1.Closely reading any text, whether written or visual, requires that students proceed more slowly and methodically, noticing details, making connections and asking questions. This takes practice.Be detectives!Practicing visual thinking skills with these images can also hone important skills that transfer to other texts. Making sense of intriguing images like these can be more like detective work than anything else: Careful attention to detail rewards the viewer with a “big picture” understanding.Choose one of the photos. Use the photo number as the heading for your post. Examine and write down the details you notice. Use those details to figure out what’s going on in the photo. Then write a paragraph caption describing the event. Be sure to proofread for spelling, grammar, and sentence structure. Use your imagination to add precise details like place, time, date, event, etc.A sample discussion post is attached.
2.Write an ‘internal message’ email.
Some ideas are given in the attached document, but adapt and change them as you wish. ONLY CHOOSE ONE NUMBER ON THE LIST. The ideas are suggestions for the content of your email. (names,phones or smt. doesnt matter, i can edit it.)