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Acadians

History of
83.06.02 The Preservation of a Heritage: Study of the Acadians

Accounting

Computers and
89.07.02 Changes in Lifestyle Due to Electricity

Acoustics

in Architecture
00.05.10 Discovering the Mathematics in Sound

Drum Making
00.05.08 The Acoustics House

House Design and
00.05.08 The Acoustics House

Acting

African American
96.03.13 Black Actors in American Cinema

Elementary Instruction
83.05.05 Salvage the Senses
83.05.07 The Teacher Directs: The Experience of Movement in Literature
90.02.04 Pick-A-Path Playhouse
95.02.09 Teaching Acting Technique and Building a Character Through Cinema

Intermediate Instruction
96.03.13 Black Actors in American Cinema
02.04.08 A Theater Workshop to Improve Character Development and Collaboration Skills

Introduction to
94.02.04 Poetry Through the Eyes of An Actor

Adams, Abigail
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates

Adolescence

African

Initiation Rites in
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa

American

Anger Management
02.04.03 The Inner Voice: Writing as a Tool to Control Anger in the Classroom

Autobiography
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage

Cognitive Function
91.05.04 Choices That Adolescents Make
91.05.07 The Physiological and Psychological Development of the Adolescent
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
01.06.04 The Semantics of Intelligence Illustrated in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men
01.06.11 A Multiple Intelligence Approach to the Physiology of the Brain and How Middle School Students Learn

Dance
84.05.02 Dance Hype in Video—A Positive or Negative Force?

Dress and Fashion in
85.06.03 Body Language—The Language of Contemporary Fashion
86.04.06 On the Cutting Edge

Drug Abuse in
85.08.08 Statistical Drug Abuse and Adolescents in the U.S.A.
86.05.01 Graphing Current Drug Data
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
07.01.06 Bottled Up: Unlocking the Voice of the Struggling Reader

Using Literature
89.04.10 Detective Fiction for Remedial Readers

Tobacco
01.01.05 Making Choices about Tobacco Use

Education
84.05.08 A Middle School Orientation Program for Parents, Students, and Teachers
96.03.12 Hollywood and Higher Learning

General
87.04.01 At Home: The Ties That Bind

History
92.04.08 American Culture in a Musical Setting

1960-1970
83.04.04 The Sixties: Notes of Discord

Identity
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
02.01.09 Survivor: Not Just a TV Show -- An exploration of the character traits of survivors of the teenage years
04.03.05 How to be an Individual: Analyzing Society’s Influence on Us through Art and Literature
05.02.02 Female Adolescent Identity Formation: Am I Powerful or Powerless?
14.02.04 Where Are You From? Who Will You Become?
14.02.06 Discovering Community, Discovering Ourselves
14.02.10 Community and Identity: An Unending Dilemma
19.02.06 Identity and Social Justice
20.01.04 Then and Now: Fueling the Next Generation to Establish New Expectations and Traditions
20.01.05 They Weren’t Always Mad, Sad, or Bad: Transitions into Womanhood
20.01.06 Leaving Mango Street and Stereotyped Gender Roles Behind

Puerto Rican
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem

Individuality and Conformity
04.03.05 How to be an Individual: Analyzing Society’s Influence on Us through Art and Literature

Literature of
84.05.01 Dress Rehearsal
86.01.01 The Village and the Stars
86.01.07 “i Have to Change!” The Role of the Adolescent in the Family A Developmental Unit Approach to Literature
92.04.04 The African-American Experience in the 20th Century through the Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence and the Novels of Bruce Brooks and Lorene Cary
99.01.08 Daughters Come of Age in Women’s Fiction
08.02.04 Coming of Age as a Reader, Writer and Thinker
20.01.04 Then and Now: Fueling the Next Generation to Establish New Expectations and Traditions
20.01.05 They Weren’t Always Mad, Sad, or Bad: Transitions into Womanhood
20.01.06 Leaving Mango Street and Stereotyped Gender Roles Behind

Moral Reasoning

about War
02.03.01 Just War Theory and the Wars of the 20th Century

Nutrition
84.05.04 Teenage Diet
84.05.05 Eating Disorders and Adolescents: Conflict of Self Image
91.05.05 ADOLESCENT OBESITY
91.05.08 Mathematics Through Nutrition
91.05.09 Dysfunctional Adolescent Behavior
02.05.03 Food Environmental Quality and Health
02.05.05 Food and Your Body -- How to Maintain a Healthy Diet
02.05.10 For Optimum Health: Revising the Food Pyramid

and Sleep
01.06.03 Teaching Awareness of Human Development

Personality
84.05.06 Identity: A Path to Self-Esteem
84.05.07 Anger, Aggression and Adolescents

Physiological Development
91.05.07 The Physiological and Psychological Development of the Adolescent
91.05.09 Dysfunctional Adolescent Behavior

Poetry, Writing of
10.02.07 The Things We Carry: Understanding Grief and Loss through a Memorial Ceremony, the Elegy, and the List Poem

Psychological Development in
91.05.07 The Physiological and Psychological Development of the Adolescent
01.06.01 Getting to Know Yourself: Developing and Accessing Intrapersonal Intelligence Among Early Adolescents
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
01.06.11 A Multiple Intelligence Approach to the Physiology of the Brain and How Middle School Students Learn

Puerto Ricans

Mainland
83.06.04 Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: The Young Mother in the Puerto Rican Family
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem

Sexuality and
83.06.04 Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: The Young Mother in the Puerto Rican Family
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality
91.05.06 AIDS and Adolescence
91.05.09 Dysfunctional Adolescent Behavior
97.04.05 Planning for Student Diversity When Teaching About Puberty
98.07.05 There's More to Sex Education than AIDS Prevention

Teamwork and Cooperation
02.04.05 Integrating the Craft of Writing into Physical Education
02.04.08 A Theater Workshop to Improve Character Development and Collaboration Skills

Television and
84.05.02 Dance Hype in Video—A Positive or Negative Force?
84.05.03 Television and Teens

Time Use by
85.08.06 Time After Time in the Teen Years

in Twentieth-Century Short Story
83.03.02 In Search of Self: Adolescent Themes in the Twentieth Century Short Story
83.03.03 The Short Story: A Slice of Life
88.04.02 Translation Into Reality

Asthma during
99.06.02 Asthma and the Environment

Conflict Resolution
95.03.06 Living to Avoid the Criminal Justice System

Family Life and
82.06.07 Helping the Adolescent Cope with Family Life
90.04.03 The Paths of Literature—The Family Today
90.05.06 The American Family in Literature

General
91.05.03 A Sense of Wonder

Internet Use
14.01.03 I Am Not My Cell Phone: Mindful Use of Internet Technology with Visual Analysis

Marriage in
82.06.05 On Becoming Husbands/Wives—Mothers/Fathers: From Fantasy to Reality

Nutrition
91.05.05 ADOLESCENT OBESITY
91.05.08 Mathematics Through Nutrition

Physiological Development (see Biology)
91.05.07 The Physiological and Psychological Development of the Adolescent

Brain
09.04.03 How the Brain Learns

Psychology of
83.06.04 Teenage Pregnancy and Parenthood: The Young Mother in the Puerto Rican Family
86.01.07 “i Have to Change!” The Role of the Adolescent in the Family A Developmental Unit Approach to Literature

Self-Esteem and Empowerment
94.01.04 Teaching Juveniles How to Plan for The Future
95.03.06 Living to Avoid the Criminal Justice System
97.04.05 Planning for Student Diversity When Teaching About Puberty
97.05.06 The Blues Impulse—An Era and the Ambiguity of Adolescence
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers
02.01.08 Child Survival Stories: Hope to Cope
05.02.02 Female Adolescent Identity Formation: Am I Powerful or Powerless?

