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Additional Lessons 181 - 190 of 473 for Mexican Culture
  181.   ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: New York on the Pacific Coast
...ssroads and Conquest Standards: National Standard 1 United States territorial expansion between 1801 and 1861, and how it affected relations with external powers and Native Americans. Stand 1C The student understands the ideology of Manifest Destiny, the nation?s expansion to the Northwest, and the Mexican-American 9-12. Analyze Unites States trading interests in the Far East and explain how they influenced continental expansion to the Pacific. Standard 2 The students thinks chronologically: F. Appreciated Historical perspectives?(a) describing the past on its own terms, through the eyes and experiences of those who were th...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  182.   Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans
Header for Lesson Plans - Resources for Teachers home Lesson Overview: Though a series of pictures, readings and activities, the students will investigate many of the relationships that contribute to the look and design of decorative arts objects. The influence of local and distant cultures will be illustrated and discussed. Two sub-themes central to this will unfold. First, these influences can create "threads" of borrowed ideas that can span time or distance. Second, even when local craftsmen borrow ideas from other cultures, they are usually re-interpreted and re-invented with local esthetics woven into...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  183.   A Pair, A Panel, A Presentation: Creating an Image for Your School
...screen based on this form of art. As artists in colonial Mexico depicted their world, students will depict their school on their own screen. Relevant TEKS: Knowledge and skills. Complete TEKS for 6th grade art. 1. Perception: a. and b. 2. Creative expression/performance: a., b. and c. 3. Historical cultural heritage: a. Materials: sketch paper (12x36") paint, paper and brushes 10 Styrofoam boards (12x36") tape for hinges Procedures: 1. Introducing the Work of Art This remarkable ten-panel folding screen is decorated on one side with a panoramic view of Mexico City and on the other with episodes portraying the Spanish forces...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  184.   St. Michael, the Archangel
Header for Resources for Teachers home Visual Arts Lesson: St. Michael, the Archangel Creating a papier mache sculpture Relevant TEKS Knowledge and skills. Complete TEKS for 6th grade art. 1. Perception: a. and b. 2. Creative expression/performance: a.and c. 3. Historical cultural heritage: a. and b. 4. Response/evaluation: a. and b. Lesson Objectives The students will describe this work of art as reflecting the beliefs of Mexicans in the viceregal period. Will explain the origins of the process in indigenous cultures of Mexico, and how the sculpture as a whole represents European and indigenous t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  185.   Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans
...of Artwork : The conquistadors believed St. James to be their protector in their colonization of the New World. This six-foot sculpture portrays the saint victorious in combat. The piece can basically be divided into the sculptures of the saint and of the horse. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Mexican artists created a wide array of objects for use in the Roman Catholic Church. Paintings and sculptures of Mary, Christ, and saints; silver chalices and lecterns; embroidered textiles; objects made from ceramics and feathers all played a role in religious observance. Spanish, Moorish, Asian, and Pre-Columbian art influence...
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  186.   Resources for Teachers
Header for Resources for Teachers home Visual Arts Lesson: Virgin of Guadalupe Painting symbols of your culture Relevant Knowledge and skills. Complete TEKS for 6th grade art. TEKS 1. Perception: a. and b. 2. Creative expression/performance: a.and c. 3. Historical cultural heritage: a. and b. 4. Response/evaluation: a. and b. Lesson Objectives The students will tell the story of this image and its historical role and significance a...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  187.   Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans
...tals. Technique or Process This painting is composed of oil paint and lacquer on a wood base inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Mother-of-pearl encrusted work was popular in late 17th century Mexico on this Virgin of Guadalupe painting we find it adorning the floral frame that surrounds the Virgin. Here, cultures come together with the use of a Pre-Columbian lacquer technique combined with Asian-influenced ornamentation. These same inlaid techniques were used to adorn room screens and decorative wall panels illustrating historic scenes. Cultural Roots During the 17th and 18th centuries, Mexican artists created a wide array of obj...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  188.   Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans
Header for Lesson Plans - Resources for Teachers home Lesson Overview: Though a series of pictures, readings and activities, the students will investigate many of the relationships that contribute to the look and design of decorative arts objects. The influence of local and distant cultures will be illustrated and discussed. Two sub-themes central to this will unfold. First, these influences can create "threads" of borrowed ideas that can span time or distance. Second, even when local craftsmen borrow ideas from other cultures, they are usually re-interpreted and re-invented with local esthetics woven into...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  189.   Scandals, Gossip, and the American Presidency
Scandals, Gossip, and the American Presidency Scandals, Gossip, and the American Presidency Eleanor Roosevelt: Sports and Popular Culture Skill: Middle School Time Required: Standards Compliance NCSS Strand 3 People, Places, and Environments NCSS Strand 10 Civic Ideals and Practices NCTE Standard 7 Students conduct research by generating ideas, questions, and problems. They gather, evaluate, and synthesize data. ISTE Standard 5 Technology research tools IST...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  190.   ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: Violence in a Jim Crow Society
...with the election of Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876 the old aristocracy in southern states quickly returned to power. The recently freed blacks began to quickly lose their freedoms through new state legislation that comes to be titled Jim Crow Laws. Blacks faced the violence of the KKK and a vigilante culture which resulted in a great increase in lynchings.. When the Supreme Court upheld these laws in 1897, Plessy v. Ferguson, blacks were once again denied access to ?The Promise?. Without protection the bloodshed increased as lychings and race riots became routine. Audience: High School Category: Engaging the American Past Sub...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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