Presentation on theme: "MWP #4 Visual Rhetoric. Assignment… Using the problem from MWP #3, create a brochure – Introduce the problem – Connect the problem to the audience – Announce."— Presentation transcript:
Assignment… Using the problem from MWP #3, create a brochure – Introduce the problem – Connect the problem to the audience – Announce your solution – Advocate for why your solution is best for solving this problem
Components of Visual Rhetoric… Color: What kinds of complementary colors did you use? What emotions do the colors suggest? Font: What message does your type send to your audience? Graphics: What illustrations best highlight the message of your brochure? Content: What specifics from the problem and the solution do you need in your brochure? Arrangement: How are the text and graphics arranged to best convey the message of your brochure?
Write a 1-2 Page Description… How did you choose the colors you used in your brochure? What makes these colors effective? How does your color choice enhance your brochure? How did you choose the font? How did you use font to illustrate different types of text? How does your font choice enhance your presentation? What essential elements of text create the content of your brochure? How did you choose the essential elements of your entire argument for this presentation? How effective are your text choices? Why? How did you choose the graphics for your brochure? What message are you sending with your graphics? What do your graphics do to enhance your information and the presentation of that information? Overall, what is effective about the arrangement of your visual presentation of this problem and solution? What do you want your audience to learn from this brochure?
Assignment… Compile your senior portfolio for a final grade – English essays – Cross-Curricular work – Previous years’ work – Creative pieces – Self-Reflections
Write: Portfolio Introduction: – 1 page (or more) – Directed to readers of the portfolio – Introduces reader to what is in the portfolio – Explains how the writer views the portfolio Section Dividers: – 1 paragraph (or more) – Explains what each section means to the portfolio creator One Peer or Mentor Evaluation: – Gives feedback about the portfolio What did you like best? What surprised you about this portfolio? What does this portfolio reveal about the writer?
Grading Criteria: Scope: – Does the portfolio have more than just the English class work? Creativity: – Has the writer put the personal and creative touches into the portfolio? Accessibility: – Can I, as a reader, get to everything in the portfolio? – Did the writer make it easy for me, as the reader, to see all sections and reflections in the portfolio? Reflection: – Has the writer honestly evaluated the portfolio? – Do the reflections reveal how the writer feels about this portfolio?