Photos for Writing Prompts

Photos for Writing Prompts
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These pictures were collected in response to a teacher request. They are all rich, 'busy' pictures, such as scenes of everyday life, with many things going on. They could be used to make observations and inferences, or to answer writing prompt questions.
They include things like a beach scene, street scene, etc.

They were originally designed to lead students to write more in depth answers to the questions "What's Happening Here?" as there are many things happening in these pictures.

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These images are all in jpegs now. They could easily be printed, put in a powerpoint and shown on a projector, etc.

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