Cultural Space or Event - Guidelines

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c. What did you learn about this cultural group by participating in this experience? 4. Your critical analysis of the event and your participation: a. Critically evaluate and reflect on the significance of your interpretation. What did you learn about aspects of cultural identity, groups, and insider/outsider issues? b. How did your experience of this event intersect with your own cultural identity? What assumptions, values, and opinions did you bring to this experience, and how were they changed (or not)? c. How did your own cultural background influence your interpretation of this event and the signs (signifier/signified) in the environment? 5. Appropriate citation of information and ideas you obtained from other sources.
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Art Education 2367.01 – Visual Culture: Investigating Diversity and Social Justice Rev. 12/2011 6. You may supplement your worksheet with photographs or other images, but the text of the paper should still be four pages. If you include images that you did not create, remember to cite your sources. THREE: Prepare to discuss your experience in class: Write a one-paragraph summary of your paper. Print this out and bring to class. Print at least one image or bring one artifact from your event. Be prepared to discuss your experience with a group of students in a small group.
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