written exam 2

Each question should have a response of no more than 250 words. https://miamioh.edu/hcwe/handouts/apa-style-6th/in…

  1. In no more than 250 words, answer how does Critical Youth Studies differ from Youth Studies? In your answer, be sure to include the following:
    • a definition of Critical Youth Studies
    • the three components utilized to define the term youth within a Critical Youth Studies frame
    • an articulation of what the critical within critical youth studies means
    • how understanding the social construction of terms such as youth and adult are important to understanding Critical Youth Studies
  2. In no more than 350 words, respond to the scenario of being a part of a community task force working to propose a new and inclusive school within your community. Your first order of business is to set a vision for your inclusive school. Building on your expertise within EDL 203, and your keen understanding of youth, youth cultures, and issues through a Critical Youth Studies lens, what are some principles that are important to your vision and what are things that you would do in order to ensure that you create a safe and inclusive learning environment within your school and community?In your answer, be sure to:
    • Provide three different examples of difficulties youth experience in contemporary US society as articulated through course texts (i.e., readings, films, lectures, etc.), that you wish to address in your school. For each experience, articulate its importance, what it helps you to understand about youth experiences and how your school will address the issue.
    • Identify and define two competing interests which impact the experiences you identified (e.g., why don’t we fix it, who are other stakeholders impeding progress, etc.). Be sure to also provide compelling arguments against these competing interests.
    • Identify and provide a definition of a theoretical frame and 3-5 key concepts (i.e., important ideas from course materials) which will be central to the operation of the school and that school staff should be familiar with in order to enhance the overall learning environment of the school. Articulate why these concepts and the identified frame are important and how they will be utilized. The concepts and frame should be based on course content and readings.
    • By the end of this assignment, students will be able to:
      • Identify and define key concepts in the field of Critical Youth Studies (i.e., youth, intersectionality, power, privilege, culture, subculture, etc.)
      • Articulate through critical thinking, writing, and creative expression an understanding of historic and contemporary youth issues and youth activism around these issues. This would include developing an understanding of how race, privilege, oppression, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism etc. work in the everyday lives of youth

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