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Lesson Plans

Re: oldenburg

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Donalyn Heise (
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 13:52:05 -0500

For a chronological overview of the Torn Notebook project, provided by the
SHeldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden:

Torn Notebook curriculum connections:

Nebraska Statewide Interactive "Curriculum Connections" provide educational
resources drawn from "Perspective" segments that have aired on Nebraska
Public Television's weekly news journal, STATEWIDE. This site's goal is to
assist teachers in planning lessons that examine Nebraska news and
newsmakers; tie larger themes and issues into specific goals and objectives;
and connect learning across the disciplines of social studies and the arts.
Each suggested lesson plan is connected to "Themes" from the Nebraska
Department of Education's Frameworks for Social Studies and "Key Questions"
from the Frameworks for Visual & Performing Arts in order to help teachers
in planning lessons. These larger issues are explored by connecting learning
in social studies and the arts using Nebraska stories.

Donalyn Heise
Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Specialist
ph:  (402) 895-7118
fax: (503) 210-6411

---------- >From: John Kupcinski <jckup> >To: >Subject: Re: oldenburg >Date: Sat, Oct 16, 1999, 11:13 PM >

> One of his recent sculptures is "Torn Note Book." It was installed on the > University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. The newspaper "Lincoln Journal > Star" wrote a feature article about it and Oldenburg in the Sunday, Sept. > 1, 1996 edition. Perhaps this is still available through their archives?? > > PBS also aired a documentary on this sculpture and Oldenburg. It may be > available through their web site. > > Hope this helps. > > Cheryl > > Kirstie wrote: >> Do you have any advice or resourses to point me to that may enrich my >>lesson? If so, I >would LOVE to hear any input you may have. > > >