- Show the second set of pictures (Like in part 4, choose 2-3 pictures from each student)
- Remind students that the purpose of this activity is to discuss the photos artistically, but not to judge other students’ photo-taking abilities.
- For each photo: Ask the students (not the one who took the photo being shown) to tell the story behind each photo and if, why and how it constitutes “looking at the world through a Jewish Lens”
- Have students look at all of their photos that they submitted, and pick their 2 favorites. Encourage students to pick two photos that are different from one another.
Assignment: Journaling. Have students write descriptions for their picture choices. The descriptions should explain the story, mood or reason for taking the picture. Students should be able to express the Jewish view-point behind the picture. Collect descriptions.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Part 5." (Viewed on December 11, 2019) <https://jwa.org/node/25275>.