Lessons for Pottery

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  • Mud-Creative Arts - … own pottery and someone else's pottery. Procedures: 1. Show the children authentic pieces of Native American pottery or other types of pottery. 2. Distribute clay to children. 3. Ask children to make a piece of pottery. 4 … . * Make radial patterns. * Explore different functions of pottery. * Investigate the different ways in which pottery is manufactured/hand-made. * Extend idiom study …
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  • Measuring Pots - … first shaped and then fired at high temperatures. Pottery is a ceramic material. Pottery: a ceramic item or material made of fired … became settled and less nomadic, pottery vessels became practical, everyday tools used for cooking and storage. Pottery's relative abundance at archaeological … Summarize the reasons why archaeologists compute the circumference of ancient pottery vessels. Evaluation Students calculate the circumference for each of the …
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  • Pottery 2: Pots and People - … shaped their own lives. In Pottery 1: Pottery Quest, students learn that the production of ceramic pottery requires detailed knowledge of the physical … under specific firing conditions. In Pottery 2: Pots and People, students explore the history of pottery from the perspective of the unknown … the ideas in this lesson, see the Science NetLinks lesson,Pottery 1: Pottery Quest. What's a Whatzit: Interesting Artifacts from Canada …
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  • Arkansas State Edition: Adventures in Time and Place Grade 4, Chapter 4: Create a Piece of Pottery - … Web site sponsored by Antigua Designs, offers sketches of Caddoan pottery vessels. Invite students to view the sketches and observe the … about Caddo society to view drawings of Caddo pottery to make a piece of pottery Before Online Activity Ask students what objects … site that shows drawings of Caddo pottery. Then they will create their own piece of pottery in a similar style. Online Activity … students' attention to the shapes and designs on the pottery. J.H. Pottery URL: http://www.jhpottery.com/tutorial/tutorial.html At …
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  • Heartfelt/Handmade Activity: Hand-Molded Pottery - … Art Heartfelt/Handmade Activity: Hand-Molded Pottery Purpose: to help the students understand how pottery was hand-molded and decorated before the … with students that pottery has always been made by hand. Larger commercial potteries used steam-powered molds, while smaller potteries still worked clay by hand, including Anna Pottery. Working by hand …
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  • Pieces of the Past - … food, based on pottery found at archeological sites. Not all Native American cultures in Texas developed pottery, so if pottery is found, it … archeologists can learn much from reconstructing broken pottery. Archeologists can use the style of pottery to determine which cultural group may have … sort and classify the sherds of pottery. Students record the total number of sherds on the Pottery Sherd Data Sheet. Students trace …
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  • Observing connections: North Carolina pottery and face jugs (Lesson 3) - … concerns the works of the enigmatic 19th century pottery "Dave" North Carolina Pottery Center Kings Pottery Terry King is a potter in Seagrove … of pottery making and the tradition of face jugs. How has pottery changed? How is it different in various cultures? Read The Pottery … Enslaved African-American Potter, Dave edited by Jill Beute Koverman Pottery, Poetry, and Politics, Surrounding the Enslaved African-American Potter, Dave …
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  • Make your own cereal bowl - … company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Catawba Indian Pottery A website about Catawba Indian pottery with links to Catawba Indian history and news … National Parks Services provides information on very early Indian American pottery findings. Related pages Guilford Native American Art Gallery: This art … temperature. Extensions Have students compare and contrast early Indian American pottery found in North Carolina with modern day North Carolina Indian …
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  • Korean Koryo Dynasty Ceramics - … Culture through Koryo Dynasty period style pottery and discussion of Korean culture 1. Significance of pottery to Ancient Koreans during the Koryo … exploration of Koryo Dynasty Style pottery. Materials: 1. Web site with some art historical on Korean pottery. “About Korean Celadon” http://www … -representing what students already know about Korea and Koryo Dynasty pottery W- representing what they would like to learn L- representing …
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  • Timucuan Pottery - … Timucuan daily life through group dramatization Vocabulary: Timucua, Native American, pottery, pattern, archeologist, utilitarian, ritual (See the Vocabulary list on page … pottery of the Timucua. First, show students drawings of Timucuan pottery shards (see page 10 of this lesson). The Timucua made their pottery … . Explain to the students that archeologists discovered pieces of this pottery many years after the Timucua had disappeared from Florida. These …
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