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Film Criticism as Student Development Theory

or, How I Learned to Stop Generalziing Student Experience and Discover Individuals
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Adam Callahan

on 27 March 2014

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Transcript of Film Criticism as Student Development Theory

Film Criticism as Student Development Theory;
or, How I Learned to Stop Generalizing Student Experience and Discover Individuals
Pick a partner/New best friend!
Each person talk about your favorite movie(s)
Why is it your favorite?
What about the characters appeal to you?
Does it make you feel all the feels?
Story Time!
Bad Story Time!
Film Crit Hulk's Big Seven: Rules of Character Development
What does this character need?
How do those wants and needs conflict with each other within the character?
How do they conflict with the outside world?
How do they conflict with other characters ?
How does the character change through those conflicts and how does the resolution affect them?
What impact does that change have on everyone else?
What does this character want?
Film Crit Hulk's Big Seven: Rules of Character Development
What does this character need?
How do those wants and needs conflict with each other within the character?
How do they conflict with the outside world?
How do they conflict with other characters ?
How does the character change through those conflicts and how does the resolution affect them?
What impact does that change have on everyone else?
What does this character want?
Adam's Big Seven Rules of Connecting with Student Experiences
What does this student want from this interaction?
What does this student need from this interaction?
How is this interaction positively impacting their relationship with peers?
How is this affecting their experience on our campus?
How will this interaction affect their overall development as a person?
How can I, as a professional, place their experience in their context and not my own?
How can I individualize this experience for the student?
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