We are looking for talented instructors and artists to teach classes. Our schedule is open for a variety of proposals from all arts disciplines — visual arts, music, drama, dance, poetry and more. We have two classrooms that accommodate 20 students or more and a large multipurpose room with mirrors that can be used for drama, dance and movement. For more information and to apply, please click on the following links:
Curriculum Unit for the 4th Grade: 34 Lesson Plans
Written by Dr. Brenda Betts and her students, Department of Teacher Education, CSU Stanislaus
This Curriculum Unit includes 34 lesson plans for Ansel Adams CALIFORNIA, our inaugural exhibition. Its purpose is to provide 4th grade teachers and students with interesting and informative lesson plans, so that students might learn more about Adams and the subjects he photographed during his remarkable career. He was concerned about many issues during his lifetime that are still relevant today. This unit is divided into eight sections: California, Yosemite, WWII Japanese-American Internment, Water, Farming, Conservation, Geology, and Memorabilia. Click here for the complete Curriculum Unit.
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