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Must answer question. nothing fancy use your own words
One of the unit concepts focuses on discussing ideas in an organized way. This requires you to ask questions and listen to the answers, not just state your own ideas. In what ways have you seen this happen (or not happen) in the film you selected (please list the movie) and in your life?
After answering this question, post at least one question of your own that focuses on other concepts discussed in Chapters 1 and 2 and that was a part of the film.
Repond to these 2 people
1. the decision making process requires you to ask questions within yourself. Why am I doing this? Why am I doing it this way? If it’s deciding what my major in college will be we have to first ask ourselves how this will benefit us in the short term and the long term. Using this example for myself, my current major is Fire Science. When I first registered for college my major was Public Safety but reviewing my employers requirements for promotional opportunities I changed it. Researching the credits I previously had I needed to change my major to Fire Science so I would be eligible for my next promotional exam. (short term). Looking forward, a degree in Public Safety will open up employment opportunities when my fire department career is over. So I will most likely change my major or add it to the current to achieve that goal. (long term). In the movie The Blind Side Michael had to make a decision on which college he wanted to attend. His parents had their choice and he felt very influenced by that but ultimately it was his choice on what the best fit for his future would be. He struggled with this and had conversations with Miss Sue and others. Also Leigh Anne had her own choices to make whether to bring Michael into her family knowing that it could be a struggle for everyone.
Staying with the decision making process, what types of decision have you had to make in your life and did you use the process that is in Chapter 1 or a different process? What was your outcome?