Intercultural Communication: Michael is from a different race. Therefore his interaction not only with his new family but others in the public or school is not friendly. When he goes to school for the first time other students avoid him.
Self Concept: Ann Tuohy meets criticism from her friends as to what she is doing with a black boy she actually calls her son. She tells them why Michael needs foster family. Michael on the other hand despite his poverty and not an academic giant is determined for success from any angle of life. His determination in life makes him utilize the opportunity he got and became successful both academically, sports and social life.
Perceptual Accentuation: Before he was adopted Michael Oher saw the world as a punishment denying him opportunities he dreamt of such as being a footballer. Sean Tuohy never believed the boy will make it through life from how he was in terms of education.
Listening: The two important teachers of Michael Miss Sue and his history teacher gave a close listening to both Ann Tuohy and Michael. This made Michael’s academic life improve.
Verbal Communication (feedback): The first time Michael was showed a place to sleep he did not accept, Ann was amazed and showed him a bedroom option. Surprised Ann; she did not expect Michael to complain but he did.
Non Verbal communication: Michael is not talkative. Before the accident scene he gave Sean Junior an eye and hand gestures to ask her mom allow them go out with the car. More gestures could be used in school and sports scenes.
Relationship development: This is the winning part in this movie. Michael is adopted and copes well with the white family. Collins Tuohy refers him as his brother in disbelief of her friend. The relationship between Sean Junior and Michael was that of brotherhood. Michael became an asset to the family much of which was unexpected oh him.
Adjustment: Micheal Oher had to learn how to adjust to his new family, and...