All papers should be a minimum of 2-page, double-spaced, regular margins, Times New Roman, 12-font size.
I use the one-forth rule regarding direct quotes in papers. No more than one-forth of entire paper can be directly quoted from originYou must provide a citation (author’s name, year of publication, and page number/link to website) for EVERY key term, direct quote, paraphrase and/or summary of one source in your paper.
You have to use at least five key terms from the corresponding modules in your paper for an “A”. All key terms should also be in bold type to make it easier for me to identify how many key terms you actually defined/used/cited correctly source material. This includes definitions for key terms. I will start deducting points from papers that go over the limit.
(1) Briefly synthesize what you have learned during the unit (from module readings/videos, online class lectures and post-module reflections, group activity board activities, PPTs, and optional resources) in order to reflect on our taken-for-granted assumptions of social reality. Basically, what have we been focused on in class during that section. Students must cite assigned readings in order to get credit for keeping up with course content. I will provide a basic format for each reflection paper but students are encouraged to be creative and dig deep to see beyond official interpretations of social reality!
(2) Demonstrate evidence of learning by examining the empirical evidence collected for the mini-projects associated with the Sociological Perspective Activity Board. What did you learn and how does it connect to module content?
(3) Wrap up your paper with a strong normative (taken-for-granted) vs. sociological (empirical evidence) perspective conclusion.
(4) End the paper with two open-ended questions that could be turned into research questions. Review the paper you just wrote and use the content as inspiration for the creation of your questions.
learning objectives for 1st reflection paper
First, reflect on the personal journey you’ve undertaken to learn the course content that we have covered during the Orientation Module, Module 1 and Module 2. I do NOT want you to just recap what you have done in class. That’s not a synthesis, that’s a summary. I want to know what YOU have learned and how you learned it. I want you to reflect deeply on course content by synthesizing the various aspects of class into a single coherent narrative: active learning, reflection discussions, group activity board mini-projects, & assigned course materials (readings and videos).
Second, demonstrate your newly developed skills by linking some of the activities we’ve covered since the beginning of semester to course materials using the sociological perspective. Some of the topics we’ve covered so far are: the sociological perspective, research methods, sociological theory perspectives (also referred to paradigms), the society-culture feedback loop, society, social patterns, social interaction, culture, media and identity. Some of the activities we’ve done so far are: mini-project on baby names, mini-project on analyzing online sources, making a familiar object strange, QFT format for creating good open-ended questions, and the Twenty “I Am” Statements.
Third, complete a normative versus sociological perspective section (review above).
Forth, end with two open-ended questions (review above).
here is the link for the video it’s called major sociological paragigms: crash sourse sociology video
this will help you understand more about sociology
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