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Choose one of the following scenarios which illustrate a variety of incidents that have occurred on a university campus.Imagine that you are a residence hall counselor on campus, and the student described in the incident has come to you to ask for advice.What sort of advice would you give to the student?Explain why your advice represents the best course of action for the student to follow.Click here to download and access the Racial Oppression Scenarios.See rubric for specific grading criteria.Scenario 1: Jessica Jessica is a 22-year-old Mexican American who moved from Illinois to attend college in California. Lately, she has noticed that the majority of her Hispanic classmates are able to speak both English and Spanish fluently, and most speak Spanish to each other in her Chicano studies class and socially. Jessica’s parents spoke Spanish at home but did not insist on their children becoming bilingual. For this reason, Jessica understands Spanish when it is spoken to her, but she does not speak it fluently. Jessica has found that she feels more comfortable and relaxed in classes where most of her classmates are white rather than in her Chicano studies class, where she does not share the experiences of the other Hispanic students. This realization has upset her, and she has come to you for advice. Scenario 2: Jim  is an 18-year-old white student living away from home for the first time. He and his girlfriend were hanging out at the park when they noticed a car pull into the empty parking lot. No one got out of the car for nearly an hour, and it was getting dark. Jim and his girlfriend had planned to stay a while longer, but the car made them feel nervous. As they left the park, they passed nearby the car, and Jim knocked on the window to see if the occupants needed any help. As the window rolled down, Jim noticed that the men were black. He said, “Hey, what’s up? What are you guys doing here?” One of the men was insulted, became angry, and stated that they had every right to be in the parking lot. He claimed that Jim was racially profiling them. He has gone to the campus mediation center to report the incident and is demanding that Jim formally apologize. Jim is very upset because he feels he is being unfairly called a racist.Scenario #3: Anthony Anthony is a 20-year-old Chinese American student who recently transferred to your university from the community college in his hometown. He met with his advisor earlier today to discuss his schedule. As he was leaving the office, his advisor said, in a friendly and jovial manner, “The restaurant on First Street has the best wonton soup in town!” The more Anthony thought about this, the more upset he has become.Reflection Essay Grading RubricGrid ViewList View Meets Expectations Approaches Expectations Does Not Meet Expectations Depth of Reflection Points Range:20.8(32.00%)- 26(40.00%) Essay demonstrates an in-depth reflection on and application of the concepts presented in the course materials. Examples are clear and detailed, and interpretations are insightful and well supported. Points Range:15.6(24.00%)- 20.54(31.60%) Essay demonstrates a general reflection on and application of the concepts presented in the course materials. Appropriate examples may not be provided, and interpretations may not be supported. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 15.34(23.60%) Essay lacks reflection on or application of the concepts presented in the course materials. Examples and interpretations are missing or unsupported. Evidence and Practice Points Range:20.8(32.00%)- 26(40.00%) Essay shows strong evidence of the synthesis of the ideas presented and insights gained. Points Range:15.6(24.00%)- 20.54(31.60%) Essay shows some evidence of the synthesis of the ideas presented and insights gained. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 15.34(23.60%) Essay shows no evidence of the synthesis of the ideas presented or insights gained. Structure Points Range:5.2(8.00%)- 6.5(10.00%) Essay is of appropriate length, and writing is clear, concise, and well organized with excellent sentence and paragraph construction. Thoughts are expressed in a coherent and logical manner. Points Range:3.9(6.00%)- 5.135(7.90%) Essay may not be of appropriate length, and writing may not be well organized with good sentence and paragraph construction. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 3.835(5.90%) Essay is not of appropriate length. Writing is unclear and disorganized. Thoughts ramble and make little sense. Mechanics and APA Style Points Range:5.2(8.00%)- 6.5(10.00%) The assignment consistently follows current APA Style and is free from errors in formatting, citation, and references. No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and referenced correctly. Points Range:3.9(6.00%)- 5.135(7.90%) The assignment consistently follows current APA Style with only isolated and inconsistent mistakes and/or has a few grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. Most sources are cited and referenced correctly. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 3.835(5.90%) No attempt to follow APA Style is indicated. Sources are not used and/or there is no reference page. Mechanical errors significantly interfere with the readability of the paper. Name:Reflection Essay Grading Rubric

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