Juvenile Delinquency
95.03.08 You and the Law—Beating the Odds

Sexuality and
84.03.05 1984: Culture and Conflict: A Discussion of the Experience of the Young Chicana and the Young Puerto Rican Parent
88.05.02 Talking with Kids about Sex and AIDS
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality
98.07.05 There's More to Sex Education than AIDS Prevention

Sleep
01.06.03 Teaching Awareness of Human Development

Statistical Study of
85.08.03 A Statistical Study by Adolescent Students on Relevant Issues

Stages of Development
00.02.07 Why Juveniles Commit Crimes

Stress/Stress Reduction
91.05.02 Dramatic Release of Stress
01.06.03 Teaching Awareness of Human Development
01.06.06 Quiet Time: An environment for school success

Suicide, Death and Depression
89.02.02 A Special Education Curriculum Guide: Dealing with Death, Depression and Suicide Using Poetry

Teenage Fathers
94.01.03 Minority Teenage Fathers: Rights and Responsibilities
94.01.07 Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood: Understanding Its Responsibilities and Impact on Life

Teenage Mothers
82.06.02 The Teenage Single Parent
94.01.07 Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood: Understanding Its Responsibilities and Impact on Life

Teenage Pregnancy
82.07.09 Nine Months in Six Weeks
94.01.07 Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood: Understanding Its Responsibilities and Impact on Life

Teenage Rights
91.01.02 The Law in the North and South as It Relates to Business from the 1900s to the 1990s

Debate
88.01.01 Debating Teenage Rights

Advertising

American

1920s
79.02.06 The 1920s: The Rise of Consumer Culture

Tobacco
96.02.03 Nicotine Addiction to Disease: Growing Up With the Tobacco Industry

Aeschylus
83.02.03 Prometheus, the Firebringer

Africa

Art of (see Art)
90.04.10 Highlights of Modern Family Art and Literature
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art
95.04.05 Ethnic Art: African, Mexican and Caribbean Perspectives
98.03.07 Masks and the Stories behind Them

Masks
85.06.06 The Mask—A West African Ceremonial Object
93.02.04 Folktale through African Art

Colonization of
82.04.01 Teaching African Literature in English
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

Culture

Kenya
00.05.02 Exploring the Folk Instruments and Sounds of Kenya and Brazil
00.05.07 The Sound of Music in Kenya

Decolonization of
82.04.07 The Modern Mercenary and the Decolonization of Africa: Ten Plus Ten Questions

Drums
06.02.08 Listen to the Rhythm

Mathematics
00.05.08 The Acoustics House

Family Life
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa

Folktales
93.02.01 Similarities Between African Folktales and French Folktales
96.01.03 Multiculturalism Through African Folk Tales and Mayan Myths
98.02.04 Three African Trickster Myths/Tales -- Primary Style

Geography
05.03.06 What Is Home?: Place as a Factor in Culture, History and Perspective

Ghana
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance

History
03.01.02 Africa, Africans, and Film

of Art
87.03.07 The Roots of the Afro-American Culture: The Artistic Approach

of Kenya
00.05.07 The Sound of Music in Kenya

Jewelry of
93.04.02 The History and Aesthetics of African Jewelry

Mercenary Soldiers in
82.04.07 The Modern Mercenary and the Decolonization of Africa: Ten Plus Ten Questions

Mythology
83.02.08 Myth Connections
98.02.03 African Myths and What They Teach

South Africa
20.01.03 Women in Africa during the time of Apartheid: From Trauma to Transition, 2020

African Americans (see Harlem Renaissance; History, African American; Literature, African American; Poetry, African American)

Art
87.03.07 The Roots of the Afro-American Culture: The Artistic Approach
90.04.09 The Art and Culture of the Afro-American
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
92.04.05 The Black Spiritual As Inspiration For Visual Art
92.04.09 Art Through the Eyes of Youth
93.04.09 Seven Famous African-American Masters of American Art
95.04.02 Literature and Art Through Our Eyes: The African American Children
95.04.04 The Art of the Quilt
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Art, experience in
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level

Art History
90.04.09 The Art and Culture of the Afro-American
00.04.01 African-American Art and the Political Dissent during the Harlem Renaissance
00.04.04 The Harlem Renaissance Births a Black Culture
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Harlem Renaissance
88.02.02 The Harlem Renaissance: Black American Traditions
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience

Artists
93.04.08 Jacob Lawrence’s Freedom Trail

Bearden, Romare
95.04.06 Pathways to The Imagination ‘Creative Writing 101’
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse

Colescott, Robert
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype

Feelings, Tom
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse

Hunter, Clementine
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers

Johnson, Charles
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse

Lawrence, Jacob
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)

Ringgold, Faith
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History

Saar, Betye
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype

Walker, Kara
10.02.03 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman

Autobiography
91.03.02 Prince Hall and His Organization of Black Freemasons in the United States
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
91.03.04 Use of John Johnson’s Life Story in Conjunction with Other Black Entrepreneurs as Role Models for Potential Black Businessmen
91.03.05 “Douglass, Booker T. and W.E.B.” A Study of Black Educational Theories
91.03.06 Slave Narrative and Autobiography
91.03.07 African-American Autobiography for the Middle School Student
91.03.08 Dark Voices From Unmarked Graves
91.03.09 Building Dreams—Who is there to help you?
91.03.10 Amazing Grace
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
98.04.09 Changing Times Here and Now

Douglass, Frederick
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))
95.02.06 Lincoln, Douglass and Black Emergence: Literature and Politics, 1840-1865

Hurston, Zora Neale
88.03.03 Reading and Writing the Autobiography With a Study of Zora Neale Hurston

Biography
98.01.11 Parenting in the Movies: Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
98.04.05 Who Gets to Invent and How Do Inventors Change Our Lives
12.02.04 Biography in the Moment: Studying Civil Rights Leaders at Their Moment of Glory

Hughes, Langston
79.01.03 The Stranger Redeemed: A Portrait of a Black Poet
91.03.01 Langston Hughes: Voice Among Voices
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times

Women
97.03.10 American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement Explored Through the Literature of Eloise Greenfield

Business Leaders
91.03.04 Use of John Johnson’s Life Story in Conjunction with Other Black Entrepreneurs as Role Models for Potential Black Businessmen

Children's Literature
95.04.02 Literature and Art Through Our Eyes: The African American Children
97.03.10 American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement Explored Through the Literature of Eloise Greenfield
97.05.04 Finding the Rhythm of Blues in Children’s Poetry, Art, and Music

Civil War
96.03.11 Mosaic America on Film: Fact Versus Fiction
05.01.03 From Slaves to Soldiers: African Americans and the Civil War

Culture
91.03.06 Slave Narrative and Autobiography
97.02.05 Examining African-American Culture through the Use of Children's Literature

African Diaspora, of the
02.01.05 Middle Passage: A Journey of Endurance

Blues
97.05.03 How to Blues
97.05.08 Building Character: Remaining Resilient, Resourceful, and Responsible in the Face of Adversity
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse
97.05.11 A Guide Through the Culture of the Blues

Dance
95.02.03 Living Pictures Representing The History Of Black Dance

Economics
18.01.04 Paths to Prosperity: African Americans in Search of the American Dream

Education
91.03.05 “Douglass, Booker T. and W.E.B.” A Study of Black Educational Theories
96.01.06 Multicultural Issues and the Law: Gender and Race Based Schooling

Ethnicity

and Italian New Haven
78.02.06 Italians and Blacks in New Haven: The Establishment of Two Ethnic Communities

in Newhallville
89.01.10 Communities in Transition
89.01.14 Newhallville:A Neighborhood of Changing Prosperity

