Project #156442 - Video Analysis Assignment

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/28/2016 01:00 pm

Video Analysis Assignment

Religion Class 

 

Herea is the Documentary movie:

 "building the great cathedrals"

 

   This assignment consists of two parts. Each part of this assignment encourages you to think critically about what you see and hear. In addition, this assignment is intended to help you reflect on the way religious material is presented. Below you will find several questions. Answer each of the questions in three or more sentences. The answers to these questions must be typed on a computer and submitted in hard copy by the next class meeting. The answers to these questions should be between 5-7 sentences.

 

1.    What is the purpose of this video? Do you think anything has been left out of the discussion/presentation?

2.    Who is the audience for the video? Why do you think this video is intended for a particular audience?

3.    Does the video seek to validate its claims by quoting scholars or experts? If so, then what are some of the opinions of the scholars or experts in regards to the video’s topic? If the video does not quote scholars or experts, then how does it approach the subject?

4.    How did the video blend imagery, words, and sound to convey a story?

5.    Do you think the claims made in this video are academically correct? Why or why not?

6.    Does the video have a particular bias? If so, then why do you think the video has this

bias?

Each Question is worth 10%. Partial credit will be given as follows: the question is partially answered 7%, the answer is missing a substantial amount of information 5%.

Part II.

This part of the assignment requires you to do some research at the library. Search the library for one primary and one secondary sources that correspond to the material presented in the video and then complete the following requirements.

1. Cite the primary source correctly according to Chicago/Turabian Style beneath the italicized heading “Primary Source.” Write an evaluative paragraph of the primary source by answering the following questions in a paragraph of 5-7 sentences:

A. Who is the author of the text? What is the message of the text? If the primary source is material culture, then you should explain its context.

B. How does this source relate to the video’s topic? Does this source support or challenge the claims of the video?

The primary source citation is worth 5%. The citations must be correct with no errors in order to receive full credit for it. The evaluative paragraph is worth 10%. The evaluative paragraph must thoroughly answer the questions in order to receive full credit for it. The source must be correctly identified as a primary source in order to receive credit for it. Partial credit for the evaluative paragraph will be given as follows: the questions are partially answered 7%, the questions are missing a substantial amount of information 5%.

 

2. Cite the secondary source correctly according to Chicago/Turabian Style beneath the italicized heading “Secondary Source.” Write an evaluative paragraph of the secondary source by answering the following questions in a paragraph of 5-7 sentences:

A. Who is the author? What is the author’s argument/thesis? The best place to find the author’s argument/thesis is the book’s introduction and conclusion.

B. How does this source relate to the video’s topic? Does this source support or challenge the claims of the video?

The secondary source citation is worth 5%. The citations must be correct with no errors in order to receive full credit for it. The evaluative paragraph is worth 10%. The evaluative paragraph must thoroughly answer the questions in order to receive full credit for it. The source must be correctly identified as a secondary source in order to receive credit for it. Partial credit for evaluative paragraph will be given as follows: the questions are partially answered 7%, the questions are missing a substantial amount of information 5%.

Other Grading Criteria

*Make sure to correctly format the paper.

This requirement is worth 5%. In order to receive credit for paper format, the paper must consist of the following: 1 inch margins, single space, 12 size font, and Times New Roman font. You must also have you name, Religion 100, and date in the upper right-hand corner.

*Make sure to check your paper for grammar and punctuation errors.

This requirement is worth 5%. In order to receive full credit for this part of the assignment, the paper must have less than four errors.

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