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Think About the Image Images and Questions for Thought For each of these images, you will see a series of questions. Look at the image on the slide and study it for a few moments. Think about what you see and what you think might be happening in the image. Now, look at the questions that go with the image. Read each question carefully and think about your answer. You can work alone on these images, or with a friend. If you work alone, you may answer the questions in your journal. If you are working with a friend, the two of you can discuss the answers and debate your opinions.
What state do you think these people live in? How many grandchildren do they have? What makes this couple laugh? What is the last thing that frightened this man? What is that last thing that made this woman smile? What are their names? What is the woman looking at? What color is their kitchen painted?
What time period do you think is represented? Where is the sailboat with the white sail headed? Why is the woman with the black umbrella standing in the shade? What does the little girl with the white dress like to do for fun? Who is the little girl in the red dress playing with? What makes the man with the top hat and cane smile? What doe the man with the pipe do for a living? How did the rowing crew do in their last race?
What is the name of the dog? Who is the woman looking at? Where did she get her hat? What makes her smile? What would this woman like to say to you? Where has this woman travelled? What does she imagine when she daydreams? What is her favorite memory? What would you like to tell her? Who gave her the flowers?
Where does this woman live? What was the last thing that made her smile? What is her happiest memory? What did she dream about last night? Who will go with her today? Who lives in her neighborhood? What would make her giggle uncontrollably? What would embarrass her? Where does she live?
What would this woman like to say to you? What was the last thing that made her laugh? What is one memory she wishes she could relive? What has this woman forgotten? Where does this woman work? Who is her best friend? Where is she going? What might make her sad? Who does she talk to when she’s excited about something? What animal does she wish she could be?
Who is watching this little boy? What is he dreaming of? What is his favorite toy? What is the last thing that made him laugh? What is the last thing that made him cry? Who does he love to visit? Where do his parents work? What kind of pet does he have? What was he doing just before he fell asleep?
What does this woman want to say to you? Where did she go to school? Where does she like to travel? What did she dream of last night? Who is the last person she wished “Happy Birthday”? What could you say to make her smile? What is her favorite memory? What is the last thing to make her cry?
Who is her closest friend? What would make her smile? What is she most afraid of seeing? Where did she last travel? What is her favorite memory? Who is the last person she spoke to today? Who would she like to have with her now? What would she like to say to the portrait painter? Where does she live? What did she have for dinner last night? What does she think about when is alone?
Where does this man live? What was the first thing he saw this morning? Who was the last person he spoke to last night? To whom did he write his last letter? If he could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? What was the last thing to make him smile? What memory would he like to forget? What did he dream of last night?
What is this man pondering? What would make him burst out into laughter? Who is his favorite artist? Where does he like to go on Sunday afternoons? When did he last visit the zoo? Where would he like to live if he could live anywhere in the world? What was his first thought when he woke up this morning? Who would he like to talk to right now? Where would he take his best friend for an afternoon visit?
Who is on the beach with these girls? Why does only one girl wear a hat? Where is the sailboat heading? What did these girls do when they woke up this morning? What is their happiest memory? What is the last thing that made the little girl in the hat cry? What would make the little girl without the hat laugh hysterically? Where do these girls live? What did they dream about last night?
What would this young man like to say to you? Where is he standing? What does he have in his left pocket? What would make him laugh right now? Who is on the beach at the bottom of the hill? When did he last climb a tree? What is his favorite memory? Who would he like to take with him on a vacation? What was his last argument about? What did he do when he woke up this morning?
Who tied the bow on the back of this woman’s dress? What color is her hair? What is making her smile? What is the last thing that made her cry? Where does she want to travel? Who is her closest friend? Who knows her biggest secret? What memory would she like to relive? What would she like to say to you? Where did the roses come from? What is her favorite dream?
Image Key Wood, Grant, American Gothic Seurat, Georges: Sunday Afternoon at the Park Klimt, Gusatve, Adele Bloch-Bauer Manet, Edward, Portrait of Berthe Morrisot Von Defregger, Franz, Portrait of a Woman Holbein the Younger, Hans, Anne of Cleves vanGogh, Vincent, Self Portrait Lawrence, Jacob, Self Portrait Cassat, Mary, Two Children Gainsborough, Thomas, Blue Boy Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, 1783, Versailles, Marie Antoinette with a Rose