Sexuality
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality

Urbanization

Northeast
88.02.03 Immigration into an Urban Industralized Northeast: 1879-1914

Family Life
90.04.06 The African-American Family in Crisis
90.04.07 Portrait of The African American Family
90.05.09 American Families: Portraits of African-American Members
90.05.10 The Family That Endured An Historical View of African-American Families As Seen Through American Literature and Art
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
91.03.09 Building Dreams—Who is there to help you?
00.04.09 Using Children's Literature and Art to Examine the African-American Resistance to Injustice
02.01.10 Willie and Friends: Overcomers in the Land - Stories by Faith Ringgold

Folktales
93.02.06 Choose Your Path
93.02.08 African-American Folktales and their Use in an Integrated Curriculum
96.03.02 Using Film and Literature to Examine Uncle Remus: A Comparison and Analysis of the Film—Song Of The South
05.03.01 The Architectural and Social Space of the American Front Porch

Uncle Remus
96.03.02 Using Film and Literature to Examine Uncle Remus: A Comparison and Analysis of the Film—Song Of The South

Identity

Attitude toward Achievement
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers

Inventors
98.04.05 Who Gets to Invent and How Do Inventors Change Our Lives

Justice System
95.03.04 The Mirror of Justice Is it Blind?
96.01.10 Black Skin, White Justice: Race Matters in the Criminal Justice System

Capital Punishment
95.03.09 The Death Sentence Remains A Question

Famous Trials
96.01.09 Playing the Race Card: Two Famous Criminal Trials

Literature
95.04.03 Male Image Building Utilizing the Writing Process
97.02.05 Examining African-American Culture through the Use of Children's Literature
99.04.09 Using Detective Fiction To Raise Interest in High School Readers
05.02.03 Teaching Voice through Latina and African American Literature
19.02.09 An Approach to Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry
20.01.11 Born Naked: Gender Roles in Literature and Life

Afrofuturism
19.02.07 Decolonizing the Imagination: Teaching about Race Using Afrofuturism and Critical Race Theory
19.02.08 Using Afrofuturism to Re-Vision My Place in the World

Picture Books
97.02.08 Celebrate a People!

Males
95.04.03 Male Image Building Utilizing the Writing Process

Migration
95.04.07 Mosaic America: Paths To The Present
99.03.09 African-Americans and Immigration in American Life

to New Haven
89.01.11 Urban New Haven in the Making (1920-1980)
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth

South to North
78.02.05 Migration North to the Promised Land
80.06.02 New Perspectives On Teaching Afro-American History
91.01.06 Minority Families Moved from the South to the North for Economic Growth
91.01.07 African American Literature: A Contrast between North and South
98.01.05 A Film and Literature Study of The African - American Migration

in Military
02.03.07 African Americans and the Military

Civil War
05.01.03 From Slaves to Soldiers: African Americans and the Civil War

Music
92.04.08 American Culture in a Musical Setting

Jazz
89.01.05 The Impact of the Music of the Harlem Renaissance on Society

Twentieth Century
89.05.11 Responses To Twentieth Century Music: A High School Art Curriculum

Pre-Jazz Age
82.04.06 Black American Musicans: Precursors of Jazz

Rap
93.04.04 The Evolution of Rap Music in the United States
01.03.08 Poems, Prayers, Promises, and Possibilities: The Music of Poetry
03.03.07 Rap as a Modern Poetic Form

The Sixties
80.06.04 Black Music: Its Message and Meaning
15.02.04 Popular Music Diversity from 1965-1969

Spiritual
92.04.05 The Black Spiritual As Inspiration For Visual Art

Negro Leagues
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement

in Photography
06.01.08 African American History: A Photographic Record

Poetry
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
11.03.10 More than Rhythm and Rhyme: An Acoustic Trek through the African American Experience

Politics
98.04.07 Land is the Basis of All Independence
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought

Washington, Booker T., and DuBois, W.E.B.
78.02.02 Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. DuBois: The Problem of Negro Leadership

Race Relations
90.01.05 Parallel Studies of the Afro-American and Puerto Rican Experience in America
96.01.07 A New Generation of Fighters
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
14.03.03 Almost a Citizen: A History of Social Injustice in America
15.02.01 History of a Social Construction: How Racism Created Race in America

Lynching
89.01.09 “Lynch Law”—An American Community Enigma
14.03.01 Due Process Ignored: Lynching and American Culture

Politics of
93.04.05 Mosaic America Through Literary Art: The Civil Rights Movement via African Americans, Chicanos and Native Americans
14.03.04 The NAACP: Then and Now

Sexuality, Attitudes toward
91.05.01 Cultural Issues for Black and Hispanic Adolescents in Learning About Human Sexuality

Slavery
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans
92.04.03 Crisis Times for African Americans
92.04.08 American Culture in a Musical Setting
97.05.04 Finding the Rhythm of Blues in Children’s Poetry, Art, and Music
98.04.10 Lessons in Drama: Learning about American Political Thought
02.01.02 Looking at Human Struggle Through The Language Arts Curriculum: The Faces of Slavery
03.02.02 Our Side of the Story: African Americans Share Their Experiences of Slavery

Connecticut (1640-1848)
80.06.09 Slavery in Connecticut 1640-1848

in Film
98.01.03 Slavery of Africans in the Americas: Resistance to Enslavement

History
91.03.06 Slave Narrative and Autobiography
91.03.08 Dark Voices From Unmarked Graves

Lincoln Presidency
85.05.03 Lincoln, the Great Emancipator??

Sports

Baseball

Negro Leagues
98.01.09 Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement

Robinson, Jackie
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers

Theater
92.04.06 From Remus to Rap: A History in Theory and Practice of the African-American Storytelling Tradition

U. S. Justice System
95.03.04 The Mirror of Justice Is it Blind?

Women
96.01.06 Multicultural Issues and the Law: Gender and Race Based Schooling
05.02.10 Investigating the Multiple Identities of African American Women Fictional and Real

Literature
80.03.04 Images of Black Women in Drama
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
05.02.03 Teaching Voice through Latina and African American Literature

Angelou, Maya
85.03.03 Autobiography: Maya Angelou

Hunter, Clementine
01.06.02 Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in African American Students: Exploring African American Achievers

Hurston, Zora Neale
88.03.03 Reading and Writing the Autobiography With a Study of Zora Neale Hurston

Truth, Sojourner
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women

Wheatley, Phillis
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women

Agee, James
89.05.10 Phrasing and Framing Famous Men

Aging

In America
83.06.01 Being Old

Agriculture (see Gardening)
97.07.07 From the Farm to Your Table: Where Does Our Food Come From?

