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Learning Activity 2: Making an impact

  • Discuss whether or not the photograph made an impact on you.

  • What techniques do you think the photographer used to attract your attention

and get a message across?

  • How could the photographer have increased the impact of the picture?

Learning Activity 3: Many different points of view

  • You can analyse a picture or story from many different points of view or perspectives. Some of these are shown in the second mind map (below).

  • Form four discussion groups to discuss a photograph chosen by the class.

  • In each discussion group, analyse the photograph from one or two different perspectives. Ensure that the groups cover different points of view.

  • Make notes of your group’s discussions.

  • Select one person to present the group’s ideas to the class.

  • Record your answers to Questions 4 and 5 on the worksheet provided.

Points of view from which to analyse a photograph

Assessment tasks and tools

  • Complete Question 3 on your worksheet.

  • Complete Questions 4 and 5 on your worksheet.

Taking it further … Now that you have analysed a photograph taken by someone else, get hold of a camera and start taking your own

photographs of your environment. Analyse your photographs and think about what messages you are trying to convey and how your perspectives influence the photographs you take.

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