Art's Edge "A Listening Doll" & National Parks Service "Teaching with Museums" served as wonderful resources for this lesson.
"The Pueblos combined their sculpture skills with their love of storytelling and began a tradition of creating "storyteller dolls." Students will discuss the process of storytelling and listening to stories, then create a listening doll in the tradition of the Native American storyteller dolls" ~Arts Edge, "A Listening Doll"
1.0 Identify and describe the principles of design in visual composgitions, emphasizing unity and harmony.
2.7 Communicate values, opinions, or insights through an original work of art.
VA CA Historical and Cultural Context
3.1 Describe how local and national art galleries and museum contribute to the conservation of art.
3.2 identify and describe various traditional and folk arts from historical periods worldwide.
3.3 Identify and compare works of art from various regions of the United States.
4.2 Compare the different purposes of specific cultures for creating art.
4.3 Develop and use specifice criteria as individuals and in groups to assess works of art.
4.4 Assess their own works of art, suing specidic criteria and describe what changes they world make for improvement.
Vocabulary For Students
Among the Bandelier images on the web, there is a
series of photos showing the steps in making a traditional
Pueblo pot; the work was done by Legoria Tafoya,
Pablita Velarde’s sister.
As a class,small group, or partners, create a living
museum tablou showing the sequence of each step in
creating pottery to help students in remembering the
Thank you AT&T
We used the wiring for our artful galimotos