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An Early Canadian Photo Album
In this project, you will create an "Early Canadian Photo Album" with 10 to 15 photos and personalized fictional text. Your album will depict an aspect of Canadian life during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Copyright / Credit
In all cases, when you reproduce an image from the Images Canada website the following information must appear with the image, in English and/or French, as part of the credit line. You can find this information by clicking on the "more information" link found directly below the thumbnail of the image. A record will appear that contains such necessary information as the name of the partner and unique ID number.
For example: © Canada Aviation Museum. Image # 21719. Reproduced with permission from the Canada Aviation Museum website (www.aviation.technomuses.ca).
Phase I - Experience
Choose a theme for your photo album. Some ideas:
Phase II - Research
Brainstorm key words that will help you find images on the Images Canada website. For example:
Pick 10 to 15 useful photos from the Images Canada website.
Remember! If you use a photo taken on or after January 1,1949, you must add the appropriate copyright notice. For example,
Hint: you can find the date and the image source institution (the copyright owner) by clicking on the More Information link under each image.
Use these guidelines to help you choose photos:
Phase III - Interaction
Photo Analysis and Personalization Table
Phase IV - Communication
You will now put your work to the test: a "credibility rating". Each group member must submit the album to an exterior reader (a parent, teacher, adult or older student) who will rate the content based on your use of: