Learn to analyze the same topic represented in a variety of different mediums. In this interactive tutorial, you'll analyze both visual and written representations from the 1930s and 1940s. You will learn about some of the common composition features used in visual mediums, such as photographs or paintings. You'll learn the necessary steps to analyze and compare works represented in both visual and literary mediums.
Resource ID#: 112729Type: Original Student Tutorial
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Keywords: English Language Arts, Great Depression, World War II, artistic medium, visual image, photograph, poster, visual composition, literary medium, The Street, Ann Petry, different mediums, various mediums, women's progressivism, women in the workforce, ELA, Rosie the Riveter, elearning, e-learning, interactive, tutorials, multiple mediums