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Using Images to Teach. Lies, all lies!. “ While photographs may not lie, liars may photograph ”. Analyzing a picture. BCeSIS. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PA4Vrpd5qA. 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”
bcesis
BCeSIS
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PA4Vrpd5qA
are these two girls the same person
Are these two girls the same person?

What made you decide that they were not?

beauty
Beauty…
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYhCn0jf46U
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
  • http://multimodalliteracy.weebly.com
  • Password= literacy
conclusion
Conclusion
  • 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