• Daytona Beach, Florida. Bethune-Cookman College. Students using microscopes


The following lesson plans were created by teachers participating in the TPS Program at the University of the Arts and focus on curriculum topics for grades 9 - 12.

Title
Grade 
Every Picture Tells a Story: Photography
+ the Civil War
9-10
Creating Inspiration for Contemporary Panorama
By Analyzing Historical Primary Source Imagery
9-12
Photographs as Evidence Against Child Labor
9-12
Prints for Change
9-12
What is the American Dream?
9-12
Dwellings
11-12
Modern Tragedy: Fences by August Wilson
12
Introduction to Cartooning
9-12
Analyzing and Creating Political Cartoons
9-12
Introduction to Comic Terminology
9-12
Child Labor and Reform Efforts
10
Of Mice and Men: Historical Context
9-12
WPA Inspired Poster Art
9-12
Philadelphia Impressionism
11-12
Child Labor Gallery Walk
9-12
The Struggle for Suffrage and Equal Rights
10-12
Seasonal Change
11-12
Scientific Illustration
9-12
100 Years of Teenage Life Exhibit
9-10
Cyanotypes, Chemisty, and Plant Life
10-12
Inventions
9-10
Please Visit: 21st Century WPA Travel Posters
9-12
Cultural Criticism through Rhetorical Analysis of Advertisements
11
Mini Narratives
9-12
Images and Narrative Structure
11-12
Representations of History
9-12
Close Readings of Images that Persuade
9-12
A Day in the Life: A Photo Essay
9-12
City as Primary Source
9-12
Comparing Architecture from the library of Congress and AP Art History Curriculum Set to Local Architecture
12
   


 

To view more teacher-created lesson plans that utilize primary sources from the Library of Congress visit  http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/lessons/ .