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Every Picture Tells A Story von Bovin, Madeline (eBook)

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Every Picture Tells A Story

Every Picture Tells A Story consists of 75 reproducible black and white photographs. Different people from several cultural backgrounds are featured. The scenes in the photographs range from the everyday to the humorous and the dramatic. Every Picture Tells A Story makes for lively conversation...each photo comes with an activities page to guarantee success. Besides the 5Ws and other questions, suggestions are given to prompt students to use their imaginations or to get them to discuss wider world issues presented in or related to the photos.

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    Format: PDF
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Seitenzahl: 159
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781926679129
    Verlag: Full Blast Productions
    Größe: 58658kBytes
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Every Picture Tells A Story

Photograph 13 (p. 26-28)

1) With a partner or in a group, write down as many words and expressions that you can think of that relate to the photograph. Share your list with your classmates.
2) Write a title for the photograph. Share your title with your classmates. As a class, choose a title for the photograph.
3) Describe in detail what you see in the photograph.
4) Who are the people in the photograph?
5) Where was the photograph taken? Explain.
6) What is written on the paper each person is holding?
7) What are some things these people have in common?
8) Describe the feelings of the people in the photograph by looking at facial expressions.
9) Write a cartoon bubble telling what he is thinking for the man in the middle wearing the black and white shirt.
10) Pretend your teacher just gave you back a test and you did not do very well. With a partner, discuss the test and why you did not get a very good mark.
11) A census is a gathering of information about a group of people. Conduct a census in your class or in your school. Create a list of ten to twenty questions to ask. You can ask people to name their favorite sport, their favorite movie, musical group, their favorite season, etc. Ask your chosen respondents the questions, collect the data and share it with your classmates.
12) With a partner, invent a dialogue between the student with the lowest grade on a test in the class and that student's teacher. Perform your dialogue for your classmates.
13) Using a title of your choice and using vocabulary from number 1 above, write a paragraph about this photograph.

Photograph 14

1) With a partner or in a group, write down as many words and expressions that you can think of that relate to the photograph. Share your list with your classmates.
2) Write a title for the photograph. Share your title with your classmates. As a class, choose a title for the photograph.
3) Describe in detail what you see in the photograph.
4) What do you think happened to the man's leg or foot?
5) Have you ever broken a bone? Did you ever have to use crutches?
6) What kind of restaurant do you think is in the photograph?
7) What is your favorite restaurant? Why?
8) What is your favorite meal? What is your least favorite food?
9) Can you cook? What is your specialty?
10) Do you have a doctor? Do you like your doctor?
11) Have you ever been in a local hospital? How were you treated? Did you like the food?
12) List ten meals you absolutely love and five foods you would rather not eat. Compare your list with your classmates' lists.
13) With a partner, invent a dialogue between the man with the crutches in the photograph and his grandchild. Perform your dialogue for your classmates.
14) Using a title of your choice and using vocabulary from number 1 above, write a paragraph about this photograph.

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