Readings: F. James Davis – “Who is Black? One Nation’s Definition”: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jefferson/mixed/onedrop.html
Complete 2–3-page reflective essay
I. Introduction of the topic: Select what you perceived to be the focus of the article and research one academic source to support your topic, summarize the source and include it (APA) in the introduction of your essay. (What social issues were discussed in the article?)
II. Select and discuss Reflection Questions
Read through the list of reflection questions below and select at least three you want to answer.
What did I notice in the article?
How did I feel about what was discussed in the article?
Why did it make me feel this way?
How was my experience of this unique to me? How did others who were there experience it differently? Why?
How has this changed me?
What might I have done differently?
What is the meaning of this event in my life?
How is this similar to something else that I’ve experienced?
How can I use this to help someone else?
How does this event relate to the rest of my life?
How is this typical in my life?
Was this a good or a bad thing for me?
How did this experience foretell things that would happen later?
Was my experience the same as someone else’s or different?
What skills did I learn?
How can I apply what I learned to my life?
How can I apply this experience to my studies?
How can this help me in my career?
What about this experience challenged me socially?
In what way did this expand my understanding of my own culture? or a different culture?
How was this emotionally important? or emotionally difficult?
How did this experience relate to my understanding of theology, God or religion?
What questions did this experience make me have?
How has this changed the way I think?
How has this made me realize someone else was right?
How was this unexpected? Or how did this fulfill my expectations?
Would I want to repeat this experience?
Would this experience be the same if I did it again?
How did this affect me and why?
Why did I have the reaction I did to this?
Conclusion: Your overall reflective thoughts on the article
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