Chapter 11: Making Visual Meanings


11.1 The Contemporary Significance of Visual Meanings

11.2 Designs of Visual Meanings

11.3 Perceptual Images and Mental Images

11.4 A Grammar of the Visual

11.5 Deconstructing Images

11.6 Image Making as Design

11.7 Parsing Images

11.8 Multimodal Pedagogy in Practice

Supporting Material

Visual Representation and Communication

Kress and van Leeuwen on Images and Writing

Arnheim on the Neglect of Images

Mitchell on the ‘Pictorial Turn’

Kalantzis and Cope, Analysing the Designs of Images

Multimodal Literacies

Pip’s Website Work

van Haren and Gorman, ‘Rex’ by Ursula Dubosarsky

van Haren and Gorman, Can a Wolf and a Rabbit Live Happily Ever After?

van Haren and Gill, Wabi Sabi: Intercultural Meaning Making

Perceptual and Mental Images

McGinn on Seeing with the Body’s Eye and the Mind’s Eye

Sartre on the Imaginary

The Visual Design Process

John Locke on Empirical Knowledge

Gombrich on the Psychology of Imaging

Merleau-Ponty on Perception and Imagination

Paths to Synaesthesia: Making Connections between Visual and Other Modes of Meaning

Early Multimodal Literacies

Callow on Multimodal Texts in Everyday Classrooms

Making a Political Brochure

From Theory to Practice

Learning Modules

#edtech Literacies Applications

Further Reading

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