Norman Rockwell and Black History

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Tweet A picture is worth 1,000 words and as far as I’m concerned, I could talk about the works of Norman Rockwell all day!  I love his work: his ability to capture reality, innocence, truth, humor and the overall American spirit.  This year, I’ve been reaching into my collection of Norman Rockwell prints (most in […]

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Norman Rockwell, Reading and Studio Day

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Tweet A couple of weeks ago, my students took their first unit reading test online.  I do like how the online testing tells results very quickly. So, I took advantage of this and discovered a long list of reading skills my students are lacking as a whole. They are: Main idea and detail, sequence, generalization, drawing […]

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Arts Integration Chat

Tweet Last night I had the honor of guest moderating #ntchat (New Teacher Chat) with Lisa Dabbs (@teachingwthsoul). It was so much fun! What a great way to end my summer and it also have me a chance to refocus myself on the importance of arts integration! (Which is the blog series topic for next […]

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Norman Rockwell – End Notes

Tweet This is part of the Norman Rockwell integration blog series. To gain access to all the blogs in this series, click the tag “Norman Rockwell”. Doing this blog series, showed me the possibilities of Norman Rockwell’s paintings. The expanse of Rockwell’s works seem limitless – what an amazing collection of masterpieces. They always entertain […]

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 7 Cause and Effect

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 6 – Character Studies

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Our Own Interpretations

Tweet It is fortunate that the blog series this month has been centered around the visual art of Norman Rockwell since it has coincided with our teacher field trip to a most wonderful museum inBoston– theIsabellaStewartGardnerMuseum.Though none of his works are in this museum, the ideas of viewing, appreciating and enjoying art seems to be […]

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Protected: Norman Rockwell – Activity 5 – Making Predictions

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Norman Rockwell – Activity 4 Drawing Conclusions

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Tweet This is part of the Norman Rockwell integration blog series. To gain access to all the blogs in this series, click the tag “Norman Rockwell”. You are encouraged to try out these activities and to comment on the blogs, activities and ideas. You might even find that you can share other ways to integrate […]

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