When students read an article, they should respond to the following guiding questions:
- What message does the image at the beginning of the article express?
- How does it enforce the perspective of the author?
- What might be left out of the image?
- What might an alternative image for this article look like if it was written from a different perspective?
When students finish the article and answer the questions, they can create a new image to accompany the article and explain its significance. This can take the form of a photo caption, written, or verbal explanation.
Students can use this graphic organizer to support them in answering the above guided questions.