Instructions: Before beginning this assignment, be sure to watch the Week Five Videos. Then, number your responses and answer the questions below in your own words, using complete sentences. Make sure to answer all parts of each question and provide examples where needed. Your responses should NOT be copied directly from the book, they should be in your own words to demonstrate that you understand the material we’re covering this week. Completing this homework will help you significantly with the Week Five Quiz which is due by Sunday at midnight!
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Describe the two major functions groups must manage and discuss how these can create an equilibrium problem for a group. Describe how your group is handling each of these functions right now. Are they at an equilibrium? Or are you more focused on one than the other? Please explain.
Define primary, secondary, and tertiary tension, and give an example of each one. Along with your example, describe how you could manage each of these tensions if you experience them in your group this semester.
Describe each step of Tuckman’s Model of Group Formation. Don’t just list each stage directly from the reading, give an explanation in your own words of what happens in each step. What step do you think you are in with your group right now? What makes you think that?
What is the difference between a formal and an informal role? Give an example of each and describe how informal roles emerge in a group?
Describe the three main categories of informal roles in a group. What sort of informal role do you think you may take on this semester?
Describe the difference between rules and norms. How do norms develop in a group?
Explain what you would do if you notice a negative group norm forming in your group this semester and you want to change it. Let’s say for example that a member is consistently showing up late, or possibly there is a member in your group who always shows up to meetings, but while on Zoom they lean back in their chair and focus more on their phone than what is happening in your meeting.
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