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From textual to visual
What is PROPAGANDA? Examples of propaganda in Ch. 3:
Setting: Where the action is taking place. Actions: Who is doing what. Characters: Who is part of the battle. What happens to each person.
Lighting: Bright = good Dark = bad. Placement: Center is focus (the most important action or figure). Symbols: ex. White Knight = hero.
Facial Expression: What each character is feeling/ thinking. Background: General feeling. Movement: The more movement, the more feeling.
1. Read Ch. 4 with your group carefully, keeping track of what happens. 2. Create an annotated record of the “Battle of the Cowshed,” including: 3. Make sure you plan carefully with your group. You will have today and part of the hour tomorrow to complete it. 4. Tomorrow we will present and compare our illustrations. Detailed DrawingAnnotations Setting Characters Action Symbols Placement Lighting Facial Expression Background Movement Textual Evidence (properly cited) to support your drawing choices.