P663 Teletext 663 May24 16:01:12    ——————————————————————————————————————— FLASH, BANG, WALLOP   Schoolchildren today grow  up in a world dominated by  the visual image.   But schools, driven by the  need to impart literacy, too often neglect the need to l—ve sure their pupils are visually literate too. A new book, Creating Vision: Photography and the National Curriculum aims to put that right. ——————————————————————————————————1/5—— Education index 660 Mentor 662 MINI MASTERPIECES ON PAGES 667/8 Keyboard 1st degree Further On Write It
P663 Teletext 663 May24 16:03:00    ——————————————————————————————————————— FLASH, BANG, WALLOP Creating Vision argues for the place of visual literacy at the core of the curriculum. Because photographs are already used in almost every curriculum area, the book argues that the study of photography is the ideal way to acquire it.   Through photography children  can learn to be critical and  discerning users of images. ——————————————————————————————————2/5— Education index 660 Keyboard 664 STATELY HOMES MUSIC FESTIVAL p672 Keyboard 1st degree Further On Write It
P663 Teletext 663 May24 16:00:02    ——————————————————————————————————————— FLASH, BANG, WALLOP  Because photographic images are  everywhere, we take them for  granted.  Creating Vision says children need to learn the conventions of still photography: composition, fr!ljng, angle, lighting, focus. They can then learn how sophisticated, and manipulative, many of the images they are bombarded with are. ——————————————————————————————————3'5—— Education news 661 Mentor 662 IMPROVE YOUR HOMELIFE p480 Keyboard 1sp degree Further On Write It
P663 Teletext 663 May24 16:00:10    ——————————————————————————————————————— FLASH, BANG, WALLOP The editors of Creating Vision believe all young people should be given the practical and intellectual skills to: Express themselves via photography. Represent chosen aspects of the world through photography. Have a knowledge of the development of photography and how photographs produce meaning. Understand the construction and use of photographs in a variety of media contexts. ——————————————————————————————————4/5—— Special needs 662 Keyboard 664 MUTANOID MATHS CHALLENGE p664 Keyboard 1st degree Further On Write It
P663 Teletext 663 May24 16:01:01    ——————————————————————————————————————— FLASH, BANG, WALLOP As well as stressing the importance of the study of photography itself, the book shows how photography can be used across the curriculum. Finally, there's a useful section on copyright and a glossary for the visually illiterate. Creating Vision: Photography & The National Curriculum is produced by the Arts Council in association with Cornerhouse Publications. Price £9.95 ——————————————————————————————————5/5—— Cornerhouse Publ: 061 228 7621 PARENT AND CHILD p483 Keyboard 1st degree Further On Write It