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Monologues for the (out)WIN!

All images are from The Outwin 2016 finalists collection.

Students should study the portraits, with the only shared information the title of the work, using the Claim-Support-Question Strategy. Each student will make several claims about their assigned image, and support those claims through their own created character. They will use the questions that they come up with as a jumping-off point for character creation. Each fully-realized character should come from the world of the portrait, have a distinct stance and walk, and be able to answer questions presented in an improvised manner.
Katie McCreary
20
 

Surrender at Appomattox

This is a lesson designed around the portrait "The Room in the McLean House, at Appomattox Court House, in which General Lee Surrendered to General Grant," and is intended to be used when teaching about General Lee's surrender. #npgteach
Jamie Grace
7
 

NPG Lesson

This is part of a presentation to the students when teaching them about portraiture.

Students will be enriched with a little background knowledge of the two portraits then students will critique both portraits in the presentation describing, analyzing, interpreting, and judging the work. Finally students will fill out the Core 6, top hat, worksheet.

#NPGteach #npgteach
Gayle Kraus
6
 

Apotheosis of ???

#NPGteach
Alissa Oginsky
7
 

Thomas Alva Edison

Teri fulton
18
 

Mary & Katy: See, Think, Wonder & Compare

Artful thinking routines to explore, critique, compare and contrast portraits of Mary Cassatt and Katy Perry from the National Portrait Gallery. #npgteach
Micah Haddock
6
 

Unusual Material Portraits

Portraits using different materials. #npgteach
Caitlin Johns
15
 

All About Opera

What is Opera? When did it begin? Where did it originate?
Melanie Haynes
16
 

Cartoon Analysis: Political "Blondins" Crossing Salt River

This lesson is geared towards 8th grade United States history. It can be used to teach about primary sources as well as the 1860 election. #npgteach
Rachel Heller
5
 

Penguins

Historical penguin artifacts
Torrey Trust
12
 

Art works with a Mandolin #iste2016

American visual art including a mandolin
Jonathan Dings
10
 

The Golden Years

Space songs by Elton John and David Bowie #ISTE2016
Kyle-Pierre Nfr, NIT
2
 

Juan Ponce de Leon

A collection about the early explorer, Juan Ponce de Leon. #ISTE2016
Jacqueline Wight
5
 

Making Rockets

Creating the future @ #ISTE2016
Robert Morrison
15
 

Greek Art

#ISTE2016 collection for understanding
Liz Carrick
1
 

Artsy Fartsy #iste2016

Various Art Themes
#iste2016
Natalie Wood
1
 

Petroglyphs

Collections from around the world which have similar meaning and purpose.
Frank Guerrero
13
 
 

Elephants: Do they learn to fear humans?

#ISTE2016
Elena Maddox
1
 

Greek Mythology

#itse2016
Michelle Bolin
9
 

Astronomy

Materials that will accompany a 3rd grade astronomy unit.
#ISTE2016
Jenna Oien
2
 

Kentucky and Kentuckians

Collection about Kentucky and Kentuckians.
#iste2016
Maria Shockey
10
 

Lewis and Clark Expedition

Collection of Lewis and Clark information #iste2016
Iris Espinosa
6
 

TMS Mount Rushmore

Each year in May, the TMS 6th Grade makes a trip to the Custer, SD area. As we travel through the area, a part of our time is a visit to Mount Rushmore. I am always looking for new 6th grade appropriate resources on the site. #ISTE2016 #smithsonianlab
Dave Burrill
3
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