Before you submit your reflection, take a little more time to proofread your work to make sure that what you write actually conveys what you intend to say. Your answers must be clearly-written, well-supported, grammatically correct, and free of spelling and punctuation errors. This is a college level assignment!
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- Before you submit this assignment, read all the instructions, as well as the rubric.
- Write concise and complete sentences that clearly convey what you intend to say.
- Write in third person, present tense. Do not say “I” or refer to yourself.
- Start with an outline. Organize what you plan to say before you write.
- Support your statements with careful observations about the work of art.
- Include your own insights that support your key points.
- Have someone else read your work before you submit it.
Your paper must have all three parts described in the instructions for this assignment:
Part 1 – Opening Description
Describe the work as you would to someone who hasn’t seen it.
Part 2 – Topic Sentence
Write one clear and concise sentence.
Part 3 – Visual Analysis
Thoroughly describe the use of a single visual element or design principle. Focus on only one visual element or design principle
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Final Reflection: Visual Analysis
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart 1 – Description
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart 2 – Topic Sentence
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart 3 – Formal Analysis
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity and Writing