AIDS, HIV Infection

Adolescents
88.05.02 Talking with Kids about Sex and AIDS
91.05.06 AIDS and Adolescence
00.04.07 HIV/AIDS and the Healing Community: Self-Portraits Toward Wellness

Education
97.04.05 Planning for Student Diversity When Teaching About Puberty
00.04.07 HIV/AIDS and the Healing Community: Self-Portraits Toward Wellness
07.05.10 HIV/AIDS in Our Spanish-Speaking Community and the World

Film
96.03.03 Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children’s Films

Preventive Measures
91.05.06 AIDS and Adolescence
97.04.05 Planning for Student Diversity When Teaching About Puberty

White, Ryan
02.01.04 Surviving the Struggle: Ruby Bridges, Ryan White, and Anne Frank

Alaska

Geography
91.02.07 The Inuit Family: A study of its history, beliefs, and images

History
91.02.07 The Inuit Family: A study of its history, beliefs, and images

Alcott, Louisa May
99.01.06 Louisa May Alcott: Her Life, Her Times and Her Literature

Anatomy

Human
03.02.01 Death and Dying in Puritan New England: A Study Based on Early Gravestones, Vital Records, and other Primary Sources Relating to Cape Cod, Massachusetts
12.03.01 Healthy Kids Become Healthy Adults
12.03.03 Understanding the Effects of Diet and Fitness on the Human Body through Mathematical Equations and Statistical Analysis on Calorie Intake and Calories Expended
12.03.05 My Body Tells a Story
12.03.08 Help! My Body Is Changing!
12.03.09 A Healthy Body is a Healthy Mind
12.03.10 Carbohydrates and Lipids in Human Health

Art and
85.07.07 Three Dimensional Art of Vertebrates and Invertebrates
06.06.01 Art and Anatomy: The Vitruvian Teen
06.06.02 Your Amazing Body
06.06.04 Drawing Upon Our Five Senses
06.06.07 Character Building from Inside Out
08.06.03 Seeing in 3D: Interpreting Two-Dimensional Diagrams of Three-Dimensional Objects

Bone Growth
85.07.05 Mathematics In You
06.06.03 The Human Skeletal System: Inside and Out
12.03.07 Skulls and Bones: Comparing Form and Function of Vertebrate Skeletal Systems

Brain
06.06.04 Drawing Upon Our Five Senses
06.06.05 Making Connections: Exploring Our Brains through the Five Senses
06.06.06 Teaching Neuroanatomy through Schematic Diagrams
09.04.03 How the Brain Learns
09.04.04 How We Learn about the Brain: Teaching the Infant Brain
13.01.05 The Brain Manual
12.03.02 The Brain, Our Silent Partner: Anatomy and Cognition

Cardiovascular
07.05.08 Cardiac Arrest! Using Forensics to Investigate Cardiovascular Anatomy and Function

Ear
00.05.01 Tuning the Instrument for Actors and Writers
00.05.10 Discovering the Mathematics in Sound
06.05.04 Hold Off on the Headphones
16.04.10 Physical Science in Sight and Sound

Eye
16.04.10 Physical Science in Sight and Sound

Knee
85.07.06 Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Knee Joint

Skeletal
85.07.05 Mathematics In You
06.06.03 The Human Skeletal System: Inside and Out
12.03.07 Skulls and Bones: Comparing Form and Function of Vertebrate Skeletal Systems
19.03.11 How Your Skeleton Helps You

Vocal Tract
00.05.01 Tuning the Instrument for Actors and Writers

Vertebrate
05.05.03 Connecticut Wildlife: Biodiversity and Conservation Status of Our Vertebrate Populations
09.04.01 How the Heightened Senses of the Sea Turtle, Elephant, and Eagle Are Evident in the Brain
12.03.07 Skulls and Bones: Comparing Form and Function of Vertebrate Skeletal Systems

Angelou, Maya
85.03.03 Autobiography: Maya Angelou

Animation (see Film)

Archeology

North America

Early Man
80.02.07 Early Man in North America: The Known to the Unknown
91.01.01 Between Aztlan and Quivira: Europeans and Indians in the Southwestern United States

Historical
98.03.03 Technological Change in a Coastal New England Village, 1790-1990 -- The Duck Creek Harbor Site, Wellfleet, Massachusetts

New Haven
11.02.02 H.O.T. on Artifacts

Plants
80.05.01 The Evolution of Plants

Architecture (see Art)

Acoustics in
00.05.10 Discovering the Mathematics in Sound

African
93.01.10 Mathematics of Ornaments and Architecture

American

Colonial
78.04.03 The Architecture of New England and the Southern Colonies as it Reflects the Changes in Colonial Life
91.02.05 Buildings of America

Connecticut
78.04.01 Colonial Connecticut--Learning to Look and Understand
84.01.05 Fair Haven’s History and Architecture—Past and Preservation

Gazebos
84.01.02 Gazebos and Other Worlds

Monuments in
85.06.08 Touchstones

New Haven, Connecticut
83.01.01 SENSES, SPACES AND STRUCTURE
83.01.02 Architecture: Experiences in Space Perception for Young People
83.01.04 Looking At History Through Architecture
83.01.05 Living in Style—The New Haven Green and Its Architecture
86.03.05 Wooster Square in the Context of the Italian Renaissance
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture
93.01.03 Play on Architecture

Fair Haven
06.04.03 Mathematics Alive: Environment and Design of Human Habitats

Green
05.03.04 Memory and Place on the New Haven Green, 1638-1876

Hill Neighborhood
05.03.03 Knowing Our Neighborhood

History of
83.01.04 Looking At History Through Architecture

Porches
05.03.01 The Architectural and Social Space of the American Front Porch

Troup Building
93.01.09 Enjoying the Symbolism in the Troup Building

Nineteenth Century

Connecticut
84.01.03 A View of the River: Cellars, Columns and Porches

Prairie Style
84.01.01 “There are no really tall sea shells”1 An Exploration of Architectural Space

Aqueducts
06.04.04 Aqueduct Architecture: Moving Water to the Masses in Ancient Rome

Art and
83.01.03 The Art In Architecture
05.03.05 Architecture and Setting in the Shaping of Fictional Characters

Basic Design
84.01.08 Elementary Analysis and Design in Architecture
93.01.07 Mathematics and Architecture Designs
13.03.05 Designing a Micro-Apartment

Acoustics in
00.05.08 The Acoustics House

Basic Principles
83.01.03 The Art In Architecture
83.01.07 Geometric Shapes in Architecture
83.01.10 Architectural Differences in Design
83.01.11 Shaping a Personal Environment
06.04.01 Gingerbread Architecture: An Exploration of Architecture and Engineering

Bridges
01.05.03 Bridges: Joining Communities Together
01.05.10 Bridges: Built on a Firm Foundation

Mathematical Applications
01.05.06 The Basic Mathematics of Bridges
01.05.07 Bridge: A Hands-On Approach to Learning
06.04.06 The Math in the Design and Building of Bridges

New York City
01.05.01 The East River Bridges of New York: An Expression of American Industrial Expansion

Domestic
93.01.05 The Domestic House

Drama and
93.01.02 Buildings as Backdrops

Energy Efficiency
81.05.06 Energy Efficient Architectural Design and Model Building
13.03.03 Green Construction
13.03.05 Designing a Micro-Apartment

Geodesic Domes
06.04.05 LESS is MORE: Realizing Mathematics through Architecture

Geometry of
83.01.07 Geometric Shapes in Architecture
83.01.09 Geometric Systems in Architecture
83.01.11 Shaping a Personal Environment
83.01.12 Some Mathematical Principles of Architecture
93.01.07 Mathematics and Architecture Designs
01.05.09 Geometry of Bridges

Interior Design
84.01.07 Interior Structure Design

Islamic
93.01.04 Colors, Shapes, and Spaces in the Most Important Places

Landscape

New Haven Green
05.03.04 Memory and Place on the New Haven Green, 1638-1876

Literature
05.03.05 Architecture and Setting in the Shaping of Fictional Characters

Marine

Ship-building
79.03.02 New Haven—Maritime History and Arts
80.02.04 New Haven: Its Ships and Its Trades, 1800-1920

Memorials and Monuments
93.01.06 Preserving Memory: A Study of Monuments and Memorials
08.03.08 Living Memorials: Honoring Your Family
08.03.09 The Amistad Story: Commemorating a Local Narrative

Native American
98.03.08 The Environmental Adaptation of the Native American Indian
05.03.07 Spaces and Places of the Native Americans

of Neighborhoods
83.01.01 SENSES, SPACES AND STRUCTURE
83.01.02 Architecture: Experiences in Space Perception for Young People
05.03.01 The Architectural and Social Space of the American Front Porch
05.03.03 Knowing Our Neighborhood
05.03.08 "Sense of Place," Special Education and Environmental Study
08.03.01 Mapping the Neighborhood

