Distinctively visual refers to both visual texts (photograph, paintings, sculptures etc) and written texts (which create a picture in your mind through symbols and metaphors) in your essays you will have to explain the way the images we see and/or visualise in texts are created, and analyse the way they affect your interpretation of the text. 2010 paper 2 section i module a – elective 2: distinctively visual different in form, but both use distinctively visual images to convey their messages both have a story and both look at the options we have in life in run lola run the first ending is so traumatic that there is a. Compelling image is that of the women themselves: bridie and sheila are always on stage and their visual presence is a distinctively visual feature, forcing our focus onto these two women. The book thief, markus zusak, is a historical fiction novel set in nazi germany told from the perspective of a personified version of death, the book thief is a outstanding and unique story that shows what it's like to be alone and afraid.
Distinctively visual the distinctively visual is a prominent characteristic in which the composer shapes a unique visual perspective for the responder to interpret using a variety of techniques and languages, the composer is distinctively able to create vibrant and lively visualisations within their work. All about the visual techniques toolkit for the hsc you need to be able to discuss images and analyse them for meaning for students without a visual art background, this can be especially tricky. Distinctively visual images which can be seen, or perceived in the mind can shape the responder understanding of relationship with others plus the world more collections in their responding and composing students explore the ways the images we. How composers use distinctively visual ideas and aspects to explore important themes and ideas our focus is on the ways that john misto enables us to visualise certain ideas throughout his play, the shoehorn sonata the reality of war is brought to life through projected images, sound effects and.
The hsc standard english elective entitled distinctively visual requires students to locate and analyse a range of related texts which help them to understand how form, features and language create, affect interpretation and shape meaning in distinctively visual ways. Throughout these texts henry lawson creates distinctively visual images to allow the reader to go on a journey of the imagination that is engaging and entertaining a wide variety of different techniques, such as figurative and descriptive language, are used throughout these texts to create distinctively visual imagery. English (standard) – distinctively visual the shoe horn sonata discuss how the distinctively visual conveys distinctive experiences in the shoe-horn sonata and one related john misto, the creator of the australian play ‘the shoe-horn sonta’ used distinctly image of the operation as ‘too few’ will return through the use of visual. Standard english - run lola run distinctively visual images crafted by the art of cinema have an immense power to fashion our sense of being within the immediate social paradigm. Distinctively visual intro distinctively visual relates to how images or imagery have a unique ability to impact on peopleif something is distinctive it is different from others or unique or rarehenry lawson wrote stories that included some distinctive images and imagery.
Many famous war poems were written during the nineteenth century or during wwi these poems often present war from a heroic perspective - glorious young soldiers going out to sacrifice themselves for their country this was the socially acceptable viewpoint and not many writers dared to take a different perspective. Distinctivly visual douglas stewart essay 1196 words jun 8th, 2012 5 pages composers use distinctively visual images to convey distinctive experiences within our lives, such as feelings we have felt, places we have been and images we have seen. Distinctively visual techniques are used to explore the themes of survival and hardships in order to emphasise how two individuals responded to the consequences as nurses during ww2 the use of projected images in the background during the play reinforce to the audience, the credibility and authenticity of bridie and sheila’s stories. The distinctively visual is achieved through the amazingly detailed live footage of human interaction, experience and research amongst these creatures during the day and at night set in australia, once again students experience the familiar images of the landscape and the aussie slang language which is used (mostly by irwin.
Implicit yet distinctively visual images are presented through the depiction of sheila and other pows the evening prior at the dinner – these imagined and implied images the images and experiences have not dulled in the minds of the women the emotional reference to the little boy who wanted to ask santa for an egg evokes images of christmas. Further text types to consider: distinctively visual module a: experience through languagethis module requires you to explore the ways in which language has been chosen and manipulated to present you with an event or situation you feel a part of distinctively visualin their responding and composing students explore the ways the images we see. Distinctively visual elements are present in both stories creating a strong link between the two examination of henry lawson’s short stories and the related material has shown how distinctively visual can be effectively used to create similar images around similar themes and contexts through very different media. This process of connecting an image with an idea can be seen as being distinctively visual to illustrate just how effective the distinctively visual can be in conveying distinctive experiences, i will be discussing two texts: the play, the shoe-horn sonata by john misto, and the photo, ‘beirut aftermath’, by spencer platt, winner of the.
The book, “follow the rabbit-proof fence”, is a perfect related text alongside the prescribed lawson short stories, as it provides a distinctively visual experience through language it tells the true story of the common experiences amongst indigenous australians that were removed from their families in the 1930s, by the government and. Distinctively visual ‘the shoehorn sonata’ by john misto drama module a experience through language •explore the uses of a particular aspect of language •understand how our perceptions of and relationships with others and the world are •visual images are never innocent or neutral reflections of.
Distinctively visual as part of this study you will be asked to explore the ways the images we see and/or visualise in texts are created you will consider how literary form and structure and the language used in different texts create these images, affect interpretation and shape meaning. Distinctively visual essay on 'garys house' & 'metho drinker' the poem metho drinker distinctively visual illustrations can convey emotion and visual analogies of a specific idea. Distinctively visual tools are manipulated by composers, so that images may be created in a text, which allow responders to visualise the characters, events and experiences.