Students identify meaning in visual form, understanding that there is visual as well as verbal language. They discover some of the conventional arrangements of visual form that have meaning within our culture and social structures.
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Walking Down Main Street: The Changing Times of a Railroad Town
Students explore the historic district via a scavenger hunt. In this community history instructional activity, students complete a scavenger hunt using historic postcards and clues as guides. Students create a timeline demonstrating...
8th - 10th Social Studies & History
Playing Historical Detective: Great Grandmother's Dress and Other Clues to the Life and Times of Annie Steel
Students draw conclusions about an mystery person based on documents and artifacts provided. In this drawing conclusions lesson, students become detectives by reading and analyzing evidence provided. This lesson includes information on...
Pre-K - 8th Social Studies & History