Ornamentation

Islamic
93.01.04 Colors, Shapes, and Spaces in the Most Important Places

Personal Space and
83.01.01 SENSES, SPACES AND STRUCTURE
83.01.02 Architecture: Experiences in Space Perception for Young People
83.01.06 Experiencing Architecture: A Sensory and Creative Approach
83.01.08 Space and Body in Architecture
83.01.11 Shaping a Personal Environment

Poetry and
84.01.06 Piece of Mind: Poetry, Person, and Place in Architecture

Roman Aqueducts
06.04.04 Aqueduct Architecture: Moving Water to the Masses in Ancient Rome

Tenochtitlan
92.01.08 Children Shall be Seen and Not Heard: The First Amendment and the Public School Student

Used in Teaching Mathematics
84.01.04 Mathematics in Architecture
01.05.02 Bridging the Math Gap
01.05.06 The Basic Mathematics of Bridges
01.05.07 Bridge: A Hands-On Approach to Learning
06.04.02 Math, Music, and Architecture: Kindergarten Geometry and Aesthetics in Music and Architecture
06.04.03 Mathematics Alive: Environment and Design of Human Habitats

Victorian
91.02.05 Buildings of America

Art and Material Culture (see Architecture)

African and African American (see West Africa)
87.03.07 The Roots of the Afro-American Culture: The Artistic Approach
90.04.09 The Art and Culture of the Afro-American
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
92.04.05 The Black Spiritual As Inspiration For Visual Art
92.04.09 Art Through the Eyes of Youth
93.04.09 Seven Famous African-American Masters of American Art
95.04.04 The Art of the Quilt
95.04.05 Ethnic Art: African, Mexican and Caribbean Perspectives
95.04.06 Pathways to The Imagination ‘Creative Writing 101’
96.03.10 Representation in Art and Film: Identity and Stereotype
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

and Blues
97.05.02 The Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas and Romare Bearden
97.05.09 Visual Blues—On the Move: Visual Art Syntheses of the Blues Impulse

Jewelry
93.04.02 The History and Aesthetics of African Jewelry

Walker, Kara
10.02.03 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman

Women
96.03.09 Women of Color as Artists
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

American
93.04.10 The Folks of Folk Art
04.03.01 American Genre Painting in the Nineteenth Century: Teaching Artistic Interpretation as a Tool for Critically Viewing History
04.03.02 Exploring Colonial America through Art and Literature
04.03.03 Immigration and Photography: The Case of Lewis Hine
04.03.04 Art and National Identity: Analyzing Painting and Literature from the Era of Manifest Destiny
04.03.05 How to be an Individual: Analyzing Society’s Influence on Us through Art and Literature
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
04.03.08 The Invisible People: American Art and Literature Represents the Marginalized and Disenfranchised
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans
04.03.10 Discovering American Identity through Writings and Paintings, 1800-1845
11.01.10 Things That Make You Go Hmmm: The Elementary School Artist Acting as a Contemporary Art Historian
15.02.02 Energizing Creative Processes Through Art Appreciation: The Influences American Culture had on Modern Art
12.01.01 History through Art: The American Revolution and the Colonial New World (1750–1850)
12.01.02 The Stories Artwork Tells: Opening Doorways Into Creativity
12.01.05 Teaching Colonial American Society through Visual Art
12.01.08 Art and Conflict: The Visual Struggle
12.01.09 Interpreting the Imagery of War
12.01.10 Questioning the Accuracy of War Images: John Trumbull's Paintings of the American Revolution and Photographs from the American Civil War

African and Native Drawing
87.03.05 How Do Artists Get Their Ideas? Culture and Environment as Sources of Ideas

Alienation in
04.03.08 The Invisible People: American Art and Literature Represents the Marginalized and Disenfranchised

Family
90.04.10 Highlights of Modern Family Art and Literature
90.05.02 Faces of the Family
90.05.10 The Family That Endured An Historical View of African-American Families As Seen Through American Literature and Art
00.04.07 HIV/AIDS and the Healing Community: Self-Portraits Toward Wellness

Film
88.04.04 America in Film and Fiction

Urban
03.01.11 The City Symphony- The Original Reality Show

Folklore
78.03.08 A Unit on American Folklore

Furniture
01.02.07 Teaching Art to the Blind / A Study of Chairs

Gravestones
03.02.01 Death and Dying in Puritan New England: A Study Based on Early Gravestones, Vital Records, and other Primary Sources Relating to Cape Cod, Massachusetts
08.03.08 Living Memorials: Honoring Your Family

and Jazz
01.02.08 The Influence of Jazz Music in Twentieth Century Art

and National Identity
04.03.04 Art and National Identity: Analyzing Painting and Literature from the Era of Manifest Destiny

Native Americans in
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans

Portraiture
12.01.04 Image-Making: Reading Gesture, Objects, and Environment in Portraiture

Childhood
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England

Urban
92.04.07 America's Urban Landscape
13.02.03 Irish Immigration and the Power of the Visual Image

Ancient Egyptian

Tombs
85.06.07 Egyptian Tomb Art: Expressions of Religious Beliefs

Ancient Greek
98.03.09 The Warrior Role in Greek Society

Animation
06.06.07 Character Building from Inside Out

Appreciation of
01.02.03 Look Before You Think: How To Appreciate a Painting

Art Criticism
10.02.03 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman

Aztec
92.02.05 Rediscovering the Aztec Indians

Bearden, Romare
95.04.06 Pathways to The Imagination ‘Creative Writing 101’
97.05.02 The Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas and Romare Bearden

British
12.01.02 The Stories Artwork Tells: Opening Doorways Into Creativity
12.01.06 Using Art to Develop Purposeful Talk and Enhance Writer's Workshop

Twentieth Century
85.06.05 A Study of Twentieth Century British Culture Through Art and Literature

Calligraphy

in Islamic Art
02.02.03 Islamic Art; Exploring the Visual Arts of the Middle East

Caribbean
95.04.05 Ethnic Art: African, Mexican and Caribbean Perspectives
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)

of Cloth Weaving
87.06.05 A Stitch in Time

in Islamic Art
02.02.03 Islamic Art; Exploring the Visual Arts of the Middle East

Douglas, Aaron
97.05.02 The Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas and Romare Bearden
00.04.01 African-American Art and the Political Dissent during the Harlem Renaissance

Fences
08.03.03 Breaking Down Fences -- Revealing The Past

Folk
93.04.10 The Folks of Folk Art

French Impressionism
82.04.03 Visions of People: The Influences of Japanese Prints—Ukiyo-e Upon Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century French Art
01.02.02 Impressionism: Reflections of a Culture

Graffiti
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Hispanic

Homes
08.03.06 Tools and Art in the Hispanic Homes of New Haven

Murals
96.03.09 Women of Color as Artists
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements

Puerto Rican
84.03.08 The Art of the Puerto Rican People
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut
01.04.08 I Have a Border in my Mind: the Puerto Ricans' Arts and Culture as Factors for Self-Esteem

Women
96.03.09 Women of Color as Artists

Islamic
93.01.04 Colors, Shapes, and Spaces in the Most Important Places
02.02.03 Islamic Art; Exploring the Visual Arts of the Middle East

Japanese

Influence on French Impressionists
82.04.08 The United States and Iran: The Allocation of Weapon Systems as an Imperialist Tool to Protect Capitalist Interest

Japanese American
00.04.03 Our Past Acclaims Our Future: Japanese-American Artists Respond To the American Experience Roger Shimomura, Sansei.

