Global Warming Act now before it's too late

Global Warming. What many would call a non-existent issue is actually a problem that is at the very core of our life here on earth. Let it go on for too long, and we destroy ourselves. There's no pretty way to put it. Read on for more information about this important issue.


During this project, the part that I completed best was definitely the written text. I was able to quickly express my point of view without too much deliberation and I edited the text easily. If I had to repeat the task, I would definitely try and knock it over more quickly. I felt like I spent too much time on the things that were the easiest, leaving myself with a bit of a challenge to complete both the written and visual text in one weekend. A few challenges I faced were the obvious daunting prospect of using Photoshop for the first time, and logging in and using Adobe Spark. Luckily I was able to gain help and after that I didn’t have many issues. I’ve learned a lot along the way of this task, but the biggest thing I’ve learned is definitely how powerful visual texts, particularly advertisements, can be. I never would have guessed half of the strategies behind visual advertising if it weren’t for this task and I’m definitely more aware of the media's strategies as a result. I enjoyed annotating both texts because it helped me gain a greater grasp and understanding of the whole concept of global warming, and I learned a lot about the importance of this too. I found it interesting to also address other opinions in my research, as this made my text all the more convincing because I had more evidence to prove my point. Above all, I enjoyed researching an issue that I was overly passionate about and gaining more knowledge. I learned a lot about the art of persuasion along the way and I think this assessment was definitely worth the hard work.


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Caitlin Hill


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