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Overview: This journal offers the opportunity to reflect on what you have learned and how you will
integrate the feedback you have received and into your final
Prompt: Learning is
essentially about changing behavior—knowledge, skills, or attitudes. What changes have you
experienced in what you know, feel, or can do
as a result of this course? Discuss these changes and suggest ways you can apply this learning in your film study. This is a reflective opportunity for you to take
time to think about what you have learned and how it can apply to your final project. Be sure to
address cultural relativism and anthropological concepts.
Be sure that your journal includes each of
the following critical elements:
Learning: Identify what you have learned by discussing changes in what you know, feel, and/or
can do as a result of this course. What specific course
concepts have you been able to apply in your daily life? Be sure to address cultural relativism and anthropological concepts in your discussion.
Application to Film Study: Discuss specific ways you can apply what you learned to your film
analysis for the final project.
Guidelines for Submission: Your journal should be written in paragraph
form using complete sentences. (MY FILM OF STUDY: 12 YEARS A SLAVE)
Submit assignment as a Word document with double
spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and