1. Take two different photos in your local environment that illustrates two different courseconcepts discussed in units 1–5. You are free to choose any course concept. You are
welcome to choose themes from the reflection assignments, but do not plagiarize your previous work. For each photograph, follow these prompts/questions:
2. Title the photo. Please give the photo a creative or descriptive title. Which course concept does the photo illustrates?
Example: Photo 1 illustrates the course concept of ________
3. Why did you choose this particular photo to illustrate the course concept? What images,people, or themes are represented in the photo? How do they relate to the course concept?
Example: I chose this photo because…. Example: The different parts of the photo represent the course concept because....
4. What have you learned about this course concept? Was there a reading, activity, discussion,or life experience that helped you to learn about this course concept? Explain in your ownwords. Example: I learned _______________. I learned this when __________.
5. How does your learning (about the course concept) impact the “lens” through which youmight approach your work as a settlement practitioner? Why is this learning important?
Example: This learning impacts the “lens” that I use to approach my work because…This learning is important as a settlement practitioner because...
6. How will you apply this learning in your work as a settlement practitioner?
Example: In light of this learning I will
7. Your photographs should be your own photo. You should take this photo yourself, specificallyfor this assignment. Alternatively, you may submit a photo of a visual art piece you have created through a different visual medium (clay, collage, painting etc.). Note that using photos from the internet in replacement of your own photo/image is not permissible.
8. If you take photos involving people, you must ask their permission before taking the photo.