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A&E.A: Questioning Strategy

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Bryce M Downing (bmd)
Tue, 18 Nov 1997 18:25:21 -0700 (MST)

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For our class, we are asked to develop a questioning strategy based
on a work of art from our lesson sequence. The artwork we have chosen is
a Yaqui mask which is used in several dance ceremonies. The questions
are:
1. What do you see?
2. Which colors do you see?
3. What kinds of patterns do you see?
4. What kind of shapes do you see?
5. What do you think the mask is used for?
6. What do you think the mask is made of?
7. What captures your interest when looking at this mask? Is there a
personal focal point?
8. Do you like the mask? Why or why not?
9. How does the mask make you feel?
10. Can you make a personal connection to this artwork with something or
an experience in your life?
11. Does this mask look like something you've seen before?

If you have any suggestions on how these questions may be improved,
or an idea about other questions we could ask, please let us know. Your
contributions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Bryce Downing, Lindsay Crelman, Belia Camacho and Anel Castro


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