Before you began the course, what did you think you would get out of the class? What have you learned about yourself thus far? Have you shared any of our course information with friends or family? Why? How has this class been relevant to your understanding of the plight of the Black woman? How has this class been relevant to your understanding of the plight of the Black community? Will you plan on using the information provided in this class to change the way you view yourself and others? Which materials would you share with others? Which materials do you plan to keep? If you had a daughter or son, which materials would you share with them? Why?
Traditional disciplines do not typically ask students to reflect upon the materials that they have learned. However, this is exactly what your final project asks you to accomplish.
In completing the reflective project, think about the following:
What are the 3 most important concepts/things you have learned this semester? o Which readings/authors are associated with those concepts? (or was it an in-class lecture?) o What about them changed the way you think?If you could write a letter/poem/song/story/ or create a video/movie/documentary for your future