Dec 2, 2022
English III students were asked to research three political images that speak to them around one common subject. Students had to prepare a script to accompany the images. They had to talk about the event, and then tell how the three pictures work together to tell a story. While creating their slideshows, students had to consider the following questions:
- Why is or was the person or even important?
- What are you trying to show your audience about the perspectives that people had or have of the person or event?
- How does the image reflect attitudes, not to just preserve a moment in time?
Students also had to choose a logical sequence for their slides, either chronological, or least shocking to most shocking, etc., choose what they were going to say about each image; and to give credit to the photographer. This was a way for students to practice their public speaking while presenting their slideshow, which is a Common Core Standard.