AbstractThis assignment will tell the story of your students and their family from a sociological perspective through the medium of a film. They use some form of digital media construction (e.g., Microsoft Movie Maker, iMovie, etc.) to create a digital movie of no more than 6-minutes in length to introduce them, their family, and how they see them both being tied...
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Learning Goals and Assessments
- After completing this assignment, students should be able to describe their family from a sociological perspective.
- After completing this assignment, students should be able to explain the relationship between their personal troubles and broader social issues.
- Students are required convincingly argue how looking at their family gave them a deeper understanding of the sociological imagination.
- Students are required to answer specific questions tailored to facilitate their thinking of how their own experiences in their family are affected by their neighborhood, community, city, state, nation, and world.