A picture is worth a thousand words. The photos taken on 9/11 tell more than a thousand words—they tell stories. Class members analyze photographs taken on September 11, 2001, in order to understand the emotions they evoke, and write narratives that reflect those emotions.
- Display the vocabulary words in the class for learners to discuss and define before beginning the lesson
- Adapt to any other historical event or monument
- Requires individual photos
- Look up photos that are appropriate for learners in the class, as the links to the photographs do not work
- Students should be familiar with mood and tone, making inferences, and writing narratives
- The resource comes with the materials list, background information, and extension activities
- Be aware of broken links