Being basically indecisive I couldn’t come up with just one answer, so here are three.
By the way, Brad and Anne’s challenge ( for those of you who didn’t follow the links above) was basically to find two photos from our archices to compare and contrast, mirroring that classic ELT classroom ( and Cambridge exam) activity.
This is my first offering which is actually a two-in-one offering. It’s a kind of spot-the-difference. Or maybe a before and after?
If you’ve ever done any apple-picking, or are a fan of Robert Frost, you might like this link.
My second offering is more personal and says a lot about British summers, and British winters. The question here is, which is which? And of course, can you spot the differences between A and B?
My third offering is very much on the same theme, though the contrast is a bit more obvious. These two I’m going to call “The Three of Us” and the questions are: Where? When? Who? and What? (what what is up to you to decide!)
Thanks for the challenge, Brad and Anne. It was a great excuse to look back through the family photos. And a great reminder that it takes no time at all to set up a compare and contrast image based activity – in fact I may well use one of those for an ice-breaker in my first classes next week!
Other bloggers who’ve taken up the challenge include:
Please let me know who else I’ve missed! Thanks!