Reflection: Fictional Elements in Pictures (Day 1/2) - Section 2: Whole Group Inquiry

 

I pulled from several sources for my prompts. First, I had a few well-worn Scholastic magazines that had some thought-provoking pictures. They have a “Strange but True” section that never fails to get students’ attention. Next, I did Google and Pinterest searches for “writing picture prompts” that turned up some great results. There were even a couple of boards dedicated to such pictures on Pinterest. Here are a few links to what I found:

 

http://www.pinterest.com/selsmith479/writing-picture-prompts/

http://www.pinterest.com/selsmith479/writing-picture-prompts/ 

http://www.slideshare.net/kevcummins/150-amazing-writing-prompts-pictures

http://www.slideshare.net/beckerl1/pictures-for-writing-prompts

 

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Fictional Elements in Pictures (Day 1/2)

Unit 11: Mastering Fiction Elements through Photos, Videos, and Text
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: Students will use a picture prompt to answer question stems.

Big Idea: To begin thinking about fictional elements, students brainstorm ideas about what is happening in a picture prompt.

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English / Language Arts, character action, Genres (Reading), Fiction (Reading), plot, setting, fiction elements, Question Stems, 5 W questions
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