Lessons for Pottery

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  • Different Tribes, Different Times - … classroom. Artwork to be kept in the classroom includes the pottery made on Day 10, shakers and weaving done on Day … could refer to the class matrix for information. Center #2 Pottery Because the climate was dry, there was a lot of … familiar with it.) The Anasazi learned they could make beautiful pottery from this clay. Tell students that at this center they … affected the lives of the Anasazi. The Anasazi made beautiful pottery out of the clay that was in their environment. The …
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  • Native Pottery Replicas - … a wonderful way to learn more about a culture. 1. Pottery in any culture is an age-old practice that was … pleasure to look at as well. Choose a style of pottery from one Native nation to replicate. 2. Based on the … . At the end of a string of beads on Native pottery, there are often large decorative feathers. Roll out Model Magic … States and label where indigenous peoples lived. Display with the pottery, using ribbons to connect pots to their matching geographic areas …
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  • Ethics in Archeology - … , and prohibits unauthorized digging and collecting of archeological resources, including pottery, basketry, bottles, sites with coins or arrowheads, tools, structures, pithouses … , the leader answers by saying, "Taking little things like broken pottery doesn't count." What do you do? * * * * * * * Act as though … saw nothing; let them take the pottery pieces home. Pick up just one piece of pottery as a souvenir. Do nothing, knowing …
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  • The Mound Builders - … exist. Set:              Pieces of pottery will be placed on display along with placards of examples of pottery from the Indian groups. Arkansas … : Adventures in Time and Place, MacMillan//McGraw-Hill, 1997.  Pottery pieces Pottery placards Flour Salt Water Pizza boxes Watercolors or tempera paints … skilled crafts-people, creating artifacts such as knives, jewelry, and pottery.  Another artifact left by the Indians were large piles of …
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  • Introduction to Indians and the First Thanksgiving (Kindergarten) - … 3. Pottery * Show students photo samples of a wide variety of Indian pottery. Point out the Cahokia pottery, as that is the pottery we … make their pot. As they are working on their pottery talk about how pottery was made traditionally: The clay was dug from …
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  • Coiling the Day Away - … Robin W. Goble Rockingham County Public Schools Topic: Native Americans, pottery Overview Students will learn the technique of coiling in order … points = N ( needs to improve) Community Connections Visit a local Pottery Studio Invite a practicing potter to your class NTTI Spring … a part of ____. 8. Dolly Naranjo learned to make pottery by ____ and____. 9. Watch Dolly Naranjo complete the coil …
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  • POTTERY, PORCELAIN, AND POSTERITY THE ART OF CHINESE CERAMICS - … water. • Color was an important factor in the production of pottery and porcelain. Key Ideas • The history of Chinese ceramics began … extremely thin. Understanding the techniques and materials used to make pottery helps us date and evaluate the art. Materials Brush Washer … in order to support their inferences when they view the pottery. Enrichment A. Students can create their own piece of art …
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  • Creating with Clay - … . Plimpton, decorator; Lucien F. Plympton, designer; Frederick Dallas Hamilton Road Pottery; Alhambra Vase; 1881; Gift of the Women’s Art Museum … Vase. • Students will learn the difference between throwing on the pottery wheel and hand building. • Students will the learn hand-building … . Plympton and decorated by Cordelia A. Plimpton. This piece of pottery is a wonderful example of ceramic techniques of throwing on …
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  • Hey, Hey, We're the Pamunkey...and Other - … they had grown, such as pottery and baskets.) Ask, What natural resources are used to make pottery containers and baskets? (Answer: clay … Indians were known for the picture writing found on their pottery. We can learn more about the culture of Native Americans … their picture writing, found on pottery in the region where they lived. The Indians decorated their pottery with pictographs that actually depicted …
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  • You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover - … example of how Liberty Hall archeologists rewrote history involves the pottery we saw at the Lee Chapel museum. The students and … archeologists hypothesized that the pottery found at Liberty Hall would be simple. Again, they were wrong! The pottery found at Liberty Hall was very delicate and beautiful. The archeologists think the pottery came from England. Why do you think the Scotch-Irish …
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