“No More,” Tim Coady (2019) — Inquiry 4

The following links will take you to the video and presentation of the project. On YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfeRzHmLFS0&t=3s In-class PowerPoint presentation: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Q5z0xVvMBKFdl3tC7jbe9PyokJpuR4XM

“Children of the World,” Carter Jones (2016) — Inquiry 4

You can see the website here: http://carterajones21.wix.com/childrenoftheworld   For inquiry four, I created a website that focused on one of the main aspects of my inquiry three essay, child trafficking and labor. The template for my site was for world hunger and poverty awareness, so the …

Untitled Poem, Nanci Hunter (2016) — Inquiry 4

This poem can be downloaded in PDF format here: Nanci Hunter.docx You can also listen to an audio recording of it here: Nanci Hunter Audio   In my opinion, Inquiry 4 was by far the hardest to complete in comparison to the rest. I think I work …

“Happy Ending,” Dongni Huang (2015) — Inquiry 4

Check out Huang’s project here: http://www.pixton.com/comic/vyf2bpdi When I was told about this assignment, I felt stressed and challenged because I thought it would be difficult and boring for us to remediate the previous assignment. However, when I knew that we could create a comic, I felt …

“#StoptheDrones,” Hamza Malik (2015) — Inquiry 4

Watch Malik’s video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ5yZ2slrWk The first time I heard the professor say that we were going to remediate our inquiry 3 with any visual rhetoric, I instantly knew I was going to make video. I had a lot of experience working with videos in high …