Everything you need to understand or teach Ways of Seeing by John Berger.
A child sees before it learns to speak. Seeing also enables an individual to relate to the environment that surrounds him. Words are used to try to explain the environment that surrounds. Words cannot settle the matter because they are static and the surrounding environment changes. There is a constant gap between the words used and the sight seen. Berger claims Magritte's painting "The Key of Dreams" comments on this gap.
Ways of Seeing Lesson Plans contain 150 pages of teaching material, including: