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LESSON PLAN TITLE
World War II
RELATED NCSS STANDARD
- Describe ways in which artistic creations serve as expressions of culture and influence behavior of people living in a particular culture.
How do people express themselves through art today?
- Paper Mache mask
- Face template
- Tempera paints
- Cardboard Boxes
- Basic Skills Development
- Procedural knowledge
- Information knowledge
- Students will design a mask and body armor to use as a means of protection.
- Students will make an outline of how they will construct their mask and body armor.
- Describe different ways individuals can protect others from harm.
- Students will think of different ways an individual can help someone.
- Content Presentation
- Active Learning
- Students will look at different pictures of mask’s and body armor worn in WWII.
- Students will look at WWII veterans personal memoirs to get a better outlook on how it was to fight in the line of battle.
- Students will use prior knowledge to be able to pull information from prior experiences to help formulate their masks and body armor.
- Students will get ideas from reviewing WWII’s veteran’s memoirs on how to make their masks and body armor.
- Students will work in groups of four to formulate an essay on the process of making their masks and body armor. In their essay, students will include a description as to why they made their art work in the manner that they did.
- Now you have mastered your artistic skills inside you about World War II, you have obtained valuable knowledge of the importance the why soldiers had to protect themselves from harm. What are some ways you can protect yourself from harm?
PRACTICE: (IN-CLASS OR H.W.)
Homework: Students will complete a crossword puzzle on World War II.
I would assess students’ creativity skills, productivity, imaginative, effort, and ability to create a mask and body armor.
EDUC 314 - Lesson 5 handout.rtf