Briefly explain the concept being discussed (be sure I know

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To complete this assignment, you will be required to watch a full-length feature film. You should be watching not just for enjoyment, but on a critical level. You may choose one of the following movies to watch: 1) “Hitch” 2) “Trouble with the Curve” 3) “Forrest Gump” *Even if you have seen the movie you choose before, you MUST re-watch it to do an adequate job of writing this paper. You are to apply the multiple communication concepts we have discussed throughout this course to the movie. In other words, what you are doing is putting together theory (course concepts) about how communication plays a role in this movie. Specifically you are to choose one concept from each group on the next page in order to: 1. Briefly explain the concept being discussed (be sure I know you understand the concept you’re discussing—define, explain, give examples, etc). Use proper terminology from our course!! 2. Identify how you knew they existed in the movie (i.e. how did a character’s communication convey the concept being discussed)? Be specific. Use lines from the movie or describe the situation it is used in. 3. Your paper should be a minimum of 3 full pages in length and not exceed 5 pages. Depending on the concepts you choose to discuss, you very well may not be able to adequately discuss all three of them within three pages. You must have a cover page and use page numbers. Grading Criteria Mechanics: Is the paper typed (double spaced 12 point Times New Roman, w/ 1”margins)? Is there a title page (no, that doesn’t count towards the page requirement)? Have you proofread until the spelling, punctuation, and grammar are flawless? Are your pages numbered? Content: Have you briefly (yet coherently) explained each concept (theory) as well as how the concepts were communicated within the movie (application) in a reasonable, well thought out, creative, and insightful discussion with specific examples? In other words, if you choose to discuss nonverbal cues, what was being communicated with those cues?

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