“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson

“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
“What is a Family?” Photo Analysis and Synthesis Lesson
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
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Product Description
This is an introductory 
lesson relying on evidence-based questions and synthesis of 
multiple ideas.

Students view images of families to ask questions and answer others' questions using evidence from the photos.

Then they use a single word to describe each family and work with a partner to synthesize these words into a single "family" definition! This is an engaging and thought-provoking lesson you and your students will love!

Included in this lesson:
* “Family” Photo Activity Instructions:
* Teacher Sources
* Photos of 8 different families (also available on NYtimes.com)
* Question and Answer Sentence Frames
* A Question/Answer Grid
* A ticket out the door response sheet
* A two-page “Family” Definition: Word Synthesis Activity (with teacher example included)
Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 days
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