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Things To Look For In A Graphic
Do you think you are a good detective? Let's check. Without looking back, try to recreate the scene in your mind. What exactly did you see?

  • What is the subject of the photograph?
  • What does this photograph reveal about its subject?
  • Whose story is being told and whose is left untold?
  • What is the setting of the photograph?
  • What other details did you observe?
  • When and where in the past do you think the photograph was taken? How can you tell?
  • How would you describe the photographer's point of view?

Record your observations in a notebook. If you are connected to a printer, print this page and write down your answers.

Compare your answers with the bibliographic record which can be seen by clicking on the graphic.

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