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Lesson Plan - The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water - We Eat Food From Nature (K-2)

Date Created 7/1/2015 1:48:55 PM
Grade Level K-2
Category Language Arts
Social Studies

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TSP We Eat Food From Nature.pdf Lesson Plan
Video Courtesy: South Dakota Public Broadcsting

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Lesson Plan - The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water - We Eat Food From Nature (K-2) This lesson can be accessed HERE or by clicking the PDF, lower left.

About the Lesson:
The Sculpture Project asks people to consider their connections to nature. In this lesson, students are encouraged to think about their own connections to nature by reading both informational and primary source text about how Lakota people have gathered and eaten food grown in nature.

This lesson was not created by the SDPB, and therefore should be attributed to the person who created it. Passage to Schools lessons have been developed in coordination with Rapid City High School teacher and Sculpture Project Advisory Committee member, Gabrielle Seeley. (More)

About the Project:
The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water (Video by Randall Iverson about the project) is a large-scale public art project at Main Street Square in the heart of downtown Rapid City. Stone sculptor Masayuki Nagase is carving the 21-piece granite sculpture on-site over five years, beginning in 2013.

Passage to Schools is a family of K-12 lesson plans that uses this work of public art to spark learning about literature, history, science and Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota culture. The downloadable lessons are dual-aligned to Common Core and Oceti Sakowin standards. Rapid City High School art and language teacher Gabrielle Seeley developed Passage to Schools.

To arrange a school visit to The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water at Main Street Square, or for more information about the curricula, contact Destination Rapid City’s Community Arts Coordinator Anna Huntington at anna@artsrapidcity.com

The project is funded through Destination Rapid City, the John T. Vucurevich Foundation, the Rapid City Public Schools Foundation and the South Dakota Arts Council.

Curriculum is made possible in part from a grant from the South Dakota Arts Council. SDAC support is provided with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism, and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Rapid City Public School Foundation and Black Hills Community Bank also support the curriculum project.

South Dakota DOE - Oceti Sakowin Essential Understandings and Standards
(Essential Understanding 1 : OSEUS1, OSEU1)
(Essential Understanding 5 : OSEUS5, OSEU5)
OSEUS, OSEU

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