After reading Brad’s Blog Challenge, http://blog.edulang.com/blog-challenge-compare-and-contrast-photo/, I found that there are many different ways that you can compare pictures, and many different pictures that could be compared. People all have different views on how things are alike and different, and they will each comment on pictures in a different manner. After exploring Larry’s best ways to use photos in lessons, http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2010/06/27/the-best-ways-to-use-photos-in-lessons/, I learned different ways that I could incorporate photos into my classroom and lessons. I think that I could use the image detective process to discuss subjects with students to find different clues about the photos, as well as come up with questions about photos. Overall, I discovered that photos can be used in different ways, and can have many different meanings.
1. How are these cats similar to one another? What do they have in common?
2. What do you think these cats are doing and thinking?