Points Submitting a text entry box or a file upload For your Film Analysis Paper please select one film, either "When Harry Met Sally" or "Crash" to analyze from an interpersonal communication perspective.
Movie Presentation Paper Overview This paper is to be written as a reflection paper on the move you select from the provided options.
Specific questions are asked pertaining to each of the movies and it is expected that you answer completely in essay form. Use analysis and offer insight into the concepts of the course by noting examples from the movie. Learning Objectives The student will be able to recognize, understand, and manage communication concepts which occur in our daily living situations.
The student will analyze one 1 film of their choice and choose one 1 question about the film as it relates to various specified communication concepts necessary to achieve the goal of this assignment. Some films will have more than one question. If there is more than one question choice, the student should choose one 1 of the two 2 questions to answer.
If there is only one question, then that is the question the student will need to answer for that film. Where to submit your paper After viewing this module of instruction, write your paper and save your file as a Word document.
Go back into your Speech course site in Blackboard and click on the "Movies" course menu button on the left hand side of the page. After clicking on the "Movies" button, go to the assignment submission tool entitled "Movie Paper Assignment" and click on the title, which is a link to submit your paper.
From within the "Movie Paper Assignment" link you will then be able to upload and attach your paper as if you were attaching a file to an email. Afer browsing and selecting the paper on your computer for submission, please make sure you click on the "Attach File" button. If you do not click the "Attach File" button your assignment will not be attached and therefore will not be submitted.
This is a crucial step, so please do not forget it. Assignment Requirements The following pages in this module contain an overview of the possible movies you can choose for this assignment.
Each page contains an image, a video of the trailer and two questions. After reviewing the possible choices, select a movie. Your assignment is to write a three 3 to five 5 page paper. The paper should respond to one 1 of the two 2 questions listed on your film overview page.
Required Content The content of the response paper should include: Clear identification of the question you are answering in the introduction. Discussion of the scene s and characters.
Definition of concepts and a discussion of how it impacts the scene. Explanation of your response with dialogue and details.
Facts from authorities and other published information. Required Format Your assignment should adhere to the following format requirements: Additional resources to help with proper MLA or APA formatting are available to you in the right-hand sidebars of this module.
Citations - If you use a quotation from the textbook, put the citation in parentheses with the page number. Dialogue - When quoting dialogue from the movie, be as accurate as you can and always describe behavioral examples specifically.
Give specific behaviors in your response as well as definitions of the concepts. Erin Brockovich Questions 1. Offer examples of how she sees herself and how she portrays herself to others.
Is Erin a competent communicator?In other words, make sure you understand the purpose of your communication and what you are trying to achieve when you communicate. Then pay attention to your word choice and consider how your words might be interpreted by others.” (Sole, , Ch.
, pp. 9) References Haggis, P. (Director).
(). Crash [Film]. Los Angeles: Bob Yari /5(1). "Crash" is a movie that exposes different kinds of social and multicultural differences, giving us a quick example of how these conducts affect our society.
Two of the behaviors observed, are Prejudice and Stereotyping.
Identified as the causes of where all the events eradicate. These behaviors are. This movie follows the lives and relationships of several characters in the city of Los Angeles.
Characters who “crash” into one another with such astonishing coincidence that it makes you realize how each and every interaction can have an impact on future events. Crash and Interpersonal Communication "Crash" () For my analysis I choose to look into the movie, "Crash" directed by Paul Haggis.
It is a story that takes place in Los Angeles where a handful of peoples lives intertwine as they deal with tense racial differences while living in the city.
"Crash" is a movie that exposes different kinds of social and multicultural differences, giving us a quick example of how these conducts affect our society. Two of the behaviors observed, are Prejudice and Stereotyping.
Identified as the causes of where all the events eradicate. These behaviors are. Crash and Interpersonal Communication "Crash" () For my analysis I choose to look into the movie, "Crash" directed by Paul Haggis. It is a story that takes place in Los Angeles where a handful of peoples lives intertwine as they deal with tense racial differences while living in the city.