Week 8, Task 1: Tool Kit

Tool–kit Consider the skills, protocols, approaches, tools and knowledge’s you have acquired during this assessment and would take forward to the next and to other writing or contextual projects. Consider: Independent Study Exercises and Tasks, CTL and Library Presentation Sessions, Resources for Completing Written Assessments, Paper Reader List at least 12-20 things in total (at least… Continue reading Week 8, Task 1: Tool Kit

Week 7, Task 2: How a visual text can be constructed

In a 100-250 word paragraph for a Blog Post discuss how a visual text can be constructed and read differently considering ‘world view’, ‘ideology’, and ‘the myth of photographic truth’ Personal perspectives can be altered by education, experiences, religion, culture, gender, age etc. These perspectives alter how people look and understand the world, and how… Continue reading Week 7, Task 2: How a visual text can be constructed

Week 7, Task 4B: Connection of ideas to my essay question

Write a paragraph by combining each of the single sentence statements and connect these to the ideas in essay question you are answering. Revise and edit it and upload as a Blog Post for this week (100-170 words) The nature of imagining identity has evolved through art and design practices over the last couple of… Continue reading Week 7, Task 4B: Connection of ideas to my essay question

Week 7, Task 3: Contextual Understanding

Background information: Theorists, historians, authors, thinkers, writers, in fact, people debate or take very different positions on issues or concerns. The reasons for this can vary from having differing beliefs, worldviews, perspectives, knowledge’s, theories, hypothesis, and evidence.  In your essay aim to position different perspectives to show you understand that there are different debates or… Continue reading Week 7, Task 3: Contextual Understanding