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JD Salinger - Educator's Guide and Poster

An activity-based analysis of The Catcher in the Rye and other works by J.D. Salinger as well as a look into his private life are illustrated by essays and classroom activities included in the poster.

Jan 15th, 2014 | 0 comments

Kazan, Miller, and the McCarthy Era - Lesson Overview

Students will use the Miller-Kazan story as an introduction to the McCarthy era, one of the darkest times in America's cultural history.

Aug 26th, 2005 | 1 comment

Designing Another Juilliard - Lesson Overview

Students will understand the school's vision and commitment to excellence. Using what they have learned, students will then create their own fictional top-notch school promoting excellence in a discipline of their choice.

Oct 29th, 2003 | 0 comments

Quincy Jones: What Makes an American Master? - Lesson Overview

n this lesson plan, students will learn about Quincy Jones, the context in which he has worked during his lifetime.

Sep 11th, 2000 | 0 comments

Henry Luce: Turn Me Luce - Lesson Overview

Students will create a version of a "Time" magazine, a "March of Time" video, or a photo-essay that reflects Luce's journalist style.

Oct 28th, 1999 | 0 comments

Lena Horne: Race and the American Artist - Procedures for Teachers

Mar 25th, 1999 | 1 comment

George Lucas and the Power of Myth - Lesson Overview

Students will read a variety of myths, conduct Internet research, engage in writing activities, construct debates, and create short projects as they learn about George Lucas and his contributions to society through his work.

Jan 29th, 1999 | 2 comments

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