Define Visual Evidence as Observable Details
FAQ: What counts as evidence in a photograph?
ANSWER: Evidence to support answers, ideas or inferences usually comes from print text. However, powerful support can also come from a related visual, such as a photograph or illustration. But for students to use this type of media as a source for information, they need instruction on where to look and how to record such evidence.
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