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Linking Texts and Media for 12th Grade - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
Making a connection between texts and media can be a difficult task, but you can use these video lessons to help you. In this chapter, you'll learn about a variety of texts and media forms. These lessons were created by our expert instructors, who are available to answer any questions that you might have about this chapter or the lessons. Use these lessons to learn about:
- How meaning is transmitted through visual media
- Creating detailed written responses to different art forms
- How to interpret the components of performance art
- How rhetorical devices are used in oral works
|Finding Meaning in Visual Media: Strategies & Examples||Learn how to interpret meaning in visual media.|
|Experiencing and Interpreting the Arts: Looking at Process & Product||Discover how to differentiate between viewing a piece of art and valuing the skills needed to make a piece of art.|
|Rhetorical Devices in the Oral Tradition||Examine how rhetorical devices are used to convey and idea or support an argument within the oral tradition.|
|Understanding Performance Art: Finding the Thesis, Narrative & Meaning||Develop an understanding of how to interpret meaning in performance art.|
|How to Write in Response to Other Art Forms||Learn how to compose reflective responses to various art forms.|
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.
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Other chapters within the 12th Grade English: Credit Recovery course
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- Conventions in Writing: Effective Usage
- Punctuation in Writing
- Elements of Grammar
- Capitalization & Spelling
- British Prose for 12th Grade
- British Poetry for 12th Grade
- British Plays for 12th Grade
- Works by African American Writers
- American Prose for 12th Grade
- American Drama for 12th Grade
- Literary Terms for 12th Grade
- Essay Writing for 12th Grade