Visual Argument. Visual Argument.
I don’t understand this English question and need help to study.
I need a visual argument, not a powerpoint please. (please add a paragraph so I know what it means) Here are the instructions.
- Choose an argument that you want to make. Think about issues that are important to you.
- Your final product will be one image. This is NOT a PowerPoint presentation. Decide what you would like your argument to say and look like. Experiment with arranging images and text to create the most powerful result.
- Look for components for your visual argument – you may find images to include or create your own. Note: Don’t just copy someone else’s already completed visual argument image and use it as part of yours. Be original.
- Once you have created or found and modified the perfect image, add a slogan – a few clever words that get the point across. Think about magazine ads or billboards you see along the highway.
- Use a medium you like – Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Photoshop. Any are acceptable. Remember – this is one slide in PowerPoint, or One page in WORD, or ONE saved .jpg from Photoshop.
- Submit to the Visual Argument Dropbox (VA1).
- Then, submit your work on the Discussion Board (DVA1), so your classmates can see what you have done. This will not be graded.
We will exhibit your work – note that you are not making a presentation. Your work, as a visual argument, will stand and argue on its own.