Sociologist Player Trading Cards

STEP 1: Select one of the sociological theorists discussed in this module. Search for relevant online biographical information about the sociologist, their family life, and/or their contributions to sociology that are not included in the module. Find a minimum of five facts that are interesting, fun, or outrageous (but true) about the sociologist you selected. What would interest people about this person? From mental illness to drunken brawls to living in abject poverty, early sociologists lived pretty colorful lives! Make sure you are using a minimum of 3 credible sources.

STEP 2: Find an open source image of the sociologist by using Google (or another search engine). Using Google search, you can click “Images” and then under “Tools” select “Usage Rights.” Then select “Creative Commons licenses,” and don’t forget to include the APA image citation.

STEP 3:  Compose a digital baseball card of sorts with a photo, and no fewer than five unique facts (separate from what is already in the module). Include correct APA citations. This can be done as a PowerPoint slide, in a Word document, or using a program of your choice, such as Easelly,  Canva or Piktochart.

STEP 4: Include a one-liner with the player’s (sociologist’s) stats, which in this case is their major contribution/s to sociology

STEP 5: Share your player’s stats with your classmates by using a LMS Wiki, Blog, Discussion Forum, and/or share your creation using either Flickr or Wikimedia Commons. Although not required, we strongly recommend uploading and releasing your work with a Creative Commons license.

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