Breadth Area Essay Questions Value/Meaning Breadth Area General Discussion Questions 1. What Value/Meaning breadth area related subject did you explore and which format (film, observation, or interview) did you use for your research? 2. How is your subject related to the Value/Meaning breadth area? 3. What are the global or cultural implications of this subject? 4. Did exploration of this topic challenge any preconceptions or assumptions you hold? 5. Was your understanding of a global or cultural issue broadened or changed? If so, how? 6. Any surprises or special gifts from your exploration? 7. What was the most important thing you learned and would like to share with others? Specific Essay Questions Film 1. What world religion or belief system, different from your own, was explored in this film? 2. What did you learn? How was it a learning experience? 3. Did the film challenge any preconceptions or assumptions you hold? 4. How did the film broaden or change your understanding of a global issue? Film Critique Format A film critique should be of a film that addresses one of the breadth areas from a global perspective, for example, or Gandhi for the value/meaning essay. Start your essay by introducing the name of the film, its country of origin, when it was released, and who directed it. Write a brief paragraph to outline the story of the film and then compose your essay to address some of the questions given below. Please do NOT write about the plot of the film beyond any introductory first paragraph; focus on learning, using plot elements only as a context for learning. Value/Meaning: What world religion or belief system, different from your own, was explored in this film? What did you learn? Did the film challenge any preconceptions or assumptions that you hold? How did the film broaden or change your understanding of another culture, another country, another world event?
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