I believe that this entire literacy narrative project has helped me meet the following learning outcomes: “Rhetorical Composition”, “Critical Thinking”, “Writing as a process”, and “Visual thinking”. First, this project forced me to use rhetorical composition as I had to illustrate the same idea if different mediums such as an alphabetical text and a comic.Continue reading “Literacy Narrative Pt. 3 reflection”
I chose to use a person as my diagram as I thought it was a creative way to apply the learning outcomes and what we did in the class into a diagram. In the diagram I chose certain parts of the body to represent each learning outcome and tried to match the body part basedContinue reading “Anatomy of a Writer”
This is my Halfa Kucha on Stitches and Spinning. The first slide is a title page and isn’t part of the 10 “Kucha” slides in the presentation. Enjoy!
Creating this part of my literacy narrative was a huge change from having to just write my thoughts out on paper. In this part of the literacy narrative project, I was able to express my thoughts in a visual manor by drawing out comic panels. I found this much easier to do rather than writeContinue reading “Literacy Narrative pt. 2 reflection”
Her direction was, in a word, truth I really enjoyed making this assignment. I will admit, it took me way longer than I expected for me to actually complete the assignment but once I had finished I was proud of what I made. I started off with 3 separate double sided pages and I wasContinue reading “Her Journey”
For this comic, I had a really hard time trying to come up with something to draw. Compared to the triptych comic we did two weeks ago, this felt like it took a lot more time to brainstorm. I think this was because I wasn’t very confident in my drawing ability and I didn’t wantContinue reading “4 Easy Steps”
Sunday Sketch #6 Laptop: I carry this one around incase I get bored and want to watch youtube in my classes… In all seriousness, however, my laptop is probably my most important tool I keep in my bag. I use it everyday to do schoolwork, homework, etc. Without this, I would really struggle to getContinue reading “Allstate, what’s in your wallet? Erm, I mean bag…”