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General Food for the Soul - Workshop Materials

Kay

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Hello! Thank you for attending my Food for Soul lesson workshop as part of AENJ's virtual Breakfast & a Workshop!
If you need any help at all you can email me at misskarendonnelly@gmail.com
Below you will find a link to a Google Drive folder which has all of the materials that you will need to teach your lesson.
Link to folder: CLICK HERE
In the folder you will find:
  • Food for the Soul Lesson Plan (grades 3-6)
  • Food for the Soul Lesson Plan (grades 9-12)
  • Food for the Soul Slides (with intro) - These are the added slides from the workshop in addition to the slides that you would show your students.
  • Food for the Soul Slides (all grades) - These are the slides that you would show your students.
  • Indigenous Activist List (grades 9-12) - This is a student material that connects that is part of the high school lesson. Use this as a resource for your high school students to pick an activist from, or they can select one on their own as deemed appropriate by you.
  • Preliminary Research (grades 9-12) - These are student materials that are part of the high school lesson to conduct preliminary research about students' chosen activist.
  • Portraying Native Americans - This is a phenomenal article published in the Texas Art Education Association Journal and was written by Native art educator Kimberly Johnson Rutledge.
In order to teach this lesson to students you will need:

Option 1 Material List (recommended)
Option 2 Material List​
Required:
· 1 Piece of corrugated cardboard (any size)
· Liquid glue bottle
· Pencil, black marker, or pen

Buy either:
· Goya Dried 16 Bean Soup Mix, 16 Oz. Bag

OR pick 3 or more of the following:
  • Pinto beans
  • Garbanzo Beans
  • Rice
  • Black Eyed Peas
  • Black Beans
  • White Northern Beans / Navy Beans
  • Red Kidney Beans
  • Coffee Beans (unground)
  • Corn Kernels (unbuttered, come in variety of colors)
  • Lentils
  • Oats (unflavored)
  • Pumpkin seeds (unflavored)
  • Sunflower seeds (unsalted or salted)
  • Green Peas (split or unsplit)
  • Yellow Peas (split or unsplit)
  • Barley✱
  • Bay leaves
  • Peppercorns
  • Anise stars

✱ Denotes that the food is not gluten free

Note: Nuts are strongly discouraged if you want to use your collage as a teacher example with your students; some students may have nut allergies.
Required:
· 1 Piece of corrugated cardboard (any size)
· Liquid glue bottle
· Pencil, black marker, or pen

Buy or have available 1 or more of the following:
· Wood beads in varied colors
· Glass beads in varied colors
· Plastic beads in varied colors
 
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