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2 ) Assignments Students are expected to meaningfully contribute to class through discussion and assigned activities. Various daily assignments will be given throughout the semester; each assignment is worth 5 points and will be announced in class, with the date, assignment number, title of assignment, and point value written on the board. The total assignment points add up to 100. Typical assignments will be writing responses to assessments, group work, completing critical thinking exercises, and so forth. It is imperative that students attend class regularly and ON T IME in order to successfully complete this requirement, as there is NO MAKE-UP for assignments missed. 3 ) Community Culture Individual Project You are to experience something in our community during the course of this semester that you have never experienced. The possibilities are almost limitless; however, it must be legal and an experience different from other class assignments. It must be connected to one of the following listed entities in the geographic area of Tarrant County: ·Private schools ·Public schools ·City/County Government ·Religion ·Festivals ·Area agencies ·Broadcast/Print media ·Minority communities/Ethnic organizations ·Music, Opera, Ballet ·Museums ·Theater ·Libraries ·Hospitals ·Retirement centers ·Local attractions ·Sports/recreation ***For this project, you must: 1) C o m p l e te t h e r e q u ired w a i v er f o r m – this is done in blackboard; just click on the waiver link and follow directions. Then go to your grades and make sure that a green checkmark appears under the title waiver. If you are under age 18, have your parent/guardian do it! 2) Wr ite a typed p a p er in 12 point, times new roman font, normal margins, which includes the following, SEPARATE sections, and include the headings D e s c r i p ti o n , A n a l y s i s , a n d P e r s p e c t i v e to clearly indicate the sections: A. This is page one and will include at the top-- your name as it appears on the class roster, your course number and course SECTION number (look in blackboard or web advisor), and a title that indicates WHAT you did for your project (Play, Temple, etc.) AND the first page will include the D e s c r i p ti o n: a simple narrative account of the experience -- what, when, and where – this must be 1/4 th of a page. 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.
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