By MaureenExploring Aboriginal Art in Canada

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Exploring Aboriginal Art in Canada

2010-05-24 | Back to blog list

"This cross-curricular visual art and information literacy resource is designed to help students
develop skills to help find meaning in Aboriginal art and culture. The tasks using information
literacy skills require students to determine the extent of their information needs, to access a
variety of materials to satisfy these needs, then to synthesize and communicate information
within the context of the assignments."

Recommended grades : 9-12 (could be adapted for younger)

(A number of the weblinks in this resource have changed since the time of publication. While there are some useful ideas, the teacher or TL should double-check URLs before using them with the class.)

Additional Aboriginal Art resources:

Comments ( 2 )

Gloria Petyarre 2011-05-05 08:51:38

Study of aboriginal art in institutions show that you are developing the future aboriginal artist.
Because through the study you can develop the skills and new idea in the student’s mind.
And these ideas will help them in future.

GladysGaines21 2011-08-20 00:06:19

People deserve wealthy life time and loans or just short term loan will make it much better. Because people's freedom is grounded on money.

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