Lessons for Jewelry Making

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  • Shoebox Dig - … . * show the distinction between observations (the discoveries we make) and inferences (the stories we make up). * engage students in thinking about multiple … to make popcorn by putting the kernels out on hot rocks. The popcorn-eaters did not use money; rather, they traded jewelry … 3 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans Simulated Digs Shoebox Dig jewelry. The popcorn-eaters tried to adapt. But they had very … digging uncover to help answer the question?) What kind of jewelry was made in layer D? (Were gems or beads in …
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  • How Did They Acquire Their Attire? - … real material for the clothing, and they can draw or make the jewelry and accessories. 8. Depending on their level, you can … of the earrings worn were made from inflated fish bladders. Jewelry was also made from fish teeth, freshwater pearls, feathers, small … Timucuan men pierced their ears and wore the same style jewelry as the women. The artist Le Moyne noted that many … popular. The Seminole women used calico, chintz, or linen to make themselves kneelength skirts. As with bodices, the cloth for the …
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  • Hire the Best Unit - … put Most fab employees produce microchips, monitor the manufacturing process, make decisions, maintain equipment and manage work flow, frequently as members … clothes Trimmed beard or clean-shaven Light, appropriate makeup and jewelry "I DON'T want this job." * * * * * * * Dirty and sloppy Clothes … for which you are applying Groomed appropriately (hair, nails, cologne, jewelry, etc.) Demonstrated enthusiasm Made eye contact Smiled Comments: Demeanor: Confident …
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  • The Queens of Ancient Egypt - … to illustrate what they have learned. Design a piece of jewelry that could have been presented to Nefertiti, Tiy, or Nefertari … important gods/goddesses and images when designing the piece of jewelry. Do a color drawing or diagram of the piece or … . Create a list of these women and their contributions, then make a graphic organizer that illustrates the similarities and differences between …
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  • Teacher Q | How Can You Improve Your Class's Day With a Sub? - … to the dot the lesson plan, he always managed to make us think. - Kyra After about fifteen minutes of forced discussion … D., however, liked to talk about her jewelry. She liked to talk about her jewelry for the entire class period. - Hallie We …
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  • Exhibiting Responsible Citizenship - … , jewelry, how clothing fits, shoe style, color of clothing, etc. Ask students to turn their backs to each other and make three … : color, type, condition ____ Shoes: color, type, soles, condition ____ Jewelry ____ 316 CITIZENSHIP EXHIBITING RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP LEARNING FOR LIFE ACTIVITY …
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  • Settlement in the New World - … flour. Leftover straws from the rye plants are used to make beds or roofs. Grains are stored within the house. ii … would wear deerskin leggings, jewelry, body paint, pouches, and headdress. iii. Both Wampanoag men and women wore jewelry. It is made from …
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  • Ancient Egyptian Profile - … their personal appearance and cleanliness. Both men and women wore make-up: eye shadow, painted lips, and fingernails. Perhaps the cosmetics … 's shoulders. 6. Both men and women adorned themselves with jewelry: earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and rings. These were made from a … ornamentation to your picture with decorative craft items (use recycled jewelry if possible). Attach with Crayola School Glue. Lay flat to …
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  • Objects of Adornment - … painting? Chart responses. Prompt students with questions about clothing, shawls, jewelry, etc., if necessary. If you could meet one of the … .e. "Do women you know wear scarves, necklaces, fancy dresses, jewelry, rings, bracelets, etc.?") Have students share their responses with the … . Pass out art supplies and explain that students will be making their own portrait of the woman in the photograph they …
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  • Shop projects Summer Smile Program - … enforced. Please avoid loose clothing, be careful of rings, or jewelry. (See detail list at end of report.) New projects 1997 … unfamiliar set-ups before turning the machine on. 10. Make sure loose clothing, jewelry, hair, etc is fastened securely or removed before … sure as to how to perform it properly and safely. Make use of a dry run or practice run. 20. If …
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