AbstractThis assignment promotes students' understanding about how sexual and gender identity affects (both in terms of privelege and disadvantage) individuals' relationships with others as well as their relationship to other societal institutions such as education, the labor market, religion, and the family.
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Usage NotesInstructors could use this as a short, in-class paper, where students take about 15-25 minutes to write their thoughts, or it could be used as a longer, more in-depth, take home assignment.
Learning Goals and Assessments
- To demonstrate how sexual and gender identity affects students' personal relationships.
- To demonstrate how sexual and gender identity affects students' relationships to social institutions.
- To demonstrate how sexual and gender identity intersects with other identity markers to affect students' relationships and life chance opportunities.
- Instructors can return students' papers with written comments and/or grades. In addition, the instructor can lead a class discussion about topics that were generally addressed in the papers, and how students felt during the writing process.