ENG 10 Homework

March 12th, 2014

Hello,

If you did not turn in your book today (Things Fall Apart) please bring it tomorrow. Please design your word poster and e-mail it to me as an attachment before class starts tomorrow. Include the following info in the subject line of your e-mail: PER.6 First and Last Name.

 

 

 

CAP 10 Digital Portfolio Homework

March 7th, 2014

Hello Everyone,

Please upload your last two portfolio submissions to your sites following these guidelines:

  1. Upload your two new portfolio submissions.
  2. If you are including any digital media you MUST embed it into your portfolio. This includes any prezis, powerpoints or films.
  3. Please make sure you follow the correct format when posting your submissions:
    - Use scribed for any essays
    - Use the Read More Page Break for your reflection
    - ADD THE CORRECT LABEL FOR THE PORTFOLIO CATEGORY FOR EACH SUBMISSION (media &
       communications, critical reasoning, social awareness)
  4. Everyone should have at least two submissions from last year and three submissions from this year.

DUE DATE: Periods 1 & 3 Monday, March 10th    Period 2 Tuesday, March 11th

CAP 10 On the Road Homework

February 26th, 2014

Hello Everyone,

Here is the homework I mentioned in class today. There are two parts to the assignment and they are both due at the start of class on Friday morning when we all meet in the CAP suite. This assignment will count as TWO homework grades: One for the script and one for the questions.

Part I. Please watch the following On the Road segment below, Debt Collector. As you watch the film please FILL IN ALL THE VISUALS USING THE SCRIPT LINKED HERE. Make sure you identify every visual in the film from start to finish and that the visuals correspond with the audio (words) being spoken in the left column.

Part II. Answer the following questions:

  1. Identify the human condition in the film above, The Debt Collector.
  2. Identify the human condition in your On the Road film and describe how you plan to get that across to your audience.
  3. How does Hartman introduce this story and the main character(s)? What do we see and hear in the first 45 seconds or so that helps you figure out what the story is?
  4. How do you plan to introduce your story and main character? Please be specific. Are you going to start with a voiceover, or go straight into the interview? What type of B-Roll shots are you planning on using for the intro, if any?

 

Transcription Google Doc

February 24th, 2014

LINK TO THE GOOGLE DOC TEMPLATE

ENG 10 H Homework

February 21st, 2014

1. Finish the characterization handout

2. Make your 2nd entry in your Mini- Notebook – Topic -> Your choice. You can do any of the ideas we discussed and shared in
class today.

3. Finish TFA! (and last post-it note annotations)

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