The students worked in small groups, and thought of several questions for each picture. Some questions very specifically pertained to their intended picture, like these ones about this picture of Clark Kent becoming his Superman persona:
Are heroes made of leadership or super powers?
What would happen if Superman wasn't good?
Without mathematicians, how advanced would technology be?
If a single spark can give hope, why is there so little of it?
How come the wars are what we remember, and not the peace?
Why do we spend so much money only to destroy relationships?
Why do people love?
Why does he have to hide?
Why fight freedom?
How would it feel to be feared?
Why does it take such a massive effort to create simple changes to society?
Why don't some people agree with using non-violence to get their point across?
If one thing simply stopped existing, how would that affect other things around it?
How much can friendships change life?
Has war become easier as it gets colder?
What are you going to fight or destroy?
What drives our thirst for knowledge?
How can two very different people create a bond?
How did they think they could justify their actions?
What drives humans to create such destructive things?
Where would we be if this never happened?
The Importance of a System
The Importance of Love
Knowledge and Accomplishment
Conflict Resolution Through Friendship
The Hate Instigator
Love for Hate
Opposite of Love
A Spark of Hope
Big Effort = Big Impact
Why Fight Freedom?
Strength of Courage
Knowledge is Power
To Unknown Darkness