Question1 of 1Read all of the directions for Part I and Part II carefully before you start your work. Note: The groups referred to in this course are task groups where group communication rolesare played to increase the effectiveness of the communication in the groups. This isnotthesame as a group of people who are doing their jobs and their workplace roles are their job titles.Please contact your instructor if you have any questions about this.Part I.Watch the following videoclip from a past episode of the prime time television show "Big BangTheory."The clip shows part of an episode that focuses on a group of people who are group members ina specific group communication situation. Take notes while you watch the show so that you cannotice and recall who played group communication Task-related Roles, group communicationMaintenance Roles, and any group communication Negative Roles. Your notes in Part I shouldbe integrated into your answers to the assignment questions in Part II.It is important for your answers to show evidence of your understanding of key concepts in thislesson, based on key concepts in lesson 4. You do not have to focus on identifying andexplaining only good examples of group communication roles. You can also show evidence ofyour learning by identifying and explaining group members who are not doing a good job ofplaying a specific group communication role.Note: This assignment is not referring to communication that occurs because of people'spersonalities or job skills. Please refer to Chapter 14.2 in your online textbook for specific groupcommunication roles.Part II.Read the following five questions. Write the answers to the questions, review your work, andsubmit your answers. Integrate the key concepts and key terms from this lesson into youranswers.The answer to each question should be approximately 6 to 10 sentences in length. You shouldwrite your responses in complete sentences free of spelling and grammatical errors. Pleasetype your answers in a Word document and then paste your answers below each question inthe space provided.