visual analysis

demonstrate the ability to utilize persuasive appeals (logos, pathos, and ethos), argument strategies, and writing techniques similar to professional models of argumentative writing to analysis a visual image (film—Shadow of a Doubt). The student chooses one of the visual elements (color, texture, line, space, forms, shapes, and/or value) and one of the film elements (narrative, cinematography, sound, mise-en-scene, or editing) to interpret/analyze the film posted on e-campus and to show how these elements create a rhetorical appeal/response (ethos, logos, pathos, or kairos) to the film. The student uses evidence from at least two sources to support the analysis of the visual and film elements. The student defends his or her stance on the analysis of the visual image to move an audience to action.