Activity One: What does the image tell us?

  • Print the source picture, or save it to disk and load it into a word processor or graphics package so that you can make notes around it.
  • Notice that the picture is made up of several smaller scenes. You may also want to print or save the enlarged details.

 

 

  • Write your own labels in the space around the picture, explaining what each scene shows and what it represents in terms of the changes in religion in England . You can use the source notes to help with this.
  • One of the details contains some 'speech bubble' frames which contain text captions. In some editions, these captions had different text, or were left blank. Blank out the words in the caption boxes, then decide what you think the captions should have been, and fill them in yourself.