Kahlo, Frida
99.02.08 Learning to Appreciate Art: The Influence of Mesoamerica on Mexican Art
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

Latin American

Arts and Crafts
87.01.02 Studio Art Lessons Based on Latin American Arts and Crafts
94.03.05 Artful Connections Between New Haven and Mexico

Batero, Fernando
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

General
00.04.08 Latin Culture Through Art and Literature

Lam, Wilfredo
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

Rivera, Diego
85.04.05 The Art and Times of Diego Rivera
93.04.03 Our Images Make History
97.01.04 A Close Look at Mexico
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

Lawrence, Jacob
97.05.02 The Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas and Romare Bearden
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.04.03 Utilizing Art, Literature and Film to Teach Black History
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)

Masks
97.04.09 Maskerade—“My Self—And No Other”
98.03.06 Common Ground: Masks from a Cultural Perspective

Native American
80.02.02 The Native American: Through the Eyes of His Mask With a Special Focus on the Indians of Connecticut

West African
85.06.06 The Mask—A West African Ceremonial Object
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa

Mesoamerican

Mayan
99.02.05 The Maya Culture Of Mesoamerica: Art Works in Time and Space

Personal Adornment
99.02.04 Artistic Traditions of the Maya People

Mexican
95.04.05 Ethnic Art: African, Mexican and Caribbean Perspectives
98.03.10 Artifacts: Bringing the Past Back to Life -- The Mexican Case
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements

Kahlo, Frida
99.02.11 Reflections in the Mirror: A Visual Journal and Mural Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Rivera, Diego
99.02.11 Reflections in the Mirror: A Visual Journal and Mural Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Teotihuacan
94.03.06 An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts

Modern
81.04.12 Teaching a Second Language through Art
92.04.07 America's Urban Landscape
09.02.02 Futurism: Capturing Modern Technology

Pop Art
09.02.01 A Pop Portrait of the Artist as 'the Young Person That I Am'

Murals
93.04.03 Our Images Make History
96.03.09 Women of Color as Artists
99.02.06 Diego Rivera: A Man and His Murals
06.02.01 The Mexican and Chicano Mural Movements

Rivera, Diego
99.02.11 Reflections in the Mirror: A Visual Journal and Mural Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Native American

Kachina
98.03.08 The Environmental Adaptation of the Native American Indian
01.04.10 Debunking the Myth of the American West

New Haven, CT
08.03.01 Mapping the Neighborhood
08.03.02 Pride of Place: New Haven circa 1750
08.03.03 Breaking Down Fences -- Revealing The Past
08.03.04 Cultural Artifacts in a Time of Change: Material Culture of Daily Life
08.03.05 Discovering New Haven’s History of Public Art
08.03.06 Tools and Art in the Hispanic Homes of New Haven
08.03.07 My Maps, My Neighborhood
08.03.08 Living Memorials: Honoring Your Family
08.03.09 The Amistad Story: Commemorating a Local Narrative

Painting

American
04.03.01 American Genre Painting in the Nineteenth Century: Teaching Artistic Interpretation as a Tool for Critically Viewing History

Church, Frederic
01.02.01 Reading the Landscape: Geology and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century American Landscape Paintings of Frederic E. Church

Eakins, Thomas
01.02.09 Documentarians of an Era: A Study of the Paintings of Thomas Eakins and Gustave Caillebotte

Folk
93.04.10 The Folks of Folk Art

Homer, Winslow
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)

Hopper, Edward
89.05.01 The Hopper-Ville Express

Portraits
89.05.03 Early American Portraits: a Strategy for Learning About Artists and Their Works

British

Wright, Joseph of Derby
01.02.05 An Approach to Chemistry via the Analysis of Art Objects: The Scientific Method, Laboratory Safety, Light and Color Theory

Expressionism
01.04.05 Expressions of Anti-Racism through Painting: The Puerto Rican Community from West Side Story to Connecticut

French

Caillebotte, Gustave
01.02.09 Documentarians of an Era: A Study of the Paintings of Thomas Eakins and Gustave Caillebotte

during Occupation 1940-44
02.03.06 Expression under Suppression: The Artistic Response to the Occupation of France during World War II

Futurism
09.02.02 Futurism: Capturing Modern Technology

General
93.04.06 Visual Arts, Literary Arts, and Performing Arts: Their Connection and Place in America’s Minority Culture
01.02.03 Look Before You Think: How To Appreciate a Painting

Islamic
02.02.03 Islamic Art; Exploring the Visual Arts of the Middle East

Jazz and
01.02.08 The Influence of Jazz Music in Twentieth Century Art

Poetry and
80.02.06 Poetry and Paintings: A Comparative Study
88.04.05 Integrating Printmaking and Literature: A high school art curriculum
11.03.12 Linking the Senses: A Unit Connecting Visual and Spoken Rhythms

Twentieth Century
89.05.11 Responses To Twentieth Century Music: A High School Art Curriculum
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience

Photography

American
89.05.10 Phrasing and Framing Famous Men
90.05.02 Faces of the Family
93.04.01 Photography: The Art and Science
06.01.01 War Photography: Propaganda, Outrage, and Empathy
06.01.02 The Photographed Environment in America
06.01.03 New Haven, Then and Now: A Story in Photographs
06.01.04 Gordon Parks' Photography: Breaking Down Racial Barriers with Real Life Stories
06.01.05 Photojournalists for Social Change
06.01.06 A Moment in Time: Teaching Point of View Using Photography
06.01.07 A Day in the Life: September 11 in Photographs
06.01.08 African American History: A Photographic Record
06.01.09 Photographs as Aids to Writing
06.01.10 We Are Part of a "Bigger Picture": Children Critically Examine Photographs

Brady, Matthew
08.04.04 Whitman, Lincoln, and Brady; Three Perspectives on a Nation Divided

Immigration
04.03.03 Immigration and Photography: The Case of Lewis Hine

Lange, Dorothea
06.01.04 Gordon Parks' Photography: Breaking Down Racial Barriers with Real Life Stories
06.01.05 Photojournalists for Social Change

New Haven, CT
08.03.07 My Maps, My Neighborhood

Parks, Gordon
06.01.04 Gordon Parks' Photography: Breaking Down Racial Barriers with Real Life Stories
06.01.05 Photojournalists for Social Change

Poetry and Urban Life
81.01.06 Past and Present New York Through A Comparative Study of Photography and Poetry

Urban Images
81.01.07 The City in Black and White and Color: An interdisciplinary approach to teaching life in the city using literature, social studies, art, and photography.

Writing Instruction
81.01.07 The City in Black and White and Color: An interdisciplinary approach to teaching life in the city using literature, social studies, art, and photography.

Pop Art
09.02.01 A Pop Portrait of the Artist as 'the Young Person That I Am'

Pop Culture
81.02.01 Pop Art-Reflections of the Mass Media

Portraiture
91.02.09 Changing Images of Childhood in America: Colonial, Federal and Modern England
10.02.03 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman

Copley, John Singleton
80.02.01 The Portrait as Metaphor: A Study of the World of John Singleton Copley

Printmaking
94.03.05 Artful Connections Between New Haven and Mexico

Literature and
88.04.05 Integrating Printmaking and Literature: A high school art curriculum

Puerto Rican
92.04.09 Art Through the Eyes of Youth

Puppetry
91.04.08 “The Use of Puppetry to Increase Self-worth Through the Windows of Poetry”

Quilt
95.04.04 The Art of the Quilt
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt

Reading and
02.04.06 Writers as Artists, Artists as Writers; Response to Literature and Visual Arts
14.01.08 Tell Me a Picture: Increasing K-3 Vocabulary through Wordless Picture Books and Artist Prints
14.01.09 A Picture Can Inspire 1,000 Words

Religious
98.03.01 Shang Bronzes: A Window into Ancient Chinese Culture (1523 B.C.-1028 B.C.)

