11 Class WED FEB 27

Advance Revising

A Diversion

Evaluating Sources Task

12 Responses to 11 Class WED FEB 27

  1. nina525 says:

    When adding or revising detail, focus on the rhetoric part rather than the visual
    The rhetoric helps the reader visualize and understand the topic
    In the visual rhetoric, spend at least a paragraph on your details to draw conclusion and consider what the ad wants you to see
    Pay attention to the objects surrounding the setting
    Facial expression and hand gestures tell a a lot about the character in the ad
    Safer saws are designed to detect things that should be used or cut with a saw and immediately stops the saw at a thousandth of a second
    For example, the hot dog was unable to be cut by the saw
    The participants finger was not cut when he attempted to use it against the saw
    The company is proving their product to be safe
    The perspective of safer saws vary from consumers, manufacturers, customers, lawyers ect.
    Perspective from different areas such as those who make the merchandise and those who purchase it can reveal a negative or positive response
    For example the manufacturers and and industry people will work their hardest to prove they have made a safer saw
    The customer feedback and reaction to the item is what other willing customers will view
    Constituents research for safer saws due march 6th
    Visuals and analysis are always apart of each other
    During the visual rhetoric assignment, analogies are being made based on the video ad the visuals provided to you by ad council
    Report images, sequences, moods, and other visual aspects of the ad in tour analysis

  2. g903254 says:

    How much is enough?
    Add more detail
    Concentrate on the Rhetoric half of the assignment
    Posts should provide enough details so that the reader can properly take part in the assignment
    Include what you think to be the intention
    when in doubt do more.
    is the ad trying to mislead you?
    What do we know? Not much within five seconds.
    no face. Why?
    Empty fridge
    food insecure house
    his face was hidden so that his reaction was the first thing we notice.
    longer reactions from the child that shows his emotions to living in a food insecure home.
    adding language to experience can change your world and experience by invention

  3. nyaj32 says:

    Make sure to leave a link to the ad we are using for the visual rhetoric
    Use a lot of detail in the visual rhetoric. There is never too much detail.
    Label what seconds on screen for every analysis so that it is easy to go back into the video and see which part of the video that we were talking about.
    Invention by naming: When you name something like a color, or sight, then you will be more likely to remember it. For example, when I would study for a test in high school I would make weird acronyms and other names for the parts that I had trouble remembering and it helped a lot. It helped me remember some of the things that I would not normally be able to remember before I had given things new names.
    Task: evaluate safer saws claims and post to the blog

  4. pomegranate4800 says:

    Notes:
    – Visual rhetoric should be second by second detail.
    – Should be in great detail.
    – Things that are off screen are just as important as they are on screen.
    – REMEMBER time stamps.
    – Readers should be able to picture what’s going on.
    – Within, or right after that detail, add the rhetorical part in.
    – Add your opinion too, and how you view the ad.
    – Tell it like it is.
    – You can create your environment by naming it.
    – You can actually change the way you look at your environment by using language.
    – For Task: links are provided in side bar, you must find each of the 8 things and then the other 5 questions asked. All extended info is in the tasks tab itself.
    – Models can be found in the archived saw stop files.

  5. halizzlee says:

    Visual Rhetoric: Add more detail, concentrate on rhetoric half, provide enough detail, interpretation.
    Use rhetoric skills to encourage readers.
    time stamps!
    every little detail is important! every placement of a person or book.
    where we stand changes our perspective about everything.
    All text is an argument. “No fishing” sign made by Prof Hodges is an argument.

  6. nousernamefound1 says:

    Revision Advice for Visual Rhetoric
    The first thing that will steer you into the right direction is detail of the visual. Then state what the author wants you to feel in the video. The impact of what the visual is. In a visual rhetoric, the job of generating the questions is yours. If you turn out to be surprised because of a false judgment doesn’t mean your producing a bad visual.

    A Diversion
    Language has power not just to describe out experience, but to create our experience. When you name things, you have more power over it. The names help us remember. You start to create your world by naming. Example of rain: Not all rain has a name. Therefore, most rains are forgotten. Once you recognize the certain rain, the next time it will be easier to name the rain.

