Presentation on theme: "READING AN IMAGE TO PRACTISE YOUR SKILLS YOU MUST:"— Presentation transcript:
READING AN IMAGE TO PRACTISE YOUR SKILLS YOU MUST:
WHAT DOES THIS IMAGE TELL YOU?
WHAT CAN THIS IMAGE TELL YOU?
WHAT CAN YOU READ IN THIS IMAGE?
IN PAIRS DISCUSS WHAT YOU THINK EACH IMAGE IS ABOUT. Remember to give reasons for your reading. WHAT DO YOU THINK THE IMAGES HAVE IN COMMON? Could they be depicting the same event? WHAT ONE WORD WOULD YOU CHOOSE TO DESCRIBE WHAT THE IMAGES SHOW?
NOW READ THIS POEM Belfast Confetti Suddenly as the riot squad moved in, it was raining exclamation marks, Nuts, bolts, nails, car-keys. A fount of broken type. And the explosion. Itself - an askerisk on the map. This hyphenated line, a burst of rapid fire… I was trying to complete a sentence in my head but it kept stuttering, All the alleyways and side streets blocked with stops and colons. I know this labyrinth so well - Balaclava, Raglan, Inkerman, Odessa Street - Why can’t I escape? Every move is punctuated. Crimea Street. Dead end again. A Saracen, Kremlin-2 mesh. Makrolon face-shields. Walkietalkies. What is My name? Where am I coming from? Where am I going? A fusillade of question- marks. Ciaran Carson
CAN YOU READ THE IMAGES IN THIS POEM? IN GROUPS OF 4, DISCUSS What did you do when you looked at the pictures? How can you use the same strategy with words? Now choose words and phrases that best suit the three images you’ve seen. Here they are again.
What have you learned? -about reading an image? -how analogy helps us understand complex things more easily? [what analogy have we used here?] -how collective memory helps our thinking?
REASONING SKILLS THINK ABOUT THE SKILLS YOU’VE LEARNED IN THIS TRIAD OF LESSONS: -WHAT OTHER SUBJECTS DO YOU USE THE SAME SKILLS IN? -WHEN DO YOU USE reading an image? Analogy? collective memory?