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Create a 15-slide presentation about the ways communication concepts are illustrated the films Easy Rider and To Kill a Mockingbird (linked below). Touch on the concepts from the attached references including interpersonal communication, conflict, and encoded messages. Discuss freely-joined and a born-into culture, using examples from both films.
Step 1: Review the notes you took while watching the two films.
Step 2: Plan your slides. Reflect on your notes and what you observed in the two films. Turn your notes into 15 slides which clearly demonstrate concepts from the references including interpersonal communication, conflict, and encoded messages, as well as the differences between a freely-joined and a born-into culture.
Begin with a title slide.
Plan on three to five related ideas per slide.
Incorporate at least one reference slide.
Step 3: Build your slides.
Use these guidelines to create professional-looking slides:
Head each slide with a meaningful subtitle
Use bulleted lists instead of paragraphs
Include three to five core points in each slide and mark each point with a separate bullet
Use sub-bullets to mark sub points
Adjust font sizes as needed, but as a rule, use sizes larger than 20 point
Use relevant images to enhance your slides
Cite dialogue from the films
Cite from the relevant communications theories you are applying to your analysis (use in-text citations)
Leave ample white space
Include an APA-formatted references page