This worksheet was a way of channeling my students' budding interest in social media to carefully analyze artistic images. We do a lot of Visual Thinking Strategies in my classroom and this was my way of getting some of those great discussion points down on paper for documentation's sake. I plug in different images based on what we're studying and age-appropriateness. Students write down their inference about the image, backed up with visual evidence. This is one of those activities that meets art standards but also supports language arts standards well.
Because I'm selling this, I didn't want to put images in it and profit off the work of others, but the document IS editable so you can add whatever images are appropriate for what your kiddos are learning.
Sometimes I also print out a large version of the image, cut out the student responses, and make a hallway display out of them.
It also discusses #hashtags, since students love those, and relates them to keywords. On Instagram, you can type in a word and every image which has been tagged with that word will come up. Once students do the inference, they are allowed to come up with creative hashtags, which they love doing. The kids will have you laughing out loud when you read over them! (Example, for Picasso's guitarist #PainInTheNeck, #FeelingBlue, etc.)