critically anazlyzing images and using them

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Question 1
Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images?
Who produced the image?
If there is a foreground and a background, what is in each?
What are its parts, do they belong together, or do they contrast with one another?
What does the image show?



Question 2
Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images?
If there are people in the image, how do they seem to relate to each other?
If there are words in the image, what is their relationship to it?
Where is the image being seen (in a magazine, in a gallery, on the side of a bus, etc.)?
If the image is a scene, what seems to be going on? What might be its message?



Question 3 Which of the following would not be considered an example of a visual argument ____________________.

a photograph
an illustration
an opinion piece in a local newspaper
a graph



Question 4
Visual arguments are ____________________.

everywhere
always in color
words visible in advertisements
not often seen



Question 5 5
Which of the following is an example of a visual argument?

an opinion piece in a local newspaper
a phone call from state representative urging homeowners to vote
a job applicant's neat, well-groomed, well-dressed appearance
a public service announcement on a local radio station that urges listeners to vote



Question 6
Television and print advertisements are visual arguments because ____________________.

none of the above
words are visible in the advertisements
they are designed to convince us to buy a product, vote for a candidate, support a cause, and so on
they are always in color


my answers

1.A
2.B
3.an opinion piece in a local newspaper
4.A
5.C

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