Identify, analyze, and discuss the relationship between the visual (e.g., media images, painting, film, graphic arts) and the verbal in media and explain how the elements support or conflict with each other. 0601.7.2
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- Elements of Messages - lesson plan - explore various media include literary, artistic or visual, and technical elements to convey messages to audiences. Students analyze and compare various media elements.
- The Function of Images in Text - The lesson will focus on three major ways - as example, as evidence, and as expression - that images can be used in a text.
- Images As Persuasion - images can be used to convey messages that may influence an audience
- Media Elements - chart format of questions to ask when evaluating media.
- Retrieving the Visual via the Verbal - PDF slide show presentation online discussing this topic.
- Technical Tips on Presenting - [48 slides] includes suggestions on the use of color and remarks about audience members who may be color blind to some degree
- When Typography Speaks Louder Than Words - An article that will discuss a range of examples, such as verbal language that inspires and shapes visual treatment to visual language that dominates verbal meaning.
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