Barbara Locklear has been teaching in Schools, Libraries, Museums, Collages, Universities and Festivals for more than three decades delighting, entertaining, and educating audiences of all ages. All programs and classes are curriculum based and linked to American Indian History, Art, Storytelling,
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Presentation of American Indian Artifacts and History
This is an extensive exhibit of traditional American Indian Artifacts and discussion on the items, how they were made, and materials used to make them as well as their use and value in Indian culture. Students participate by telling what they think particular items are used for or made from. Students get an introduction to American Indian History and culture as well as understand the Native... View more
One six ft. table, chair, microphone for large group and electrical outlet or cord.
Any area. Teaching Artists can make an exhibit and have students go to her.
One presentation in CMS, and surrounding area $300.00. If including in residency will negotiate accordingly. This presentation can be a stand-a-lone lesson. OR (NOTE) Recommended! It may also be included with any of the American Indian art projects and lessons.
SL 3. Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to clarify comprehension, gather additional information, or deepen understanding of a topic or issue
SL 4. Tell a story or recount an experience with appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details, speaking audibly in coherent sentences.
SL.5. With guidance and support from adults and peers, focus on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing.
K.G.2 Understand the interaction between humans and the environment
K.G2.2 Explain ways people use environmental resources to meet basic needs and wants (shelter, food, clothing, etc.).
K.C.1 Understand how individuals are similar and different K.C.1.1 Explain similarities in self and others.
K.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
K.CX.1.2 Recognize that art can depict something from the past (long ago) or present (today).
1.H.1 Understand that history tells a story of how people and events changed society over time
1.H.1.2 Explain the importance of folklore and celebrations and their impact on local communities
1.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts
1CX.1.1 Recognize how visual arts are used in customs and traditions of various cultures
1.CX.2 Understand the interdisciplinary connections and life applications of the visual arts. 1.CX.2.1 Identify the role of functional art in various communities around the world.
2.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
2.CX.1.1 Exemplify visual arts representing the heritage, customs, and traditions of various cultures.
2.CR.1 Use critical analysis to generate responses to a variety of prompts. 2.CR.1.1 Use art terminology to describe art in terms of subject and physical characteristics 2.G.2 Understand the effects of humans interacting with their environment.
2.G.2.1 Give examples of ways in which people depend on the physical environment and natural resources to meet basic needs.
3.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
3.CX,1.2 Understand how art documents the history of the local community
3.CX, 2 Understand the interdisciplinary connections and life applications of the visual arts.
3.CX.2.1 Understand how artists fit or function within a society.
3.C.1 Understand how diverse cultures are visible in local and regional communities
3.C.1.3 Use non-fiction texts to explore how cultures borrow and share from each other (foods, languages, rules, traditions and behaviors).
4.H.1 Analyze the chronology of key historical events in North Carolina history.
4.H.1.1 Summarize the change in cultures, everyday life and status of indigenous American Indian groups in North Carolina before and after European exploration
4.G.1 Understand how human, environmental and technological factors affect the growth and development of North Carolina.
4.G.1.4 Explain the impact of technology (communication, transportation and inventions) on North Carolina’s citizens, past and present.
4,CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
4.CX.1.1 Understand how the visual arts have affected, and are reflected in, the culture, traditions, and history of North Carolina
5.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
5.CX.1.1 Understand how the visual arts have affected, and are reflected in, the culture, traditions, and history of the United States
5.CX.2 Understand the interdisciplinary connections and life applications of the visual arts
5.CX.2.4. Interpret visual images from media sources and the immediate environment. 5.H.1 Analyze the chronology of key events in the United States. 5.H. 1.1 Evaluate the relationships between European explorers (French, Spanish and English) and American Indian groups, based on accuracy of historical information (beliefs, fears and leadership).
Available upon request
In the event that school cancels there will be a charge of $100.00 to help cover cost of materials.