Instructions for Assignment: Reflective Analysis -20%
Students are required to watch a King’s University College Veritas Lecture Series delivered on September 17, 2020 by Jesse Thistle, ‘’Finding the trail: A Metis life overcoming adversity and understanding Indigenous homelessness.” https://youtu.be/UqSWixOLKUM
After watching the video, students will submit a 4-5-page reflective analysis on the content in relation to applicable literature/course materials (concepts and theories) on resilience and social work practice. You do not have to summarize the video. So, start with your argument, critique, or analysis. Also identify the impact of the video on you both personally and professionally. Since this is a reflection piece, you may write in the first person. Please use APA format (Times New Roman, Font 12, double spaced, use of subheadings etc). Please use cover page and references.
Please submit your assignment as a Word Document attachment through OWL under Dropbox portal. Please do NOT submit a PDF file.
Due: Friday, October 28th at 11.55pm.
*Students’ analysis and integration of course materials (12 points)
*Discussion of personal & professional impact (6 points)
*Writing, including APA stuff. (2 points).
A range: All or most aspects of the work are outstanding about the expectations described above. This means that the student has not only responded fully to all parts of the assignment but has gone beyond the required work in some substantial or creative manner.
B range: All content requirements are met, some of the evaluation expectations described above are met, and the overall quality is good.
C range: Most (or even all) content requirements are met but some are not adequately developed and/or most of the evaluation expectations described above are not met.
D – F range: Major areas of the assignment are not addressed or are not adequately developed and most of the evaluation