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Bonnie and Clyde

Madison Siegle
5
 

Bonnie and Clyde

Ariel Rafferty
19
 

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and clyde collection

Gabriella Harley
5
 

bonnie and clyde

lovers and theives


kane mcluckie
7
 

Bone Density Loss

This Smithsonian Science Starter Collection investigates the effects of gravity on the human body. Students will use dry corn puff cereal to model the effects of bone mass loss (osteoporosis) when sustaining injury. Students will be able to explain why healthy bones are important, and the unique difficulties in keeping bones healthy for those who travel to space.

Keywords: #airandspace, NASM, National Air and Space Museum

National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian
7
 

Bodybuilding

My obsession and passion towards bodybuilding is determined through the way the body grows, and the capability the body has towards years of dedication and patience with working out/lifting.

Christian Barahona
4
 

Body Language

  • How does a person's gaze, stance or the way they use their hands communicate a mood or feeling?
  • In artworks depicting two or more people, how are they interacting? What does that say about their relationship to each other?


Jean-Marie Galing
15
 

Bodies

This collection is comprised of artwork and objects that reflect a variety of bodies and the amazing things bodies can do. 

Brooke Shoemaker
80
 

Bodies

This collection is comprised of artwork and objects that reflect a variety of bodies and the amazing things bodies can do. 

This collection was created by Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center faculty member. #SEECStories

Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center
75
 

Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie: Teaching Resources

This topical collection gathers resources about Bob Dylan, one of the most influential American music artists of the 20th century, and Woody Guthrie, who greatly influenced the work of Dylan and other folk artists. Ideas for classroom application located in "Notes to Other Users." Resources include images, videos, music, and a lesson plan.

Tags: minnesota; hibbing; folk music; medieval music; ballad; #SmithsonianMusic

Tess Porter
15
 

Bob Dylan

@npgteach

Rebecca Burck
9
 

Blue and White Porcelain

Cross cultural journey

#MCteach

Sara Ducey
46
 

Blue and White - Patterns

Hayley Trezzo
46
 

Bloody Sunday: Selma and A March for Freedom

Sunday morning, March 7, 1965, several hundred protesters gathered in Selma Alabama planning to march to Montgomery in the hopes of obtaining federal protection for a voting rights statute. As the group, led by John Lewis and members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, approached the Edmund Pettus Bridge they were blocked by Alabama State Troopers and local police. The confrontation turned violent after law enforcement ordered the protesters to turn around and when they didn't comply they were assaulted with tear gas and beaten with billy clubs resulting in more than 50 people being hospitalized.

Key terms:
Civil Rights
Civil Rights Movement

Maureen Minard
20
 

Bloody Sunday: A March for Freedom

Sunday morning, March 7, 1965, several hundred protesters gathered in Selma Alabama planning to march to Montgomery in the hopes of obtaining federal protection for a voting rights statute. As the group, led by John Lewis and members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, approached the Edmund Pettus Bridge they were blocked by Alabama State Troopers and local police. The confrontation turned violent after law enforcement ordered the protesters to turn around and when they didn't comply they were assaulted with tear gas and beaten with billy clubs resulting in more than 50 people being hospitalized.

Key terms:
Civil Rights
Civil Rights Movement

Linda Muller
20
 

Blogs by Shannon Perich

Blogs written by Shannon Thomas Perich and published by the National Museum of American History.

Shannon Perich
10
 

Blake Burgess 1920s and 1930s artifacts

This is a collection of artifacts that made life easier for people living in the 1920s and 1930s

blake burgess
10
 

Blacksmith Shop

Come along and explore the Blacksmith Shop at La Purisima Mission.  Are you ready?  Let's go! 

La Purísima Mission CA State Historic Park
13
 

Blacklisted

authors, screenwriters and actresses who were blacklisted for being apart of the communist party during the red scare

Madison Siegle
5
 

Black People in Colonial America

Black people first were shipped to America from Africa in 1502. The number of slaves increased by the year, and went up to 3 million slaves by the 1850s. Slaves were placed shackles to be kept from running to their freedom. After the Revolutionary war, which occurred from 1775 to 1783, 20 percent of the population in the thirteen colonies are from African descent. Majority slaves were placed in either Virginia or Maryland. Attitudes and class structure legitimized a slave system based on color of skin. Slavery touched almost all aspects of life. The colonist relied on slaves economically. Slaves were their way to pay off their own debts and loans and used to trade for something else that they wanted. Slaves were treated very poorly with little to no food, long working hours, and physical or emotional abuse. Whites however feared for the release of slaves or them realizing that they were taken unfairly causing an uprising and rebellions.

Slavery was initially need to help the labor needs of the English settlers. Slaves were needed to pick tobacco and clear forests. The life of an African was hard because they endured being sold at auction, being separated from family members, settling into a new way of life, struggling with a foreign language, and undertaking the daily labor for which they had been seized. The life of a slave was dominated by this one activity. As many years passed slaves could not take the life of a slave. They would pretend to be sick, break tools, run away, or sabotage their master. Towards the end of the 18th century some slaves bought their freedom, and others escaped to a new place that abolished slavery. Slavery finally ended in 1865.

Works Cited

http://www.smplanet.com/teachi...

http://www.history.org/almanac...

Danielle Rich
10
 

Black Panther Movie Collection

The Visual arts can be  an entry point to literacy in the classroom.   Use these objects in the collection of the National Museum of African Art to aid  students to explore authentic African art works that inspired the Academy Award winning costume design of Ruth Carter in the blockbuster movie Black Panther.    Students can develop visual vocabulary through close looking to describe mood, tone, atmosphere, and inference and explore cross-curricular and cross cultural connections.  It allows them to really be creative and  critical thinkers! 

Alice Bonilha
99
 

Black Panther Movie Collection

The visual arts can be an entry point to literacy in the classroom.  Use these objects in the collection of the National Museum of African Art to aid students to explore authentic African art works that inspired the Academy Award winning costume design of Ruth Carter in the blockbuster movie Black Panther.  Students can develop visual vocabulary through close looking to describe mood, tone, atmosphere, and inference and explore cross-curricular and cross cultural connections.  It allows them to really be creative and critical thinkers!  

Keywords: Arts Integration; Africa; African Art; Global Arts; 

Deborah Stokes
88
 

Black Panther Movie Collection

The visual arts can be an entry point to literacy in the classroom.  Use these objects in the collection of the National Museum of African Art to aid students to explore authentic African art works that inspired the Academy Award winning costume design of Ruth Carter in the blockbuster movie Black Panther.  Students can develop visual vocabulary through close looking to describe mood, tone, atmosphere, and inference and explore cross-curricular and cross cultural connections.  It allows them to really be creative and critical thinkers!  

Learn more about distance learning opportunities from the National Museum of African Art by visiting the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC).

Keywords: NJPSA

Deborah Stokes
89
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