Thursday, February 11, 2016
Film Observation and Homework sharing, from Mike Lohre
Good afternoon, students, and before we go forward in class today, I want to stop and share our observations and homework.
Using the Comments feature of this post, share two things in your Comment,and this way all the Comments for the while class will be easily found here under my post. Write about:
1) What two visuals or images stood out to you most in the first 15 minutes of GMO OMG? In film, images are obviously a vital part of the presentation, and what is allowed in the final film is going to be there for a reason. What struck you as noticeable, effective, manipulative, pleasing, etc.? Share two visual observations from your active listening notes.
2) Whatever your research turned up, let's not cement our mindsets just yet on whether GMOS are perfectly okay or totally terrible. But let's start to compile information to lead us toward taking an informed stand on GMOs. Share one of the most interesting research facts or ideas that you discovered in your research, and also try to describe the sources credibility and/or possible bias.