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Ariana Telles 1920's and 1930's

We are representing the two decades by showing a collection of selected artifacts. These artifacts highlight the key points of the two decades.

Ariana Telles
10
 

Arguments to meditate: an introduction through American Art

This collection is for use with an introductory lesson for a 12th-grade rhetoric course's unit on "arguments to meditate," which are defined in the text "Everything's an Argument" by Andrea Lunsford and John Ruszkiewicz as, to paraphrase, those arguments which are abstract and/or which lack a clear, explicitly stated thesis and that therefore depend on thoughtful meditation by the audience to arrive at an understanding of the rhetorician's intent. The purpose of this lesson is to (1) establish students' understanding of the definition of an argument to meditate and (2) provide students with a beginning ability to assess the thesis and supporting ideas that comprise arguments to meditate in the form of American Art. The details of the lesson itself are included in a document within the collection.

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Marshall Harris
10
 

Argument & Art

Understanding what makes a text effective in terms of rhetorical strategies in increasingly important for students, especially as the ACT/SAT writing exams become more analytical. By pairing a visual stimulus with a somewhat abstract, difficult-to-place concept such as that of Rhetoric, students should be able to more wholly understand what comprises and defines each canon and be able to apply the canons to a broad range of texts, both traditional and contemporary. 

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Kimberly Siemsen
12
 

Area Architects--Quay Dorsey

This is an overview of an area and coding project 3rd grade students completed this year. 

Quay Dorsey
7
 

Are You Sold?

Taking an eclectic look at advertisements in the past few decades.

Marvin Luu
17
 

Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Below you will find a variety of sources that connect to the Industrial Revolution. These sources will aid in your answering of the following guiding questions:

(1) What changes were made in manufacturing? (2) How did society benefit from industrialization? and (3) What were the challenges society faced during industrialization?

At the conclusion of your investigation, you should be able to address in detail the Essential Question: Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Molly Long
14
 

Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Below you will find a variety of sources that connect to the Industrial Revolution. These sources will aid in your answering of the following guiding questions:

(1) What changes were made in manufacturing? (2) How did society benefit from industrialization? and (3) What were the challenges society faced during industrialization?

At the conclusion of your investigation, you should be able to address in detail the Essential Question: Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Molly Long
16
 

Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Below you will find a variety of sources that connect to the Industrial Revolution. These sources will aid in your answering of the following guiding questions:

(1) What changes were made in manufacturing? (2) How did society benefit from industrialization? and (3) What were the challenges society faced during industrialization?

At the conclusion of your investigation, you should be able to address in detail the Essential Question: Are the benefits of progress during the Industrial Revolution more significant than the costs?

Leah Knecht
16
 

Are student rights protected in school?

This collection explores a number of Supreme Court cases all looking at the rights students have in the American public school system. Students will encounter these court cases through primary and secondary sources, videos, photographs, podcasts, and historical objects. At the end of the lesson, students should be able construct an argument based off the compelling question "Are student rights protected in school?"

Leah Knecht
16
 

Are all laws fair?

This learning lab is meant to help students interpret and analyze laws and decide if all laws are fair. #C3Framework #TeachingInquiry
Erin McBride
17
 

Archives of American Art

Lists: To-dos, Illustrated Inventories, Collected Thoughts and Other Artists' Enumerations

Archives of American Art
62
 

Architecture | Geometry | Math

Christina Ratatori
16
 

Architecture of The United States in 17th Century

The architecture of Amrica in 17th century had different design, one of the typical architecture of the 17th century is commonly known as "the First Period" style. A First Period house is typically only one room deep with a prominent central chimney, an overhang on the front "façade", and a lean-to in the rear. The timber framing of these buildings is usually visible in the interior of the house, and the exterior covered with unpainted clapboards and minimal decoration. Unlike 18th century buildings, the doors and diamond-paned casement windows are often not placed symmetrically in the walls, although the front door is usually placed in front of the chimney. The doors are board-and-batten, made of vertical boards held together with smaller horizontal battens. The roof of "a First Period" house is steeply pitched and often has numerous gables. (Wikipedia, "American Colonial Architecture", https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...)

Tu Nguyen
10
 

Architecture and Landmarks

Teliyah Davis and Sawyer Mervis

ChickenFingers Magee
8
 

Architecture

Thomas Jefferson's architecture several characteristics, but the main three were, red brick, columns, and octagonal shapes. Monticello shows these characteristics by the whole outside being created in red brick, having four columns at the entrance, and having an octagonal roof. University of Virginia's buildings that Jefferson built, all have red brick, columns, and octagonal shapes. Some differences between Georgian Architecture and Jefferson Architecture are, Georgian is more built more flat and square unlike Jefferson's Architecture which was built in an octagonal shape. The Georgian Architecture also had more windows and had a tendency not to have columns unlike the Jefferson's Architecture.
Christopher Pantin
4
 

Architectural Elements and Archways- Maya Eisenberg

Cooper Hewitt Design Scholars
21
 

Archaeology Lessons

This collection includes lesson plans and artifact collections that would be useful for any K-12 study of archaeology. Brief descriptions of the resources are included where necessary, so that teachers can quickly determine what might be applicable to their own classrooms.
Kate Harris
14
 

Archaeology

Archaeologists in the field
C. McDonald
7
 

Aral Sea: Exploring Change Over Time with Satellite Imagery

This teaching collection includes maps and satellite images, complemented by image interpretation guides and related magazine articles, for students to discover what natural causes and human impacts have had consequences for the Aral Sea. The Aral Sea has been a continuously shrinking body of water over the last 50 years after the rivers that fed into it were diverted by irrigation projects. Learn what you can discover by annotating change through satellite imagery.
Ashley Naranjo
18
 

Arabic Mehndi Designs History in Western Countries

Mehndi designs are a traditional way to decorate women's body.Arabic county love applies mehndi designs in their body.They called " Arabic Mehndi Designs ".Arabic mehndi designs have its own designs language.Has its own pattern and designs.Its different from Indian and Pakistani mehndi designs.In 2017 mehndi designs increase its popularity in the western country.In United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, France, and Italy.There is a lot of western mehndi designer on social media.They make classic mehndi (henna) designs and modern mehndi (henna) designs.They rather call it " henna designs". Arabic mehndi designs number one choice of western artist.They fund ideas from the internet.You can find a lot of mehndi designs images on the Internet.

ı shared with you a henna document about henna history in the world.You can watch below



arabicmehndidesigner
1
 

Arabic Art

YinYing Chen
137
 

AQWF

at the front away from the front to the front
Suzanne Micallef
28
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