Visual Thinking and Curriculum Integration

After reading fiction or non fiction text, students should be able to summarize what they read with the help of context details. This activity allows students to explore various mediums of visual representation, while providing information they learned from the text. The visuals shown here are not the limitations, simply examples of what could be produced. 

Paint and brushes
Markers (not required)
Internet access

Tips & Tricks:
When drawing, painting, or choosing an image, be sure it is large and detailed enough for your viewers to easily understand your representation.
Use markers to make any words bold and easy to see.
Also, use markers to outline anything!--permanent markers work best!

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