Each student will hand in a group analysis report that will include a description of how their group interacted and an explanation of the group’s interactions. This report will draw on the concepts and ideas from Chapters 9 and 10 in the Nelson and Quick book. For example, you may want to discuss the group’s interactions in terms of the group’s norms of behavior, group cohesion, social loafing (was there any?), loss of individuality, group development, etc. These statements should be analytical rather than descriptive in nature. In other words, do not submit a description of events. Rather analyze your group’s development and interactions in terms of the concepts and theories as outlined in the book. Thorough group evaluations will be between 3 and 5 pages long.
You can just make up any random interactions that go with the power point slides in Ch.9 & 10 (FILES ATTACHED)
*** Note there were 4 of us in my group.