Tag Archive: Task 4

[237120, A2] Wk 7: Task 4 – Questions to Topic Sentence

Visual texts are a medium through which a viewer may gain an understanding not only of the subjects depicted, but of the worldviews informed by the context in which the visual text was… Continue reading

[237120, A2] Wk 6: Task 4 – Essay Topic Research

The topic of the video is the Atlantic Slave Trade, covering the European motives behind the slave trade, the African tribal motivations to support the European slave trade, and how this fostered racial… Continue reading

[237120, A2] Wk 5: Task 4 – Demonstrate Visual Analysis & Contextual Knowledge in a Blog Post

David Low was a cartoonist collaborating with various magazines during WWI and the interwar period (1919-1938), creating a breadcrumb trail of historical records in reaction to major events leading up to WWII. By… Continue reading

[237120, A2] Wk 4: Task 4C – Visual Analysis of Selected Images Blog Task

   The production of the visual text entitled “In the Rubber Coils” by Linley Sambourne provides great insight into its purpose. It was made in 1906, first published in an English political review… Continue reading

[237120, A2] Wk 4: Task 4B – Image Selection Blog Task

As previously mentioned in Blog Task 3F of week 4, I would like to work with the satirical political cartoon by the David Low, entitled after its caption, “What, no chair for me?”… Continue reading

[237120, A2] Wk 4: Task 4A – Video Review Blog Task

The video above discussing the importance of visual literacy and critical thinking created by the Toledo Museum of Art is very passionate in its delivery. It strongly puts forward a case for the… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 2: Task 4 – Visual Text Analysis

My visual text of choice is an artwork by John Nixon, entitled ‘Blue Rider’ (1994). It is composed of a black lacquered, baby-grand piano with red panels laid against/on top of it, not… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 1: Task 4 – Reading Comprehension of the Author’s Voice (Option A)

The brief excerpt from Chapter 7 (Conclusion) of the publication ‘Notes to Myself: Writing from the Gut’ by Sheilagh Walker is a powerful representation of the author’s Mihimihi and its relevance in an… Continue reading