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Elisa RobertsFall 2007 1 - Fall 2007 ARTE 520 Lesson Plan...

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Unformatted text preview: Fall 2007 ARTE 520 Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Title: Begin with a Buffalo Idea from : www.crayola.com Goals and Objectives: The students will research the American bison or buffalo to recognize the importance of this animal to the Native peoples of the Great Plains. The students will identify many items used by Plains tribes that originated from the buffalo. Students will create a detailed display to show several items that were made from buffalo parts. Teaching Methods: Investigate Research Show and Tell Media and Materials: The book: Where the Buffaloes Begin By: Olaff Baker Websites: Different throughout the week. Construction Paper Markers Brown Grocery bag Glue Water Scissors Crayons Notebook Paper 1 Classroom Connections: Social Studies: The history of the Plain Indians and the Buffalo Math: Measuring the buffalo hide, tracing the hide English: Reading Where the Buffaloes Begin and summary paper Visual Arts : Drawing the symbols and the things used by the Indians Age/Safety Considerations: Age: Third and Fourth Grades Safety Considerations: The use of the internet Four Components: Art History: The students will study the history of how the Native Americans used the buffalo skins and buffalos for survival. The pictures and symbols will also have a meaning. The students will find the pictures and symbols through their research. Production: Before the students can start on their buffalo skin they will have to do research on the different things that the Native people used the buffalo skins for as well as different Indian symbols. Then they will have to draw the symbols and a small picture of what the Native people used the buffalo hides for on note book paper. This will also be turned in. Aesthetics: As a class we will discuss if the art work that was painted on the buffalo hide was art work or a type of language or is it both? Could they have used any other animal skins would it have looked the same? If they were an Plains Indian what kind of animal skin would they use and why? Criticism: The check list will let the students know just how they are doing with the project and if there is any problems or concerns. Through out the project I would also provide feedback and suggestions for each child. 2 Standards Addressed Art and Content Area: Grade Level: 3-5 IV. Understanding the visual arts in relation to history and cultures Visual Arts Heritage Students will demonstrate knowledge of artists, art history, and world cultures and understand how the visual arts reflect, record, and shape cultures....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ARTE 520 taught by Professor Mr.couchomelowski during the Spring '12 term at South Carolina.

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Elisa RobertsFall 2007 1 - Fall 2007 ARTE 520 Lesson Plan...

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