Native American Dream Catchers

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Samantha Meyer
December 3, 2014
ARED 371.002
Miller
Towson University
Lesson Plan Format

Title of Lesson: Native American Dream Catchers Grade Level or Course: 3rd and 4th Grade
I. Goal(s): purpose of the lesson drawn from the unit goals

Students will be able to understand and apply media, techniques, and processes. They will also be able to understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures. (National Standards for Art Education-Content Standard 1 and 4)

II. Objective(s): activity of students stated in behavioral terms

Students will be making their own Native American dream catcher using the elements of art and briefly learn about the history of dream catchers.

III. Concept(s): definitions of art terms and general art ideas presented as content of the lesson

Native American: a member of any of the indigenous peoples of the Americas Dream Catcher: a small hoop containing a horsehair mesh, or a similar construction of string or yarn, decorated with feathers and beads, believed to give its owner good dreams. The American Indians originally made dream catchers.

Texture: sense of touch, “beads” vs. the feel of smooth paper
Color: hue, intensity, value, represents certain things
Balance: visual weight of elements, (a)-symmetrical
Unity: all parts work together to create the whole

IV. Visuals

Tri-fold board
Photographs
Real-life example
Prototype

V. Supplies and equipment

Paper plates
Yarn
Hole puncher
Beads
Feathers
Markers
Scissors

VI. Teaching procedure
Time allotment
2 to 4 minA. Introduction
1. Review or transition from the previous period
2. Motivation
3. Presentation of concepts/introductory activities
5 minB. Instruction/demonstration
20 minC. Work...