Interdisciplinary Lesson Ideas
- Students learn that the political and social history of Mexico was
much affected by a revolution early in the twentieth century. (A lesson
with this objective would integrate well with issues raised in Lesson Two
**Printmaking**and**Mural**Options.) - Students learn that in the 1960s and 1970s Mexican Americans began
the Chicano Movement as a political force. (A lesson with this objective
would integrate well with Lesson Two
**Printmaking**and**Mural**Options.)
- Students learn how to use inquiry questions to guide their own learning
on the internet. (A lesson with this objective would integrate well with
**lesson one**, as well as with**lesson eight**.)
- Students learn how to calculate ratios and proportions. (A lesson
with this objective would integrate well with grid making in
**lesson two**or in the mural making option of**lesson five**.)
- Students learn how to write descriptions and interpretations. (This
objective would integrate well with the optional symbol interpretation lesson
in
**lesson three**, as well as with**lesson six**.) - Students learn how to organize internal (in artworks) and external
(outside artworks) evidence to support their interpretive conclusions. (A
lesson with this objective would integrate well with
**lesson one**, as well as with**lesson six**.) - Students learn how to argue for a philosophical position. (A lesson
with this objective would integrate well with
**lesson seven**.) - Students learn how to organize their ideas orally and in writing.
(A lesson with this focus would integrate well with the optional writing
activities in lessons
**seven**and**eight**.)
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