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1984 Post It Note Project
Transcript of 1984 Post It Note Project
The “Post-It Note
So, what is it all about?
A Post-it note is a piece of stationary with a re-adherable strip of adhesive on the back, designed for temporarily attaching notes to documents and to other surfaces: walls, desks, computer displays, and so forth.
A graphic novel is a narrative work in which the story is conveyed to the reader using comic form…It suggests a complete story that has a beginning, middle and end, as opposed to an ongoing series. It can also imply a story that is outside the genres commonly associated with comic books, or that deals with more mature themes.
Ah, but what does that have to do with 1984 exactly?
Analyze the role of Winston's journal writing and private reading in relation to the inner mystery of the book.
(Green Post It)
“A” — 150+ ‘stick-figure’ drawings on Post-It Notes / Index cards
“B” — 125 ‘stick figure’ drawings on Post-It Notes / Index cards
“C” — 100 ‘stick figure’ drawings on Post-It Notes / Index cards
Thursday, January 9th
20-40 panels that include visuals & narration/quotes/summary
Overall, a professional-looking submission
Images can be drawings, paintings, photography, and/or collage
Goals and Objectives:
Select key elements of the plot that best represent the theme of story to create a visual translation of the novel.
Understand and detail the complex relationship between Julia and Winston.
Capture the changes that establish Winston as a dynamic figure.
Reveal Winston's physical and emotional changes as a result of the 4 types of governmental control
(Orange Post It)
color & detail
use plenty of dialogue
Typically frames 5 per page
works if done
Pay attention to shading.
Be selective as far as color choices.