Before starting the film analysis, make sure you understand the difference between a plot summary and a film analysis. Your film analysis should have a clear intro, body, and conclusion. Your intro should include an attention getter, state that the paper is a film analysis, identify the film, include a brief plot summary, and preview the main points you will make about the film. The main points you make about the film should be relevant to intercultural communication. The body of your paper/film analysis can be organized in the same variety of ways a speech can be organized: chronologically, topically, cause/effect, etc. To make your paper easier to read you should choose categories of intercultural communication terms like cultural identity, managing others’ perceptions, and the model of communication, not random terms. If you choose an organizational pattern for your paper/film analysis, base your main points on categories of communication terms, and make sure your paragraphing reflects your main ideas and their support (examples, statistics, stories, comparisons, etc.) from the film, your paper will probably be very easy to read. The conclusion of your paper/film analysis should summarize your main points and provide sentimental closure for the paper. Resource Materials The film ______________________________. Watch it several times before attempting to analyze it. Video that describes the difference between summarizing a literary work and analyzing it. Communication between Cultures by Samovar, et al Other critiques of the film (Remember to cite the source of every critique you read.) Supporting Materials Definitions Examples Statistics Comparisons Stories Quotes from the film Expert testimony Your analysis should provide for the uninformed reader an understanding of the film and highlight intercultural communication theories and concepts evident in the film. The reader should learn as much about intercultural communication as they learn about the film. Understand that the purpose of film analysis in this class is to demonstrate an understanding of intercultural communication theory. Films are an excellent and exciting way to study human communication. Papers should be well written and all sources should be cited, including the film, your textbook, and all websites you visit. Intentional and unintentional plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the assignment and possibly the course. Double space your paper and use a 12 point Times New Roman font.
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