Collecting and Analyzing Images
Collecting and analyzing images related to an idea or concept helps students acquire new information, stimulates questions, and provides opportunities for sorting and classifying. Images may include calendars, art, photographs, news and magazine clippings, and clip art. After establishing the criteria that the images are intended to represent (e.g., landforms, Canadian symbols, mathematical shapes...), students may browse a predetermined set of images or search for images matching the criteria. As well, encourage students to generate their own questions about the images in order to pursue a deeper analysis of the content.
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Variations Assessment / Think Abouts
Record focused observations on students' growing their independence in locating appropriate images related to the topic/theme. conecting images to the topic/theme under consideration extracting information from images and captions analyzing and applying the ideas and information in the images applying critical thinking skills regarding the images they use (e.g., bias, authenticity, primary/secondary sources...)Focused Observation Form blm/ela/g/blm_5 TBLMFocused Observation Form Sample blm/ela/g/blm_5a TI
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