CRITICAL FILM REFLECTION: Reflection #2: 8th Fire: Whose Land is it Anyway AND


CRITICAL FILM REFLECTION:
Reflection #2:
8th Fire: Whose Land is it Anyway AND 8th Fire: At a Crossroads
(Please watch both films, and read the files attached and then write the reflection paper with related information of these files)
Link for the film:
1. 8th Fire: Whose Land is it Anyway: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROOyjGCxhys
2. 8th Fire: At a Crossroads: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1PIGOsaer0
The uploaded files and the content taught in the class should be combined with the ppt content and reading materials
Using the film series, 8th Fire, students will write one reflection paper summarizing the main themes covered in the assigned films and how you relate/ what you learned after viewing each film. Students are encouraged to bring in properly cited course readings, films, and lectures into these papers. Each reflection should be 3 to 4 pages long and contain formal citations to referenced articles, websites, and films. As these are formal writing assignments, marks will be given for proper spelling, grammar, sentence structure, prose quality, and citations. Papers are to be double spaced and containing formal citations to referenced articles, websites, and films where applicable, and provide:
A summary of the films (1 to 2 paragraphs long)
The connection of the films to course readings, lectures and films
An understanding of how to the ideas found in the films connect to the ideas presented in course readings, lectures, and films and what you know/have been told about these topics
An understanding of how to the ideas found in the films conflict to these readings, lectures, and films and what you previously knew about these topics
Marks will be assigned in the following breakdown:
10% Summary of the films
10% Connection of the films to course readings, lectures and films
20% How do the ideas found in the films connect to the ideas presented in course readings, lectures, and films and what you know/have been told about these topics
20% How do the ideas found in the films conflict to these readings, lectures, and films and what you know/have been told about these topics
40% A personal connection/reflection to what you viewed in the films (focus more on this part please)
GENERAL PAPER REQUIREMENTS
Assignment must be uploaded as a Microsoft Word document
Assignment must be formatted with 1 inch margins (check your computer settings – 2.5 cms), be Double-spaced in 12 pt. Times New Roman font, with numbered pages
Any information cited from lectures, films, and readings must be properly noted and cited using MLA, APA, or Chicago Manual citations. Be consistent in the format you choose
Do not include a title page. Please include you name and student number in the top corner of your first page


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