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Elizabeth Dale-Deines

Teacher Programs Coordinator
Smithsonian American Art Museum
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Color Coding (DCPS K-2 Cornerstone)

<p>How can color represent emotion? </p> <ul><li><em>Arc:</em> Language/Grouping &amp; Sorting</li><li><em>Technique: </em>compare &amp; contrast emotions and colors, watercolor painting</li><li><p><em>Final Product:</em> watercolor painting of a person showing emotion</p></li></ul>
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Photography & Writing (Living Through History)

<p><strong><em><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0">“Living Through History”</span></em></strong><span class="TextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0" xml:lang="en-us" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0"> is a cross-curricular Cornerstone that will allow students to document their experience during this global pandemic, with </span></span><a href="https://asiasociety.org/education/what-global-competence" class="Hyperlink SCXW164487697 BCX0" target="_blank"><span class="TextRun Underlined SCXW164487697 BCX0" xml:lang="en-us" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0">global competence</span></span></a><span class="TextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0" xml:lang="en-us" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW164487697 BCX0"> in mind.</span></span><span class="EOP SCXW164487697 BCX0"> </span></p> <p>This activity set is intended for 8th - 12th grade students. The primary goals of this progression are to support students’: <br /></p> <ul><li>analytical skills, to the end of leveraging photography as a tool for communicating about moments in history; </li><li>independent, small group, and whole group processing of the experience of the pandemic and social uprisings of current history; </li><li>use of global competency thinking routine Truth and Beauty as a reflection tool; </li><li>creation of images and texts to contribute to the city-wide virtual event, Living Through History: A Cornerstones Showcase. </li></ul><p>In an effort to accommodate various teacher and student needs, including emotional support, multiple tracks and “choice points” are provided. </p> <p></p>
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Art To Go/ Arte en tu casa (Middle School)

<p><strong>Artworks and Activities for Middle School Students Learning at Home. </strong>We hope that these artworks can give you a way to get creative, connect with something in the wider world, or just keep your beautiful brain busy. Use the activities in any order. All activities work with all artworks - <i>there’s no wrong way to use this packet.</i></p><p><strong>Obras de arte y actividades para estudiantes de la escuela intermedia que aprenden en casa. </strong>Esperamos que estas obras de arte te ayuden a aumentar tu creatividad, a relacionarte con el resto del mundo o, sencillamente, a ocupar tu maravilloso cerebro. No importa el orden en que hagas las actividades. Todas pueden hacerse con cualquiera de las obras de arte: <i>no hay manera de equivocarse cuando usas este conjunto de actividades. </i></p> <p><span></span></p>
Elizabeth Dale-Deines
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Caretakers: Music Match Activity

<p>Work with your student to match artwork to music as a way to think about the various ways in which emotions are expressed in art. </p>
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Caretakers: Describe & Draw Activity

<p>A fun game for students to practice their listening and speaking/descriptive skills! </p>
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Caretakers: Bringing Art to Life Activity

<p>Encourage your student to get creative with what's around the home and recreate an artwork!</p>
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SAAM Family Day Crafts

<p>Art-making activities for at-home fun. Join us for <a href="https://americanart.si.edu/visit/family-activities" target="_blank">family days</a> when the time comes!</p>
Elizabeth Dale-Deines
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FCPS Middle School English/Language Arts

<p>Artworks aligned with concept-based units:</p> <ol><li>Outside Influence</li><li>Friendship &amp; Relationships</li><li>Resiliency</li><li>The Impact of Choices</li><li>Changing the World</li><li>Competition and Challenge</li><li>Overcoming Obstacles</li><li>Survival &amp; Dystopia</li><li>Why Stories Matter</li><li>Identity</li></ol>
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FCPS High School English/Language Arts

<p>Artworks grouped according to concept-based units:</p><ol><li>Role in  the Community</li><li>Change &amp; Transition</li><li>Perspectives</li><li>Self-Discovery</li><li>Persuasion &amp; Consumerism</li><li>Art &amp; Aesthetics</li><li>Power</li><li>Hope</li><li>Innovation &amp; Progress</li><li>Alienation</li></ol>
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Jim Percoco - Civics

<p>"Visions of America: Real and Intended" </p><p>Created to support 2018 IFT for Loudoun School for Advanced Studies.</p>
Elizabeth Dale-Deines
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Jim Percoco - Great Lives

<p>Created to support 2018 IFT for Loudoun School for Advanced Studies.</p>
Elizabeth Dale-Deines
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Then and Now: Native Voices in American History

<p>Presented with the National Museum of the American Indian December 9, 2017 9:30a.m.–1:30 p.m.</p> <p>What learning opportunities arise when we add complexity to “the story” of westward expansion? How can Native perspectives and contemporary events engage student historians-in-training? Leave with strategies and resources that will help you add depth and breadth to your teaching and inspire inquiry in the classroom.</p>
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