CAP 10 Indie Blog Post

April 22nd, 2014

Hello,

HERE IS A LINK to the independent blog post we discussed in class. This is due on May 19th.

 

ENG 10 HW

April 21st, 2014

Hello,

Please add your word to THIS GOOGLE DOC. Our second book club meeting is tomorrow so please make sure you are prepared.

CAP Hollywood Homework

April 7th, 2014

* On the Road scripts DUE Wednesday
* Rough drafts of CAP Hollywood scripts DUE Friday
* This homework assignment is DUE Wednesday

For this homework assignment we are carefully watching and analyzing the introduction (or Act 1) in each of these films. Please pay attention to shot selection, particularly the use of establishing shots to set up the location and the use of close ups to let the audience know who the main character is.

SNAP

  1. What is the inciting incident at the end of Act 1 that gets this story started?
  2. How many close ups of the main character are there in the first 120 seconds of this film?  Why are close ups helpful in letting the audience know who the main character is at the start of films? Are there close up of anyone else in Act 1?
  3. Identify 3 or 4 shots the filmmaker uses that help introduce the setting?
  4. What tips does the filmmaker give you about the main character in Act 1 of this film? How would you describe him as a person if you just watched Act 1? Please use specific examples from the film to support your answer.

 

 

CAP Hollywood Homework

March 24th, 2014

Hello,

Please watch the following short film, The Lunch Date, and complete the 3 Act Narrative Structure activity I handed out in class today.

ENG 10 Homework

March 19th, 2014

Hello,

Please watch the following commercials and answer the questions posted under each video:

  1. Identify the rhetorical device (logos, pathos or ethos)  used in this commercial and explain the intended effect on the audience.
  2. Identify 3 or more elements used in this commercial that help develop this specific rhetorical device.

 

  1. Identify the rhetorical device (logos, pathos or ethos) used in this commercial and explain the intended effect on the audience.
  2. Identify 3 or more elements used in this commercial that help develop this specific rhetorical device.

  1.  Identify the rhetorical device (logos, pathos or ethos) used in this commercial and explain the intended effect on the audience.
  2. Identify 3 or more elements used in this commercial that help develop this specific rhetorical device.

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