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http://tamucc.libguides.com/ENGL4390
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/09/hank-willis-thomas_n_7021480.html?utm_hp_ref=arts

http://www.openculture.com/2015/04/the-rolling-stones-release-a-soulful-never-heard-acoustic-version-of-wild-horses.html

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http://www.brainpickings.org/2011/09/30/map-of-womans-heart/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=say51RGgMFk&oref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dsay51RGgMFk&has_verified=1

http://mic.com/articles/118150/stunning-images-show-how-american-indian-fashion-looks-without-cultural-appropriation
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Complete two analyses of the visual elements of texts (texts defined here as any visual event/scene/element) based on the information you gather during two field trips we will take. When we go on the field trips, you may choose what you want to focus on, and how you want to discuss the visual element(s). The Helmers text provides several examples for how to structure and what to include in a good analysis. Each analysis should be about 2 pages long and focus on discussing the questions that we will develop before each field trip. You should also discuss how the readings for the course support your analysis. Below are links to sample analyses:

*http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/AnalysisFromFieldTrip
*http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/AnalysisFromCourthouseFieldTrip
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Students will complete exercises analyzing visual elements in multiple spaces.
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Complete two analyses of the visual elements of texts (texts defined here as any visual event/scene/element) based on the information you gather during two field trips we will take. When we go on the field trips, you may choose what you want to focus on, and how you want to discuss the visual element(s). Each analysis should be about 2 pages long and focus on discussing the questions that we will develop before each field trip. You should also discuss how the readings for the course support your analysis. Below are links to sample analyses:
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Complete two analyses of the visual elements of texts (texts defined here as any visual event/scene/element) based on the information you gather during two field trips we will take. When we go on the field trips, you may choose what you want to focus on, and how you want to discuss the visual element(s). The Helmers text provides several examples for how to structure and what to include in a good analysis. Each analysis should be about 2 pages long and focus on discussing the questions that we will develop before each field trip. You should also discuss how the readings for the course support your analysis. Below are links to sample analyses:
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*Covers all relevant aspects of the chosen analysis approach.
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*http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/AnalysisFromCourthouseFieldTrip

Grading Rubric:
*Makes clear to the reader how the analysis is structured.
*Does more than just tell what you see.
*Provides a deeper analysis of the visual elements than just what you see.
*Provides a new way of looking/thinking about the elements being analyzed.
*Uses formal terms from readings.
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Do two analyses of the visual elements of texts (texts defined here as any visual event/scene/element) based on the information you gather during two field trips we will take. I will provide you with an example of what the analyses should look like.
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Complete two analyses of the visual elements of texts (texts defined here as any visual event/scene/element) based on the information you gather during two field trips we will take. When we go on the field trips, you may choose what you want to focus on, and how you want to discuss the visual element(s). Each analysis should be about 2 pages long and focus on discussing the questions that we will develop before each field trip. You should also discuss how the readings for the course support your analysis. Below are links to sample analyses:

*http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/AnalysisFromFieldTrip
*http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SGarza/AnalysisFromCourthouseFieldTrip