Engage students in the captivating world of photography composition with our lesson on the rule of thirds. By exploring visually appealing photographs and drawing on their own experiences, students will learn the significance of the rule of thirds in creating stunning compositions.
This lesson continues the processes started in the lesson “Mapping STEM in school”. It engages students in reflecting on their school community and exploring STEM-related areas through the creation of school maps.
This lesson engages students in reflecting on their school community and exploring STEM-related areas through the creation of school maps. It can be utilized as a stand-alone activity or as the introductory lesson to showcase STEM places within schools.
Using character traits, students will be able to explore their own personal identity. This lesson will help students make the connection of identifying their traits to later doing character analysis in a story.
This lesson helps young students gain an understanding of places to display art, the Art and History of creating the Statue of Liberty, immerse in Art Appreciation, and engage in Art Making activities throughout 3 modules.
Understanding Point of View in Racial Injustice is a lesson designed to look at how situations are discussed from different points of view. The lesson addresses sensitive subject matter and prompts students to identify character traits and summarize the targeted text.