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Creating a Community Timeline Part 2 - Student Activity Creating a Community Timeline Part 2 - Student Activity Presentation Transcript

  • Digital Resources Locating Audio and Visual Texts to Incorporate into our Community Timeline
  • Sloan’s New York
    • Choose a sketch or painting that caught your attention at the Sloan's New York exhibit at www.johnsloansnewyork.org
    • Analyze it using the visual art analysis steps
    • Describe how New York was like or unlike our community
    The Haymarket by John Sloan (1907) from Seeing the City: Sloan’s New York http://www.johnsloansnewyork.org/gallery/haymarket.html?gallery=0&view=thumbs
  • Digital Library
    • Our county has a collection of over 5,000 photographs chronicling our history.
    • Explore the web site
    • Try searching using keywords, dates, and locations
    • Select and analyze at least three images from this site
    • http:// www.digitalforsyth.org
  • Historical Highway Markers
    • View History On a Stick
    • Select a Highway Marker
    • Highlight Significant information
    • Create a list of important words
    • Turn them into a Found Poem
    • Describe why this person, place, or event is important to our community
    From http://www.ncmarkers.com
  • Historical Highway Markers
    • Rams
    • Red and white
    • Old Institution that supports all
    • Red and White
    • Enter to learn, Depart to Serve
    • Departments grow with time
    • A University in 1969
    • WSSU
    • Winston-Salem State University reflects our city’s commitment to create opportunities for all to attain a higher education. Our city has shifted from an industrial community to one based in business and technology due to the increasing education of our population.
  • Winston-Salem Dash Baseball
    • League Catches Fans Using Quirky Names, Mascots by NPR
    • DASH Mascott
      • by Jeff Tibirii
    • Suggest a name for our team at:
    • http:// imandalay.com/ws/mascot /