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Understanding Color Theory

Welcome to the Wild West

St. Lawrence University, The Institute for Learning Centered Education and the Frederic Remington have collaborated to make a book full of lesson plans. This is a great and useful tool for teachers everywhere! Follow the link above.  This lesson is my adaptation of their lesson to fit my class. I give full credit to them for this lesson, and appreciate that it is free and for the use of my wonder time artists. 



We will compare Remington’s Untitled: Around the Campfire with Charge of the Rough Riders. Students will then be asked to choose a subject matter relating to California, comprised of a verb and a noun and illustrate their choice. The final step will be to give the work a color scheme that depicts a feeling, a mood. 


To feel the mood students can first read and or listen to wild west cowboy stories and songs from, "Wild West."  



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