Looking at a visual image (an illustration, photography, computer generated image, painting, etc.), the viewer asks and documents responses to the following questions: “What do I see?” This is a description of the actual observations made, for example, the types of lines, the gray tones, shapes seen in the image, colors chosen, the point of focus where the eye is drawn, etc. “What do I think?” This is how the viewer interprets what they “SEE”. They begin to describe what they think the “MEANING” of the image is.“What do I wonder?” The viewer begins to imagine possible meaning, motivation or expresses curiosity about what the image makes them want to know that is not explicitly observable in the image, for example, where the creator may have been to make the image, what tools would have been used, why the image was made, etc. This can also be used with any kind of text to get students to dig deeper and analyze what they have read.