This spring, we're spotlighting the U.S. Constitution! Integrate this new collection of resources into your next lesson plan to reinforce and expand on key concepts like Federalism, separation of power, and equality.
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This course features Anne Kraybill, School Programs Manager at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. Throughout the course, Ms. Kraybill demonstrates how to integrate art into language arts, visual arts, and social studies classrooms. Educators from the aforementioned disciplines join Ms. Kraybill as she leads discussions of four different paintings, War News from Mexico by Richard Caton Woodville, Union Refugees by George Pettit, After the Flood by Joseph Paul Vorst, and Sacrifice by Romare Bearden.
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Teach the Constitution with NEW resources from Constitution USA - and content from the National Archives and Annenberg Learner! See them here.
TUNE IN: Join Peter Sagal for an in-depth look at the U.S. Constitution - Tuesdays @ 9/8c.
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