Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Dominant Impression: Working in Pairs
As a class we are working toward answering the essential questions above.
Today Students worked with movie posters to identify tools and strategies that work together to create a strong dominant impression.
Movie posters come from:
Some of our observations for FREAKY FRIDAY are:
Tomorrow students will present their ideas about tools and strategies their poster used powerfully to create a strong dominant impression.
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