Interpreting the Visual Teacher's Resource Book
Interpreting the Visual provides students with a way of talking and writing about images, using an extensive and varied range of images in colour and black and white as examples and as the basis for student exercises
It provides tools for analysing and interpreting visual images rather than creating them. However just as software programs make it possible for everyone to produce formatted and well-designed written texts, the new communication technologies put the creation and manipulation of images into everyone’s hands. Using the new technologies to create their own images is a dynamic way for students to become aware of how images are created and manipulated to convey meaning. Understanding the way images are created helps students design their own visual messages.
Each chapter of the book provides teacher’s notes with information that can be shared with students. These notes are followed by practical activities which can be used for classwork, groupwork or individual study. These activities in reading images aim to assist students to develop a language for discussing and writing about images and how texts rely on visual images to develop meaning.
Interpreting the Visual student book includes all the activities from the teacher's resource book, with colour and black and white images, plus an additional unit of exercises bringing a range of skills together.
Answers to the exercises are in the Teacher's resource book.
Interpreting the Visual Contents
CHAPTER 1 Approaches to the image
CHAPTER 2 Representing the world as narrative
CHAPTER 3 Classifying and analysing the world
CHAPTER 4 Interacting with images
CHAPTER 5 Composing images
|Year Level||Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10|
|Date of Publication||2007|