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HLTH 4523 Health & Aging Young @ Heart Reflection Assignment (1) Watch the Young @ Heart Film: You may check it out from the reserves at Chambers Library for 2 hours. The library has a TV and DVD player for your use. You must provide your own headphones. You may rent it (if available). (2) Review the following references: http://www.foxsearchlight.com/youngatheart/ http://www.youngatheartchorus.com/ [email protected] videos can also be found on YouTube. (3) Write a reflection paper responding to the following questions: What was your initial reaction to “old” people singing popular and classic rock songs? Which song was most meaningful to you? Why? Who was your favorite character in the movie? Why? You may choose only one character to discuss. Please give at least one specific example from the movie. What is your response to the way Bob Cilman directs chorus members? How do the
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Unformatted text preview: chorus members respond to him? How have audiences around the world responded to the chorus? Cite examples from the movie and interviews with chorus members, the director of the chorus, and the director of the movie. Describe how chorus members view death (their own and that of friends)? Cite specific examples in your response. How does this make you think about your own mortality? Have your attitudes toward aging changed as a result of viewing this film? Explain. Paper Format: Due: January 26, 2011, in class 2-3 pages typed, 12-point font, stapled APA format o APA exception: no cover page, place your name in the top right corner of the first page (4) Be prepared to discuss the movie in class on Wednesday, January 26 th ....
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