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Alex Van Hoof 11/22/19 Quickly scan the poster. What do you notice first? I see the numerous adjustments in our legislature that have prompted my life at this moment and my rights as an American native. 2. Look at the words. Does it have a message printed on it? Indeed, it clarifies every revision with an image to run with it. 3. Look at the words. Are there questions or instructions? No, there is no inquiries. In any case, there are directions. While it is formed as clarifying the Bill of Rights and the new changes included, it is truly directions. It is guiding us to pursue the changes. 4. Look at the words. Does it say who created it? No, it doesn't 5. Look at the visuals. List the people, objects, places, and activities in the poster. Diverse shading cooperating, the White House, the Washington Landmark, a timetable, stores, a scale, chains breaking 6. Look at the visuals. What are the main colors used? The shades of the rainbow and dark colored.
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