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Elizabeth Dale-Deines

Teacher Programs Coordinator
Smithsonian American Art Museum
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Teacher Programs Coordinator

Elizabeth Dale-Deines's collections

 

A Place of One's Own

<p>Collection to support 11th grade unit examining Virginia Woolf's "A Room of One's Own" in order to uncover ideas about belonging and to prepare for the collection of oral histories.</p>
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Art and Advocacy

<p>A collection of works intended to raise awareness or advocate for change.</p><p></p>
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Art Conservation Workshop @ SAAM

<p>For Teachers of 6th-12th Grade </p><p>Saturday, March 9 (9:30-1:30) </p><p>Location: Smithsonian American Art Museum (8th and G Streets, NW)</p> <p><br /></p> <p><em>What can you learn when you put art, science, and history together in a room? Come find out why these three disciplines form the foundation of art conservation and how this profession can encourage students to see history as ongoing, science as creative, and art as a Rubik’s Cube of choices. Learn what it takes to preserve a collection with our <a href="https://americanart.si.edu/art/conservation">Lunder Conservation Center</a>’s Program Coordinator, Laura Hoffman!</em></p>
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Art To Go/ Arte en su casa (Elementary)

<p><strong>Artworks and Activities for Elementary Students Learning at Home. </strong>This packet includes a booklet of creative writing activities and printed artworks that feature heroic figures and folktales. </p> <p><strong>Obras de arte y actividades para estudiantes de la escuela primaria que aprenden en casa. </strong>Este conjunto de actividades incluye un folleto con ejercicios de redacción creativa y obras de arte impresas que presentan a personajes heroicos y cuentos populares.</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>
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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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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: Zoom In Activity

<p>Zoom in on a small part of an artwork, tell stories, then zoom out! A discussion-based looking activity.</p>
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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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Expanding the Narrative: Meet and Greet the Harlem Renaissance

<p>Created for <em>Art and the African American Experience</em></p><p>Look beyond the traditional narrative of the Harlem Renaissance by taking on the character of historical figures with Teaching for Change.</p>
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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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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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