    Evaluating Sources Task
    Exultant Inventor,Reluctant Manufacturer,Determined Regulators,Delighted Customers,Resistant Free-Marketers,Outraged Plaintiffs,Conscientious Students. When picking a quote, choose just a sentence. Identify what type of claim, then evaluate the accuracy. You can also refute the claim if you don’t agree with the claim.

  7. wazoo1234 says:

    It is never enough detail, you can always use more. Great for visual half but take time on rhetorical half an understand what author wants you to think and feel.

  8. chavanillo says:

    Revising Advance:
    The most common advice I offer to your classmates for rewriting their Visual Analysis posts is to add more detail.
    The most common advice I offer after that is to concentrate on the Rhetoric half of the Visual/Rhetoric assignment.
    Posts should provide enough detail so that the reader not only visualizes the basics of the setting and the action but can also understand how the details impose interpretations on the viewers.
    Posts should include what you, the author, believe to be the interpretation the editor of the video wants to impose on us.

    -Rhetorical skills to encourage an interpretation.
    -Making judgment all the time. Don’t look at the whole video. Always think what is happening.
    -Second by second.
    -It could work in sound but won’t have visual.
    -Rhetorical: Time, what I think is happening is it pathos ethos or logos and why.

    Invention by naming:

    -Language has power not just to describe our experience,
    but to create our experience.
    -Therefore, most rains are forgotten.
    -Tourists returning home from Ireland
    tell us they saw more greens than they ever thought existed.
    -Except for downpours and drizzles, the rest blend together
    like a summer of sunny weather, generic as daylight.
    -But all they can tell us is that there were many,
    unless they named one toasted salamander, or mint popsicle.

    Table saw:

    -Invented a technical way to not get cut by a saw by detecting your fingers it will break automatically
    -Twelve years ago an avid home woodworker invented an ingenious device that stops a table saw blade within 4/1000ths of a second of contact with human flesh. The technology could prevent thousands of amputations every year in the United States and probably 10 times as many serious but less permanent injuries. Steve Gass has offered to lice
    -Hand save saw.

    Task: Safer Saws

    Follow links to source material from all the different constituents who make claims about SawStop, its inventor, the technology, its safety, recommended regulations, or its cost, etc.

    -QUOTE
    -URL
    -CLAIM AND WHY .

    ONE FOR EACH:
    Manufacturers (Steve Gass, Bosch, others)
    Customers
    Industry Spokespeople
    Consumer Safety Advocates
    Injured Plaintiff
    Personal Injury Lawyers
    Government Officials
    News Reporters

  9. rowanstudent2 says:

    Advance Revising
    Revision Advice for Visual Rhetoric
    – add more detail
    – concentrate on the the Rhetoric half
    – provide enough detail so that the reader visualizes AND understand how the details impose interpretation
    – visual and analysis are inseparable
    – try to figure out what in each frame contributes to the overall message of the video
    – include time stamps

    A Diversion
    Lecture: Invention by Naming
    – language has power not just to describe our experience, but to create our experience
    – when things have a name, we start to distinguish things
    – you start to create your environment by naming certain features

    Evaluating Sources Task
    Safer Saws Lecture
    Steve Gass demonstrates his invention
    – find one claim from each of the constituents
    – do it in one sentence and quote it
    – identify what kind of claim
    – evaluate it in a few sentences
    – you can refute the claim if you disagree with it
    DUE DATE TUE MAR 05 11:59pm

  10. daphneblake25 says:

    -the author’s purpose for the thirty second video is either to lead us to our initial assumptions or to make a surprise ending
    -details and analysis should blend together
    -adding language to your experiences changes it

  11. yourfavoriteanon says:

    Notes:
    – first advice for rewriting a visual analysis: add more detail
    – another is focus on the rhetoric in the writing
    – another is making a clear interpretation
    – you could write not only what you interpret is likely happening but what could also be interpreted
    – time stamps and then a careful visualization and then explain the deep rhetoric
    – language helps enhance experience

  12. doorknob9 says:

    Visual Rhetoric- Provide and add enough detail
    Rhetoric Skills- Encourage an interpretation
    Details and Analysis- Blend it together
    Time stamps- Very important, don’t forget
    All text is an argument

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