Word Cloud Explaining Work
Next, create a word cloud graphic organizer. A word cloud is a visual depiction, in this case of Mark’s Gospel from your Strauss reading in the previous activities. To create your word cloud, make a list of 10–15 key words or phrases that explain or relate to the content presented in what you’ve read and watched. Use WordClouds.com (Links to an external site.) and the guide “How do I create a word cloud? (Links to an external site.)” to generate your word cloud. Be sure to explore the tools that allow you to highlight important terms/ideas by using color, shape, font, and size differentiation. Additionally, note the process to export your word cloud for submission. Be sure to export your image as a PDF. Helpful tips: You may wish to make more important words larger. To do this, you should repeat those words more times in the text box on the website. If you wish to keep certain words of a phrase together in the final word cloud image, you should use a “~” between the words instead of spaces in the text box. After you have created and exported your word cloud, write a 1- to 2-paragraph rationale of your choices regarding the sizes, colors, shapes, and words/phrases that you chose. This rationale should demonstrate your basic understanding of Mark and its implications in our study.