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REALISM & FANTASY: When you look at this image, think about what could actually happen in a real life setting, and what would only happen in a fantasy setting. List your ideas in your reading journal.

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October Bellringers Disney cartoons are known for having strong color symbolism What color is Scar? Describe. What color is Mufasa? Describe. Considering the two lions are brothers, explain why you think there is a difference in coloration? October 1, 2014 REALISM & FANTASY: When you look at this image, think about what could actually happen in a real life setting, and what would only happen in a fantasy setting. List your ideas in your reading journal. Inference: What are three things you can tell about the person who these feet belong to? REALISM & FANTASY: When you look at this image, think about what could actually happen in a real life setting, and what would only happen in a fantasy setting. List your ideas in your reading journal. COMPARE AND CONTRAST: What similarities do you see between this basketball hoop and those you see nowadays? What differences do you see? Write your thoughts in your reading journal. DRAWING CONCLUSIONS: When you look at this image, can you decide why the little boy is sticking his tongue out? Write your thoughts in your reading journal. GENERALIZATION: Based on this photograph, what generalizations can you make about young alligators? FACT & OPINION: What facts do you know about what is featured in this image? What opinions do you have about it? List your ideas in your reading journal. COMPARE AND CONTRAST: What similarities do you see between this slide and others you've seen? What differences do you see? Write your thoughts in your reading journal. At the New Museum in NY there are pieces by Carsten Hller that you can climb on, ride on, stick your head into, smell, etc. Museum- goers can hop into a slide which shoots them down three stories of the building. Its impossible not to smile when you come down, Hller says. QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal. QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal. QUESTIONING: What questions do you have about what is happening in this photograph? Write your ideas in your reading journal. VISUALIZE: What do you visualize yourself doing, if you were in this setting? What would you see? What would you hear? What would you try doing? List your thoughts in your reading journal. MAIN IDEA & DETAILS: What is the main idea of this image? What are some of the details you see? List your thoughts in your reading journal. What are they each thinking? QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal. CAUSE AND EFFECT? What might cause you to see something like this happening? What would be the effects that might happen? Write your thoughts in your reading journal. GENERALIZATION: What facts can you use to support the generalization that not giving up will make things worth it in the end? QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal. Everything happens to teach you a lesson. Explain. How does this picture make you feel? Would you explore it, or run? Why do you think the house is abandoned?