watch a romantic drama or romantic comedy movie. Pay attention to communication styles and conflict resolution.

watch a romantic drama or romantic comedy movie. Pay attention to communication styles and conflict resolution.
As adults, men are more likely to communicate about content or projects, whereas women are more likely to communicate about relationships and feelings. Was this consistent with what you observed during the movie? [4 points for Content rubric criteria]
Using Harriet Lerner’s ideas (see Chapter 5) about the various styles of managing anger, focus on the main couple from the movie.
Which character tends to be the pursuer or a distancer? How did they exhibit those styles? [4 points for Content rubric criteria]
An overfunctioner or an underfunctioner? How did they exhibit those styles? [4 points for Content rubric criteria]
A blamer or a blame taker? How did they exhibit those styles? [4 points for Content rubric criteria]
Rate each character on a scale from 1 (low) to 10 (high) on each of the dimensions discussed in Questions 1 – 3. Are they performing any dance based on these style differences? If so, how could they create a healthier dance? [4 points for Content rubric criteria]
Note: Although you should cite the romantic drama or romantic comedy movie, make sure to integrate a credible outside source.
Check-list
Include 1 course reference (i.e., the textbook or lecture)
Include 1 credible, outside source (i.e., something that you find on your own and not provided through the course site or prompt)
Use in-text citations
Include a reference list
Proof-read your work
Excellent
Followed all the directions for the assignment perfectly. The content of the paper is clearly connected to the prompt and demonstrates a strong understanding of the material. The written piece is appropriate and comprehensible, Overall, all the questions in the prompt have been answered and the arguments are well articulated. See prompt for how points are assigned per question. No direct quotes. -1pt for each direct quote
19 to >11.0 pts
Good
Followed most of the directions for the assignment perfectly. The content of the paper is mostly connected to the prompt and shows moderate understanding of the material. Overall, the majority of the questions in the prompt have been answered. While the arguments are discussed, the arguments are not well developed. See prompt for how points are assigned per question.
11 to >1.0 pts
Emerging
Did not follow directions for the assignment. The content of the paper is not connected to the prompt and does not demonstrate an understanding of the material. Overall, the questions in the prompt were not answered and the arguments are weak and not developed. See prompt for how points are assigned per question.
1 to >0 pts
No Marks
Not submitted within the allotted timeframe; The content of the paper is not related to the prompt.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReferences
6 to >5.0 pts
Excellent
Paper integrates 1 course reference (should be textbook or lecture) AND 1 peer-reviewed or credible online source (i.e., something that you find on your own and not provided through the course site or prompt). Including each required source earns 1 point and integrating information from each source earns 2 points.
5 to >3.0 pts
Good
Either only 1 course reference OR 1 peer-reviewed or credible online source was integrated into the paper.
3 to >1.0 pts
Emerging
Missing course reference and peer-reviewed or credible online source, OR includes an outside source but it is not credible.
1 to >0 pts
No Marks
Not submitted within the allotted timeframe
6 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWord Count
5 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The paper is at least 300 words. 1 point deduction for every 50 missing words.
4 to >3.0 pts
Good
The paper is between 200-299 words.
3 to >1.0 pts
Emerging
The paper is between 100-199 words.
1 to >0 pts
No Marks
Not submitted within the allotted timeframe. The paper is less than 100 words.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA
4 to >3.0 pts
Excellent
The paper includes in-text citations (2 pts) and a reference list (2 pts) with minimal APA errors.
3 pts
Emerging
The paper does not include in-text citations or a reference list OR the APA formatting has serious errors (missing author names or year of publication).
3 to >1.0 pts
Good
The paper includes either in-text citations or a reference list with minimal APA errors OR the APA formatting has serious errors (missing author names or year of publication).
1 to >0 pts
No Marks
Not submitted within the allotted timeframe; Missing in-text citations and reference list.
4 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar/ Spelling/ Writing/ Style
5 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
Free of grammatical and spelling errors that prevent comprehension
4 to >3.0 pts
Good
The writing is not well constructed; 2-3 typos or awkward sentence structure (doesn’t look proof-read).
3 to >1.0 pts
Emerging
3-5 typos, grammatical error, and/or poor sentence structure
1 to >0 pts
No Marks
Not submitted within the allotted timeframe; 5+ typos grammatical error, and/or poor sentence structure
5 pts

QUICK QUOTE

Approximately 250 words