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1 Critical Literacy of War Imagery Purpose: To position students to critically analyze historical and contemporary images of war for their persuasive intent

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3 What was it? When was it? Where was it? Who was involved? How did it conclude?

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5 What was the role that artists played in “nation building” during the American Revolution?

6 Go to this link: 1.html 1.html Directions: Read the activity: (1) The Case of Confused Identity Key Questions: 1) What was the photographer doing to photographs that was staged? 2) What was the intent of the photographer in staging the photographs?

7 1) What was the photographer doing to photographs that was staged? 2) What was the intent of the photographer in staging the photographs? 3) What role did photographers play in nation- building during the Civil War?

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9 coffins.html In three sentences, explain what this article was about.

10 What role do photographers play in nation-building during our current wars?

11 Find 4 photographs taken from contemporary American war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Write a paragraph for each photograph that answers these questions: 1) “What was the intent of the photographer with taking this image?” 2) “Do you agree with the photographer’s perspective with this image? Explain.”

12 Construction of Knowledge – construct new knowledge to solve problems Disciplined Inquiry – investigative exploration that led to elaborate conversation Value Beyond School – academic knowledge that can be practically used in life


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