It’s no secret how much we love using images to teach students about arguments. Over the last several months we posted about image analysis, advertisements, and our favorite image resources from the National Archives and Library of Congress. While images can’t replace text, they can engage even the most reluctant students.
We would be remiss in our discussion of annual Best of 2011 lists if we didn’t show you some of the best images of the past year. Today’s resources will give you a starting point as you look towards implementing image resources in your class
As a basic classroom resource for teaching students how to annotate images, this photo blog is invaluable. However, as 2011 comes to a close, they have assembled three different image collections all under the title The Year in Pictures. You will have to sift through the images in each collection to find useful resources but the time you invest is well worth it.