BASED ON CHAPTER 9 Movie is Silver Lining Play-bookLINK : https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Survey_of_Communication_Study/Chapter_9_-_Interpersonal_CommunicationPLEASE LOOK AT ALL ATTACHED FILESSCENE ANALYSIS
After each life experience assignment and class discussion, these chapter concepts and terms will be further reinforced through a series of scene interpretations from a chosen movie.
Each chapter assigned to this work will have a list of several terms or concepts to choose from (number to be determined in class) in movie handout listed on in course documents section of BB.
There will be four chapters that will have a scene analysis assignment. Each chapter analysis is worth 10 points.
Students will choose number of determined terms or concepts and define them from the chapter in textbook. Only definitions from the textbook can be used. Definitions must be written verbatim as it appears in chapter. Step by step instruction on how to do this assignment is in BB section called course documents. Chapter 9 Inter personal Communication Movie is Silver Lining Play-bookSelf – DisclosureCommunication ClimateConfirming ClimateDisconfirming ClimateIf choosing Communication Climate question, need to first define what is Communication Climate. Then define confirming and disconfirming climate. Then choose scenes that illustrated BOTH confirming and disconfirming climates. Once all these steps are done, analyze the scenes using words from definition of both terms confirming and disconfirming climate. Romantic development stagesNo Interaction Invitational Communication Explorational Communication Intensifying Communication Revising Communication CommitmentIf choosing this questions you will need to choose two characters going through these stages. First define each stage, then support observation that the characters are going through these stages with appropriate scene support and analysis using the words from the each stages definition. Conflict Conflict as DestructiveConflict as Productive Before going further with this question, define what conflict is and the above two broad perspectives of conflict. Then choose two characters going through an emotional rollercoaster. Once this is established view TYPES of CONFLICT (page 152). There are 5 Types of Conflict: Affective, Of Interest, Of Value, Cognitive and Goal. Define each one and choose a scene or scenes where your characters are going through 2 of them. Analyze these conflict interactions using the words from the definitions of the 3 types of conflict. The post scene analysis chapter 9