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Links 1 through 10 of 167 by ACM Teaching Resource Center tagged TRC_Materials_Available

Texas Parks and Wildlife. Your tax dollars at work and the result is great. The TP%26W folks have created a simple-but-informative guide to Native tribes that settled in Texas. The illustrations are black-line drawings which could be printed and colored%2C but that%27s not necessary. Teacher tested%21

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Smithsonian%27s History Explorer. Although this lesson plan focuses on The Star Spangled Banner%2C this is a good introduction on using primary sources in your classroom.

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National Public Radio. Bearden said that "the artist is kind of an enchanter of time." Find out here why the past always had a place in his works of art. A nice overview of Bearden's influence on other artists and performers. Adobe Flash required.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art. The film series "82nd and Fifth" continues with an interesting look at Gifford, one of the Hudson River School artists. Compare it with t"The View from Eagle Rock, New Jersey" at the Amon Carter. Met curator Betsy Kornhauser shares a quick look at Gifford's depiction of light.

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Smithsonian. The SI Archives has 500 of Bentley's photographs of snowflakes donated by the artist in 1903. This page has excellent classroom activities and primary sources to enrich your "Snowflake Bentley" read-aloud.

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DPLA. "The DPLA is an open and collaborative community that constantly seeks input from any and all interested in its work." This epic venture includes photos and information from major universities and museums. Highly recommended.

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North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA) . These folks make it easy to bring art into the curriculum in a meaningful way with art and artist info and discussion points. Contact the TRC to borrow the poster or find the image online on the Amon Carter Museum website. IMAGE:
http://www.cartermuseum.org/emuwebacm/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=19409&reftable=ecatalogue&refirn=97617

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North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA) . These folks make it easy to bring art into the curriculum in a meaningful way with art and artist info and discussion points. Contact the TRC to borrow the poster or find the image online on the Amon Carter Museum website. IMAGE: http://www.cartermuseum.org/emuwebacm/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=19101&reftable=ecatalogue&refirn=48884

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North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA) . These folks make it easy to bring art into the curriculum in a meaningful way with art and artist info and discussion points. Contact the TRC to borrow the poster or find the image online on the Amon Carter Museum website.
IMAGE: http://www.cartermuseum.org/artworks/12915

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North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts (NTIEVA) . These folks make it easy to bring art into the curriculum in a meaningful way with art and artist info and discussion points. Contact the TRC to borrow the poster or find the image online on the Amon Carter Museum website. IMAGE: http://www.cartermuseum.org/emuwebacm/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=19685&reftable=ecatalogue&refirn=98521

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