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- Identify which concepts are covered on your linking texts and media homework.
- Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
- Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
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Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:
- Meaning in visual media
- Meaningful processes and products in the arts
- Meaning in performance art
- Responses to other art forms in writing
- Literature and related questions about humanity
1. Finding Meaning in Visual Media: Strategies & Examples
You know how to read a book. But do you know how to 'read' a painting? In this lesson, you'll get some strategies for interpreting visual media like painting, sculpture, and photography.
2. Experiencing and Interpreting the Arts: Looking at Process & Product
In this lesson, we'll consider how your knowledge of art can help you better understand and enjoy it. We'll look at the way that an interpretation of art depends on knowing its context and the process behind it.
3. Rhetorical Devices in the Oral Tradition
Have you ever kept someone from telling a story because you felt you could tell it better? Or maybe you'd love to be known for your ability to bring people in when you relate an event? Chances are you'll want to know about rhetorical devices.
4. Understanding Performance Art: Finding the Thesis, Narrative & Meaning
Learn how to 'read' a performance the same way you would read a book or story. In this lesson, we'll discuss strategies for identifying thesis, narrative, and meaning in the performing arts.
5. How to Write in Response to Other Art Forms
In this lesson, we'll look at the similarities and differences between writing about literature and writing about other art forms. We'll consider some of the qualities of good responses and some approaches to take when writing a response.
6. How to Write a Movie Script
Learn the principles of screenwriting. This lesson explores the style and format screenwriters use to tell stories for the screen. We will learn how to evoke make-believe worlds using visual language and craft three-dimensional characters.
7. How to Write a TV Script
If you are trying to work on your ideal TV script, it can be daunting to be thinking of lighting, characters, and plot. This is a layout on how to break down the process of writing a TV Script effectively.
8. How to Write a Script for a Play
Writing a script for a play requires inspiration and a clear understanding of how to tell a story that won't put the audience to sleep, make them walk out, or shake their heads in confusion.
9. How to Write a Comic Book Script
Comic books involve text and images, and writing a comic book script means understanding how to think both textually and visually. This lesson will help you get started on realizing your comic book script idea.
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