“Every Picture Tells a Story- World War I ” –is a 28 slide presentation of World War I images. This series of pictures makes the student “read “ the images. The images have animated boxes , circles and arrows, to highlight parts of the picture. I would find a image that I thought would be interesting to the class, Then I would research the image( pretty much look at every page that has the picture) and provide you( the teacher) the information on what the class is seeing. I've included answer slides with the images that you print out and have the information in hand while you go through the slides. This was made for High School 11th and 12th grade US History classes
It’s been used in AP, honors, college prep, general levels, and slower paced classes, It works for all. Use it in front of a class, let them pick apart the images before you put up the more focused areas of the picture. Have them do the research on the picture( the story!). I’ve used it as individual work in computer labs, and had them write down what they see, or explain the story. Use as a preview to a unit on World War I or as a review, or as a added lesson to a unit. As all of my presentations, this was used in many classes and it WORKS! Good Stuff!!!!
28 slides-with animated highlights on WW I images
11 Teacher notes describing each image / Student text note slides (easily edited) (Go to view on PowerPoint and then notes) or use the extra image explanation print out.
Targeted for High School level- used in 11th and 12th grade classes-
About 1 hour minimum( 1 class period)
More then enough slides for 1 hour –
Slides can be edited or hidden to speed up the presentation and/or leveled to class ability
Teacher notes for class throughout the presentation
Used in class!-It works!
Doug Stuart January 2019