Booker self eval 2.docx - Attia Heba AFR 121-01 May 3rd 2017 Dr Teresa Booker Self Evaluation#2 I believe that I have worked to deserve a participation

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Attia, Heba AFR 121-01 May 3rd, 2017 Dr. Teresa Booker Self Evaluation #2 I believe that I have worked to deserve a participation grade of an A. I have continued to have perfect attendance and am always at my desk, phone off, and saying hello to my neighbors as well as Professor Booker. I am always participating in the class as well as asking relevant questions. One point I have shared with the class is in relation to our viewing of the "Queen of Versailles". I shared my opinions of Jackie, discussing how although she became wealthy, many of her habits and behaviors from when she was poor (such as being messy, having no etiquette at parties, and trying to spend extravagantly) persist. I believe this point deserves 5 points. Another time I participated was during our discussion of residential segregation. I went into detail about the community of Crown Heights and how it applies to many facets of residential
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Unformatted text preview: segregation such as being divided between the Jewish and Black community, facing educational and health disparities as well as red lining. I believe this point deserves 5 points as well. A third discussion I initiated in the classroom was that of the inequalities and racist themes found in "Akeelah and the Bee". I discussed how the portrayal of Akeelah growing up with a single mom and a gang affiliated brother and living in a low income neighborhood schooling all contributed to showing stereotypes instead of uplifting the Black community. This response can also deserve 5 points. As you can see I have provided 3 examples, worth 5 points each, as well as combined with my attendance totaling up to 20 points. Thank you....
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