Reflection Paper

Course name: Visual Communication in the Media 
Throughout this course, we have thoroughly examined the effects visuals have on viewers. We have analyzed the sensory and perceptual responses of viewers when they see media images. In a 1-2-page APA formatted paper with an additional reference page (template here), address the following:
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Reflect on what you have learned about visuals and how they communicate.
Discuss how you may be able to use images and visuals to communicate in your personal life and career.
Summarize what you have learned about the process of visual analysis using critical reasoning and source information to identify how viewers will most likely respond to media images.
Provide real-life examples to explain point of view.

Support the items above by including relevant quotes and paraphrases from academic/scholarly sources.

 PLEASE USE RUBRIC
Completes all portions of the Assignment Instructions
23% of total grade
Mastery: Advanced or exceeds achievement
Submission discusses all four of the following instructional elements: 1. Reflection of visuals and how they communicate 2. Visuals in career or life situations 3. Summarizes process of visual analysis 4. Gives real-life applications
11.5

Level of Analysis
44% of total grade
Mastery: Advanced or exceeds achievement
Analysis thoroughly considers several diverse audience responses using several examples and insightful theoretical reasoning. Analysis clearly demonstrates mastery of visuals and how the communicate in media.
Use of sources to substantiate points
23% of total grade
Mastery: Advanced or exceeds achievement
Analysis is supported by relevant quotes and paraphrases from academic/scholarly sources.
11.5

APA Formatting, Mechanical & Grammatical Elements
10% of total grade
Mastery: Advanced or exceeds achievement
Paper contains all of the following: 1. APA page, reference page, and formatting 2. Complete, polished, and error-free cohesive sentences and paragraphs 3. Contains an introduction, body, and conclusion