What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.
Please watch the video from 11 to 22 minutes and answer the questions. The video can be online Start from the 11 minutes to 22 minutes and answer the questions based on what you watch
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Please watch the video from 11 to 22 minutes and answer the questions. The video can be online Start from the 11 minutes to 22 minutes and answer the questions based on
SOWK 317 Social Work Methods: Generalist Practice with Children and Families What’s Eating Gilbert Grape Worksheet 2: Application of Theory to Practice Perspectives Name ____________________________ Date ________________________ Utilize the information you have from viewing the video clips of “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” that we have seen so far to think about the various practice frameworks we are discussing in class. Get into groups of 3 to discuss the following questions. Each student will finish both sides of this worksheet and turn it in next class. This may be neatly handwritten or typed. Give an example of each of the following central concepts in Family Systems Theory from the segments of What’s Eating Gilbert Grape shown thus far in class. A change in one family member affects all of the family members. The family as a whole is more than the sum of its parts. Families try to balance change and stability. Family members’ behaviors are best explained by circular causality. A family belongs to a larger social system and encompasses many subsystems. A family operates according to established rules. Think about the Strengths Perspective. What risk and protective factors does each family member have based on what you have seen so far? Although you are just beginning to assess this family, how would you describe this family’s resiliency? Considering the Ecological or Person-in-Environment Perspective, describe your assessment of this family’s fit with the environment. Is one perspective sufficient to understand this family or do you need to utilize concepts from two or more? Why?