Renaissance
86.03.01 The English Guild Method of Learning
86.03.05 Wooster Square in the Context of the Italian Renaissance
86.03.06 Feasts, Fairs and Festivals: Mirrors of Renaissance Society
86.03.07 The Vision of the City in the Mind’s Eye, 1250-1700
86.03.08 The Illusion of the Renaissance

Science

Anatomy
06.06.01 Art and Anatomy: The Vitruvian Teen
06.06.04 Drawing Upon Our Five Senses
06.06.07 Character Building from Inside Out

Chemistry
01.02.05 An Approach to Chemistry via the Analysis of Art Objects: The Scientific Method, Laboratory Safety, Light and Color Theory
15.04.03 Problem Based Chemistry: How do I Make a Lake Paint?

Health
07.05.01 Advertising for Healthy Habits
07.05.03 Using Pop Art Imagery to Inspire Healthy Eating

Sculpture
10.01.08 Is It Trash? Sculpture That Recycles

Shang Bronzes
98.03.01 Shang Bronzes: A Window into Ancient Chinese Culture (1523 B.C.-1028 B.C.)

Totem Poles

Northwest Coast Indian
85.06.01 Totem Poles of the North American Northwest Coast Indians

and the Visually Impaired
01.02.07 Teaching Art to the Blind / A Study of Chairs

Warhol, Andy
09.02.01 A Pop Portrait of the Artist as 'the Young Person That I Am'

West African
85.06.01 Totem Poles of the North American Northwest Coast Indians
85.06.06 The Mask—A West African Ceremonial Object
85.06.09 The Invented Kingdom or What to Do When a Sixth Grade Class is Giggling at an African Fertility Figure
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa
95.04.05 Ethnic Art: African, Mexican and Caribbean Perspectives
98.03.02 African Art and Aesthetics

White, Charles
95.04.06 Pathways to The Imagination ‘Creative Writing 101’

Women
96.03.09 Women of Color as Artists

Kahlo, Frida
99.02.11 Reflections in the Mirror: A Visual Journal and Mural Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Writing Instructions and
09.01.01 I Came, I Saw, I Wrote: An Interdisciplinary Writing Unit for Bilingual Students
14.01.04 Words beneath the Image

Art History

African
01.02.06 Rites of Passage: Initiation Masks in French Speaking Black Africa

African American
90.04.09 The Art and Culture of the Afro-American
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Harlem Renaissance
88.02.02 The Harlem Renaissance: Black American Traditions
91.02.03 Interpreting Selected Works of Art from the 20th Century African-American Experience
97.05.02 The Visual Blues of Jacob Lawrence, Aaron Douglas and Romare Bearden

Quilts
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt

American
04.03.01 American Genre Painting in the Nineteenth Century: Teaching Artistic Interpretation as a Tool for Critically Viewing History
04.03.02 Exploring Colonial America through Art and Literature
04.03.03 Immigration and Photography: The Case of Lewis Hine
04.03.04 Art and National Identity: Analyzing Painting and Literature from the Era of Manifest Destiny
04.03.05 How to be an Individual: Analyzing Society’s Influence on Us through Art and Literature
04.03.06 A Bird's Eye View of the Caribbean: Art, Folklore, and Music (A Supplement to African American Studies)
04.03.07 The History of African-American Children: A Guide for Teaching Black History at the Elementary School Level
04.03.08 The Invisible People: American Art and Literature Represents the Marginalized and Disenfranchised
04.03.09 In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark: 19th Century Artists’ Depictions of Native Americans
04.03.10 Discovering American Identity through Writings and Paintings, 1800-1845
15.02.02 Energizing Creative Processes Through Art Appreciation: The Influences American Culture had on Modern Art

American Comic Book
80.02.03 Comic Books: Superheroes/heroines, Domestic Scenes, and Animal Images

of Cloth and Looms
87.06.05 A Stitch in Time

Comparative
01.02.03 Look Before You Think: How To Appreciate a Painting

American and French
01.02.09 Documentarians of an Era: A Study of the Paintings of Thomas Eakins and Gustave Caillebotte

European to American Abstract
87.04.08 The American Avant-Garde 1904-1920

Female Artists
91.02.10 Women Artists In History: A Junior High School Unit

of Color
93.04.11 Points of View— Looking at Five Contemporary Female Artists of Color: Amalia Mesa-Bains, Howardena Pindell, Faith Ringgold, Betye Saar, and Pablita Velarde

French
91.02.01 History through Fashion
14.01.07 Pictures Tell the Story -- From Caves to Comics: Using Images from French History to Motivate Reluctant Language Learners

during Occupation 1940-44
02.03.06 Expression under Suppression: The Artistic Response to the Occupation of France during World War II

Furniture

Chairs
01.02.07 Teaching Art to the Blind / A Study of Chairs

General
81.04.07 Teaching a Second Language through Art Using the Yale Art Gallery
86.03.08 The Illusion of the Renaissance

Graffiti
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Guilds
86.03.01 The English Guild Method of Learning

Latin America
01.04.02 Using Art, Film, and Literature to explore the Hispanic identity

Material Culture

Historical Archaeology
98.03.03 Technological Change in a Coastal New England Village, 1790-1990 -- The Duck Creek Harbor Site, Wellfleet, Massachusetts

Modern Art
15.02.02 Energizing Creative Processes Through Art Appreciation: The Influences American Culture had on Modern Art

Visually Impaired
01.02.07 Teaching Art to the Blind / A Study of Chairs

Art Instruction

Composition and Inspiration
87.03.05 How Do Artists Get Their Ideas? Culture and Environment as Sources of Ideas
95.02.07 High School Arts: Dance for Literature & Film
01.02.03 Look Before You Think: How To Appreciate a Painting
05.02.04 Teaching Art through Identity
08.02.09 Visualizing Myself Ten Years from Now

Design
04.04.10 Machines: Designing Form and Function

Dying Cloth
87.06.06 How To Dye Cloth

Graffiti
01.04.01 Racism, Gender, Ethnicity, and Aesthetics in the Art of Graffiti

Graphic Novels
16.01.03 Shakespeare: Scenes of Instruction and the Graphic Novel

Health
07.05.01 Advertising for Healthy Habits
07.05.03 Using Pop Art Imagery to Inspire Healthy Eating

Latin American
05.02.04 Teaching Art through Identity

Arts and Crafts
87.01.02 Studio Art Lessons Based on Latin American Arts and Crafts

Mexico
94.03.06 An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts

Memorials and Monuments

Amistad
08.03.09 The Amistad Story: Commemorating a Local Narrative

Models
96.06.06 Scaling Down the Universe

Murals
93.04.03 Our Images Make History
94.03.06 An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts

Perspective
86.03.08 The Illusion of the Renaissance
08.06.03 Seeing in 3D: Interpreting Two-Dimensional Diagrams of Three-Dimensional Objects

Photography
05.02.04 Teaching Art through Identity
08.03.07 My Maps, My Neighborhood

Poetry
11.03.12 Linking the Senses: A Unit Connecting Visual and Spoken Rhythms

Pop Art
09.02.01 A Pop Portrait of the Artist as 'the Young Person That I Am'

Portraiture
00.04.07 HIV/AIDS and the Healing Community: Self-Portraits Toward Wellness
10.02.03 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman

Public Art

New Haven
08.03.05 Discovering New Haven’s History of Public Art

Reading and
79.04.04 A Plan for the Improvement of Reading Skills and for the Development of Personal Images through Art

from Realistic to Abstract
87.04.08 The American Avant-Garde 1904-1920
95.02.07 High School Arts: Dance for Literature & Film
08.02.09 Visualizing Myself Ten Years from Now

