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Lesson Plan: Heroes in Art
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In this lesson plan, students will explore the life and portraits of Frederick Douglass in order to gain an understanding of the history of slavery in...
Lesson Plan: Heroes in Art
Lesson Plan: 1920s Variety Show
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By participating in a variety show of literary readings, musical and dance performances, and an art exhibition, students will gain an appreciation of the cultural achievements of the Harlem...
Lesson Plan: 1920s Variety Show
Lesson Plan: African Myths and Stories
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In this lesson, students read stories associated with a royal altar tusk from the Kingdom of Benin in Nigeria. They read myths illustrated on the tusk and write a myth or story related to what they...
Lesson Plan: African Myths and Stories
Lesson Plan: Postage Stamp Contest
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The continuity and social well-being of many African communities depends upon the ability to grow abundant crops. The Bamana of southern...
Lesson Plan: Postage Stamp Contest
Lesson Plan: Colonial Identity
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In this lesson, students learn how Copley's portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hubbard illustrate the Hubbards' desire to identify themselves with England while indicating their profession and social...
Lesson Plan: Colonial Identity
Lesson Plan: Freed from Slavery
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On January 1, 1863, after the Civil War Battle of Anteitam, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. To gain an appreciation of the slavery issue in the Civil War,...
Lesson Plan: Freed from Slavery
Lesson Plan: The Noble Eightfold Path
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The man who came to be known as the Buddha ("enlightened one") was a young prince in northeastern India (now Nepal) in the 6th century B.C. During his lifetime, he discovered a...
Lesson Plan: The Noble Eightfold Path
Lesson Plan: Ancient Gold Working
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Gold was plentiful in the Americas when the Spanish colonists arrived in the early 16th century. For over 30,000 years, gold objects, including jewelry, utensils, masks, and sculptures, were made in...
Lesson Plan: Ancient Gold Working
Lesson Plan: Sport as Social Ritual
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In this lesson plan, students learn the importance of ancient American ballgames and relate them to contemporary sports.
Suggested Grade Level: 4-6
Estimated Time...
Lesson Plan: Sport as Social Ritual
Lesson Plan: What's Right and Wrong? Moral Messages in Art
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In this lesson, students explore the Steen and Mount paintings and their presentation of moral issues. They discuss ethical debates in society today and write a short position paper on an issue...
Lesson Plan: What's Right and Wrong? Moral Messages in Art
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