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报告代写|ENVS 170A1 Discussion 7: Telling a Story From Visual

这是一篇美国的空气污染相关作业代写

 

Photographers tell stories with a series of photographs ─ visual storytelling, but for this assignment, you are going to tell an environmental story by examining images. In this learning activity, you are going to:

Part 1: Choose and examine  6 to 8 visuals of your choice randomly out of 14.

Part 2: Interpret the results, compose the summary, and communicate to peers.

 

Part 1: Choose and examine 6 – 8 visuals of your choice out of 14.

Step 1: Read the background information. Your 73-year-old grandfather, Buchan, came across various images while you were helping him clean his home’s former office. He is convinced that the images are telling a story and he wants you to figure out what it is. You embark on the journey of discovery by examining the images and reading the short information on some of the images. However, you do not have time to go through every single image.

Step 2: Select 6 to 8 images. There are two groups (Part 5.1 and Part 5.2) of images as follows:

Part 5.1: Mandatory images – this is a list of three images containing quantitative data that help support your argument or the story you are synthesizing for your grandfather. There are three images in this group and you are going to use all of them.

Part 5.2: Non-Mandatory images – this is a list of 11 images containing images and you are going to choose three to five.

You can, for example, choose 1,3,5,7 …or 1,2,4…. Or 1-4. Decide on the selection procedure before you look at the images. It is fun that way.

Step 3: Examine the images carefully and read the provided information; you can also lookup more information if you need to.

 

Part 2: Interpret the results, compose the summary, and communicate to peers.

Interpretation has two subparts:

Part 2.1: Interpret your air pollution trends data through the Original Discussion Post

Part 2.2: Compare and contrast two peers’ findings and interpretations through two Reply Posts

https://www.icid.org/res_irrigation.html

Part 2.1: Interpret your air pollution trends data through the Original Discussion Post

Compose 150 to 250-word interpretations of the information from a series of images, and you must back it with quantitative data. Keep in mind that your grandfather is your audience and he does not have a college degree. We don’t know if he finished high school either. Here are some tips on how to develop a storyline:

  • Give your post a title.
  • Where is most agriculture and livestock produced in the US?
  • What kind of environmental problems does agriculture pose?
  • Where does the runoff/water from these agricultural sites drain and where does it come from?
  • How are the Gulf of Mexico and the seafood industry affected by the agriculture industry in the north?
  • Attach or link the file as a pdf under Discussion Forum 7: Telling a Story From Visual dropbox in the Discussions Tab.

Part 2.2: Compare and contrast two peers’ findings and interpretations through two reply posts

Compose a 50 to 150-word reflection comparing and contrasting your two peers’ interpretations.

 

Part 3: Images

There are two types of images: mandatory images and non-mandatory.

Part 3.1: Mandatory images – this is a list of three images containing quantitative data that help support your argument or the story you are synthesizing for your grandfather. There are four images in this group and you are going to use all of them.

Part 5.2: Non-Mandatory images – this is a list of 11 images containing images and you are going to choose five to seven.

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