Scaling
96.06.06 Scaling Down the Universe

Scientific Illustration
08.06.03 Seeing in 3D: Interpreting Two-Dimensional Diagrams of Three-Dimensional Objects

Sculpture
91.02.07 The Inuit Family: A study of its history, beliefs, and images
94.03.06 An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts
98.03.02 African Art and Aesthetics
10.01.08 Is It Trash? Sculpture That Recycles

Teotihuacan
94.03.06 An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts

Use of Anatomy
85.07.07 Three Dimensional Art of Vertebrates and Invertebrates
13.03.01 Light, Vision, Art

Astronomy

Asteroids, Comets, Meteorites
96.06.03 Asteroids, Comets, and Meteorites: Their Intimate Relation with Life on Earth

Big Bang
97.06.11 A Dramatic World: An Eighth Grade Theater Curriculum for Earth’s Future Caretakers

Earth Science
96.06.01 The Last Frontier
96.06.03 Asteroids, Comets, and Meteorites: Their Intimate Relation with Life on Earth
96.06.04 Astronomy: Then and Now
96.06.08 Our Planet . . . Our Solar System
05.04.05 The Sun: Earth's Friend and Foe
05.04.07 The Sun-Earth Connection
05.04.08 Solar Effects on Global Warming

Electromagnetic Radiation
07.03.05 The Space Cadet's Laboratory: Using Electromagnetic Energy to Study Astronomy

Extraterrestrial Life
96.06.01 The Last Frontier
96.06.07 Other Worlds, Other Life: Our Solar System and Beyond
96.06.12 Space: That Vast Frontier

and Film
03.01.08 Geography through Film: The Scale of Things

General
98.06.10 Astronomy and Your Place in the World

Kepler's Laws
96.06.11 An Interdisciplinary Approach to Kepler’s Laws

Lunar Eclipses
80.07.06 Lunar Eclipse: Fact and Myth

Mathematics and
80.07.06 Lunar Eclipse: Fact and Myth
96.06.06 Scaling Down the Universe
96.06.09 Time, Distance and Modern Technology in the Measurement of the Heavens
96.06.10 The Solar System and Space Technology
96.06.11 An Interdisciplinary Approach to Kepler’s Laws
96.06.13 Seeing and Learning Astronomy and Cosmology Through the Lens of Music
07.03.06 Astronomy: The Mathematician's Perspective
07.03.07 Discovering Conic Sections in the Motion of Heavenly Bodies
07.03.08 Mathematics at the Frontier of Astronomy
07.03.09 The Mathematical Dynamics of Celestial Navigation and Astronavigation

Moon
98.06.05 Fly Me to the Moon
07.03.01 Shoot for the Moon
07.03.02 Astronomy and Me: Moons Over New Haven

Music and
96.06.13 Seeing and Learning Astronomy and Cosmology Through the Lens of Music

Physics
07.03.05 The Space Cadet's Laboratory: Using Electromagnetic Energy to Study Astronomy
16.04.09 Lights and Actions

Planetary Motion
07.03.04 The Physics of the Planets: How 16th and 17th Century Physicists Helped Us Understand Our Solar System

Science Fiction and
98.06.02 The Plausibility of Interstellar Communication and Related Phenomena Depicted in Science Fiction Literature and in the Movies

Solar System
96.06.02 “Interstellar Space Travel and Space Technology: The Solar System and Beyond”
96.06.05 “Astro-Cosmos The Last Frontier”
96.06.06 Scaling Down the Universe
96.06.07 Other Worlds, Other Life: Our Solar System and Beyond
96.06.08 Our Planet . . . Our Solar System
96.06.09 Time, Distance and Modern Technology in the Measurement of the Heavens
96.06.12 Space: That Vast Frontier
98.06.04 Practical Illustrations of Astronomical Concepts relating to the Solar System
98.06.06 Exploring the Moon: A Curriculum Adapted For Use With Blind and Visually Impaired Students
98.06.08 Beyond Planet Earth
98.06.09 Where Are We in the Milky Way?
05.04.02 Our Place in Space
07.03.03 Voyage to the Planets
07.03.04 The Physics of the Planets: How 16th and 17th Century Physicists Helped Us Understand Our Solar System
08.05.05 La Tierra en el Sistema Solar / Earth in the Solar System

Jupiter

Moon Europa
07.03.02 Astronomy and Me: Moons Over New Haven

Saturn

Moon Titan
07.03.02 Astronomy and Me: Moons Over New Haven

Sun
98.06.03 The Sun
05.04.01 Stellar Evolution and the Fate of Earth
05.04.03 Our Intriguing Star… The Sun!
05.04.04 Sun and Earth
05.04.05 The Sun: Earth's Friend and Foe
05.04.06 The Sun in Our Lives

Space Travel
96.06.01 The Last Frontier
96.06.02 “Interstellar Space Travel and Space Technology: The Solar System and Beyond”
96.06.12 Space: That Vast Frontier

History and Space Flight
98.06.01 Out-of-this-World Experiments

International Space Station
98.06.01 Out-of-this-World Experiments

Skylab Experiments
98.06.01 Out-of-this-World Experiments

Space Shuttle Experiments
98.06.01 Out-of-this-World Experiments

Special Education and
98.06.06 Exploring the Moon: A Curriculum Adapted For Use With Blind and Visually Impaired Students

Stellar Evolution
05.04.01 Stellar Evolution and the Fate of Earth

Sun-Earth Connection
05.04.05 The Sun: Earth's Friend and Foe
05.04.06 The Sun in Our Lives
05.04.07 The Sun-Earth Connection

Universe (Cosmology)
96.06.02 “Interstellar Space Travel and Space Technology: The Solar System and Beyond”
96.06.04 Astronomy: Then and Now
96.06.05 “Astro-Cosmos The Last Frontier”
96.06.06 Scaling Down the Universe
96.06.13 Seeing and Learning Astronomy and Cosmology Through the Lens of Music

Autobiography

African American
91.03.02 Prince Hall and His Organization of Black Freemasons in the United States
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
91.03.04 Use of John Johnson’s Life Story in Conjunction with Other Black Entrepreneurs as Role Models for Potential Black Businessmen
91.03.05 “Douglass, Booker T. and W.E.B.” A Study of Black Educational Theories
91.03.06 Slave Narrative and Autobiography
91.03.07 African-American Autobiography for the Middle School Student
91.03.08 Dark Voices From Unmarked Graves
91.03.09 Building Dreams—Who is there to help you?
91.03.10 Amazing Grace

American

Adolescence
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage

Immigrants
96.04.09 Moving Communities and Immigration into the Bilingual Classroom
00.01.01 A Woman’s Immigrant Experience

Langston Hughes
91.03.01 Langston Hughes: Voice Among Voices
91.03.07 African-American Autobiography for the Middle School Student

Latin American

Women
00.01.03 Truth and Identity in Autobiography: Teaching Esmeralda Santiago’s novel When I Was Puerto Rican

Literature, as
90.01.01 An Archetypal Approach to Teaching Autobiography

Visual Arts
08.02.09 Visualizing Myself Ten Years from Now

Writing of
85.03.03 Autobiography: Maya Angelou
88.04.01 Autobiography and the Creative Impulse in Writing the Short Story

Aviation

as a Career

and Safety
88.06.03 Come Fly With Me—An Invitation to Flight: Its History Science, Careers and Safety

and Science
88.06.08 Highways In The Sky: Flight Control

History
90.07.03 Mankind’s Fascination With Flight
90.07.04 What Makes Airplanes Fly . . . Why Me
90.07.10 Historical Developments of the Aircraft Industry with Mathematical Applications

Space Flight
96.06.01 The Last Frontier

Aztecs (see Native Americans)



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