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  • English 1.7 Create a visual text 3 credits Static Image For use with 1:1 devices 2014 Christine Wells
  • Discover 1. Identify & describe visual/verbal features. 2. Select effective features to include in a visual text. Learning Intentions 3. Identify an important theme to portray. 4. Explain why the visual and verbal features are effective in portraying the theme. 2
  • Discover: Your Mission… Design and create a film poster. Your film poster must reflect a theme from the text. Include a short relevant quote from the text to reinforce the theme. A photo of your image will be published on your blog with the commentary. You will write a blog post of The size of your at least 250 words to explain Your image will be image will be A3 the choices you have made in produced on paper and can be portrait constructing your image and and will be 2D. or landscape. how it relates to the text. 3
  • Discover: Features of a Static Image Purpose: To inform, entertain or persuade the audience. Audience: who the image is aimed at. Techniques: The methods used to get your message across. Impact: The effect the image has on the audience. 4 Medium: The way a message reaches its audience.
  • Discover: Visual Features Gathering Processing Applying In pairs, use Phoster, PicCollage or a similar app or website to create an infographic to show this information. Post onto your blog. Thinking Relating to others Using language, text & symbols Managing self 5 Participating & contributing
  • In pairs, create a short presentation to teach the class about at least 3 of these colours. Use Prezi, Educreations, Videoscribe or a similar app or website. Thinking Relating to others Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing Post to your blog. 6 Gathering Processing Applying
  • Discover: The Rule of 3rds The rule of 3rds states that an image can be divided into 9 equal parts. The 4 points formed by the intersections of theses lines can be used to align features in the image. This technique creates tension, energy, and interest. • • • The horizon sits at the horizontal line dividing the lower third of the photo from the upper two-thirds. The tree sits at the intersection of two lines, sometimes called a power point. Points of interest in the photo don't have to actually touch one of these lines to take advantage of the rule of thirds. For example, the brightest part of the sky near the horizon where the sun recently set does not fall directly on one of the lines, but does fall near the intersection of two of the lines, close enough to take advantage of the rule. 7
  • Thinking Relating to others Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing As a class discuss the questions. Discover: Close reading 8 Gathering Processing
  • Discover: Verbal Features Rhetorical Question Gathering Processing Alliteration Assonance Onomatopoeia Metaphor In pairs, choose 5 verbal features from the list and create a meme for each one. Simile Personification Repetition Imperative Use Mematic Thinking Relating to others Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing 9 Include the name of the technique, a definition and an example.
  • Gathering Processing Create: Plan your static image   Brainstorm some possible elements for your own design. You might like to consider the following:   Images, colours, fonts, symbols etc. Quotes Medium: Collage, photos, paint. Thinking Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing 10
  • Create: Drafting your image Processing Applying Draft the rough layout of your image. Move stuff around. Remove or change elements that don’t work. When you are satisfied, get your teacher’s opinion. Thinking Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing 11
  • Create: Assemble your static image Complete each element and apply each technique with care and precision. Produce your static image to A3 size. Processing Applying Check out the exemplars on the Ultranet. 12 Thinking Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing
  • Processing Applying Create: Write your commentary. Record answers to the questions. Thinking Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing 13
  • Commentary sentence starters           My static image portrays the idea that…. I have shown this by…. You might like to use the sentence starters to help. The visual elements I have used include…. I have used the colours … I have combined visual and verbal features such as… They work together to show…. The quotation or words I have chosen are relevant because… 14
  • Processing Applying Share 1. A copy of your static image on your blog. Success Criteria 2. A commentary explaining the choices made for the construction of the static image is written and posted on a blog. 3. Read and comment on one of your friends blogs. Tell them one thing that they have done well and identify an area that needs improvement. 15 Thinking Relating to others Using language, text & symbols Managing self Participating & contributing
  • Processing Applying Answer the following questions. Reflect Post your responses on your blog. Remember to make your blog scannable. 1. Did I get my static image and commentary finished by the due date? If not, why not? 2. Did my commentary explain the use of visual and verbal features well and include appropriate reasons? 3. Have I completed work like this in other subjects? If yes, in what ways was this helpful? 4. Do I see any patterns in how I approached my work - such as following an outline, keeping to deadlines? Was this efficient? 5. How can I use what I have learnt to make a difference in my life? Thinking Using language, text & symbols Managing self 16
  • Bibliography Adapted from NZQA task http://www.slideshare.net/Kazmania/stati