Responding to Visual Prompts/Useful Tips

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  • Start with a general idea of the subject of the picture before going into details.

      "My picture is about …"

      "This photo shows a …"

      "She's wearing a …"

      "They are just doing their homework."

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  • Talk in sentences – don’t produce lists of items you can see
  • Organise your description – don’t describe the same thing more than once
    • Use directions:

Tell me what you can see in the picture.

      "The dog seems to be …"

      "The boy looks very happy."

  • Give reasons (related to the picture) for your ideas

      "I can't see it very well, but it seems as if …;"

  • Talk about the situation as well as the physical things you can see in the picture.

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