Webinar: Global Competence Strategies for World Language Classrooms
This collection was created for the webinar with SCLDA on May 8th, 2019. It is based on three collections created by Marcela Velikovsky (Bullis School) and Vicky Masson (Christ Episcopal School) as part of the 2018 Smithsonian Virtual Teacher Curricula Creation Opportunity with the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA), and thanks to the Smithsonian Latino Center's Latino Initiative Pool funds.
These collections highlight Latin American works of art, that show how culture shapes the way we see the world, others, and ourselves, and they also raise awareness about Latinx diversity. They explore “People, Place, and Time: How Art Reflects Culture.” Products, practices and perspectives displayed in Latinx art, show how our place and history (past) influence who we are (present) and who we want to be (future) in geographical, social, economic, and/or historical contexts.
- People, Place and Time: How Art Reflects Culture - Night of the Dead by Alan Crane
- People, Place and Time: How Art Reflects Culture - Caja de Memoria Viva II: Constancia Colón de Clemente by Adrián Román (“Viajero”)
- People, Place and Time: How Art Reflects Culture - Méndez v. Westminster, 1947
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