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Great collection of twelve photos portraying a wide range of emotions. Includes instructions and discussion questions for each photo.

Photo prompts can help students who struggle with jump-starting their imaginations or those who are visual learners!

In this lesson, students learn to portray emotion by creating scenes or monologues using photos as inspiration.

  • 12 photos portraying different emotions
  • Instructions for creating monologues
  • Instructions for improvisational scenes
  • List of questions to ask for each photo

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