Experience Analysis (Analysis #3) During this semester you need to attend an event on campus or in the community that relatesto a diverse population being discussed during the course. Activities completed before the semester will not be considered. Personal experience papers must include the following
three types of effect analysis:
Individual effect analysis (How has attending this event affected you as an individual?)
• Relational effect analysis (How has attending this event affected your relationships with others? Or how might it in the
• Community effect analysis (How does/could having events like this affect your community?)
ALL papers are expected to be 2 to 3 pages, typed and double-spaced. A hard copy of the paper should be brought to class for a peer
review. Papers must be submitted on Canvas on the due dates outlined in the course schedule. Papers cannot be turned in late
without proof of serious extenuating circumstances. Please be sure to include your name, the date, the course name and section, and
the title (i.e. Message Analysis) in your heading. All papers will be graded on:
1. Relevance- The paper must be directly related to a topic discussed in class or related to a class assignment, as well as meets the
requirements of the assignment. Irrelevant papers will be given a “0” and handed back to the author. The author can choose to
explain how they think the paper is relevant or write a new paper for late credit.
2. Clarity- Grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, paragraph structure and spelling are important parts of clear writing. Proof
reading your paper, or having someone else proof read it, will help you to avoid unclear or incorrect sentences. Points will be
deducted for technical errors.
3. Specificity- Avoid generalizations such as “You,” “Women,” “People.” Remember you are writing to a universal, college
audience and do not make assumptions that your audience shares your characteristics. Also avoid unacknowledged stereotypes,
i.e. “Men like hunting.” Do not use phrases such as “this class,” “in our world today,” “from the beginning of time,” “in our
society,” “in this country” as they are non-specific.
4. Ownership- All opinions, beliefs, experiences, etc. must be owned throughout the paper using “I think,” “I believe,” “in my
5. Analysis/Support-The opinions, beliefs and experiences expressed in your paper can be analyzed and supported by both
personal experience and outside sources. When using outside sources for support, be sure to cite the information using A.P.A. intext
citation. Be careful that your outside sources are legitimate and valid (NEVER cite Wikipedia as an outside source.)
6. Depth-Your paper should analysis your response to a single topic deeply, rather than several topics, superficially. Having a
narrow thesis will help you to more thoroughly analyze your reaction. You may want to try the following pre-writing exercise to
deepen your analysis: Write down a potential thesis and then ask “Why?” Write down the answer as a new thesis and then again
ask “Why?” Write down the answer as a new thesis and continue to ask why until you feel your thesis is something you can
7. Organization-Your paper must be organized with a clear introduction (to give context), thesis (which should be narrow and
inclusive of all required points of analysis), topic sentences (related directly to the thesis), and conclusion (drawn from your
analysis). Avoid using phrases such as “In this paper I will be writing about…”, as it is obvious to the reader that you are writing
about the topic in your paper
Here are the list of the activities. Choose one of them and pretend that you attend the activity.
? India Night 2015.The indian Student Association present a cultural evening filled with music, dance, and more. Tickets are $6 online and $8 at the door for students; $8 and $10 for non-students, respectively. Food is served at 4:30pm and the event begins at 5:30pm. Libby Gardner Hall. More info here.
? Saturday, April 18, Women’s Self-Defense Class. The International Women’s Association will host a self-defense class from 3-5pm. More info here.
? Friday afternoons, International Café. Come socialize with other international and domestic students and make friends! 2-3pm in the Union Cafeteria. Sponsored by the International Students Club.
? Monday Night Conversational English Class with the Cross Culture Club. Ongoing enrollment.
Inexpensive and fun. More info here.
? Tuesday/Thursday Spousal Conversational English Class with the Cross Culture Club. Beginning level class for spouses of students and scholars. Check here for availability.
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