Found 52 Learning Lab Collections containing: #SAAMteach
Mrs. Warne teaches Executive Order 9066 #SAAMteach
The glory of being bursting onto the streets of New York in a gush of water. And the children don't miss it. #SAAMteach
SAAMteach - High School Level English classes
Lesson concept is included in resources
This lesson, revolving around SOB SOB by James Marshall, will analyze several different perspectives on the minority experience in the US by looking at artwork created by Muslim, Black, Indigenous, and Latino American artists.
This collection was created for the purpose of presenting professional development to my colleagues at Longleaf School of the Arts. #SAAMteach
Tool for exploring themes surrounding community identity, race, gender, segregation, and gentrification. Suggestion to specifically pair with Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun.
#SAAMteach. This is a collection that is a work in progress exploring Native American identity and migration during the Jackson Administration.
This collection represents a series of lessons associated with a set of three Hopper Paintings
Lesson plan for 5th grade (90 minutes) for use with Mike Wilkins Preamble, Schoolhouse Rock video, etc. #SAAMteach
By the end of the lesson, students (ages 14-18), will be able to determine a central idea about identity by analyzing multiple texts. Students will apply their understanding of artwork (George Catlin's "Wi-jún-jon, Pigeon's Egg Head (The Light) Going To and Returning From Washington") to one or more poems that share conflicting themes of identity. Students are assessed on their ability to create claims, support claims with evidence, synthesize information from multiple sources, and develop a central idea about identity.
Reading American Culture Through the Lens of Various Texts
Read, write, and think like a college-bound high school student!
This collection is designed for a high school U.S. history course and includes a unit/lesson plan that guides students through the process of writing a persuasive essay drawing on varied sources for evidence. The unit is book-ended by two lessons which analyze three separate works of art. #SAAMteach
Artworks to be used to with Black Boy, by Richard Wright, his autobiography which chronicles his search for identity while growing up in the Jim Crow South.
This collection examines artwork paired with both primary and secondary sources that illustrates the complications of mobilizing the American homefront between 1942-1945.
Trail of Tears
Georgia Performance Standard: SS8H5