ART METHODS 321 - OBJECTIVES Students will understand the...

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OBJECTIVES Students will understand the following: Beyond the famous leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, ordinary me All the participants—famous and not so famous—deserve to have the Older people have a responsibility to pass on these stories to younger Materials
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For this lesson, you will need:
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Symbol of Civility   Remind your students of the power of a symbol by  considering some of the more familiar and forceful  symbols throughout history and in today’s world.  Discuss such symbols as the peace symbol, the  cross, the star of David, the Nazi swastika, the  Black Panther fist, the burning cross, and the red  AIDS ribbon. Talk about the ways in which  messages are conveyed by symbols. (You may  also consider some familiar commercial logos,  which communicate without words—for example,  McDonald’s arches and the Nike swoosh.) Ask 
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