I ROBOTLAWS OF ROBOTICS-     Isaac Asimov   1. A robot may not injure a human being, or by its      inaction allow a human...
CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONCHARACTER / ACTOR         JOB / ANDROID OR   PERSONALITY   MAJOR                          HUMAN      ...
ELEMENT OF SCIENCE FICTION    MOVIE /   EXAMPLE FROM YOUR MOVIE OR BOOK (PLOT                               BOOK     POINT...
MOVIE REFLECTIONS   1. Is change in the film for the      better?   2. What is the Science Fiction Issue      Being explor...
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  1. 1. I ROBOTLAWS OF ROBOTICS- Isaac Asimov 1. A robot may not injure a human being, or by its inaction allow a human being to come to harm. 2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the first law. 3. A robot must protect its own existence, as long as such protection does not conflict with the first or second Law.PLOTThe points from the plot have been jumbled. Number them according to how they occur in themovie.ORDER SCENE DESCRIPTION Spooner learns that Lanning gave Sonny the ability to keep secrets, in the form of dreams. Spooner is asked to investigate the death of Alfred Lanning (Cromwell), Lanning communicates through a holographic projector Lawrence Robertson (Greenwood) orders Calvin to destroy Sonny The government has all NS-5s decommissioned Spooner and Calvin sneak into the USR tower with the assistance The police and civilians battle the robots Spooner developed distrust for robots when he was chosen over a little girl in a car accident Spooner deduces that the only one left who could be responsible is VIKI Lanning realized what VIKI was planning and ordered Sonny to kill him as part of a plan to defeat the computer. He goes to the now dried-up Lake Michigan, which is being used as a storage area for defunct USR robots, and discovers that NS-5s are destroying the older robots. NS-5s begin imprisoning humans in their households 1
  2. 2. CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONCHARACTER / ACTOR JOB / ANDROID OR PERSONALITY MAJOR HUMAN ACTIONSWill Smith as. Del SpoonerBridget Moynahan as Dr.Susan CalvinAlan Tudyk as SonnyFiona Hogan as V.I.K.I.James Cromwell as Dr.Alfred LanningBruce Greenwood asLawrence Robertson 2
  3. 3. ELEMENT OF SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE / EXAMPLE FROM YOUR MOVIE OR BOOK (PLOT BOOK POINT, SETTING, CHARACTER OR TECHNOLOGYCONTAINS A REALISTICELEMENT OFCURRENT SCIENCEEXTRAPOLATES THE IMPACT OFTHE TECHNOLOGY BY ASKINGWHAT IF … ABOUT THETECHNOLOGYINCLUDES HUMAN ELEMENTSOF THEIMPACTSCONTAINS A THEME ABOUT ASOCIAL ISSUE E.G. POLLUTIONSET IN THE FUTURE OR ADIFFERENT WORLD ORDIMENSIONSETS UP WORLDS WITHUTOPIAN AND DYSTOPIANELEMENTS 3
  4. 4. MOVIE REFLECTIONS 1. Is change in the film for the better? 2. What is the Science Fiction Issue Being explored? 3. What do you think of the Spooner’s actions? 4. What have you learnt about the Calvin from her actions? 5. Would you have done the same thing? Why/ Why not? 6. Does the writer have an optimistic or pessimistic view of the future? 7. Do you think the writer’s view of the future is accurate? Why 8. Do you enjoy this movie? Why / Why not?DOODLE A PIECE OF TECHNOLOGY THAT YOU SAW IN THE MOVIE 4

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