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On Tue, 18 Nov 1997, Bryce M Downing wrote:
> 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
> 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.
> Bryce Downing, Lindsay Crelman, Belia Camacho and Anel Castro