Lessons for Pottery

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  • Red/Black-Figured Design - … Grade: Grade 6 Subject: Interdisciplinary Topic: Greek Pottery, Myth & Stories Art History: Ancient Greek pottery & presentation styles Content: Vocabulary: red-figured design … space, composition, sequence Goals: Students will learn about Ancient Greek pottery and Greek myths potrayed on it. Students will create a … work areas. RESOURCES:Selections of posters/visuals of Ancient Greek Pottery, examples of Greek myths Introduction: Recall the previous lesson when …
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  • Hey, Hey, We're Pamunkey . . . And Other American Indians - … 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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  • 1.7 Classification and attributes - … contain hundreds of pottery sherds that vary in appearance. An archaeologist cannot compare every pottery sherd to every other pottery sherd. Instead, he or she classifies the pottery into categories and compares the … made. Two of the attributes archaeologists typically use to categorize pottery sherds are how thick they are and the kind of …
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  • Coil-Built Pueblo Bowls - … This lesson gives students the opportunity to explore Native American pottery traditions and discover the purpose behind the animal imagery and geometric patterns used to decorate various pottery forms. Using low-tech molds, students will form a small … overnight. Process 1. Show images or samples of hand-built pottery bowls and demonstrate the technique described below to the class …
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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 … their picture writing, found on pottery in the region where they lived. The Indians decorated their pottery with pictographs that actually depicted … Indians were known for the picture writing found on their pottery. We can learn more about the culture of Native Americans …
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  • Classification and attributes - … contain hundreds of pottery sherds that vary in appearance. An archaeologist cannot compare every pottery sherd to every other pottery sherd. Instead, he or she classifies the pottery into categories and compares the … made. Two of the attributes archaeologists typically use to categorize pottery sherds are how thick they are and the kind of …
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  • Resources for Teachers - … and discuss the cultural characteristics of the tin glazed earthenware pottery of Colonial Mexico. + define and apply the concept of radial … : + After discussing and viewing the motifs found in the Talavera pottery, students shall compose a design for their plate. + Stress symmetry … tempera paints. o They should use colors characteristic of Talavera pottery Evaluation Procedure: Papier mache should be smooth and cover late …
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  • Site robbers - … behind. Pottery traditions: Students will learn how Indian people of North Carolina made and used coiled pottery, summarize why archaeologists study pottery, and … dig their way into grave sites in search of jewelry, pottery, and other objects. The skeletons are removed haphazardly from their …
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  • Japan: Traditions and Culture - … a reenactment of a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony. Materials large pottery bowl sweets ladle, bamboo stirrer, spoon red silk napkin white … napkin. Wipe the rim of the pottery bowl with a white linen cloth. Warm the pottery bowl with hot water. Pour out the hot water. Spoon the loose tea into the pottery bowl. Ladle hot water into the bowl and stir vigorously …
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  • Gridding A Site - … . Curriculum Alignment Lesson 2.1 GRIDDING A SITE Fabric-impressed pottery from Halifax County, North Carolina, 1000 BC-AD 500. Subjects … both spear points and arrowheads. Sherd: a broken piece of pottery; a shard. Site datum: a stable or permanent feature established … who have found an archaeological site. Artifacts including projectile points, pottery sherds, and stone flakes--are scattered on the surface of …
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