Throughout history, images have been an important part of the media message. They’ve also been a part of the education curriculum. Since the invention of photographic printing, pictures have routinely accompanied the words written about critical events in social studies textbooks.
And students today rely on images to help “tell the story” – just as much as (if not more so) than the words.
Iconic images from history come to mind: the 1937 crash of the Hindenburg airship; baseball great Lou Gehrig’s “luckiest man” speech in 1939; Franklin Roosevelt’s “Day of Infamy” speech to Congress in 1941; emaciated prisoners of…
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