V use the artifact to discuss how acts of creative

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respects to those who made the sacrifice for our country. V. Use the artifact to discuss how acts of creative expression impact and are impacted by the people and situations that surround it. How might the artifact and the person who created it have impacted each other? For instance, how might the geographic location where the artifact was made, the materials used to create the artifact, the medium of the creative process, or the environment where the artifact is displayed influence the creator’s life or future creative work? How might the artifact and the culture or context in which it was created have impacted each other? For instance, does the artifact add to the understanding of the culture from which it was created? What contributions does it make to continuing on a dialogue about that culture and the importance of its artifacts? The American flag has survived over 200 years and two world wars. The flag has evolved many times in times of crisis or achievement. During the Vietman war the flag took on many meanings. September 11, 2001, the flag was a symbol of hope and pride. The flag is the inspiration for holidays, songs, poems, books, artwork, and more. VI. Questions: Pose questions you have after thinking deeply about this artifact. What more do you want to know regarding: A. The relationship between human culture and expression B. Question 1: What was the culture like when the flag was created?

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