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Teaching with Photos

Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1.TROUBLEMAKERS, 2.WAITED, and 3. DENIM or DIRT. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations such as giggle/snicker/guffaw, uses precise words/phrases, writes routinely within time frames) ** Lesson link: pinterest.com/... (Photo source link below)

A Pinterest board filled with reading skills and strategies using images.

MAIN IDEA & DETAILS: What is the main idea of this image? What are some of the details you see? List your thoughts in your reading journal.

MAIN IDEA & DETAILS: What is the main idea of this image? What are some of the details you see? List your thoughts in your reading journal.

QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal.

SEQUENCING: What is happening in this image? What happened BEFORE this? What will happen AFTER this? Write your thoughts in your reading journal.

  • Sarah Emerling

    Love these photo ideas. I use pictures as writing prompts, but never with such a directed purpose. Great idea!

CAUSE AND EFFECT? What might cause you to see something like this happening? What would be the effects that might happen? Write your thoughts in your reading journal.

QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal.

SEQUENCING: What is happening in this image? What happened BEFORE this? What will happen AFTER this? Write your thoughts in your reading journal.

SEQUENCING: What is happening in this image? What happened BEFORE this? What will happen AFTER this? Write your thoughts in your reading journal.