16 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2021
    1. As stated earlierMrs. Robinson is constantly shown in the dark alluding to her forbidden sexual implications.

      I'm having a hard time trying to figure out what you mean here.

    2. never see her full body which creates an ambiance of mystery and f

      great point! We never see her full body so we are left wondering and that holds our focus making it easier to identify with Ben and his gaze.

    3. connotto-be-looked-at-ness”

      it seems like there is some missing text here?

    4. Laura Mulvey is a british filmmaker and theorist wrote a book in 1975 called, VisualPleasure and Narrative Cinema during the midst of the feminist movement during the 1960swhich prominently explains the male gaze theory

      I believe you mentioned this in the first paragraph.


  2. Sep 2021
    1. a

      A comma or a new sentence here... it gets a little hard to follow half way through.

    2. Diet culture has made people think that the human body looks one wa

      what is diet culture? what is the one way? I'm confused.

    3. ll bodies are beach bodies

      Yes they are! Good point!

    4. patriarchal tropes

      How does it use patriarchal tropes?

    5. 4,000 to 10,000 ads

      In what time frame?


  3. Aug 2021
    1. An essay is good if it has sprung from necessity

      If someone has a personal need to write about something then their passion for the topic will hopefully shine through and make it a great essay. Saying "an essay is good if it has sprung from necessity".. is just not true in my opinion. I might need to write about pollen in Australia for a class. If i am not passionate about pollen my essay probably won't be that great.

    2. I don’t know what I think til I see what I say.

      This sentence really resonated with me! I am often surprised at what I say when I am not censoring myself. It shows me what I really feel about something, whether I am conscious of it or not.

    3. know.

      What is it that she wants to know? What makes an essay great and who gets to be the judge of that?

    1. benefit to students who are in arts

      Why is it especially beneficial to those in the Arts? Will learning to analyze visual images aid an artist with their own work, or make them more critical of it?

    1. Summarize or paraphrase paragraphs or sentences

      I've heard this is a great way to really understand what a paragraph is about. Read it and then summarize it in your own words for notes

    1. cameras on, it would help the class community.

      I agree that when cameras are on in an online classroom that it makes it feel more like a community. Community offers comfort and a feeling of belonging, which I believe makes it easier to share your thoughts.