I See What You Mean: Visual Literacy K-8
272 pages • 8½ x 11
The first edition of I See what You Mean was one of the first professional development books to outline practical strategies for improving students' visual literacy. In this new and substantially revised edition, Steve Moline continues his pioneering role by including dozens of new examples of a wide range of visual texts—from time maps and exploded diagrams to digital tools like smartphone apps and "tactile texts". In addition to the new chapters and nearly 200 illustrations, the book has been reorganized into a useful teaching sequence, moving from simple to complex texts. This book will help you decode the visual world for your students, and help you see visual literacy in a whole new light.
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