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            Animal Rights
  **All of your genres must be created
    by YOU, not taken from other
                medias.

 Remember: All written submissions
 must be typed in Times New Roman,
            12 point font
      Genre Check 2
 Due: Friday, October 14th
Choose from Category 1: Visual with
         Words/Journalism
 This must be at least 1 page long,
          double-spaced
Category 1: Cartoon Strip
       Cartoon Strip
    Category 2: Individual
Category 1:Cartoon Cartoon
           Individual




 http://media.photobucket.com/image/cartoons%20for%20animal%20rights/Primate_bucket/BzAnimalRightsCartoon07.jpg



         http://www.onextrapixel.com/2010/02/25/80-extreme-advertisements-that-will-challenge-your-mind/
Category 1: Wanted Poster




  http://speakingofresearch.com/tag/wanted-posters/
Category 1: Character Trading
            Cards




  http://sms.iwcs.k12.va.us/iprojectanimals/Animal%20Trading%20Card%20Example.png
Category 1:Bumper Sticker




http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/yhst-6661698760614_2121_348382
      Category 1: Picture Book
              3 Pages




http://www.amazon.com/Thats-Why-Dont-Eat-Animals/dp/1556437854/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1317996557&sr=1-1
Category 1: Poster for movie,
     book, or TV show




http://media.photobucket.com/image/movie%20poster%20on%20animal%20rights/meatismurder2457/animal%2520and%
2520human%2520rights/earthlings.jpg
Category 1: Graphic Novel
         Excerpt




http://torontopigsave.wordpress.com/3-essays/
          Category 2: Billboard




http://change-production.s3.amazonaws.com/photos/wordpress_copies/animals/2010/03/veg-250x180.jpg
Category 1: Greeting Card
 Animal Rights Greeting Card
Category 1: Postcard
Category 1: Newspaper Article
  Headline followed by the lead (first
paragraph). The body provides supporting
 details and background. Paragraphs are
  shorter, and there are fewer transitions

Lab Staff Accused of Animal Abuse: NY
                 Times
Category 1: Advice Column
Category 1: Magazine Article
      Time Magazine Article

     Information and Opinion
       Category 1: Newsletter
             • ARC Newsletter
• A newsletter should answer the following
  questions:
  – How will the newsletter further the mission of
    your organization?
  – What is the goal of your organization?
  – Who is the targeted readership of your
    newsletter?
CATEGORY 3: Creative
   Writing/Digital
  Due: November 4th

2 PAGES; DOUBLE-SPACED
    1-3 GENRES CAN BE
 COMPLETED TO ATTAIN
  LENGTH REQUIREMENT
Category 5: Song Lyrics
Category 5: Poems (any format)
Category 5:SHORT STORY
Category 5: DIARY/JOURNAL
          ENTRIES
Category 5: FABLE
Category 5: ALLEGORY
Category 5: PARODY
   Category 5: SHORT
DIALOGUE SCENE FROM
 PLAY w/stage directions
    Category 5: SHORT
 DIALOGUE SCENE FROM
MOVIE w/notes for camera shots
Category 5: MYTH, TALL
 TALE, or FAIRY TALE
Category 5: TALK SHOW
      INTERVIEW
Category 5: SCRIPT OF
    TELEPHONE
  CONVERSATION
   Category 6: Video
Alec Baldwin and Animal Rights
             Parody:
a humorous or satirical imitation
of a serious piece of literature or
             writing:
   The Spoof: Three Reported Missing
Category 5: Song Lyrics
Category 5: Poems (any format)
Category 5:SHORT STORY
Category 5: DIARY/JOURNAL
          ENTRIES
                  Category 5: FABLE
• a succinct fictional story, in prose or verse,
  that features animals, mythical creatures,
  plants, inanimate objects, or forces of nature
  which are anthropomorphized (given human
  qualities), and that illustrates a moral lesson
  (a "moral")
(wikipedia.com)
              Category 5: ALLEGORY
• communicates its message by means of
  symbolic figures, actions or symbolic
  representation.

•   (wikipedia.com)
             Parody:
a humorous or satirical imitation
of a serious piece of literature or
             writing:
   The Spoof: Three Reported Missing
      Category 5: SHORT
   DIALOGUE SCENE FROM
    PLAY w/stage directions
• Stage directions: directions given to the
  actors
    Category 5: SHORT
 DIALOGUE SCENE FROM
MOVIE w/notes for camera shots
• Camera Shot Notes: pan in, pan out, etc.
      Category 5: MYTH, TALL
       TALE, or FAIRY TALE
•   Myth: a traditional or legendary story, usually
    concerning some being or hero or event,
    with or without a determinable basis of fact or a
    natural explanation
•   Tall Tale: an exaggerated, unreliable story
•   Fairy Tale: a story, usually for children, about
    elves, hobgoblins, dragons, fairies, or other
    magical creatures.
•   Dictionary.com
    Category 5: TALK SHOW
          INTERVIEW
• Get questions and answers from
  RESEARCH
Category 5: SCRIPT OF
    TELEPHONE
  CONVERSATION

				
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