Children of a Lesser God: Background of Communication Disorder (Movie Review Sample)
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Four 2-3 page movie reviews of how well a communication disorder is portrayed in the movie you are writing about. You may choose which four movies to review. The review is due in the class following the class that covered the topic of the movie you are analyzing. Reviews should include a brief synopsis of the movie, brief background of the communication disorder and a brief evaluation of the effectiveness of the portrayal of the communication disorder in the movie.
CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
The plot of this movie is centered on Sarah and James who are two physiologically different people with different opinions on deafness. Sarah is a cleaning woman who has been deaf from birth and has resided at the school since the age of five. On the other hand, James is a speech teacher at a State School for the Deaf. He is bright and articulate, but struggles throughout the play to understand the “other language” of Sarah and her deaf counterparts. Throughout the movie Sarah maintains the position of the ‘deaf' by adamantly refusing to learn ASL. Later she falls for James and the two marry despite many warnings and premonition that their marriage won't work. Orin, another deaf student wants to lead a revolution on the deaf and enlists Sarah to help her win a case against the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for having few deaf teachers. A statement in Sarah's speech upsets James and the two-separate unwilling to reconcile their differences.
Background of Communication Disorder
Deafness is the condition of lacking the power of hearing or having impaired hearing. It is commonly classified into mild, moderate, severe or profound depending on the severity of the condition. Loss of hearing is classified according to the person's ability to hear sounds of varying levels of decibels. Hearing level can be measured for pure tone sounds, as well as for speech sounds, and can be reported for both ears (bilateral) or for each ear individually (unilateral) CITATION Coc \l 1033 (Cochle
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