Listen to this Broadcast.
- Orson Welles – War Of The Worlds – Radio Broadcast 1938 – Complete Broadcast.Link (é“¾æŽ¥åˆ°å¤–éƒ¨ç½‘ç«™ã€‚)
Part 1: Please answer the following questions to the best of your abilities:
1). What is the name of the Radio Broadcast you just experienced?
2). Who wrote or created the Radio Broadcast?
3). What year was this Radio Broadcast created?
4). What genre(s) would this Radio Broadcast fit into?
5) Cite your Radio Broadcast in MLA format or Chicago format.
6). Who would be the audience for this Radio Broadcast?
7). In your opinion: What is one of the most important scenes in this Radio Broadcast? 100 words count max
8). How many characters were in this piece?
9). How was sound used in this piece? 100 words count max
10). Did this form of entertainment remind you of podcasts?
11). What’s your opinion of the piece? 100 words max
12). How might this Radio Broadcast relate to your life in 2020? 200 word count max
1). Read: Orson Wellesâ€™s â€œWar of the Worldsâ€ radio play is broadcast – Link (é“¾æŽ¥åˆ°å¤–éƒ¨ç½‘ç«™ã€‚)
Attention: To receive credit for the lab work. You must always cite the video/text/audio you’re writing about in either MLA or Chicago style citation. Cite: Name, Title, Date, Genre, Publisher/Studio/Time Duration
You must meet the word count expressed to receive credit.
Example: Morrison, Toni. Jazz. 1st trade ed. New York: Knopf, 1992.