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The Photo Essay: teaching argument through images

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Classroom friendly slides for teaching students how to develop arguments through images. Specifically, these slides contain a concrete example of a 'Causal Argument' Photo Essay, step-by-step instructions for carrying out this activity in the classroom, and tips for ethical use of online images.

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The Photo Essay: teaching argument through images

  1. 1. The Photo Essay understanding line of reasoning through images
  2. 2. © 2019 edPioneer Consulting, LLC All Rights Reserved. By accessing/using/sharing/downloading this resource, you agree to the edPioneer Terms of Use (see tab at bottom of website for details). But the bottom line is…don’t engage in any behavior with this stuff (ex. copying this content while omitting credits) if it’s outside the same code of ethics you’d teach your own students!
  3. 3. www.edpioneer.com Taking time to consider how you will organize and connect ideas in an argument is an important part of communicating clearly.
  4. 4. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Based on the connections between the photos and the order in which they are placed, can you identify the point the author is trying to make?
  5. 5. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Based on the connections between the photos and the order in which they are placed, can you identify the point the author is trying to make? Photo Credits: Mahir Uysal | Unsplash
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  7. 7. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Photo Credits: Phineas Narra| Unsplash
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  9. 9. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Photo Credits: Jezeal Melgoza| Unsplash
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  11. 11. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Photo Credits: Husain Patrawala| Unsplash
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  13. 13. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay www.edpioneer.com Photo Credits: Pawel Czerwinski| Unsplash
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  15. 15. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay Instead of appearing in a randomized order… www.edpioneer.com
  16. 16. Teaching Arguments| The Photo Essay …ideas should be deliberately sequenced so that one point builds on from the one previous to create a logical progression of ideas. www.edpioneer.com
  17. 17. www.edpioneer.com Activity Instructions • Select a theme for the challenge or co-create one with students. • Students identify a topic of interest within that theme. • Each student then develops an argument from that topic. • They will then express their argument in 5 photographs total. • Arrange the photos in an order that builds ideas to form a logical line of reasoning. • Present arguments to the class or post authentically online to celebrate learning and get feedback! Teacher Tool Kit | Photo Essay
  18. 18. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com CREDITING PHOTOS If they don’t know it already, your students will quickly realize how easy it is to grab an image online and use it! For this reason, it’s more important than *ever* to teach them ethical habits when using images found online.
  19. 19. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com WRONG!! Screenshotting images from an ‘images’ search engine result (ex. Google Images).
  20. 20. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com RIGHT… Under the ‘Images’ tab in Google, click on: Tools  ‘Usage Rights’  Labeled for reuse with modification. Then follow the rules for reuse of that image in order to proceed!
  21. 21. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com WRONG!! Screenshotting images from a site like Getty, *even if* attribution is labeled on the photo. These are intended for either purchase, or for use only through their in-house ‘Embed Viewer’. Anything else is illegal!
  22. 22. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com RIGHT… Purchase the image. OR If your Photo Essay will appear online in a blog post, you can use the ‘Embed Viewer’ they offer for free. (NOTE: you cannot embed these images on PowerPoint slides.)
  23. 23. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com RIGHT… As an option, you can DOWNLOAD IMAGES responsibly via:  Creative Commons  UnSplash But no matter what…be sure students go through the proper steps outlined on websites like these in order to attribute credit properly!
  24. 24. Photo Essay | ethical use of images www.edpioneer.com RIGHT…. Unsplash LICENSE
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