This paper will facilitate the question and exercises (including: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11). Present your material and write a conclusion reflecting on your process. You can do this after each exercise or at the end in the conclusion. This paper is a combination of bullets, graphs, tables, and written text (double spaced, 12 font).
The last page(s) should be a recap:
1) Your reflection of the course this semester.
2) Has your own identity formation as a college student shift?
3) Have you been able to view the world around you with a sociological lens?
- Before you read, jot down everything you know about the topic.
- Read passage as if you were in a sociology class and you grade depended on a test (take notes as you usually would)
- See how many questions you can generate as you read
- Compare notes to (page 95 of What Smart Students Know)
- Revise notes done on exercise 2
- Looking over last couple of notes consider different ways of grouping this information
- List any facts or ideas that can be linked together
- Create a table to organize your ideas and thoughts
- Rewrite your new notes from exercise 5 completely this time translate information thoroughly
- Answer a question that is given in the section (key questions)
- Select facts and decide whether you can remember it logically and if not what kind of “hook” do you need to link it too.
How does this information fit in with what I already know?