What the statements of communication and relationships

This is an assignment that focuses on what the statements of communication and relationships. The aim is to also determine the goal of the paper and topic.

What the statements of communication and relationships

Introduction 1. Firstly, in your first paragraph Begin with a few general statements about ideas relevant to your paper, such as a few statements about communication, relationships, conflict, public speaking, organizations, etc. Whatever your paper’s topic, lead into it for the reader. Indicate the film that you will analyze. Next, clearly explain your goals for this paper. In other words, what is this paper’s thesis? What is the purpose of this paper? What will it accomplish? Also, what will your paper explain and illustrate about the communication seen in this film? Lastly, end your introduction with a preview of the main points of your paper. Your main points will be the terms that you will apply and also analyze in the film.

2. Second paragraph – briefly summarize the film (about 4-5 sentences) Body (For each paragraph in the Body, do these in this order):

1. Define and also explain one or several terms that you have researched fully. As you define your terms, be sure to cite evidence (quote) from your textbook and your journal articles. Describe how the term is demonstrated in your film. For example, here is where you explain how the characters in your film demonstrate “depth of self-disclosure,” “conflict,” “groupthink,” or some other term. Be sure to provide examples from the film, and be sure to explain yourself fully. This becomes your analysis of their communication.

Use a transition to move the reader to your next paragraph. Repeat these steps until you have enough content to meet the assignment guidelines for the page requirement. HINT: Try organizing your paper chronologically to match the order of the film. Conclusion Provide a summary of the main points of your paper. Close your paper with a few comments on the importance of competent communication.

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