"Small Boy and Girl With Jumper," by Akio Takamori
Students examine and analyze the sculpture, "Small Boy and Girl With Jumper," by Akio Takamori. They answer discussion questions, discuss how immigrants make a contribution to their new country, and design and create clay symbols.
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