I’ve brought a picture with me today.
I’m going show you a picture today. Or : I have a picture to show you today.
I want you look at this picture.
Let look at the picture together.
Everyone, look at the picture.
Can you all see?
Sit somewhere where you can see.
As you will see from the picture…
This is a picture of (a railway station). Or: This picture is of (a railway station).
This picture shows (part of the British Museum).
Now we are going to look at some pictures.
Let us look at some pictures.
Here is a story in pictures about…
On page 20 there is a picture story showing how…
This picture sequence tells the story of…
This picture sequence tells the story…
I’ve asked my friend, an artist, to tell the story in pictures. This is what he has drawn.
Look at the first picture.
Let’s look at the next one.
Now look at the rest of the pictures.
Putting up a Picture. Passing lt on. Taking lt Down.
Will you put the picture up for me?
Would you help me unroll the picture, please?
Have a look and then pass it on.
Pass the picture (photograph) round.
Take the picture down.
Put the picture away, will you?
Will you help me roll up this picture?
Be careful not to tear it.
Position of Objects in the Picture
In the foreground (of the picture)
In the background
In the distance
In the middle/ centre
In the very middle/ centre
In the top left – hand (right- hand) corner
In the bottom left- hand (right-hand) corner
On the left
On the right
At the top
At the bottom
From left to right
On the far left/ left – hand side
At the very edge
To the left of (the white building)
Just a bit / immediately to the right of (the theatre)
On the horizon
Just beyond the hill
On the far (near) bank of the river
On this (the other) side of the square
At the far end of the street
VARIOUS FORMS OF ACTIVITY
Look at this picture of a school and then be prepared to speak about…
Look at this plan of a flat and say where each thing is.
Have/Take a good look at…
Look carefully at the details in the picture.
Show us the dog in picture. Or: Show us where the dog is in the picture.
Point to the cat.
Come out and point to England on the map.
Study the picture carefully. Describe the scene shown in this picture.
Describe fully the picture on page 61.
Describe the picture and say what is happening.
Describe and discuss the scene in detail.
Describe the photograph and say what you think of this kind of situation.
Describe Places, Things, Events
I’ll ask you some questions about the picture.
What is it a picture of?
What kind of place is it?
Can you see places like this in our country?
Where do you think this is taking place? In a house? Out of doors / Outdoors? In a field ( park )?
In an office?
What is scene in the picture?
Where is this scene taking place?
Is this scene taking place or outside?
Or: Is this scene taking place indoors or outdoors?
If indoors, what sort of room is it? Is it a small
( large, bright, dark) room?
If outdoors , where is it? By the sea? At sea?
On land? In the countryside?
What time of day is it in picture? Or: Can you tell what time of day it is? Day or night?
Morning or evening?
Is there anything in the picture that might indicate what time of day it is?
What time of the year do you think it is?
Which country do you think is shown in this picture?
What things can you see in the picture?
What is that in the top right-hand corner of the picture?
What size (shape, colour) is it?
What (else) can you see in the foreground?
What is there in corner?
What is happening in this picture?
What has just happened?
What very nearly happened?
What might happen soon?
How long has this scene / activity been going on?
Is anything moving ? In which direction? How fast?
Do you notice anything unusual/ odd/ strange about the picture?
Is any action performed in this picture sequence?
Do all these actions happen in the same place?
If not, how many places are involved in the picture story?
Does anything unexpected occur in the sequence?
If so, at what point?
Would you describe each of the people in the picture?
Describe some of the people in the picture.
How many people are there?
How many people are involved in this incident?
More than two? Ten? Fewer than ten? A large number? Only two or three?
How are the people in the picture dressed?
Who is standing in the foreground on the left?
What is this person in the bottom left-hand corner doing?
What might he do next?
What might he have just done?
Where are the people in the picture going?
How are they moving – walking, running, crawling?
Who is speaking? To whom? What is he (she) saying?
Can you guess what the man will say to the boy and how the boy will respond?
What state of mind are the people in the picture in?
Are the people in the picture happy (tired, exhausted, frightened)?
What are they feeling? Fear? Hope? Relief?
Can you describe the expression on the girl’s face?
What does the expression on the woman’s face tell you?
How many people are involved in the sequence of pictures?
Does anyone else come into the picture sequence?
If so, who is it?
At what point does this person enter?
Spot the Difference
Compare these pictures to find similarities and differences.
Compare picture A and picture B. Say what is different in picture B.
There are ten differences between picture A and picture B. Try to find them.
Look carefully at the two pictures. Seven changes nave been made to the one on the right.
Can you spot them?
These two pictures look exactly the same, but are they? See how many differences you can find.
Picture 10 is nearly the same as another one.
Which? What is the only difference?
Look at these pictures. Are all there the same?
Or are all three different?
Only two of these pictures are exactly the same. Can you spot them?
Which one of these pictures is different from all the others? Why is it different?
What Is Wrong?
There are many things wrong with this picture.
Can you spot them?
How many things can you find wrong in this picture? There are quite a lot.
There are three mistakes in the picture you are looking at. Can anybody see at least one of them?
The artist has made ten mistakes in copying this picture. Can you find them?
Six people in the picture are doing something wrong. What is it?
If you look carefully, you will see that there is something wrong / that something is wrong with each of these pictures. Can you tell the’ class what is wrong?
Study the pictures. As soon as you see what is wrong with one of them tell the class.
Tell a Story
Tell the shown in the pictures.
Study the pictures and then tell the story as fully as you can.
Tell the story of Lena’s Iesson from the pictures.
Study the cartoons and then tell the story in your own words.
If you can’t understand the story from the pictures, you will find some words on page 100.
For this story you will need some words and phrases.
Choose the correct caption for each picture. Or:
Match the captions to the pictures.
Which caption goes with which picture?
Write a caption for each of these photographs.
Look at this picture and then choose which you think the young man in it is saying – A, B or C.
Write what you think he is saying in the balloon.
Who is saying what in the picture? Write the words in the correct balloon.
Some Tasks for Ior Indiodual and Pair Work with Piktures
Make up some sentences about the picture.
Make up a sentence that tells us what is what is in the picture.
Make some comments on each picture.
Write a paragraph about each of the facts shown in the picture.
Write a full description of the picture on page 13.
Work in pairs. Ask for and give opinions about the people and places in the picture.
I want you to improvise a conversation between the two people in the picture.
Look at the picture for two minute. Give the picture to your partner. Tell him (her) all the things you can remember.
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