Lessons for Celebrations and Festivals

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  • Louisiana Voices Unit VII Lesson 6 Louisiana Crafts and Domestic Arts - … and share results with classmates. 5. Pretend you are a Louisiana craftsperson who wants to start marketing your handmade work at festivals … handling books, film, photographs, and more. Unit VII Lesson 6 Resources Arnow, Jan. By Southern Hands: A Celebration of Craft Traditions in the South. Oxmoor, 1987. $34.95. Features Coushatta pinestraw baskets, Houma palmetto baskets, cornshuck bags, Coushatta and
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  • It's Art ... Naturally - … , students may present their pieces at an in-class exhibit celebrating the natural world. They may wish to invite guests to … people of a nation or region and usually reflecting their traditional culture, especially everyday or festive items produced or decorated by unschooled … .natureartists.com/) features thousands of nature and wildlife paintings and nature and wildlife sculptures by leading nature artists and wildlife artists. Academic Content Standards …
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  • 20 Ways to Teach About the Disaster in Japan Across the Curriculum - … video clips documenting the moments that the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan and before-and-after photographs to help students begin to grasp … the Arts Students read about the Carnegie Hall Japanese cultural festival and discuss why an event like this might take on new … class, plan your own arts fund-raiser that both celebrates Japanese culture and raises money for the relief efforts. To decide how …
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  • Summer 2011: Tracking Topics in the News - … and why. Summer Fun 10 Ways to Celebrate Summer With The Times: Last year's list has evergreen ideas for reading, writing andand August, making a list of those they want to see. They also look at the summer festivals for pop and jazz, theater and … , fans, owners, the players' union and the league - and perhaps other parties like advertisers, stadium owners and employees, and nearby businesses related to team …
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  • Academic and Altruistic Lessons for all Subject/Grade Levels - … in class, in the community, or in the worldactions of celebrities in pop culture or in history cultural events trips they … , and discuss their impact (appropriate for history, geography, and other classes). Grades 7-12: Show concerts/festival videos, artwork, plays, historical events, etc. and have students discuss the feeling words/expressions associated with them and the impact …
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  • PK-12: Lessons to Learn: Academic and Altruistic, all subjec - … without the brainstorming part, and by reacting to events around them in class, community, and celebrities/popculture, history, English, cultures and events, trips they … daily classroom events and the scope of feeling words/expressions they would use to describe them Show videos, concerts/festival videos, artwork, plays, historical events etc. and have students discuss the feeling words/expressions …
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  • Bullfighting in Colombia - … By CA*sar RincA3n, one of Colombiaa s most celebrated living matadors, guides a wounded bull. (Photograph by Margery … Bullfighting, also known as la fiesta brava (the brave festival), has a history that goes back hundreds of years. … ,charts, graphs, databases, and models to pose and answer questions about space and place, environment and society, and spatial dynamics and connections. Goal 11: …
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  • School Violence: Answers from the Inside - … who speak out on the impact of social "hierarchies" and cliques, and introduces several teens who have successfully risen above stereotypes without … Emmy for Children's Programming 1996 Finalist, The New York Festivals 1994 National Emmy for Community Service Programming School Violence: Answers … students to one another, and celebrate the school's diversity. Alternatively, you might divide the class into groups and ask each group to …
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  • Welcome to America! - … of feelings and emotions, and discuss and support opinions. Indicator 3 Exchange, support and discuss opinions and individual perspectives with peers and/or … by season (summer, winter, spring, fall), cultural or religious celebrations, or regions of the country (e.g., Ohio or … Sports sites/activities o Food o Shopping Art/Music Festivals/Fairs Hobbies Travel/ Tourist Spots Historical Sites Where can …
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  • Around the World on the World Wide Web - … culture based on the definition and add them to the brainstorming list. Possible answers could include: holidays, festivals, food, games, arts, crafts … had on the country's culture Myths and Fables Myths and Fables Graphing and Comparing Population and Land Area KWL worksheet Web organizer for … compare and contrast similarities and differences between their country and the United States. In the introduction I will stress the idea of celebrating our …
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