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On Diego River: I'll try to send lesson's tomorrow unless too late.
It may take a couple of days.
first-look in the library for these children's books (class of K and
1. "A Weekend With Diego Rivera" by Barbara Braun it is a Picture
2."Pedro,his perro and the Alphabet Sombrero" by Lynne Rowe Reed
3."Three Friends,Tres Amigos", By Maria Cristina Brusca
4."The Woman Who OUtshone The Sun", By Alejandro Cruz Martinez
1. Diego********************Mural project
3. and 4 can be felt stories you make and read to class or class can
make a felt story too. Or just read . I start out with Kindergarten by
reading something to them and then explain and demonstrate project.
Let me know, sandra
Gretchen Breitfield wrote:
> Sorry about the mixup! Thanks for the help, I'll make this as
> snappy as possible. I am somewhat familiar with some Latin American
> artists like Diego Rivera, Frieda Kahlo, etc. I don't know many
> other specifically "spanish"artists. The project I am doing does not
> have to be done tomorrow. :) Luckily I have a couple weeks to finish
> it. I am familiar with the DBAE format which is used in the Yellow
> Curriculum Guide that the Getty puts out. Familiar? If you only have
> time to send me the processes for a couple of projects that would be
> most helpful. I can always translate them into
> lesson plans later. I am most interested in molas, woven dolls and the
> Diego project you mentioned. Thank you so much!
> Gretchen Breitfield
> > Sure but it's SAndra my husband is totally unfamiliar with this topic.
> > I'm trying to find the time to do the Mexican stuff especially since
> > I've had so many requests. Hope this doesn't have to be done tomorrow.
> > A few questions :
> > Do you have the sheet how to write a DBAE lesson plan?
> > I can send the production for a couple.
> > are you familiar with any Spanish Artists at all?
> > There is a Diego Rivera lesson you could do with a class or school.
> > Write back.
> > Sandra
> > The wrap dolls are my own design. Which I started making after
> > collecting Dolls from Mexico. I make them as gifts but also
> > have done it with 5 year olds.
> > Also I don't remember saying "bark painting"please refresh my memory
> > Gretchen Breitfield wrote:
> > >
> > > Mr. Barrick:
> > > I am writing in reference to the info on Latin America that
> > > you posted on Artsednet. As a student in Art Education, I
> > > putting together curriculum that I will use next year during student
> > > teaching. I am looking for further information or lesson plans for
> > > the processes of Mola making, bark painting and the woven dolls you
> > > mentioned. If time allows would you email me some of what you know
> > > about these processes? Any help is greatly appreciated!
> > >
> > > Sincerely,
> > > Gretchen Breitfield
> > > Indiana State University