2178 - here it is -
  • What is the best way to get to know someone or something?
  • Is some information more important than other information?
  • Do men and women share information in the same way?
  • Is the activity represented as something you might see in real life? Why or why not?
  • What is the dialogue the women are having?
  • If this discussion were taking place 200 years in the future, what would be different?
  • Predict which woman leaves the scene first.
  • How does the concept of personal space affect a conversation?
  • What kind of conversation is taking place in the image?
  • What can you tell about the women based on this image?
  • Why are there no men in this sculpture/image?
  • What do you know about the women’s lives based on this photo?
  • How would you describe to others what is happening in the image?
  • What caption would you write for this photograph?
  • Why are the women dressed the same?
  • What does the body language in the image tell the viewer about the situation and relationship that the women have?
  • How is each woman in the image the same?
  • How is each woman in the image different?
  • Explain what is happening in this photograph?
  • Where was this photograph taken?
  • What do you see in the image?
  • Who is in the image?