At Walden University, it is important that you not only think about the new information you have learned in your courses, but also how you can apply what you have learned. One good method for doing this is to reflect on the concepts and ideas that were most important to you, and specifically, how these ideas will influence what you will do in the future.
Now it is time to evaluate and summarize what you have learned in American Government and consider how your new knowledge might assist you in becoming a more informed and effective citizen. In this Reflection, you will evaluate insights into concepts, principles, and processes of the American form of government. You will also identify how this knowledge might be applied to your participation as a citizen in the political process.
To prepare for this Reflection:
Review the Interactive Units from this week’s Learning Resources.
Review the website on the basics of creating a PowerPoint presentation.
Reflect on the insights you have gained from this course based on the course readings and assignments.
What concepts, principles, and processes interested you the most? The least?
What information surprised you about American government and why?
What did you learn about your own ideology?
Consider how you might apply what you’ve learned.
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