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Mixed Media Art Lesson: Pencil Drawing Over Watercolour Painting
Mixed Media Art Lesson: Pencil Drawing Over Watercolour PaintingStudents develop an understanding of how different mediums (ex. watercolour paint and pencil medium) can be used together to create a unique vision that is evident of personal expression.Students learn that creativity in visual arts can
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Industrial Revolution Exhibition Project!! GREAT ASSESSMENT!!!
Industrial Revolution Exhibition Project!! Students will create an exhibition for the Industrial Revolution (1st and second) that depicts 1) Changes in agriculture and industry 2) Urbanization and City Life 3) Changes in business organizations and the nature of work 4) Innovation in transportation
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Photoshop CS6 Tutorial - Industrial City Collage Poster
In this activity, which is appropriate for beginners and intermediate level users, your students will create an artistic, textured collage depicting a city of their choice. Landmarks and symbols of a city are combined with a couple of industrial textures to create a gritty, urban feel. Save over 4

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Career Cluster:  Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, & Communications
This lesson is geared toward second graders, and covers 17 different careers that fit under the Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, & Communications career cluster. It's easy and ready to go! This set includes a Cut, Categorize, & Paste activity, a Writing worksheet, and a Powerpoint of 17 care
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Global Aim # 57 - How did the Industrial Revolution begin in Britain?
These descriptions can be used as lesson plans Global Aim # 57 - How did the Industrial Revolution begin in Britain? Objectives – Students will be able to Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument. Define words they do not know using context clues. Identify how
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U.S. Aim # 75 What positives and negatives did industrial growth produce?
U.S. Aim # 75 What positives and negatives did industrial growth produce? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe the positive and negative ef
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Global Aim # 60 How did Industrialization lead to new Ideology?
These descriptions can be used as lesson plans Global Aim # 60 How did Industrialization lead to new Ideology? Objectives – Students will be able to Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument. Define words they do not know using context clues. Identify how indus
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U.S. Aim # 78 What other inventions changed American industries?
U.S. Aim # 78 What other inventions changed American industries? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe how other inventions changed American
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U.S. Aim # 91 What were some damaging effects of industrialization?
U.S. Aim # 91 What were some damaging effects of industrialization? Objectives – Students will be able to  Cite information from an informational text to support a conclusion or argument.  Define words they do not know using context clues.  Identify and describe some damaging effects of industria
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Industrial Revolution Exhibit Assessment
Industrial Revolution Exhibition Project!! Students will create an exhibition for the Industrial Revolution (1st and second) that depicts 1) Changes in agriculture and industry 2) Urbanization and City Life 3) Changes in business organizations and the nature of work 4) Innovation in transportation
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Summary & Test: Revolution, Industrialization WORLD HISTORY LESSONS 92-93 of 150
OBJECTIVE:: To review the period of revolution, industrialization, and reform during the 1700s and 1800s, and measure each student's knowledge on the topic. TIME: Review sheets (provided) are given ahead of time for studying outside of class. Test takes 1 class period. You can distribute the summa
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Test: Revolution, Industrialization, and Reform, WORLD HISTORY LESSON 146 of 150
OBJECTIVE: To test students on the material in lessons 76-91 of 150, which covered the Enlightenment, French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, French Revolution, Prince Metternich, Industrial Revolution, Science and the Arts, and events in Great Britain, France, Italy, and Germany. TIME: 1 class p
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Visual Arts: Innovation, Creativity and STEAM Through Chair Design
In today's art rooms, we want our students to think like artists and become intuitive, innovative and creative people, able to carry the skills of the arts to other areas. Creating well rounded students starts with building their skills of research, problem solving and critical thinking. This art
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Role of Arts in Society and the Importance of the documentary
This lesson explores the role of art in an open society. There are references to two videos that explore art creation and its ability to bring awareness to issues. The second video refers to a documentary about the fast fashion industry and its effect on other cultures.
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Art: Relationships - Classroom Culture
Create floral, values based artwork with this helpful art lesson guide created with students aged 6-7.Includes choice opportunities.Introduces students to warm and cool colours, and observational drawing. The Focus: This lesson will support any theme that focuses on our responsibilities when forming
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The Industrial Revolution - United & Divided, Primary Sources and Songs
The Industrial Revolution is the 4th of 13 United & Divided units from the Primary Sources and Songs series. Each unit contains: 1. An introduction to the historical event 2. Student lesson guide to map known and need-to-know information 3. An excerpted primary source comment on the event 4. A
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Analysing Art works
In this lesson students learn how to analyse any artwork by looking in detail at media, composition, context, view point, subject matter, to name a few. The artwork used in this lesson is Franz Marc’s “Regen”, however the skills can be applied to any piece. The aim is to support students to analyse
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Music Career Jump Project
This project is like speed dating for a career! Students will research about a career in the music industry and share their findings in a Career Jump Activity. Included are lesson suggestions and the worksheets to complete. The worksheets are two packed pages front and back that students will fill i
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Effects of the Neolithic Revolution Lesson Plan - Hunter and Gatherer or Farmer?
In this lesson, students learn about the effects of the Neolithic Revolution and then form teams to make a presentation over whether they would prefer to be a hunting and gathering or a farming society. Lesson begins with a brief 5 minute powerpoint that reviews life during the Paleolithic Age. To
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Dakota or Sioux Journal Activity (Fur Trade 1830)
This activity is designed to allow students to write a five paragraph essay about the Dakota or Sioux Nation in a creative way. Students will use the following website to gather information about the Dakota/Siouxhttp://nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/plains/sioux.htmlClick here to view the websiteThis we
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Examining Labor & Working Conditions in the Gilded Age: A Gallery Walk Exercise
Engage your students in developing historical empathy regarding the experience of a worker living through the Gilded Age and Progressive Era with the use of historical photographs. Using a gallery walk format, students will examine the impact of industrial growth and the experience of American worke
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Jacob Riis, Gilded Age Muckraker: Group Photo Project
This is a complete lesson about the one of the most important Muckrakers of the Gilded/Progressive era, Jacob Riis. In this lesson, students will participate in a PowerPoint lecture and discussion about Muckrakers and Jacob Riis, produce a photograph of a social issue they believe to be important, a
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Native American Petroglyphs, (Jeffers Petroglyphs, Minnesota)
This powerpoint examines Native American petroglyphs through photographs taken at Jeffers Petroglyphs State Park in Minnesota. Students love looking at the pictures and trying to find the many petroglyphs. All of the Minnesota lesson plans listed below are in my Minnesota History Webquests and Les
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South Korea PowerPoint
This 51-slide PowerPoint includes everything you and your students need to know about the geography, culture, government, and economics of South Korea. Now is the perfect time to teach your students about the host country of the 2018 Winter Games. Reasons you'll love it:-It's completely editable so
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