The way people view the world

Project descriptionTask:Develop a multimedia presentation (suggested length of 25-30 slides) in which you do the following:A. Introduce the three works from three different disciplines you will be analyzing (suggested length of 45 slides) by doing the following:1. Create an introductory slide for each of the three works that includes the authors or artists name, title of the work, and the discipline to which the work belongs.2. Provide a thesis slide that identifies the common theme that connects all three of your works and describe how this theme relates to a profession within your field of study.B. Provide an objective analysis* (suggested length of 6-7 slides) by doing the following:1. Describe the literary work. Your description should include:Form (short story, novel, etc.)Summary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements of literature outlined in Module 1.09 of the learning resource and describe how they are used in the literary work. Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.2. Describe the first nonliterary work of art. Your description should include:Media, form, or genreSummary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements outlined in the learning resource and describe how they are used in your first non-literary work. (If your selection is music, use the elements of music in Module 4.19; if it is a film, use the elements of film in Module 4.11; if it is a painting or photograph, use the elements and principles of two-dimensional visual art in Module 2.11-2.16.) Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.3. Describe the second nonliterary work of art. (This should be from a different discipline than the work you chose for part B2.) Your description should include:Media, form, or genreSummary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements outlined in the learning resource and describe how they are used in your second non-literary work. (If your selection is music, use the elements of music in Module 4.19 if it is a film, use the elements of film in Module 4.11; if it is a painting or photograph, use the elements and principles of two-dimensional visual art in Module 2.11-2.16). Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.C. Provide a subjective analysis* (suggested length of 6-7 slides) by doing the following:1. Explain each of the following in the literary work:a. The mood(s) (see Module 11.04) of the literary work. Provide relevant details and examples from the work that helped you identify how the mood(s) are depicted.b. The theme(s) (i.e., overarching ideas or concepts) you see in the literary work. Provide relevant details and examples from the work that helped you identify the theme(s).Develop a multimedia presentation (suggested length of 25-30 slides) in which you do the following:A. Introduce the three works from three different disciplines you will be analyzing (suggested length of 45 slides) by doing the following:1. Create an introductory slide for each of the three works that includes the authors or artists name, title of the work, and the discipline to which the work belongs.2. Provide a thesis slide that identifies the common theme that connects all three of your works and describe how this theme relates to a profession within your field of study.B. Provide an objective analysis* (suggested length of 6-7 slides) by doing the following:1. Describe the literary work. Your description should include:Form (short story, novel, etc.)Summary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements of literature outlined in Module 1.09 of the learning resource and describe how they are used in the literary work. Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.2. Describe the first nonliterary work of art. Your description should include:Media, form, or genreSummary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements outlined in the learning resource and describe how they are used in your first non-literary work. (If your selection is music, use the elements of music in Module 4.19; if it is a film, use the elements of film in Module 4.11; if it is a painting or photograph, use the elements and principles of two-dimensional visual art in Module 2.11-2.16.) Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.3. Describe the second nonliterary work of art. (This should be from a different discipline than the work you chose for part B2.) Your description should include:Media, form, or genreSummary of the work (4-5 sentences)a. Choose four of the elements outlined in the learning resource and describe how they are used in your second non-literary work. (If your selection is music, use the elements of music in Module 4.19 if it is a film, use the elements of film in Module 4.11; if it is a painting or photograph, use the elements and principles of two-dimensional visual art in Module 2.11-2.16). Exclude mood and theme from your description of the elements. Mood and theme will be assessed in Part C.C. Provide a subjective analysis* (suggested length of 6-7 slides) by doing the following:1. Explain each of the following in the literary work:a. The mood(s) (see Module 11.04) of the literary work. Provide relevant details and examples from the work that helped you identify how the mood(s) are depicted.b. The theme(s) (i.e., overarching ideas or concepts) you see in the literary work. Provide relevant details and examples from the work that helped you identify the theme(s)

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