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    05-11-2011, 01:13 PM
help with my equine studies course please :)

Hey everyone this is my first post on here (very excited!)
I am currently studying an equine studies diploma.
Im loving it but im a little stuck
The end of module project is this -
Imagine you have met someone who has lived in isolation all their life.
Describe what a horse is. Use pictures and cut outs (approx 500 words)

I know that once I get started i'll be fine but im stuck on how to start it.
Any suggestions?
Thankyou very much
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    05-11-2011, 01:20 PM
Get a whole bunch of horse magazines and cut pictures out. I did something similar dor and english project. I wrote a poem and it turned out really good. I cut words out that remind me of horses, try something like that...
    05-11-2011, 01:28 PM
Hey yes i've planned all of that stuff it's just the beginning i'm struggling with.
Sorry i'm rubbish at explaining this stuff!
I'm not sure how to open it if you see what I mean.
Unless I start with a picture and labels and then go from there.
If I could just get the first two sentences done i'll be fine!
    05-12-2011, 01:10 AM
Sounds like an interesting project.
I don't know how much creative lisence you have with it but make sure you not only explain things logically but also emotionally. When you talk to someone about something they don't know about it's your feelings, detailed descriptions and similies/metaphores that will paint a picture to them.
Hope this isn't jibberish!

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