Scholarly Paper: Driving Miss Daisy
Scholarly Paper (Your work must align with SLOs 2, 4, 5 & 7)
1. This paper will be based on watching the movie “Driving Miss Daisy”
2. Remember to use APA format with title page, running head, citations and reference, Times New Roman, 12 pt.
3. Be sure to include a conclusion/summary at the end of the video report.
4. The paper should be at least 7 pages long including title and reference pages.
5. Use at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed Journal references to support your perspectives.
The paper will be graded based on the attached Evaluation of Undergraduate Scholarly Paper rubric
Alter carefully watching the movie, write a scholarly report. You may have to view the movie a second time in order to complete a critical analysis. The analysis should examine trans-cultural concepts identified in the movie. The movie is available in Course Materials.
Part I: Analyze the movie, dissecting it into its basic elements:
1. Plot (basic situation, conflicts, climax, and resolution
2. Characters (protagonists/antagonists, dynamic/static)
4. Point of view
6. Symbolism (deeper meaning)
Part II: Express your opinion of the movie. Critique the part(s) of the movie that left a positive and/or negative impression with you; provide specific examples. Provide reasons for your critique.
Part III: Compare and contrast two characters of differing cultures in the movie. How were they similar, How were they different,
Part IV: Summarize your discussion, including lessons learned, with concrete trans-cultural examples, from viewing the movie.