Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Motor car and galimoto: An intercultural lesson in pragmatism, creativity, and perseverance - … view a collection of documentary photographs and use these for making logical observations, drawing conclusions, and as a basis for creative … Pencils Various grades of wire (available in craft stores for jewelry making or other wire arts) 5 x 7 index cards Story … finished their creations, give them the following assignment: How to make a galimoto Write a paragraph describing its material parts, the …
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  • Interviewing Skills - … are used. a. Employers making hiring and promotion decisions. b. Colleges making admission decisions. c. Scholarship committees making financial aid decisions. 3. Stress … dress pants with a nice blouse or blazer. No excessive jewelry, make-up, or “big hair.” Men: pants (not jeans!), collared shirt … the interviewer know about the skills, knowledge and experience that make you a qualified candidate. LP6 – Interviewing Skills THE 5-PART …
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  • Jewelry - … VIDEO Exploring African Jewelry Materials: ß ß ß [Jewelry Student Information Sheets Set #1: African Jewelry at the DIA]. These sheets feature African jewelry at the DIA … of 6 Jewelry Student Information Sheets Set #1 – African Jewelry at the DIA Wayne RESA’s Cultural Collaborative for Learning Jewelry Student Information … forming creates curves and domes in sheet metal. This process makes a piece look thicker because of the reflections produced on …
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  • Fused Glass Picture Frame - … learn basic jewelry composition Objectives: Combine the magic of jewelry clay with the simplicity of stamping to create beautiful and unique jewelry. Simply … needed in Delphi's Silver Jewelry Clay Starter Kit #1041. Each 20 gram package of clay makes 4-6 pendants. Additional clay … edges smooth, make sure cracks are filled and all parts are secured. Once fired the piece is final. More Jewelry Clay Instructions …
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  • Create Real Silver Jewelry With Clay! - … Objectives: Combine the magic of jewelry clay with the simplicity of stamping to create beautiful and unique jewelry. Simply roll out the … shaping, then fire, polish, and wear! What Is Silver Jewelry Clay? Silver jewelry clay is a mixture of tiny particles of silver … Sheets Combine the magic of jewelry clay with the simplicity of stamping to create beautiful and unique jewelry. Simply roll out the … needed in Delphi's Silver Jewelry Clay Starter Kit #1041. Each 20 gram package of clay makes 4-6 pendants. Additional clay …
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  • How Dense Are You? - … CHART. (G.) Now, have students determine the density of their jewelry gift boxes (density = mass/volume). (H.) Have students record the density of the jewelry gift boxes from the other groups. (I.) Have students discuss … DATA CHART (listed below) from the overhead and/or whiteboard. Make sure they list each member's name on the sheet … students graph (histogram) the variations/similarities of the densities of jewelry gift boxes. Students will need graph paper. 2. You can …
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  • The Hidden Jewels of Geometry - … smaller scale, jewelry crafters use knowledge about the same geometric shapes to make earrings, necklaces, brooches and other jewelry. Background Making jewelry involves thinking about symmetry and shapes. By experimenting with various shapes and sizes, students can make attractive jewelry while … types of jewelry such as pins, bracelets and necklaces. Use other shapes when creating jewelry. With higher-level groups, you may make the …
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  • The Human Spark | Digging for the Truth - … results. Archaeological breakthroughs still require our own "human spark" to make the final connection.) 10. Explain that as much as new … will be learning about some archaeological hypotheses about pre-historic jewelry - dental and otherwise. Provide a focus for students by asking … of individuals than would otherwise be connected.) What does manmade jewelry carved from soapstone have in common with cave art? (Accept …
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  • The Human Spark | Digging for the Truth - … results. Archaeological breakthroughs still require our own "human spark" to make the final connection.) 10. Explain that as much as new … will be learning about some archaeological hypotheses about pre-historic jewelry - dental and otherwise. Provide a focus for students by asking … of individuals than would otherwise be connected.) What does manmade jewelry carved from soapstone have in common with cave art? (Accept …
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  • Poverty Point Earthworks: Louisiana's Ancient Inhabitants - … individual portions for each child in each group to make artifacts and jewelry. INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITY: If this lesson is done in conjunction … groups will illustrate how and why they chose to make the artifacts and jewelry. The teacher will guide the students through the … facts. VISUAL ARTS: Make a relief map of the Poverty Point Area. Design jewelry from clay similar to the jewelry of these Native …
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