Welcome to the Wiki page for the first Keynote Address, focusing on American Art!

The Keynote sessions on this topic was held on October 20, 2011. The purpose of this wiki page is to allow those who attended the opportunity to pool resources and ideas gleaned from that institute. Feel free to post lesson plans, project ideas, or other ways that you have integrated the material or methods learned at this day's sessions into your classroom. What worked, or did not work? What materials have you discovered were most helpful? Or least helpful? What material (photos, documents, videos, etc) do you wish you had more of? And who has found some to recommend?

If you have never used a wiki before, do not worry. Most have not! Just click on the giant pencil icon that says "EDIT" to begin adding your contributions to this project. Do not forget that creating a classroom project based on these institutes, and being observed during the project, can all count towards the completion of your Professional Development Plan (PDP).



Here are the Powerpoint slides for Dr. Freeberg's Keynote Address (due to the large nature of the files, I had to break it up into ten different sections):






For Lewis Hine's TVA photos of the Norris Dam construction (as well as plenty of photos of the Kingsport area), visit this website.



Here are the powerpoint slides that were used during Jason's sessions (before lunch).
The Civil War portraits:
The photographs of Jacob Riis:
The photographs of Lewis Hine:




Here are the powerpoint slides that were used during William's sessions (before lunch).
General overview, and how to interpret Political Cartoons:
For 4th and 8th grade teachers:
For 5th grade teachers:
For 11th grade teachers:




Here is, I hope, the Voice Thread that we worked on in the various groups: