Critical reflection is about considering our own thoughts, feelings, and experiences and determining how they fit in with the ideas, concepts, and theories that have been presented by others. Each critical reflection must have a short introduction that summarizes what you will be writing about – this must include your THESIS statement. You are critically reflecting and NOT summarizing the content we have covered. This means that you are personally assessing the material for a particular point of view and supporting your argument with course sources andMaterials. This is not your ‘opinion’ it is a reasoned judgement/argument in support or against a particular issue or topic covered. Use this opportunity to critically reflect and show the instructor that you have a deeper understanding of the topic you are writing about, this can include discussion of your own thinking and feelings, which would form the basis for your new beliefs. Submit a 4-6 paged APA formatted critical analysis paper (not including the title page, reference page, or images) presenting two images, photographs, videos, and/or creative works: one image is meant to represent the impacts of colonization, and the other is meant to represent truth and reconciliation.) Assignments should also incorporate knowledge gained from the course readings and videos, as well as additional sources, if appropriate, to demonstrate student’s full understanding and comprehension of course topics, themes, and objective, as well as critical thinking abilities. Ensure that you use proper citation for each image.When choosing images and writing this paper, think about:1.What was it that drew me to this image?2.Describe how the image relates to either the impact of colonialism or truth & reconciliation as you understand it. These are complex concepts, try to dig into them.