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Art and Design Week 5
Transcript of Art and Design Week 5
Surveying and predicting
• look at the introduction and conclusion of the text.
Glossaries, Dictionaries and Thesaurus
Communication in Art, Design and Media
Approaching a Text
Hermeneutics and Exegesis
Delete unnecessary or redundant words
Substitute super-ordinate terms/make categories
Create topic sentences
Engagement and preparation
Meaningful analysis and interpretation
Correct use of English
In the text taken from
by Gillian Rose highlight any words, devices or expressions that:
•aid in the movement from one sentence or idea to the next
•assist in making the text more cohesive
accurate and reliable
theory or approach
compare and contrast
Cornell Note-taking System
Survey and predict
What types of reading do you do?
Why are you reading?
Do you ask questions as you read?
- critical thinking
Do you read enough?
What might you be expected to read in the future?
What difficulties do you face?
How do you approach texts?
time it was written
headings and subheadings
text type or genre
•What do you think the text might be about?
•How does this reading relate to what I already know or have read?
• to become familiar with the content
• to begin to think about the overall tone and the author’s argument.
•work out the structure of the text
•locate the thesis
• look at the first and last sentence of each paragraph.
• look at key words and the topic sentence or conclusion of each paragraph.
• to locate something specific
• by moving your eyes over the text quite quickly with an aim in mind
choose texts that help achieve a purpose
to prepare for an exam
to form background understanding
to locate information
What questions do you want answered?
How will I use this information?
What arguments and evidence have I discovered?
What more do I need to support my arguments?
What have you discovered?
What does this new knowledge add to your understanding?
How have your ideas/opinions been influenced?
Do you now have a clearer understanding of the task ahead?