Directions – Look Back & Learn (Special Mission: Original Drawing) Directions –

Directions – Look Back & Learn (Special Mission: Original Drawing)
Directions –

Directions – Look Back & Learn (Special Mission: Original Drawing)
Directions – Look Back & Learn (Special Mission: Original Drawing)
Purpose
“Look Back & Learn” activities are designed to connect the work you do in the course with your experiences inside and outside the classroom. These assignments are intentionally open-ended to let you engage in the content of the course in a way that reflects your own skillset & interests. We want students to consider content beyond the borders of a single week.  Longer exposure to learning makes long term learning more likely.  This assignment will typically take around 75 minutes of your time. 
Instructions
1. Reflect
Reflect over the content from previous/recent classes. The below questions are meant to be “thought-starter” questions.  You are not meant to answer each one after another.  Simply creatively share a few things that resonated with you:
Which ideas in the videos/text were most interesting to you? Most challenging?
What was your favorite part of the content in last week’s material?
What concepts from last week are the easiest to see in your own life? 
What strategies (for reading, test-taking, etc.) do you plan to employ this week in class? 
2. Create
Once you’ve taken some time to reflect on the content that connected with you in our previous and recent classes, it’s time to create! Craft some kind of deliverable that serves as a reflection of your experience with last week’s materials. You might create something that explores a concept, connects an idea from class with your own life or pop culture, etc.  This prompt is being kept intentionally open-ended because we want you to engage with the material in a way that speaks to you. Here are some examples of deliverables that could be created (but please don’t limit yourself to these):
A write-up, presentation, or video exploring how a piece of media (literature, movie, TV show, music, video game, etc.) demonstrates or connects with key concepts from a chapter we covered. 
A piece of art/poetry/music inspired by something we covered in class. 
A study guide covering the most important concepts from the last week.
A personal reflection (via writing, video, music, podcast, etc.) that discusses what connected with you most from the week and how you might apply it to your life. 
A written skit or video demonstrating a key concept from last week.
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