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Pollution Concept Map
jenniferrogers
Grade(s): 7
Subject(s): Science
Concept(s): environment, technology, observation
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Rock Paintings
Jennifer Rogers, Science Teacher
Grade(s): 6
Subject(s): Science, Visual Arts
Concept(s): cycle, environment, investigation, observation, variation
The Rain Forest of Costa Rica
Jennifer Rogers, Science Teacher
Grade(s): 5
Subject(s): Science, Visual Arts
Concept(s): environment, interdependence, survival, variation
Weather Forecasting
Jennifer Rogers, Science Teacher
Grade(s): 7
Subject(s): Science, Visual Arts
Concept(s): environment, observation, variation
Properties of Clay
Jennifer Rogers
Grade(s): 6
Subject(s): Science, Social Studies, Visual Arts
Concept(s): environment, investigation, observation, variation
Putting Back the Pieces
Deborah Boxall, Chemistry Teacher
Grade(s): 6, 7, 8, 9
Subject(s): Science, Social Studies, Visual Arts
Concept(s): environment, part/whole, place, problem solving, time
Taming the Frontier
Zoe Voigt, Humanities Teacher
Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
Subject(s): Social Studies, Visual Arts
Concept(s): environment, perspective, place
Camille Pissarro
The Saint-Sever Bridge, Rouen: Mist
1896
Painting
Eugène Boudin
Trouville, The Jetties, High Tide
1876
Painting
John James Audubon
The Birds of America, Plate #231: "Long-billed Curlew"
1827-38
Print
John James Audubon
The Birds of America, Plate #26: "Carolina Parrot"
1827-38
Print
Jean-François Millet
Peasant Spreading Manure
1854-1855
Painting
Martin Johnson Heade
Lotus Flowers: A Landscape Painting in the Background
circa 1885-1900
Painting
Roxy Paine
Askew
2009
Sculpture
Claude Monet
The Seine at Giverny, Morning Mists
1897
Painting
Ursula von Rydingsvard
Ogromna
2009
Sculpture
El Anatsui
Lines that Link Humanity
2008
Sculpture
Rob Amberg
A field of cut burley tobacco
1993; printed 2002
Photography
Elizabeth Matheson
North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, 1982
1982
Photography
Cornelis van Bellekin
Nautilus Shell Cup
second half of the 17th Century
Natural Substances

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