RTM 404 Chapters 25 and 26 Reflection

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On page 307 of Mountains Beyond Mountains, the author wrote, “All  too often international aid organizations weaken the societies they are  supposed to help. Often they rely almost entirely on professionals from  the world’s wealthy countries, and they fail to make their projects  indigenous. This all but guarantees that their projects with neither  grow nor last.”
Here is your prompt: In your  own words, what do you think Kidder is trying to say here? Where do you  see parallels in the tourism industry? (Be specific.) What can you do  as a tourist (or professional in the tourism industry) to support  sustainable cross-cultural tourism practices?
—ALTERNATIVE OPTION for students without access to the Epilogue—
Toward the end of Chapter 25, Kidder wrote, “It’s so easy, at least for me, to mistake a person’s material resources for his interior ones.” In Chapter 26, Kidder summarized part of Farmer’s philosophy: “The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that’s wrong with the world.”
Here is your prompt: Judging  by the two insights provided above, how do you understand the author’s  shift in consciousness that seemed to occur during his travels with  Farmer? Do you think Kidder could have developed these new perspectives  without the benefit of travel? What does this tell you about how  cross-cultural travel does (or does not) impact society at large?RTM 404 SP23
Reflection Essay Guidelines
The purpose of Reflection Essays in this class is for you to critically reflect on the course
material. You will be expected to demonstrate through reflective writing that you have
engaged with readings, online lectures, and other activities. Unlike the portfolio
assignments, you do not need to include citations or conduct additional research beyond
what we have covered as a class.
Formatting instructions for essay submissions:
• 450-550 words
• Single-spaced, using 12-point font and 1-inch margins
• Submitted using MS Word or other Canvas-compatible files
o .pages or PDF files will not be accepted!
• No title page required
Tips for essay submissions:
• Speak your truth and be open. You are not being evaluated on your knowledge of
a specific issue or on your opinions.
• Sit with your ideas for a period of time before you start writing. Let them solidify.
• Be sure you are caught up with the course materials before writing. This way you
will have something meaningful to reflect on.
(See grading rubric on next page.)
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Grading Rubric for Reflective Essays
Beginning
Developing
Accomplished
0
0.5
1
Organization
and clarity of
thought
Overall, sloppy,
and poorly
arranged.
Reasonable
organization and
clarity of
thought.
Strong
organization foll
owing suggested
prompts.
Demonstrates
deep
reflection
Little thought
put into
reflection; no
reference to the
reading
assignments or
other class
material.
Evidence that
some time was
spent thinking
about questions;
some
connections to
class materials.
Clearly spent
time reflecting
on questions;
well-articulated
and tied to class
materials.
Within length
guidelines
More than 15
words outside
of the word
limit.
1-15 words
outside of the
word limit.
Within 450-550
words.
Spelling and
Grammar
Many spelling
and grammar
errors
A few spelling
and grammar
errors.
No spelling and
grammar errors.
Total Score
2

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