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Critically Analyzing the Work

Critically Analyzing the Work

Author: Judith Wisniewski
Description:

In this lesson you will learn about some of the strategies critique participants use in analyzing work. 

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Notes on "Critically Analyzing the Work"


Image for Background, Public Domain
http://pixabay.com/en/abstract-background-pattern-...

Image of Students at Crit Wall, Creative Commons, (c) 2012, University of the Fraser Valley

Image of Teacher at Crit Wall, Creative Commons, (c) 2012, University of the Fraser Valley

Detail of Image of Teacher at Crit Wall, Creative Commons, (c) 2012, University of the Fraser Valley

Image of Girl at Crit Wall, Creative Commons, (c) 2011, Peter Alfred Hess

Image of Woman and Class Crit, Creative Commons, (c) 2009, Kristian Bjornard

Image of The Bit Newsletter by student, Jennifer Mitchum, Trident Technical College, released to teacher, Judith Wisniewski

Terms to Know
Leading Question

A question posed during a critique in order to generate discussion or give each participant the chance to speak.

Planned Message

The communication objective of a visual communication. This message should be identified in the planning stage of a project.