Journal Assignment for Students(4)

Journal Assignment for Students(4) - Journal Reflections(28...

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1 Journal Reflections (28%) Each student will submit a total of 4 online journal reflections (worth 7% each) on Connect ( http://connect.ubc.ca ). All submissions must be uploaded as Word Document file attachments. These entries (each 300 words in length) will be your individual, critically reflective responses at various points throughout the course. This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your ability to examine course content in both critical and personal ways. The reflective question for each of the 4 entries is: “What information from the previous few classes (discussions, readings, visiting guests, and/or film clips) has influenced you the most; in what ways; and, for what reasons?” In other words: “What course content from the last few weeks stands out the most for you, how, and why?” Journal entries will be evaluated on your ability to use critical thinking and reflective skills as you review our class discussions so far, and examine a topic relevant to course content. This assessment includes your ability to recognize and appraise the various ways that perceptions, experiences, and meanings impact your understanding of parent-child family relations and culture. Journal Reflections may be submitted before the due date;
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