Lesson 17

Context: Book Dummies and Meeting an Editor
Lesson_17

Overview

In lesson seventeen, teachers are asked to invite a guest editor—an artist, a photo editor from a magazine or nearby newspaper, a local professional photographer— to the class. The guest editor will give a presentation on book sequencing, share their favorite photobooks, and discuss how the order of photographs can affect their meaning. With the help of the guest editor, students will use printouts of their images to begin sequencing their work in a way that communicates an idea or feeling about their chosen theme.

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For the Teacher

The resources below are provided as additional information for teachers

  • Lesson Plan

  • Sample: Letter to a Visiting Editor
  • For the Classroom

    The resources below are provided for use in the classroom

  • The Arrangement Game
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