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      <h1><span class="mce-annotation tox-comment" data-mce-annotation-uid="mce-conversation_39124539331662741473397" data-mce-annotation="tinycomments">Assignment</span> #3: Color Theory</h1>
      <p>For this week's assignment, you will learn the basics of color theory.</p>
      <p>Select one of the following topics, and write a research essay. Ensure you answer the questions in full, and provide references for any primary or secondary sources<sup id="footnote_83179098411662742784603" class="mce-footnote"><a href="#footnotes_entry_83179098411662742784603">1</a></sup> consulted. Contact {{Course.Teacher.Name}} or {{Course.Department.Head}} if you have any questions about the assignment.</p>
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      <h2>This week's tasks</h2>
      <p>Begin by watching the video above then proceed to the assignment questionnaire by pressing continue below.</p>
      <h3>Topic List</h3>
        <li>The origin of Color theory and its effect on emotion and mood is contentious.<sup id="footnote_98446634721662742994322" class="mce-footnote"><a href="#footnotes_entry_98446634721662742994322">2</a></sup> Identify your understanding of the originators of Color theory. Argue for the effectiveness of certain color palettes over others to create different moods.</li>
        <li>While some experts argue there are no new color palettes, others argue innovation is a constant process. Choose one side, and build an argument: There are no new color palette innovations. New color palette innovations are happening all the time.</li>
        <li>Select three examples of color theory in practice that are all part of one medium (e.g. film, magazine, television). Explain why these three examples are effective. Contrast and argue why one of these examples is more effective in its use of color theory concepts compared to the others.</li>
        <li>Wassily Kandinsky states &ldquo;Color is a power which directly influences the soul.&rdquo;<sup id="footnote_34341905131662743043554" class="mce-footnote"><a href="#footnotes_entry_34341905131662743043554">3</a></sup> Explain what Kandinsky meant, and provide an argument explaining what Kandinsky means using color theory principles.</li>
        <li>Think about the difference between mixing colors using colored lights vs using paint.</li>
        <li>Pay extra attention to the different complementary color models.</li>
        <p>&ldquo;Color is a power which directly influences the soul.&rdquo;<br><span style="color: #95a5a6;"><em>&ndash;&nbsp;Wassily Kandinsky&nbsp;</em></span></p>
      <p>Please submit your tasks before {{Assignment.DueDate}}</p>
      <h2>Grading Criteria</h2>
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            <th style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">&nbsp;</th>
            <td style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">High Achievement</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;" scope="col">Good Achievement</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;" scope="col">Pass</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;" scope="col">Fail</td>
            <th style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">Demonstrated knowledge of color theory</th>
            <td style="width: 18.0915%;">The student shows an outstanding knowledge and command of color theory concepts</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows good knowledge and understanding of color theory concepts</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows some knowledge of color theory and a basic understanding of color theory concepts</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student has not demonstrated knowledge of color theory, or the concepts of color theory.</td>
            <th style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">Argument composition skills</th>
            <td style="width: 18.0915%;">The student shows an outstanding argument composition skills</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows good argument composition skills</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows some argument composition skills.</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student does not show clear argument composition skills</td>
            <th style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">Consulted resources</th>
            <td style="width: 18.0915%;">The student shows they have consulted excellent resources</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student has consulted good resources</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student has consulted some resources required for the assignment</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student has not consulted adequate resources</td>
            <th style="width: 18.0915%;" scope="col">Writing, Grammar, and Clarity</th>
            <td style="width: 18.0915%;">The student shows a command of the language in their work</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows effective writing skills</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows clear writing skills</td>
            <td style="width: 18.2224%;">The student shows unclear writing skills</td>
      <div class="mce-footnotes">
          <li id="footnotes_entry_83179098411662742784603"><a class="mce-footnotes-backlink" href="#footnote_83179098411662742784603">^&nbsp;</a><span class="mce-footnotes-note">AMA Style Guide.&nbsp;<a href=""></a>. Accessed September 9, 2022.&nbsp;</span></li>
          <li id="footnotes_entry_98446634721662742994322"><a class="mce-footnotes-backlink" href="#footnote_98446634721662742994322">^&nbsp;</a><span class="mce-footnotes-note">Color theory. Wikipedia. <a href=""></a>. Published September 3, 2022. Accessed September 24, 2022.&nbsp;</span></li>
          <li id="footnotes_entry_34341905131662743043554"><a class="mce-footnotes-backlink" href="#footnote_34341905131662743043554">^&nbsp;</a><span class="mce-footnotes-note">Kandinsky W. A quote from concerning the spiritual in art. Goodreads. <a href=""></a>. Accessed September 14, 2022.&nbsp;</span></li>



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