Seeing is Believing<br />
See (verb)<br />to perceive with the eyes; look at<br />to perceive (things) mentally; discern; understand<br />to constru...
From the Dictionary to the Classroom<br />The dictionary got it right.  Seeing is simply looking at things with the eyes, ...
Visual Rhetoric<br />Visual Rhetoric explores the vast possibilities of how an image may communicate different meanings.<b...
Seeing Part I<br />The first part of seeing is the act of using the sense of sight. <br />Scientific <br />Blatantly funda...
SeeingPart II<br />The second part of seeing is to not only physically see a subject, but to draw meaning and understandin...
Seeing Part III<br />Part three of seeing involves the imagination.<br />One may construct an image in their head and ther...
Conclusion<br />What is seeing?<br />Seeing is the combination of using one’s sense of sight, drawing meaning from the sub...
Bibliography<br />&quot;See.&quot; Dictionary.com. Web. 15 Sept. 2009. &lt;www.dictionary.reference.com&gt;.<br />Flickr. ...
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Presentation 2 Visual Rhetorics

  1. 1. Seeing is Believing<br />
  2. 2. See (verb)<br />to perceive with the eyes; look at<br />to perceive (things) mentally; discern; understand<br />to construct a mental image of; visualize<br />
  3. 3. From the Dictionary to the Classroom<br />The dictionary got it right. Seeing is simply looking at things with the eyes, along with understanding things and mentally constructing images.<br />But what does this definition have to do with Visual Rhetoric?<br />
  4. 4. Visual Rhetoric<br />Visual Rhetoric explores the vast possibilities of how an image may communicate different meanings.<br />Visual Rhetoric thus explores the seemingly vague but drastically important question -What Is Seeing?<br />
  5. 5. Seeing Part I<br />The first part of seeing is the act of using the sense of sight. <br />Scientific <br />Blatantly fundamental aspect of visual rhetoric, but does not deal with appreciation, understanding, or the visualization of an image. <br />Example: The young boy sees that the sky is blue.<br />
  6. 6. SeeingPart II<br />The second part of seeing is to not only physically see a subject, but to draw meaning and understanding of the subject. <br />Goes beyond obvious physical appearance<br />One may like or dislike what they see.<br />Extremely crucial for visual rhetoric<br />Symbols <br />
  7. 7. Seeing Part III<br />Part three of seeing involves the imagination.<br />One may construct an image in their head and therefore see the image. <br />
  8. 8. Conclusion<br />What is seeing?<br />Seeing is the combination of using one’s sense of sight, drawing meaning from the subjects one views with their sight, and taking those previous images and visualizing new non-physical ones. <br />
  9. 9. Bibliography<br />&quot;See.&quot; Dictionary.com. Web. 15 Sept. 2009. &lt;www.dictionary.reference.com&gt;.<br />Flickr. Creative Commons. Web. 15 Sept. 2009. &lt;http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/by-2.0/&gt;.<br />

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