ELAU2L2 Letters and Self Portrait or Visual Response. Establishing an identity is not an easy thing. Consider twenty possible responses to the question, “Who am I”? Your answers will likely reflect the diverse person that you are!
ELAU2L2Letters and Self Portraitor Visual Response
Establishing an identity is not an easy thing. Consider twenty possible responses to the question,
“Who am I”? Your answers will likely reflect the diverse person that you are!
To explore this in more detail, read the following texts:“Letters to High School Selves”“Self Portrait”“Untitled”
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After reading this letter, what advise does Cardinal offer to his younger self? Ask your parents/guardian what advise they might offer.What advise do you think you might offer yourself?Then, from the perspective of an ‘older you’, write a letter that includes advise that you would offer to yourself. Follow proper letter format and the direction as demonstrated by Lorne Cardinal.
Letter to Me
A portrait is an image that an artist creates of him or herself.View David Clifton’s self portrait and using a medium of your choice, create self portrait that best reflects you.Complete this assignment with a ‘deconstructive’ explanation of your self portrait. For more direction with this, follow the format used by David Clifton. Take note of his explanation of the following:Use of mediaUse of symbolismUse of color, lines and shadowsExpression of emotion
1. Write a visual reflection for this image. Directions for writing visual reflections are linked within the lesson.Points to cover in your reflection: > What is the main theme of the image? > What is the effect of the image? > How does this image connect to the photographer’s comment on inspiration?
Or….2. Take a photo of an issue that is important to you and write your own visual reflection based on the standards within the lesson.
This assignment is evaluated based on the following RUBRIC
Thought and Support - /10Writing Skills - /10 Total - 20 marks