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Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
Objective vs. subjective
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  • 1. SUBJECTIVE VS. OBJECTIVE FRESHMAN ACADEMY
  • 2. ART ANALYSIS 1. Give a summary of what is going on in the painting. 2. What does the painting make you think of? Does anything stand out or interest you? 3. Do you like the painting? Why or why not?
  • 3. OBJECTIVE VS. SUBJECTIVE • Objective – Reports! does not reveal the author’s personal emotions, opinions or judgments • Newspapers, history books, science articles • Subjective – reveals the author’s judgments, biases and feelings • Editorials, personal essays, autobiographies
  • 4. OBJECTIVE VIEW OF ART • The composition forms a triangle with the light source of the overhead lamp • Symmetrical grouping • Focus is on the figures – background is muted
  • 5. SUBJECTIVE VIEW OF ART • Shows emotional and physical struggle between two boys • Uses few colors to highlight the boys’ figures • Gives the feeling of being at night • The bigger boy will lose because he is not as determined
  • 6. ALL ART CAN BE SEEN SUBJECTIVELY AND OBJECTIVELY!
  • 7. SO CAN WRITING!
  • 8. LOOK FOR SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE EXAMPLES IN NONFICTION Selection Objective 1. A White House Diary Subjective Descriptions of other people’s reactions to the event 2. “Arthur Ashe Remembered” 3. “Georgia O’Keeffe” *BTW! Why is A White House Diary italicized and the other titles in quotes?

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