Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Photo Essay, Man's Bestfriend

Man's Best Friend

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Design plan for Photo essay

 My audience is my teacher and my classmates because they will be the ones viewing my project from my computer screen. My context will be in class in two weeks were my classmates will take turns viewing my project. This project needs to have at least eight to ten pages with photos and narrative under each that explains the argument they are creating. I expect my project to be graded based on the way we arrange our photos to create and build the argument we are trying to prove and the words we choose to describe each photos and how this helps create the argument. This argument needs to be understandable by my classmates with no help from me. I am not exactingly sure on the argument I am going to do yet but I think the argument I am trying to get across is that, police dogs should also be given bulletproof vests. These dogs risk there life is just as much as a police offer does, so we do they not get protection as an officer does? I am not exactly sure how I am going to prove this argument but with my dad’s job, I am sure I will be able to find a way to get pictures of cops on the job. I am going to include pictures of polices dogs in action and how they put their life on the line every day I am also going to show pictures of them looking innocent and having fun to give people a sense of that they don’t want these dogs to be hurt and injured. I want my audience to understand my point of view on the argument.
My original design plan was to create an argument that cops are not the lazy donut eating and ticket writing people that society labels them as. But then after meeting some police dogs my whole design plan changed. I think I struggle on this essay a little because it was hard getting pictures of these dogs because the only time I could was when I was free on the weekends and went with my dad to work.   Overall I believe that I was able to get my point across by showing the dogs as being innocent and vulnerable. I tried to make the dogs seem just as important as their human counterparts.

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