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Group photo analysis

  1. 1. Who are the people in the photograph? There are four older women. What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. They are cooking. Proof of that comes from the dishes and the oven around them. What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? The picture is trying to convey the fact that women are notorious for being good cooks. Why is this photograph important to history? The photograph is important because there were a lot of gender stereotypes back then and one of the main ones was women being known for cooking and housecare. What questions does this photograph raise?  What are they cooking?  Are they actually enjoying cooking?  What would men usually be doing? Write your own caption for the photograph: Women Cooking Like Women Do What could you do to find more information about this photograph? I could Google “women cooking” and then narrow it down by saying “black and white pictures of women cooking.” Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1-Those women were housewives 2-They were preparing for a party 3-They are not making healthy stuff
  2. 2. Who are the people in the photograph? The people in the photo include Hitler, a very young boy, and a woman. What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. The young man is meeting Hitler, and Hitler is being positive for once and giving a good impression. There is proof due to the smile on everyone’s faces and the handshake between Hitler and the boy. What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? The photographer was trying to convey that even people with the worst of reputation (Hitler is a good example) had a good side and were even kid friendly. Why is this photograph important to history? This photograph is important, because it is happy, and nobody thinks of Hitler as a happy person. It produces an unusual mood. What questions does this photograph raise?  Is the kid Jewish?  What event was happening?  Was the boy going to be in danger later on? Write your own caption for the photograph: Hitler Actually Has a Bright Side! What could you do to find more information about this photograph? I could Google “Hitler smiling” or “Hitler shaking hands” Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1-Hitler wanted to make a good impression 2-The boy’s mother wanted him to meet one famous person 3-The Holocaust had not yet occured
  3. 3. Who are the people in the photograph? There are policemen and dogs What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. There is a violent fight occurring. What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? They were trying to convey that there was a lot of conflict and dogs were highly needed back then. Why is this photograph important to history? It is important because there are a lot of black people portrayed and it portrays the copious conflict and violence. What questions does this photograph raise?  Was the violence race related?  How did the rebellion start?  Why was the dog biting the officer? Write your own caption for the photograph: A Typical Conflict Involving Mostly Blacks What could you do to find more information about this photograph? Google “police conflicts with dogs” or “black conflicts with white police and dogs.” Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1-This conflict occurred during a time of segregation. 2-The police dogs were highly trained. 3-There is one person who is being arrested.
  4. 4. Who are the people in the photograph? It’s a drawing with someone being hanged from the statue of liberty What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. The person is being hanged What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? People wanting equal rights and opportuinity Why is this photograph important to history? It comes during a time where equal rights were prominant What questions does this photograph raise? Who is being hanged? Write your own caption for the photograph: The price for equal rights What could you do to find more information about this photograph? Google the description of the the painting and get more information on it Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1- People are protesting 2-It is a black man 3-It is from an older time period
  5. 5. Who are the people in the photograph? Immigrants What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. They are coming to America What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? Immigrants and the way they came to our country Why is this photograph important to history? Most of our ancestors were immigrants What questions does this photograph raise? Who is this family? Write your own caption for the photograph: Coming to America What could you do to find more information about this photograph? Google about how immigrants came to our country to find more details on the process Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1-Polish from the hat 2-Early 1900’s 3-They are a family
  6. 6. Who are the people in the photograph? Immigrants What is the situation of the people in the photograph? Provide evidence from the photo that tells you this. The immigrants are being checked at ellis island, the doctors are there checking in the photo. What message do you think the photographer was trying to convey? The process the immigrants went through Why is this photograph important to history? They were stuck there for months What questions does this photograph raise? Who are the people? Write your own caption for the photograph: Being checked What could you do to find more information about this photograph? Google ellis island and find information on its history Based on what you have observed list 3 things you might infer from the photograph 1-It is an older photgraph 2-It was in the summer because the window was open 3-There were many many people

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