Week 11 Discussion
“Self-review of Course” Please respond to the following:
- Near the beginning of this Course Guide, you will find 15 course outcomes. Based on these outcomes, address the following:Provide at least one enlightening experience you had in this course. For example, what fact or concept was new, surprising, or very interesting and you would not have known if you had not taken the course. Explain why this is valuable to you.
- Select at least one outcome that was well accomplished from your point of view and explain why.
- Select at least one outcome that was not well accomplished and that you believe needed further coverage.
- If there is anything that we did not cover or cover enough and you would like to know more about? Please ask!!!
I would like to thank you for your hard work this quarter. I have noticed that many of you have improved your political awareness since the first class and I hope you have found POL110 helpful in your understanding of American politics and government, and political science in general.
As I have said many times in the course before, there exist many issues in politics that are presented differently from the actually reality of the issue. And, just as Morpheus said in The Matrix (assuming you’ve seen the film), the matrix is still bound by the same physics as the real world, so too is our real world of politics bound by the very same laws of Physics and Economics. As with any issue, always follow it to its logical conclusion and ask what the end goal or result is—as you know, you will find those things to be very different from their beginning.
Knowing your history and the political tactics that we have studied in the course will allow you to separate the fact from the fiction and identify the real issue from its many distractions.
As always, do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions after the course or if you would just enjoy a good chat about politics in general.
GIVE YOUR BEST THIS WEEK THIS IS THE END AND TILL NEXT YEAR SIR THANH YOU>