Interesting pictures to write about
Pictures to prompt discussion
Image 40 April 10th An amazing Artist, Matt Kish, illustrated every single page of the novel Moby Dick during a three year process. Image August 30th My great friend Annalise Attreed put this drawing in my class one day when I was having a bad day. According to this study , a handshake before an interaction like teaching a lesson will make the recipient more likely to trust and listen to the hand-shaker and LESS likely to avoid whatever they are trying to tell you. Like a champion steer wrangler, the tornado whipped around the helpless town Image February 12th- 1. What will that look like? For example, in their lab reports, they started to be much more detailed and to explain the context clues that led them to a conclusion. While I bemoan the state of Libraries and Librarians in America, I wonder if my love of the art form is prejudicing my evaluation of the situation. Image 30 January 29th: What does it mean in a story when a confrontation is unavoidable? Image 37 March 21st: One of the best things about creating the Re:Framed student blog project is finding amazing songs, videos and images that my students put in their blogs. Click for a larger image. I love looking at her mobile photography and was lucky enough to take a class from her recently.
Image 23 January 14th: I have this image as a large poster in my classroom. Movies, books, albums, all get promoted before they are shared. If you want the inside of your class to look like the outside, or you want to create a mood, or you are getting ready to read the creation chapter of Frankenstein.
This poster reminds me that when you stand against something, the change you make might not be noticeable at first, but if you take a big enough stand it WILL be noticed.
He work on Ravens was haunting and stuck with me for weeks.
Picture writing prompts for middle school
They could spark a discussion about healthy lifestyles. Let these images spark your memory of a joyous moment you spent with family, friends, or by yourself. Click on the image to see it animate. Or, use any of the ideas we suggest in this lesson plan on using our new Picture Prompt feature and other Times images to get students writing, thinking, speaking and listening. Something to consider when unit and lesson planning. I also love how you can see her thinking and values in her photography. I followed them up and got permission to use them here and in schools. I teach English. I just want to say- Hugs- I like em. You can read more about student engagement here. Where is it? Ask them to go home a take a picture of their room or their desk or the wall they look at while they do work… Then have them write about their working space.
If you drop this in the middle or end of a presentation you are sure to get a response. Image 40 April 10th An amazing Artist, Matt Kish, illustrated every single page of the novel Moby Dick during a three year process.
Just ask What are you afraid of? This speaks double ill of those hugs you see in high school where a boy just grabs a random girl and hugs her. What happens to us?
Esl writing prompts with pictures
You should buy all his books- they rule. Even when she was no longer my student, the following year, she would check in on me. While I bemoan the state of Libraries and Librarians in America, I wonder if my love of the art form is prejudicing my evaluation of the situation. How do you feel? What happens when what we want an audience to see is not what they are interested in. Image December 11th, Want to talk about close reading in a presentation? Here is a cool animated GIF to use on your digital projector. Image 23 January 14th: I have this image as a large poster in my classroom.
Image 28 January 24th: Such a cool image. By Michael Gonchar Sept. Something to consider when unit and lesson planning.
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