These visual notes provide step by step instructions for students to make a pinch pot.
Here are three ways I use the assignment depending on academic level and time available.
1. The first two papers provide all of the information and could be used as a quick handout to review with students before beginning the project.
2. The second two papers do not have the drawings. To help students slow down and process the directions, I draw a quick version of the examples with the students as a class as we review the steps. Don't worry about drawing it well. Again, its about having students slowing down and processing the directions and creating a non-linguistic representation of what they are to do. To me, it seemed more fun for the students to draw the pictures instead of writing the words. If anyone is interested in a wordless version, let me know.
3. The information could be used as a supplementary handout to remind students of the process for building a pinch pot in case they forget the steps along the way.