Reflective Essay Custom Essay

(Reflective Essay: Students will write a reflective essay regarding their personal interest and experience related

to sociology and social issues. Students can use topics and concepts from the readings and discussions. The essay

should be 5-6 pages (APA format, title page optional).

**as you see the Dr wants write reflective essay for all the Course after that we should choose one topic and talk

it about it I choose this one ((Societal Forces Facing the Youth )) so you write about 3 papers for all the course

after that you write about this topic ((Societal Forces Facing the Youth ))

**in this course we took 2 books (( Required Text

Kathleen Bennett deMarris and Margaret D. LeCompte, The Way Schools Work, 3rd
edition, (New York: Longman, 1999).

Walter Feinberg and Jonas F. Soltis, School and Society, 4th edition (New York: Teachers
College Press, 1998).

Optional: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association

(6th ed.).
))

and we did these (( Graded Course Work

1. Discussion: Participation in discussion is very important. Evaluation will be based upon quality as well as

quantity of participation. Students should demonstrate understanding of course concepts and skill in the

application to current educational issues. A discussion topic and/or PowerPoint will be displayed on the Blackboard

Connect Discussion site each week. You will be expected to respond three times a week on the Discussion Board to

discussion prompts from the readings. YOU MUST REPSOND WITHIN THE WEEK-MONDAY-SUNDAY! (30%)

2. Video Analysis PowerPoint: Students will analyze one of the following videos: Stand and Deliver, Lean on Me, or

Dead Poets Society. Students will create a PowerPoint that combines the theories of ethnography and sociological

analysis found in the assigned readings and class discussions regarding the movie content. Students will post the

PowerPoint on the Discussion Board for all students to view. (5-15 slides) (30%)

3) Education Issue Study: Students will choose an education issue of policy or practice that is of interest to them

(examples: grades in school, special education, retention, higher education retention, merit pay) and will use the

topics from the readings and discussions to analyze the issue. Students will write a 5-6 page essay, (APA format,

title page optional) which will summarize and analyze the issue. (30%)

4) Reflective Essay: Students will write a reflective essay regarding their personal interest and experience

related to sociology and social issues. Students can use topics and concepts from the readings and discussions. The

essay should be 5-6 pages (APA format, title page optional). (10%)
))

**Course:EDLR 608
School and Society
Department of Educational Leadership

Course Description

EDLR 608-This course will introduce sociological theory and practice. In addition, this class will also focus on

the use of analytical skills of the sociologist.

Course Overview

This course will provide students with a comprehensive overview of both past and contemporary approaches to school

and society. In the process of learning about the content and history of school and society, students will also

learn from sociological theory and practice to better understand and view in their professional fields.

The approach taken in this class will focus on applying sociological theory and practice needed
to address complex problems encountered by educators in both school administration and
teaching. Consequently, students will be better able to view their professional fields using
analytical skills in sociology. The need for such a disciplinary perspective is described
in the College of Education’s discussion of the knowledge needed to “Become a
Complete Professional.”

Required Text

Kathleen Bennett deMarris and Margaret D. LeCompte, The Way Schools Work, 3rd
edition, (New York: Longman, 1999).

Walter Feinberg and Jonas F. Soltis, School and Society, 4th edition (New York: Teachers
College Press, 1998).

Optional: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association

(6th ed.).
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Graded Course Work

1. Discussion: Participation in discussion is very important. Evaluation will be based upon quality as well as

quantity of participation. Students should demonstrate understanding of course concepts and skill in the

application to current educational issues. A discussion topic and/or PowerPoint will be displayed on the Blackboard

Connect Discussion site each week. You will be expected to respond three times a week on the Discussion Board to

discussion prompts from the readings. YOU MUST REPSOND WITHIN THE WEEK-MONDAY-SUNDAY! (30%)

2. Video Analysis PowerPoint: Students will analyze one of the following videos: Stand and Deliver, Lean on Me, or

Dead Poets Society. Students will create a PowerPoint that combines the theories of ethnography and sociological

analysis found in the assigned readings and class discussions regarding the movie content. Students will post the

PowerPoint on the Discussion Board for all students to view. (5-15 slides) (30%)

3) Education Issue Study: Students will choose an education issue of policy or practice that is of interest to them

(examples: grades in school, special education, retention, higher education retention, merit pay) and will use the

topics from the readings and discussions to analyze the issue. Students will write a 5-6 page essay, (APA format,

title page optional) which will summarize and analyze the issue. (30%)

4) Reflective Essay: Students will write a reflective essay regarding their personal interest and experience

related to sociology and social issues. Students can use topics and concepts from the readings and discussions. The

essay should be 5-6 pages (APA format, title page optional). (10%)

important NOTE: I will download to you all the Discussion we did and all the papers after that you write about

(Societal Forces Facing the Youth ) you will find this in the Discussion

other note : write 3 papers for all course and 2 papers for this topic(Societal Forces Facing the Youth )

note : my papers you write like this what did learn from this bookWalter Feinberg and Jonas F. Soltis, School and

Society, 4th edition (New York: Teachers College Press, 1998 ………….

after that you write what did learn from this book Kathleen Bennett deMarris and Margaret D. LeCompte, The Way

Schools Work, 3rd edition, (New York: Longman, 1999). …………..

after that you talk about this home work (Video Analysis PowerPoint)

after that you talk about this home work ( Education Issue Study)

after that you talk about this topic (( that topic i choose from this corse (( Societal Forces Facing the Youth))

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