I’m working on a Film exercise and need support.

Posting Daily Notes: Reading the assigned readings and screening media at home are essential components of this course. There are two sets of questions: one for readings and one for screenings. These postings will help you to synthesize and organize your thoughts about what you learn.

This is a class about black freedom movement.

This week we learning about

Black Radical Memory: Black Panther Party

Media Form: Public Television Documentary

Write two daily notes, one for screening and one for reading.

Reading the books (which I upload)

Watching the screening

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Ocwpn8t0iIbeEk1d…

Make sure you watch a right one.

Follow the templates to write 2 daily notes. The templates for each are below!!

Daily Notes Template for Readings [Template for Screenings Below]

Please add your notes and respond to each section below. You do not have to write in complete sentences (unless you want to), but you do have to write in complete thoughts that I can comprehend. Please do not exceed one-page per daily posting for the readings. If there is more than one reading, use an abbreviation to distinguish the author (ex. for Schmitt, Sch. or Daulatzai, D.)

List main ideas, concepts, arguments and any key* example (s):

List any connections to other texts or media we’ve seen and/or how this text fits into our class:

List your own thoughts about the text (agreement, alternatives, counter points, confusion, inspiration, etc.) and choose one important passage from the text based on your thoughts.

(You can list the page number for longer quotes):

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Daily Notes Template for Screenings

Please add your notes and respond to each section below. You do not have to write in complete sentences (unless you want to), but you do have to write in complete thoughts that I can comprehend. Please do not exceed one-page per daily posting for the screenings. If there is more than one screening, use an abbreviation to distinguish which media text (ex. for episode 1 from Eyes on the Prize, ep. 1)

List main ideas, concepts, arguments and any key example (s):

List your observations about the visuals or audio (the style, techniques, tone).:

List your own thoughts about the media text (agreement, alternatives, counter points, confusion, inspiration, etc.) and choose one important scene or visual/audio moment from the media text based on your thoughts. (You can briefly describe it and/or include a timestamp):