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This assessment is an individual presentation in PowerPoint using this template: Individual Task Template. (uploaded) Your Task Using appropriate measures, analysis and techniques*, your task is to describe the key sources of information on the performance of the business you work within, (or one you are familiar with). ? Your analysis should cover the scope of business performance information discussed in the module so far. ? When designing your presentation, always refer to the requirements in the rubric (below). ? Excluding your title slide and reference section (which should be on a separate slide) the maximum presentation length is 10 slides. *You should have encountered the measures, analysis and techniques in all six of your core modules, or any other source provided it is referenced. Guidelines ? The submission format is PowerPoint. This means your submission is intended to be viewed as a presentation and should be designed accordingly. o If you were in the audience, would it look appealing and clear? Are the graphics relevant? ? Do not reproduce generic examples of analysis tools and models. Make whatever you use specific to the organisation and issue you are presenting on. ? Do not forget your references. No references – no substantiation. No substantiation – no argument. No argument – no marks. ? Amongst other things, the rubric calls for Logical and practical recommendations for action’. Therefore, unless your business performance information is perfect, there is room for improvement.
scene, you can hear Estella bragging about her home and the expensive qualities and decorations in her home. She talks about the interior decorative details from foreign places and how exquisite everything in her home was. She also begins to talk to him in French and obviously Finn is not as culturally inclined to understand French. She also brings up the fact that she has a gardener working at her house doing all of the outdoor work. Finn comes from a family where they do not have money to just waste on a gardener. This shows how she talks without regard to others, and she doesn’t take into account the fact that Finn probably does not understand what she is saying, nor can he relate to things like having people working in the home. She is in her own little privileged world, and does not understand that not everyone is as privileged as she is. Estella also talks to Finn as if she is talking down to him. She does not talk to him with the same regard that she might regard other wealthy individuals with. The last, and most important, cinematic element that was prevalent throughout the movie and this scene sequence is the color green. The color green is such a prominent color in symbolizing wealth, as money is green. In this sequence Miss Dinsmoor is dressed in green head to toe, symbolizing her excessive wealth. Estella is also seen wearing a green skirt. Throughout this scene sequence you can see how the underlying colors can bring to the surface these themes throughout the movie. Money motivates everything that goes on in this movie, and to make it more prominent the directors work to make it obvious that all the characters are wearing green and that the scenes are constantly focused on the color green. In conclusion, these cinematic elements within the film adaptation of Great Expectations reveal many underlying rhetorical meanings. Until being asked to recognize the cinematic elements of the movie, one would not have recognized them, nor would they have been as prevalent. There were 4 important thematic and cinematic elements that bring forth the theme of wealth in the movie: the actor placement, the camera angles, the dialogue, and the color green.>GET ANSWER