reading and talking about in class. These Critical Reflections are meant only to help you think through the issues we’re grappling with in class, so there usually will be no direct right or wrong answer. A solid paper engages our reading assignments along with the media text(s) in question and class discussion. Remember it’s an open format: I want to see how you’re digesting the material, but you will need to remember to engage all of the material for each topic. That said, please do not give me the answer you think I seek from you. Also, this is not a journal – it’s a thoughtful, college-level essay.

Do not simply give a review or your opinion of the text/s. Rather, use your critical thinking skills to discuss how it deals with the various representation(s). For instance, if you’re writing a paper on a clip from a series of commercials you watch, you would write about how they ‘deal’ with sex and sexuality. Is it a clear focus? How so? Again, your critical reflections are not graded on a right or wrong basis. I want you to have fun with these. Include a critical examination of what your reaction is to the text and its subject matter. An important question to ask yourself is, “What am I getting out of this?” The questions I pose to you will attempt to elicit these responses.

 Critical Reflection One

After reviewing the Prezi  (链接到外部网站。)from last week, and the videos today about Whiteness, reflect now about things you learned. A suggestion is to return to the Presentation and review slide by slide. Which slides/videos affected you the most? Why and in what way?

After you’ve written out your thoughts about the presentation, write a personal reflection about your reaction (or reactions) to the presentation overall. What did you think about the various slides? What did you learn? Pay particular attention to what was hard to watch or to what was challenging for you. Was any of it boring? Why? Was any of it funny? Why? While this is a personal reflection, do not soapbox or write solely on how you justify your personal perspective. Spend time with the material and discuss it intellectually, citing thoroughly and thoughtfully throughout. Be sure to also review the Critical Thinking Mini-Guide[img src=”https://bc.instructure.com/images/preview.png” alt=”预览文档”>

Have fun with it, and good luck!

评分标准说明

Critical Reflection Rubric

Critical Reflection Rubric

标准 等级 得分

Critical Thinking and Deep Reflection

Exemplary: Meets “Proficient” criteria and supports claims with relevant examples, engaged course material, and logical, thoughtful consideration of the prompts. Detailed examples/discussion included.

10.0 分

Proficient: Supports claims with mostly relevant examples, engaged course material, and logical, thoughtful consideration of the prompts. Some examples/discussion might need more detail.

8.0 分

Needs Improvement: Supports claims with a somewhat relevant examples, engaged course material, and logical, thoughtful consideration of the prompts. Details missing from examples and discussion.

7.0 分

Borderline: Does not support claims with examples, engaged course material, or logical, thoughtful consideration of the prompts. Absent or “empty” examples.

5.0 分

10.0 分

Evidence

Exemplary: Meets “Proficient” criteria, integrates relevant sources and makes clear connections to the sources as evidence to support thinking;

10.0 分

Proficient: Meets “Proficient” criteria, integrates relevant sources and makes clear connections to the sources as evidence to support thinking;

8.0 分

Needs Improvement: Integrates some sources and makes some connections to the sources as evidence that may or may not support thinking.

7.0 分

Borderline: Does not integrate relevant sources and/or makes clear connections to the sources as evidence to support thinking.

5.0 分

10.0 分

Writing & Mechanics

Exemplary: Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy to read format and follows the writing guidelines completely

5.0 分

Proficient: Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization. Any errors present do not negatively impact readability or the articulation of main ideas and follows the writing guidelines fairly well

4.0 分

Needs Improvement: Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas and may not completely follow all of the writing guidelines

3.0 分

Borderline: Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas and does not follow the writing guidelines

2.0 分

5.0 分

总得分: 25.0

https://prezi.com/t0xbbcpr1fzy/understanding-the-context-of-race-in-the-us/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdaF_h06YX4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KYJl0PECv8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ8f1eLZ1cs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjfhXHHzKHc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVu9dfXTeSY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjMw7CF2cjA

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