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  • 1. Exploring Identity: Inside and OutsideBy Brittany MeshbergSection 001
  • 2. Lesson Plan Basics! Title: “Boxing My Identity” Purpose Grade Level: 3rd Grade Lesson Length: 4.5 hours
  • 3. What Do I Want My Students to Learn? Objective: SWBAT exhibit an understanding of internal and external identity by creating a multi- media art identity box inspired by the work of Joseph Cornell using techniques of collage and assemblage with an array of mediums to represent aspects of identity that a person wishes to expose and hide from others.
  • 4. Materials Identity Mapping W.S.  Assorted Colored Felt Pencils  Glue: Tacky/ Glue Stick Square Cardboard box  Scissors (6x6x6)  Stickers/ Scrap Book Supplies Assorted Colored Construction Paper/ Card  Crayons/ Markers/ Colored Stock ( 7 squares-15.5 cm Pencils by 15.5 cm)  Found objects Images: Digital Photograph of your face (6.51 in x 4.88  Computer Access in)/ clip art/ web images Rulers
  • 5. Inspired Resources!
  • 6. Influence of Joseph Cornell
  • 7. Inspired Resources!
  • 8. Vocabulary!  Collage Identity  Found Object Multi Media Art  Representation Choice Assemblage
  • 9. Procedures Read aloud of Hansel and Gretel Class discussion about meaning of identity through the character of the witch. Scholastic Animation Video about Identity Identity Map Activity and peer discussion using “Turn and Talk Method” Introduce project / connection to Joseph Cornell After the activity is completed, a class presentation and reflection will follow
  • 10. External Finished Product!
  • 11. Inside Panels!
  • 12. My Assemblage!
  • 13. Assessment Informal  Formal  Mini conferences  Graded Rubric  Guided Practice  Scaffolding  Mapping Identity Worksheet  Reflection Discussion
  • 14. Example of Rubric
  • 15. Extensions/Modifications Science Integration: Students could learn about the human body, specifically the function of the internal organs Language Arts Integration: Have students compose a poem highlighting key aspects of their identity in conjunction with their box Materials/Additional Strategies: Try tempera paint, wrapping paper or collage to cover the outside of box Time: Break project into small chunks/ do over a course of a few days
  • 16. Web Resource Links! Joseph Cornell Website:  http://www.josephcornellbox.com/ Identity Mapping Activity  http://www.abc.net.au/talkitup/pdfs/Identity_Activities. pdf Identity Animation Video  http://www.scholastic.com/kids/oneworld/withaudio.htm Additional Identity Lessons  http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/elem/se lfport.htm