By Jeremiah Dohn – University of Nebraska Omaha
This video project was created for Dr. Tammie Kennedy’s
ENG 3000: Rhetoric, Memory, and Popular Film course. Students were asked to identify a memory represented on screen and how it intersected with or conflicted with their lives. They were then to make a multi-genre or multimodal argument about the relationship between their life experiences and memories and how the film misrepresented, shaped, supported, or disrupted those experiences.
RESPONSES & REFLECTIONS
Response 1: Christine Fitzpatrick
Response 2: Geof Carter
Student Reflection: Jeremiah Dohn
Instructor Reflection: Tammie Kennedy
Course and Assignment Description
WORK CITED by Jeremiah Dohn
“Flower Blooming Rose”. youtube.com. rulivede, 16 Mar. 2008. Web. 3 May 2010.
Beethoven, Ludvig van. Moonlight Sonata. Perf. Wilhelm Kempff, 1991. MP3.