Refine parts 2 and 3 by Monday and re-share BOTH of them with me by the beginning of class on Monday so I can conference with you next week on your writings.
STARTER #25: Read through the Part 4 Guidelines and Student Examples document and jot down any questions you have about this project piece. **I would recommend making a copy and saving this document for your own reference! We'll go over your questions after the starter.
Mini-lesson on political campaign visual pieces
1. Look at the student example political campaign posters (below) and answer these questions for each one:
Take notes on the Visual Rhetoric Powerpoint (slides 54-end)
PART 4 Project Brainstorm
Guiding question: What are possible ways you (or your classmates) could contribute to a more just democratic society for this project?
Now, start honing YOUR own project idea
Option A: If you are going to do the political campaign visual piece:
Option B: If you are going to do something else:
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