Lets try the picture to the right.
SEE - Three children, mis-matched plates for two of the children, the child without a plate is not looking at the camera. Scruffy, old fashioned clothes.
THINK - I think these children are sitting at the dinner table - I think this because of the plates and cutlery I can see. I think these children may come from a poor background due to the way they are dressed and the mis-matching plates.
I WONDER - I wonder why the children look slightly scared, are the children are being told off about something by their parents.
Lesson Objective: Making our thinking visible
What does making our thinking visible mean?
Essentially it means you are able to think about what you are thinking and why you may think that way. This allows you to be conscious of the ideas you have and allows you to explain to others why you may hold an opinion.
I SEE, I THINK, I WONDER
See – What do you see? What do you observe? Explain what you see
Think – Based on what you see, what do you think is happening in the image? What do you see that makes you think that?
Wonder – What questions do you have about this image? What issues or ideas does it raise in your head?
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