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2020 English Head Start Lectures (Short Answers Thread)
« on: October 05, 2019, 07:36:26 am »
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Hey, everyone!

To post your short answer responses in this thread, click on Reply to type your answer and press Post once you're done  :) Keen to see lots of amazing posts here across all the English lectures running this weekend  8)

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Re: 2020 English Head Start Lectures (Short Answers Thread)
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2019, 09:20:58 pm »
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Hey, everyone!

For those who didn't get a photo of the slide, the question was How does the composer challenge the reader's assumptions about the human experience?



Thanks for coming to the lectures this weekend and looking forward to reading responses!

EDIT: The permissions have been fixed so you should all be able to post now. Thanks for being patient with me as it was getting sorted out! 

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Re: 2020 English Head Start Lectures (Short Answers Thread)
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2019, 03:33:11 pm »
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Hi angewina_naguen! ;D

Please see my response below:

How does a composer challenge the readers assumptions about the human experience in text one?

Texts can challenge oneís view of the human condition and in turn challenge an individualís world view. This may protest oneís assumptions about the human experience, through the readerís identity and personal world view. The use of vector lines creates a mosaic pattern, and from this, Text One conjures a shared sense of identity by utilising symbolic tonal colours and shades. Utilising the effect of separated squares, one can identify that we are diverse, seen within the notable use of a distinct pattern of mosaic tiles. Thus, the human experience of identity is one that it personal, seen prevalent through the composerís choice of shades and colours. Therefore, texts have the capability to challenge an individualís world view and own personal assumptions about the human experience through notably employing the use of tonal colours and shades.

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Re: 2020 English Head Start Lectures (Short Answers Thread)
« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2019, 12:05:47 am »
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Hi Angela,
my response to the question below
How does the composer challenge the reader's assumptions about the human experience?

Texts allow us to reflect on the human experience as it exposes us to new ideas concerning personal and cultural identity. The text espouses how seemingly disconnected experiences can jointly affect one's human experience and personal worldview. The choice of words' chance' and 'throw of a dice' conjure up feelings of uncertainty and signifies how we may understand things to happen at random, however the connection of individual squares to create an image, acts as a representation of how the sum of our disparate human experiences can shape an individual's sense of identity which in turn display the interconnectedness of our experiences. One's personal worldview is closely associated with cultural identity, the cultural motif acts as a vessel by which audiences can reflect on their cultural and historical lives which in turn can shape an individual's self-perception and sense of individual identity, thus presenting how a questioning one's understanding of cultural and collective experiences can influence a personal understanding of identity and ultimately the human experience.