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ELA 20-2 Visual Reflection

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Ellie Glassman

on 2 April 2013

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Transcript of ELA 20-2 Visual Reflection


English Language Arts 30–2
Visual Reflection Assignment, June 2008
Example Scored Excellent (E) English Language Arts 30–2
Visual Reflection Assignment, June 2009
Example Scored Excellent (E) Visual Reflection
Diploma Exemplars survivor and his home following an earthquake in Yinghua, China. A Some Muslim women in the surf in Algeria. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS? BODY LANGUAGE?
AGE OF SUBJECT? Sense of ORDER? DISORDER FOCAL POINT? COLOURand SHADES?
Atmosphere?
Mood and Tone? WHAT IS BEING DEPICTED? SYMBOLISM of water
and colour? FACIAL EXPRESSIONS? Clothing of SUBJECTS? WHAT IS BEING DEPICTED?

Focal point?
Mood and Tone? BODY LANGUAGE? What are the various
types of photography? Photojournalism: The art or practice of communicating news by photographs. What purpose can
photos serve? Visual Reflection can be: *personal
*critical
*creative Main message: perserverance in the face of tragedy. Strong intro: Draws reader in; tells what will be discussed in paper. References details from photo to support message. Strong conclusion: restates main message without redundancy (saying the exact same thing again). Visual Reflection Writing a
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