Carol Ann Duffy: 'War Photographer' Analysis  || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||

Carol Ann Duffy: 'War Photographer' Analysis || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||

Learning centers are an amazing way to cover a complex topic in the middle school history classroom. Students will analyze the Civil War through six stations with this activity - Civil War photograph analysis, graphing Civil War data, reading Civil War materials, Civil War medicine, Civil War music, and Civil War vocabulary

Civil War Learning Centers

Larry Burrows and his Leicas, 1971. Life Magazine’s war-photographer, he was killed during the Vietnam War.

Larry Burrows and his Leicas, 1971. Life Magazine’s war-photographer, he was killed during the Vietnam War.

vietnam war - The average age of most soldiers during the war was 19.  This picture really shows just how young they were.

By an unknown photographer, August 1965 "Da Nang, Vietnam.A young Marine private waits on the beach during the Marine landing".

Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July 1861.

Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July 1861. [734x1024]

American Civil War Photos - Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July

This is a Social Studies Civil War activity that incorporates photograph analysis with the Language Arts skills of making inferences and drawing conclusions.  This activity can be used in various educational settings-independent work, small groups, centers and whole groups.Included in the packet are 30 Civil War photographs, 4 different worksheets that can be selected for use depending on teacher preference, and a task card format.

Civil War Photo Analysis

This is a Social Studies Civil War activity that incorporates photograph analysis with the Language Arts skills of making inferences and drawing conclusions. This activity can be used in various educational settings-independent work, small groups, centers and whole groups.Included in the packet are 30 Civil War photographs, 4 different worksheets that can be selected for use depending on teacher preference, and a task card format.

The Sketches Inside Of Me (Part 2) | Bored Panda

The Sketches Inside Of Me (Part 2)

French artist Sebastien Del Grosso sketches himself into a picture he has taken to make the photographs look like black and white paintings.

Have students evaluate and interpret American Civil War photographs to prompt analysis and discussion.  Lesson plan and primary resources from Library of Congress

Civil War Lesson - Students analyze a photograph, reach conclusions, link the Civil War to the rise of the Industrial Revolution.

Bodies of Confederate dead gathered for burial after the Battle of Antietam, September 1862 Alexander Gardner/Mathew Brady

Confederate Dead at Antietam by Alexander Gardner - I would argue the date considering Antietam/Sharpsburg took place in

This lesson is designed to help students better understand the effects of the Civil War in Texas. Students will analyze photographs, songs and newspapers from the Civil War to identify its impact on life in Texas. After an analysis of the primary sources, students will create their own song or newspaper detailing life during this turning point in Texas History.

Texas in the Civil War Primary Sources and Writing

This lesson is designed to help students better understand the effects of the Civil War in Texas. Students will analyze photographs, songs and newspapers from the Civil War to identify its impact on life in Texas. After an analysis of the primary sources, students will create their own song or newspaper detailing life during this turning point in Texas History.

Teaching with Documents: Powers of Persuasion - Poster Art of World War II; Lesson Plan from the National Archives

- lesson on analyzing posters (primary sources) - includes nice tool for students to use

Niclas Hammarstrom photographed his series from October 2012 to January 2013 in Aleppo (Syria)

UNICEF Photo of the Year 2013 Features Syrian Girl

Picture of the year 2014 (Sweden) was taken by Niclas Hammarstrom photojournalism Niclas Hammarstrom, the photographer who last year sat 43 days kidnapped in Syria, has taken the Year Picture 2014 - a picture from Aleppo in Syria.

Youngest Vietnam War US Marine Was 14 Years Old When He Joined, He Was Killed In Action Age 15

Youngest Vietnam War US Marine Was 14 Years Old, He Was Killed In Action Age Think based on the details above young men are drafted to going into to war as a very young age and they can get shot and killed at such a young age

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