Chapter 4 lesson 2

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Chapter 4 lesson 2

  1. 1. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and Wood Focus Question: How was wood important to the Kwakiutl.KEY TERMS:Totem Pole - wooden pole decorated with figures.Ceremony - an act that is performed in honor of an importantevent.
  2. 2. Kwakiutl Wood Carving Objects they carved Use in Ceremoniescanoes carved masks totem-pole totem raisings poles and rattles
  3. 3. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and WoodReview Questions:1. How was wood important to the Kwakiutl?
  4. 4. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and WoodReview Questions:2. How would Kwakiutl life have been differentif these people had lived in a desert?
  5. 5. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and Wood Review Questions:3. How did the Kwakiutls ideas about natureaffect their art and ceremonies?
  6. 6. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and WoodBlue Questions:How did the Kwakiutl use wood in everyday life?Wood was used by the Kwakiutl to make canoes andtotem poles.How did the Kwakiutl use wood intheir cermonies?The masks, puppets, rattles, and totem poles used inKwakiutl ceremonies were made from wood.
  7. 7. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and Wood R Te evi rm ew s ing Ke y
  8. 8. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and WoodExploring Concepts: Kwaikutl Chart Where What was used? How was it used? houses, canoes, Forest wood or cedar dishes, toys and clothing. River or ocean fish or salmon food
  9. 9. Chapter 4-By the Shinning Sea Lesson 2 - Of Art and WoodExploring Concepts: Supporting Details... Statement Supporting Detail #1 Supporting Detail #2 The Kwakiutl did not waste fish. The Kwakiutl took When they caught The Kwakiutl were only what they more than they could careful not to pull needed from nature. eat, they dried the too much bark from extra fish and saved a cedar tree. them for winter food. The Kwakiutl made The Kwakiutl The Kwakiutl carved beautiful things. woodcarvers made and painted masks, beautiful totem poles rattles, and puppets and canoes. to use in ceremonies.

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