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Art and Design, Week 1

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Roland Muller

on 22 July 2018

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Transcript of Art and Design, Week 1

Communication in Art, Design and Media
Course Overview
Key Terms
Genre
Text Types
Essay Structure
Paragraph structure
Topic Sentences
Supporting sentences
Concluding sentences
1100
Discrete items of language
conjunctions
Assessment
ASSIGNMENT 1:
Interpretive Writing Task (1200 words)
Due Week 5 (Weighting 20%)

ASSIGNMENT 2: Major Essay / Critical Review (2000 words)
Due Week 9 (Weighting 50%)

ASSIGNMENT 3: Presentation
Due Weeks 11, 12 or 13 (Weighting 30%)

become literate in your artistic endeavours
take notes
begin compiling glossaries for language associated with artistic practice
What you need to do
read widely/source your own material
use texts as models
connect and contextualise readings and knowledge
Essay questions
1. ASSIGNMENT 1:

Interpretive Writing Task (750 words)
Due Week 5, Friday 30th March (Weighting 20%)

In response to Walter Benjamin's 'The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility' (see Required Reading for week 1), you are required to:

1. Collaborate in pairs (or small groups) to identify key issues in the set text (we'll be doing this in class in week 2 and 3)

2. Discuss and take notes on the origin, influences and implications of these ideas

3. Use your notes and answers to individually write your own interpretation of the reading.

4. In 750 words, using academic English
Discuss the importance, meaning, and relevance of this reference.
Punctuation
Referencing and plagiarism
Communication Skills for Creative Disciplines
9113
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Essays
Exhibition reviews
Catalogue essays
Artist statements
Exhibition proposals
Exegesis
Reports
Academic style
appropriate vocabulary
nominalisation
supportive evidence and research
punctuation
Essay
academic style
linking & cohesion
theme and rheme
anaphoric referencing
Identify tasks
Thesis statements
Genre
text types
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
thesis statements
logical order
topic sentences
supporting sentences
concluding sentences
rephrasing
summarising
content
task
limit
topic
scope
r.muller@unsw.edu.au
appropriate structure
acknowledgement of sources
•Developing academic writing
•Developing strategies for better reading
•Developing critical thinking skills
•Producing and delivering effective
presentations
consolidate your learning of vocabulary and language
Argument
Expository
Problem solution
Comparison and contrast
transition signals
linking devices
ADAD1100
ADAD9113
Assessment Task 1

Title: Interpretive Writing Task

Weighting: 20 %

Due: Week 5, Friday 24th August, 7pm

Assessment type: Essay

Word count: 1200

Requires group work: No

Assessment summary:
This assignment aims to encourage close, critical reading practices and to evaluate your writing skills.

In response to Walter Benjamin's 'The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility' (see Required Reading for week 1), you are required to:

1. Collaborate in pairs or groups in class tutorials to identify key issues in the set text.

2. Discuss and take notes on the origin, influences and implications of these ideas.

3. Use your notes and answers to individually write your own interpretation of the reading.

4. In 800 words, using academic English, discuss the importance, meaning, and relevance of this reference.

5. Locate a contemporary art, design or media work in the public domain that makes reference to
Walter Benjamin's 'The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility'. Identify, provide a URL to the image and contextualise the art/design/media work. Then write 400 words within the 1200 available for this task analysing how Benjamin’s ideas have been used in this contemporary situation. How does Benjamin’s, 'The Work of Art in the Age of its Technological Reproducibility' still speak to this new situation?

your voice
paragraph structure
MESYL
do considered research
collect model tests for future reference
develop literacy in your field
take effective notes
compile glossaries
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