Many films and staff working for in the Media Industry, like Disney, play a huge controversial role in addressing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
- How is Disney embodied in my quilt? The most iconic symbol in Disney culture is Mickey Mouse. Mickey Mouse was the first ever character designed by Walt Disney (Founder of Disney) and is a globally recognized character.
- What role did Disney play in addressing HIV/AIDS? Disney has set up many campaigns and the media influence has been crucial in spreading awareness for HIV/AIDS.
- How is that role surprising? When people think about Disney, they usually think about a fun, happy vibe for children.
Academic titles have two tasks.
- earnt the readers’ attention
- suggest the angle/thesis of the article/ essay
Three Creative Title Examples: – The Beast Within: An analysis of Disney’s Role in the International Communities in addressing the AIDS/HIV epidemic – The AIDS epidemic in Disney ( gives curiosity) – AIDS in our Media
How will you create relationships and generate interest throughout the “scrolling down” experience?
The author of this introduces the topic by starting out by using background information with statistical values.
Very informative and gives a long introduction.
Uses a lot of quotations throughout the writing.
Step 1: L.A. Times is already a credible source, so there does not need to be an introduction to “Joe Potato”.
4 Ways to Integrate a Quotation:
- Single phrase set off by a comma. This characterizes the author. Less of the author present.
- Single verb with a “that” clause. The brackets she added is using your own words that weren’t in the quotation originally, but it is used to make the reading make more sense.
- Single clause or full sentence set off by a colon
- Quotation integrated in the grammar of the sentence. Blends the essay author’s idea with Amy Tan’s original work. Probably the hardest to use but it’s the best way to use it for a nice blend.
Commentary: The commentary on the logic of the passage would say how the quote was used and point out the flaws and disagreements in it. The commentary on the language used in the passage to describe the quote and gives an explanation. The two types of commentary can both be used in the writings we will write to get opinions through.