This discipline can give visual-spatial learners different ways to access learning.
- Read More than Words uses the photographs of the Farm Security Administration to explore how we “read” a picture and assign meaning to it. [This lesson is related to the “Rural Voices” lesson under Reading.]
- Show Me the Money. The Depression made the pursuit of money critical. This lesson explores how money is made and why we assign it value.
- It’s a Wrap! Flour sacks were used during the Depression to make clothes. This lesson explores how a two-dimensional piece of cloth can become a thre-dimensional sculpture or article of clothing.
- Contours, Curves & Lines have both historical meaning in the conservation practices that were introduced and in an aethetic sense in this lesson.
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