There are many powerful images that are great for lessons and many places to find them. However, it is important to always stay mindful of copyright.
- Using a Stop and Say strategy, with a shoulder partner access the Copyright site.
- Silently and simultaneously read the first section.
- When you are both finished, say something about the section you just read (question you have, brief summary, key point, interesting point or personal connection.
- Continue this process with all the sections stopping at "Copyright Related Resources for Teachers."
- In a whole group discussion, discuss what you read.
- What are your thoughts about copyright?
- With your original partner, think of topics of lessons that students will experience.
- You will search for an image that can be used with a topic of your choosing.
- Be sure to ask yourself, does your image follow copyright?
See our complete list of copyright-friendly image resources.
With visual literacy it is important that students analyze and interpret the image. Sometimes asking a higher level thinking question helps student think at higher levels.
- Share your image with your partner(s).
- Visit the Bloom's Site.
- Look at the 3 highest levels of thinking; Creating, Evaluating and Analyzing.
- With your partner(s), work together to develop at least one higher-level question that could be used with the image you selected to help students to think, analyze, and/or interpret the image.
- Individually, choose the PicCollage or Canva app.
- Create your image with prompt in one of those apps and share it with others via Airdrop.
- In Evernote, record something you want to remember about choosing images and copyright.