Purpose: As part of your journey in the Deaf Studies, participating in events is
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As part of your journey in the Deaf Studies, participating in events is an important way to gain a better understanding of the issues within the Deaf communities. You are to participate in two (an hour or more) qualified Deaf Culture related enrichment events such as live or webinar lectures, community events, etc., hosted by Deaf people themselves unless it is a unique event. Skills/Knowledge:
Participant observation offers you an opportunity to collect data and examine in an unobtrusive way using different techniques such as taking notes, photos, or record videos. You are to observe the behavior of the host, speaker(s), performer(s), participant(s), and/or volunteer(s). Focus on the social dynamics of the audience/participants including yourself. The detailed analysis of the activities in the space of the event needs to be critically accomplished. observation can be done before, during, and after the event. Be sure to save event artifacts (e-ticket, e-mail confirmation, selfie, or program book), and
Immediately after the event, write up your response discussing:
why you chose this certain event, b) activities at the event, c) who interacted with whom, d) language used in the setting(s), and e) how the topic and/or activity is related to what you have learned in this course.
Criteria for success:
Your successful EE paper will:
Arrange the first line outside of the heading: Left margin- your first name/ last initial, Center- EE #2, right margin- DEAF 200/Fall ’20,
The body of your paper must be two (2) full pages in length, double-spaced, using 12-point Arial font with one-inch margins all around. Add event picture of the event on the page.