9-11 Never Forget - Section 2: Warm-up: "The Names" Video Montage

 
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9-11 Tribute: "The Names" and Responding to an Iconic Photo

Unit 3: Because He Hears a Different Drummer:Various Approaches for Comparing Genres and Analyzing Texts
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use multiple media formats to compare and contrast responses to and commemorations of 9-11, including Thomas Hoepker's iconic 9-11 photograph, which was published five years after 9-11.

Big Idea: Living in a visual, image driven world requires students to have the skills to accurately interpret the rhetoric of those images.

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English / Language Arts, Billy Collins, 9, Frank Rich, "The Names", Thomas Hoepker
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