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"My NC from A to Z": S is for Songs
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This lesson accompanies the North Carolina children's book, "My NC from A to Z" which celebrates pride of place, and creates connections to North Carolina's rich African American heritage. In this lesson, students will identify different genres of music by NC African American artists and diverse musical regions of North Carolina. Students will create a "train route map" to understand the Great Migration and how Raleigh was a key point of train departure. Students will retell biographies of select musicians and artists using the Great Migration as a backdrop for cross-cultural influences.

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Arts Education
Music
English Language Arts
Social Studies
American History
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A+ Fellows of NC
NC African American Heritage Commission
NC Arts Council A+ Schools Program
Date Added:
11/12/2021
"My NC from A to Z": T is for Thomas Day
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This lesson accompanies the North Carolina children's book, "My NC from A to Z" which celebrates pride of place, and creates connections to North Carolina's rich African American heritage. In this lesson, students solve a problem by creating a chair according to specific measurable attributes with at least three to five elements that are similar to the designs of Thomas Day.

Subject:
Arts Education
Visual Arts
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Reading
Author:
A+ Fellows of NC
NC African American Heritage Commission
NC Arts Council A+ Schools Program
Date Added:
11/12/2021
"My NC from A to Z": V is for Visionary Artists
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This lesson accompanies the North Carolina children's book, "My NC from A to Z" which celebrates pride of place, and creates connections to North Carolina's rich African American heritage. In this lesson, students will compare and contrast two to five North Carolina African American visual artists by making art and Venn diagrams.

Subject:
Arts Education
Visual Arts
English Language Arts
Mathematics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Reading
Author:
A+ Fellows of NC
NC African American Heritage Commission
NC Arts Council A+ Schools Program
Date Added:
11/12/2021