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COMPARE: Writing emotionally charged dialogue with ELLs inspired by characters in various panels #MigrationExperience #PrismK12 #ShakeUpK12

COMPARE: Writing emotionally charged dialogue with ELLs inspired by characters in various panels #MigrationExperience #PrismK12 #ShakeUpK12

Students learned how to create a freeze frame/depiction before performing their own 5-second depictions (short scenes) for each other.   This particular depiction is about one of the students getting fired from her job because she didn't know what the customer wanted.   The class started a dialogue on racism, discrimination, relating it to their own personal stories while connecting to the Migration Series.

Students learned how to create a freeze frame/depiction before performing their own 5-second depictions (short scenes) for each other. This particular depiction is about one of the students getting fired from her job because she didn't know what the customer wanted. The class started a dialogue on racism, discrimination, relating it to their own personal stories while connecting to the Migration Series.

@marjorielamarre's third grader students SYNTHESIZED the information they learned from their family interviews to write and perform a rap about their own migration and immigration stories. #PrismK12 #MigrationExperience #TeachwithPrismK12 #artsintegration @prismk12 @phillipsdc #JacobLawrence #MigrationSeries

@marjorielamarre's third grader students SYNTHESIZED the information they learned from their family interviews to write and perform a rap about their own migration and immigration stories. #PrismK12 #MigrationExperience #TeachwithPrismK12 #artsintegration @prismk12 @phillipsdc #JacobLawrence #MigrationSeries

CurkovicArtUnits /Look at an artwork for at least 30 seconds. Write 10 words that relate to ideas you see. Repeat (10 x 2)  Use with Jacob Lawerence's Migration Panel #13 and Author G. Dove's Morning Sun. Guide students to compare the two paintings and select which area depicted would be easier to live on and why. (Suggested for lower elementary school grades)

CurkovicArtUnits /Look at an artwork for at least 30 seconds. Write 10 words that relate to ideas you see. Repeat (10 x 2) Use with Jacob Lawerence's Migration Panel #13 and Author G. Dove's Morning Sun. Guide students to compare the two paintings and select which area depicted would be easier to live on and why. (Suggested for lower elementary school grades)

SO LUCKY to have a parent visitor for our Jacob Lawrence day who could share her experiences with students (and her art collection!) After learning about Jacob and his work students created their own Migration Series inspired pieces

SO LUCKY to have a parent visitor for our Jacob Lawrence day who could share her experiences with students (and her art collection!) After learning about Jacob and his work students created their own Migration Series inspired pieces

Student at work identifying the use of color, line and movement to create meaning in the Migration Series.

Student at work identifying the use of color, line and movement to create meaning in the Migration Series.

Using Jacob Lawrence's 19th panel I will have students identify the details present within it. I will then have students use body percussions to bring life to the panel and to enact the details present within the panel.

Using Jacob Lawrence's 19th panel I will have students identify the details present within it. I will then have students use body percussions to bring life to the panel and to enact the details present within the panel.

One gallery of RHS students' work celebrating Black History Month through a study of Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series.

One gallery of RHS students' work celebrating Black History Month through a study of Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series.

Students will #empathize with panel number 1 of the Migration Series and write a letter about their experiences to a loved one. #PRISM

Students will #empathize with panel number 1 of the Migration Series and write a letter about their experiences to a loved one. #PRISM

This is work my 1st & 2nd graders did following the viewing of Jacob Lawrence art, "Migration." leading up to this, we also read stories about immigration, migration, and moving. Students thought about "Why people/families move. In this project, they created "Panels" to explain their experiences.Following the Jacob Lawrence Process, 1) students thought about a move they made. either short or long distance. 2) wrote captions. 3) chose 3-4 colors and then drew their Panels.

This is work my 1st & 2nd graders did following the viewing of Jacob Lawrence art, "Migration." leading up to this, we also read stories about immigration, migration, and moving. Students thought about "Why people/families move. In this project, they created "Panels" to explain their experiences.Following the Jacob Lawrence Process, 1) students thought about a move they made. either short or long distance. 2) wrote captions. 3) chose 3-4 colors and then drew their Panels.

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