This week, you should begin drafting your final paper by reviewing instructor feedback, outlining how to bring the two perspective papers together into one cohesive final paper, and drafting your introduction, conclusion, and abstract for peer review and editing purposes. In this week’s discussion, address the following questions:
Formulate, express, and support individual perspectives on diverse works and issues.
For this assessment task, you are asked to act as a critic for one of the various subjects under the umbrella of the subject Humanities. Through a series of critiques, you will be demonstrating your background knowledge on these subjects and the themes studied in the Humanities. In general, a critic evaluates a work or piece based on a common language of a subject. For example, certain terminology is used in the film industry for aesthetic, whereas other terminology is used in architecture. Aside from a common language of art, each subject usually includes a history of influence-how a work was influenced by other works and how a work influence aspects of today’s art and culture. Critics use this common body of history and aesthetic to offer critiques, or judgements on the validity of the importance of aesthetic (it’s representation of beauty).
Please watch the video below (02:33 – 16:32) as a refresher on this deliverable’s content. The video will not tell you everything you need to know to pass this test-out, but it should serve as a refresher.