Task Group Mission Statement

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Overall, the task group (group mission statement, puppet show, choreographed skit) experience was very fun. I really enjoyed the extent to which creativity played into each of the group tasks. I honestly do not know how this experience would have went if not for the adventurousness of it all. I say this because there were quite a bit of issues that I experienced between myself and some of the other group members. However, before going into depth on those issues, I would like to begin discussing my roles within the task group process. The roles in my particular group were chosen based on each group member’s individual personality. This factor can best be recognized within the social justice choreographed skit. For example, I am a rather quiet…show more content…
In this particular task group, I would say status played a very slight role in the group process, if any at all. On behalf of the social justice skit, the mission statement reveal, and the puppet show, neither of these activities were serious enough to trigger status differences between our group members. While some roles were more intense than others, and power differences were present, status barely played a role in our group. Moving on to communication and interaction patterns, I would have to give the group a very low rating for this. While our mission statement was to listen and cooperate with one another, cooperation was decent, but there was some issues with my group’s listening ears. I mentioned before how two of the group members had an issue with my reserved personality, and reacted to the difference in a rude manner. In the end, everything worked out, but during the process, interaction was fairly poor, and communication could have been more courteous and…show more content…
As a group, we chose to propose a skit that reenacted the death penalty, and we wanted it to look as accurate as possible. The skit would involve a black man undergoing the death penalty as two white women watched through the glass and made judgmental comments. Immediately following the skit would be a choreographed short song addressing the issue of social justice. In order to perform this particular skit, we had to plan in a very creative manner. First and foremost, we needed to choose our roles, followed by our lines, necessary materials/tools, and the choreography of the ending
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