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Masters Weeping Willow In The Fog

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  • Words are easily forgotten, but pictures stay in our minds. We may not remember many of the facts that led to the brief student uprising in China's Tiananmen Square in 1989, but you can never forget the image of the lone protester standing defiantly in front of a line of menacing, green Chinese tanks. If you have seen the picture, you remember it not only because it is a highly emotional image, but because you have thought about the image in your mind with words. Words and pictures become one powerfully effective communicative medium inside your own mind.
  • Words are easily forgotten, but pictures stay in our minds. We may not remember many of the facts that led to the brief student uprising in China's Tiananmen Square in 1989, but you can never forget the image of the lone protester standing defiantly in front of a line of menacing, green Chinese tanks. If you have seen the picture, you remember it not only because it is a highly emotional image, but because you have thought about the image in your mind with words. Words and pictures become one powerfully effective communicative medium inside your own mind.
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    • 1. The Power of an Image
    • 2. You Too Can Be a Storyteller
    • 3.
        • Digital Storytelling: A short, personal multimedia tale, told from the heart. ~ Daniel Meadows
      From life stories to historical reflections , digital storytelling is a wonderful way to share stories.
    • 4. “ Coming to know others, whether they live on the other side of the tracks or on the other side of the millennium, requires our sensibilities….
    • 5. … That is what history, when well taught, gives us practice in doing. Paradoxically, what allows us to come to know others, is our distrust in our capacity to know them. “ ~ Sam Wineburg, from Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts
    • 6. " S tories provide a vital opportunity to bring history to life. Through stories , people share information, values and attitudes about history, culture and heritage. Stories are communicated through legends, myths, creation stories, narratives, oral traditions, songs, music, dance, literature, visual and dramatic arts, traditions, and celebrations. They can include or be supported by biographies, autobiographies, archives, news items, novels or short stories. In social studies, stories provide students with opportunities to understand the dynamics of peoples, cultures, places, issues and events that are integral to Alberta ’s history and to contemporary society. " ~ Alberta Program of Studies (2003)
    • 7. Reflects multiple perspectives Fosters building a society that is pluralistic, bilingual, multicultural, inclusive Emphasizes the importance of diversity and respect for differences- fostering inclusion Promotes a sense of belonging and acceptance Recognition of the diversity of experiences and perspectives and the pluralistic nature of Canadian society The study of people in relation to each other and to their world Historical Thinking Critical Thinking Creative Thinking Metacognition Geographical Thinking Research for Deliberate Inquiry
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    • 11. www.wired-and-inspired.ca/EDEL435
    • 12. http://www.ourfutureourpast.ca/
    • 13. http://www.imagescanada.ca
    • 14. http://tinyurl.com/3c9y3c
    • 15. www.wired-and-inspired.ca/hidden-stories

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