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Film Response You will be expected to write a short, typed response (1-2 pages; 1 page = single spaced/2 pages = double spaced) summarizing your thoughts in response to each of the films we view in the course, and to turn this in the following class. The response paper should not simply be a description of the film’s content, but should link it to the themes and questions of the course and include any personal reflections you may have about the film. Analyze the film in terms of its meaning, implications, and its significance. Your analysis and interpretation must draw on the research, concepts, and/or theories discussed in the course. Each response paper will be worth 20 points; you will be graded for meeting the
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Unformatted text preview: requirements for the content of the paper. Grading Criteria = papers not turned in or paper which evinces no effort or adherence to instructions. 13 and below = paper only included summary of the film; included no analysis or application of readings/lectures 14-15 = fair analysis of the film but little evidence that the student was using readings/lectures for analyzing/interpreting the film. 16-17 = good analysis of the film and adequate understanding of the readings and the lectures in analyzing/interpreting the film. 18-20 = Film is well documented and excellent understanding and application of the readings/lectures for analyzing/interpreting the film....
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