Write an analysis of PLANNING or related issues. Your content grade will be based on your assessment of aspects of planning or related points put forth in the movie. DO NOT write a summary – assume the reader has seen the movie. Also check your errors corrected on your first paper to make sure you don’t repeat them again. Paper should be (as before) 3-4 pages double spaced, font size 12. Email the TAs with any questions. The steps from paper one still apply: 1. Think of a position on a major planning or related issue you would like to analyze for the movie. 2. Think of 2-4 statements that support your position. 3. In your intro paragraph, clearly state your position (identified in #1) and briefly mention your supporting statements (#2). 4. Each paragraph after your intro should be dedicated to explaining ONE of your supporting statements. You may use specific examples from the movie to provide further support and evidence. 5. Write a concluding paragraph that essentially wraps up your position, and ideally provides sheds sort of new light based on the arguments provided in the body of the paper. 6. Make sure to include a class reading CITE THE READINGS!
Film name: As it is in Heaven
This is a movie that deals with two different cultures, urban and rural. You will note the differences are too strong and should be able to compare the two with your own cultural experience here. Some planning issues are:
1) Neighborhood / Community environment
2) Urban and rural; Distinction between the two cultures
3) Individual freedom in rural communities
4) Everybody is too close in rural communities
5) Neighborhood support or lack of support
PLEASE USE UPLOADED MATERIALS AS SOURCES!! You can use other sources but make sure the uploaded materials outnumber the materials from outside sources. PLEASE DO NOT SUMMARIZE! I will also upload the grading rubric please follow that. We want your analysis of the film on issues relating to planning, design, environment, culture, and/or society. DO: – WRITE a paper with a clear structure, that has an introduction, body and conclusion. – THINK critically about the issues portrayed in the movies and read the supporting articles on Blackboard to get a better grip on issues. – CHECK the guidelines and the example papers posted on Blackboard’s Course Information tab to have a better idea of what a good paper looks like. – CITE your sources if you chose to use other information – Otherwise it will be considered as plagiarism – BECOME FAMILIAR with the term “Urban Planning” if you need to. – USE proper language, grammar and punctuation. DON’T: – DON’T use 1st person or statements that refer to your personal opinion, for example: “I think”, “I believe”, “I noticed”, “In my opinion”, etc. This is an analysis paper of issues portrayed in the films, NOT your personal opinion of the movie – DON’T use 2nd person statements, for example: “YOU have to”, “When YOU see…” or anything containing the word “YOU” / “YOUR”. These kind of statements make your papers sound informal and less than academic. – DON’T summarize the films, we’ve all seen them, get straight to the issues analysis part. – DON’T review the films, that is not the purpose of the paper. – DON’T use contractions (he’s, it’s, didn’t, etc.) Spell it out (he is, it is, did not, etc) – DON’T waste your time writing about cinematographic styles or the “planning” of the movie itself. This class is called Urban Planning 200: Cities in Cinema, therefore any papers addressing these topics will automatically receive a failing grade, since it will be assumed that the student has ignored the guidelines and completely missed the point of the class itself.
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