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B. This is page two and will include the A n a l y s i s: an explanation of how the experience ties into course content -- must include a minimum of six sociological terms (ones that you did not know before the course) in BOLD font and in separate sentences – this must be a full page. C. This is page three and will include P e r s p e c ti v e: your personal reflections about the experience -- what you got out of it or didn't and why – this must be ¾’s of a page. This paper is worth 100 points. 2 P r ese n t y o u r w or k to t h e class or al l y o n t h e d a y as s i g n e d . Each presentation should be approximately 3 minutes and you must be on time and present the entire class period for maximum credit. The presentation is worth 25 points and there are NO makeups for a missed presentation! Please do not stress, as this is an exciting part of the course and I grade very leniently on the presentation portion. We will simply sit in a circle and each student will share a recollection of their experience. Those who are present on time, share their thoughts, listen to others, and stay through the completion of all presentations will earn the max of 25 points! 3 T u r n in a propo s al f o r t h e p r o j e c t o n t h e as s i g n ed d a y a n d r e c ei v e a ppro v al b y m e . This is simply a written statement that informs me of the community culture individual project that you intend to complete. We will discuss these projects at length at the beginning of the semester, to include a brainstorming session to
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generate ideas for your consideration. If you have more than one idea, list them all in your proposal; if I approve them all, then you just pick one and do not need to tell me your decision. If, however, you are unable to experience your original idea, you MUST speak with me about your alternative, long before the project is due, as I do not have to count any project that has not had prior approval from me. Also, to assist you, you may review ma n y
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