This essay focuses on observations from your interpretations. The Grading Your paper is worth 5 points on your overall grade. It will be graded on the following criteria. Choose a scene from the movie you have watch.
The Purpose You have been asked to analyze a movie as an assignment in order to enhance your observation skills and become more aware of any preconceptions and judgments that we may have expressed in an automatic way.
The features of the situation and the person can influence behavior. This analyses will allow you to observe your findings closely and repeatedly and then present your findings in a paper. The Grading Your paper is worth 5 points on your overall grade. It will be graded on the following criteria. Choose a scene from the movie you have watch.
The Analysis Watch ‘The Social Dilema’ which shows a social interaction between 2 or more individuals. Write a 3 pages APA format paper, divide sections by clearly marking them and make sure you devote. Your writing on the analysis of the scene rather than the description of the scene.
(1) Setting description: Note. Try to separate your objective observations from your interpretations (or implicit, automatic judgments). As an example don’t say “a nice house” or “cheap jewelry”. Ask yourself what makes the house seem inviting or how you know that the jewelry is junk, etc. You may make inferences (e.g., “the neighborhood is wealthy”) only if you’ve given evidence for them (e.g., “the late-model cars are polished and dent-free, the houses each have 4 garages stalls and the yards have no weeds).
Thoughtful discussion with attentive partners will help. Describe the “big picture”: the setting’s general location (e.g., American city, forest). The approximate year, season, and time of day. The weather (e.g., bright sunshine, raining)
Create a setting map that includes all of the visible setting details and the location of the major characters in the scene. Mention only the more important elements in the text of your paper. Describe the main characters’ costumes If relevant, briefly mention any music. Other sounds besides dialogue (type, volume, tempo, etc.) and any unusual camera angles. (2) Character description: