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Using Images to Teach. Lies, all lies!. “ While photographs may not lie, liars may photograph ”. Analyzing a picture. BCeSIS. Are these two girls the same person?. What made you decide that they were not?. Beauty….

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lies all lies
Lies, all lies!
  • “While photographs may not lie, liars may photograph”
are these two girls the same person
Are these two girls the same person?

What made you decide that they were not?

photographs as constructed texts
Photographs as “constructed” texts
  • Photographers or subjects may stage photographs in order to deliver a message
  • Photographs may depict atypical situations or events
  • Photographs may be deliberately altered
  • Photographs may exclude important aspects of a situation
things to consider handout
Things to consider: (handout)
  • Careful attention to details
  • Geographical data (climate, landscape)
  • Historical data (clothing, hairstyles, furniture)
  • Sociological data (social class, relationships)
  • Emotional context (feelings of people depicted)
  • Aesthetic qualities (general appeal, use of colour, light, texture)
  • Photographer/artist’s perspective and purpose (intended audience & messages conveyed)
working with the images
Working with the Images
  • In a small group, discuss how you have already used images in the classroom.
  • What questions would you generate to get students thinking about the images?
popular images
Popular Images
  • Each group will be assigned a famous Canadian image
  • What are the different ways that you can analyze the image?
  • Is one way better than the other?
strategies that i use
Strategies that I use…
  • 5 Ws- Who, What, Where, When and Why
  • OPBA
  • O- Opinion
  • P- Purpose
  • B- Bias
  • A- Accuracy
images as narrative tool
Images as Narrative Tool
  • Create a group that has a someone with a digital camera and another person with a laptop.
  • Use a digital camera to record 24 pictures which tells a story.
      • Day and the life a Teacher Candidate
      • Literacy tale
      • ???
images as a narrative tool
Images as a Narrative Tool
  • Arrange the pictures using image software to create a narrative.
  • Free programs available on-line (see website)
  • Return to the class at 11:15 to tell your story.
  • Post to Digital Literacy Website
making movies with pictures
Making movies with pictures
  • Password= literacy
  • We will meet here for attendance and then head down to room 1007 (Scarfe).
  • We will be doing reading discussions on Friday and Monday.
  • The remainder of the class on Friday will be to work on your project.
  • Monday– web quest and/or project
  • Presentations will take place on Wednesday and Friday