Read the given text and ask students what the image adds to the text. Next, ask students to determine if the visuals match the texts given. As a class, read Aesop's Fable- "The Lion and the Mouse" and then watch the video version linked in the lesson. Compare and contrast the text and video using the Venn diagram as a class. Then play the audio of "The Mixed-Up Chameleon" by Eric Carle. Have students draw what they visualize and then watch the video. Are the drawings similar or different? Ask students to select one of the images to write a one-paragraph story about. Set an amount of time to dedicate to writing. Then have students compare their stories with their neighbors. Emphasize that every story should be different because everyone has a different imagination and interpretation of the images! Have the students form pairs. The students should write a one-paragraph story and draw a picture to go with the passage. Then have them cover their drawings and exchange with their partners, who must draw an image for the passage. Uncover and compare and contrast!