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      • Thumb image for A Picture's Worth 500-700 Words (depending on the grade level)Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

        A Picture's Worth 500-700 Words (depending on the grade level)

        Grades: 6 to 8
        Subjects: Visual Arts, English-Language Arts, History-Social Science
        Students create a work of art that makes a moral or ethical statement and uses elements of the Neoclassical style.
        Contributor: The Getty
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        Pinterest for Educators

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Library Sciences, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Mathematics and 3 additional..
        Be sure to check out the following boards: -*-Pinterest in the Classroon -*-Common Core and the Library -*-Teen Reads -*-Bul...
        Contributor: PAZ DELSID
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        Native Village of Alutiiq Education Guide

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: Geography, English-Language Arts, Native Peoples, United States History, History-Social Science
        Education guide on the modern Native Alaska community (the Sugpiat people). Includes four lesson plans exploring petroglyphs (ro...
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        Collecting Their Thoughts: Telling Your Story

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Students tell a story from the point of view of someone who lived in a time depicted in a museum exhibition.
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        Collecting Their Thoughts: Telling a Paintings Story

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Lesson plans call upon students to express their unique responses to art by writing essays inspired by paintings in a museum.
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        Art to Zoo: In the Playtime of Others: Child Labor in the Early 20th Century (1988)

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        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Online issue activities related to the work and working conditions of child laborers in the early twentieth century.
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        Collecting Their Thoughts: Creating a Classroom Museum

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Students sharpen their information-gathering, organizational, and problem-solving skills by building their own museum exhibition...
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        Pick a Pet (PreK-1)

        Grades: PS/Pre-K to 3
        Subjects: English-Language Arts, Principles of Design, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Visual Arts
        Students design informational materials to educate people on the importance of matching a new pet to the family's lifestyle and ...
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        Pick a Pet (PreK-3)

        Grades: PS/Pre-K to 3
        Subjects: English-Language Arts, Principles of Design, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Visual Arts
        Students design informational materials to educate people on the importance of matching a new pet to the family's lifestyle and ...
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        Inscribing Meaning: Writing and Graphic Systems in African Art

        Grades: No grades selected.
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        This online exhibition addresses the overlap of African art and the communicative power of graphic systems, language, and the wr...
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        Women and Science at Science Service

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: United States History, History-Social Science
        Exhibit highlighting the careers of five women pioneers in the field of science journalism. Features noteworthy female staff mem...
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        Caravan Kingdoms: Yemen and the Ancient Incense Trade

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        Online exhibit about the little known cultural traditions of “caravan kingdoms” whose fortune rose and fell with demand for thei...
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        The Many Different Sides of War (Advanced Level)

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: English-Language Arts, Visual Arts
        Lesson in which students compare portrayals of soldiers to depictions of battle scenes and write articles about war
        Contributor: The Getty
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        What Is Work and Who Are the Workers? (Beginning Level)

        Grades: TK/K to 5
        Subjects: English-Language Arts, Visual Arts
        Students will analyze depictions of workers, conduct an interview with a family member, and create original drawings about work.
        Contributor: The Getty
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        What Is Work and Who Are the Workers? (Advanced Level)

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: Visual Arts
        Students will keep a photographer's journal and create a photograph of a worker faced with difficult conditions.
        Contributor: The Getty
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        Impressionism: Prepositions and Monet

        Grades: 6 to 8
        Subjects: Visual Arts
        Lesson in which students examine two paintings by Claude Monet and write poetry using prepositional phrases
        Contributor: The Getty
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        Literary Odyssey

        Grades: 9 to 12
        Subjects: Visual Arts, English-Language Arts
        Students read excerpts from The Odyssey and The Adventures of Telemachus and create a story and sketch based on a secondary char...
        Contributor: The Getty
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        Summary Writing Practice with a Focus on Human Evolution

        Grades: 6 to 7
        Subjects: English-Language Arts, Science
        Students will research the anatomical changes that appeared in early humans as they transitioned to bipedal walking over million...
        Contributor: Charles Snyder
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        Smithsonian in Your Classroom: Letters from the Japanese American Internment

        Grades: 4 to 12
        Subjects: World War II, United States History, History-Social Science
        Lessons based on letters from young people in an Arizona internment camp to a librarian in their hometown of San Diego. Students...
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        Reading In Action

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Library Sciences, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Mathematics and 3 additional..
        Reading In Action, has info on the latest books, activities, resources and educational games categorized for all age groups. ...
        Contributor: PAZ DELSID
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