The students will make a triptych, a singular piece made of three images that will portray the similarities and differences between the student, as an American, and American Indians now.
Students will first refer to the thumbnail sketches from the first and second portion of the didactic section. They will look at their snapshots of the American Indian Life and the snapshots of their own life and find two images that compare and contrast, meaning two images that are the same in essence but different in expression. For example, moccasins and basketball shoes, a dancing circle and a ballet studio, a ceremonial dress and a first communion dress. These two images will be the anchors of their piece.