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Theme; Hospitality Industry ( Hotels and lodging)
Could be about any hotel or franchise
First, choose from ONE of the following five audience groups:
* Fourth graders
* City Tech Freshmen
* New York City Council members
* Your grandparents or older relatives
* Activist groups (like BLM or LGBTQIA+ Youth, etc.)
Second, once you have decided who your audience is, you will decide how best to reach them. In other words, you will have to choose the best genre for your project. For Unit 3, this genre must be multimodal. You’ll read an article on Perusall about what that means in general (“Multimodal Composing — what is it?”), but for our purposes, it means you need to have words and images or words and sounds or words, images and sounds.
I’ll tip good if the project is creative and unique. have images or color or something
– On the last page please add
Artist’s Statement
Composers of all sorts often write an Artist’s Statement for their audience that explains their inspirations, intentions, and choices in their creative and critical processes. It helps the reader understand the process that led to the final product by providing insight into what the author set out to do, how they did it, and what they might do to further improve the piece.
As part of Unit 3, you will write a one-page, single-spaced Artist’s Statement that reflects on your finished Unit 3 Project.
A successful Artist’s Statement should:
1. Discuss your specific rhetorical situation and related choices:
* your purpose: why you composed the work on that specific topic, in that specific way.
* your audience: what you understood about your ‘readers’ and how this affected the compositional choices you made.
2. Explain your choice of genre and how you worked with its conventions. For example, maybe you created a photo essay. An accompanying statement, in which you explain why you found the photo essay to be the best way to communicate your ideas about gun control (for example), would go a long way toward helping your viewers get the most out of your work.
3. Reflect on your composition, discussing successes and limitations. Use this as an opportunity to look back on your project and evaluate the extent of your achievement as well as note what you would have done differently or better.
NOTE: This should be a fluid, cohesive document that reflects on and justifies the rhetorical choices in your Unit 3 project. Do not merely answer each question in list form. (You’ll upload it into the Unit 3 – Artist’s Statement folder in the Google Drive.)
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What will I be graded on?
1. Appropriateness for audience. First of all, a puppet show is not appropriate for a city council meeting any more than a brochure is appropriate for a preschool class, so, in part, I’m talking about what genre you choose. But I am also talking about topic and diction. If we take the examples of the preschool and the city council meeting, it’s pretty easy to think about. Learning how to use crayons isn’t a real city council topic, and commercial zoning laws aren’t a real preschool topic. Likewise, you would use different diction (and fonts, and pictures, and so on) with kids and politicians. Usually.
2. Effectiveness of message. This one is simple to explain, though not always simple to DO. Does your point get across to your intended audience?
3. Care. This sounds pretty vague, because it’s going to vary by genre, but basically, this is how much of a finished product you turn in. If this is a more formal paper, or a children’s book, or a brochure for the city council, it should be relatively free of grammatical ‘error.’ If you are writing in Brooklyn English, that’s fine (if it fits your audience, of course), but you still need to be consistent and free of typos and your project needs to look good. In other words, you need to be able to explain why everything that’s on the page, or in the video, or on the webpage, or in the recording, etc., is THERE.
4. Artist’s Statement. Make sure you have a fluid and cohesive Artist’s Statement that explains the rationale behind the rhetorical choices you made as well as your own self-evaluation of the project.

 

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