Movie Vs. Movies Essay

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In general, I thought that this class was a pretty good easy class. I liked that we were about to work with the same topic throughout the course of the class. For my topic that I picked for both of the essay and the visual argument was books vs. movies. I really like my topic because it is a very polarizing topic, people either like books more or they like the movie more. While I was trying to find reasons to pin the two against each other, I found out that most of the time if people have read the book before than most likely they thought the book was a lot better than the movie. It was hard to find reasons on why the movie was thought to be better than the book. For me I love watching movies and reading books but I thought that books were better. While trying to find some resources to use in the written argument, I also found out that some authors like Stephen King actually hated the movie adaption of their book. The resources for the written argument were a little difficult because it was hard to find resources that weren’t very opinion based but the ones that I did find were pretty strong for my argument. When it came to which one I liked doing better, I definitely liked so the visual argument better. I like that assignment better because I had an easier time knowing what to put on it and didn’t need to look for resources. Plus I like being more creative instead of serious writing so being able to draw out a little poster was better than then writing the essay in my opinion and I think that the poster that I made was pretty good. I thought that I really got my point across pretty well with splitting the poster into three different sections to show three different ideas of why books are better than movies. While writing the wr... ... middle of paper ... ...ing that I can think of to improve it, everything the we did made sense and was explained clearly enough to really know what we were working on in class and every question I had was answered well and helped me understand better. s a summary of what the main essay was about while listing off the rhetorical appeals and target audience. However, at the time I didn’t really think about the rhetorical analysis papers as an aid to the author and artists statement, so they didn’t really help me prepare for the statements that I wrote. I honestly didn’t find anything problematic in the curriculum for me. I thought that it was really good there is nothing that I can think of to improve it, everything the we did made sense and was explained clearly enough to really know what we were working on in class and every question I had was answered well and helped me understand better.
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