Gender Studies ID-20 Ms. Lindsay Aim: What is the final project for this Identity Unit? Do Now: On your own, answer the question: “Who am I?” based on all the parts of identity we have learned about in this unit. (GENDER, RACE, CLASS, RELIGION, ABILITY, FAMILY STRUCTURE, SEXUALITY, NATIONALITY) HW Due Today: Family structure worksheet
Do Now Model • • • • • • • • GENDER: Female –
RACE: White –
CLASS: Middle Class -
SEXUALITY: Heterosexual -
ABILITY: Able-Bodied, Able-Minded –
RELIGION: Agnostic –
NATIONALITY: United States –
FAMILY STRUCTURE: Co-custody family –
“Who Am I?” Project Due: ID-26 Oct. 28 for B & C / Oct. 29 for D & A • Create an art piece that represents you. Focus on as many pieces of identity as possible. The pieces you identify with THE MOST should be the MOST REPRESENTED in your piece. • You will also write a short piece that explains your art. In it, you will make DEEP CONNECTIONS to your personal life, big issues (relating to parts of your identity), and gender studies vocabulary.
• Remember to use creative student voice & check for spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors.
HOW LONG DOES IT HAVE TO BE?
Artistic poems must total 400 words.
four 100-word poems OR one 400-word poem
Written explanation must be 500 words.
• Praise poems Model Study • Visual art – drawing, painting, collage • Movie – play, scenes, images w/text • Performance art – song, dance, slam poems
Write down what type of art piece you want to create. Then, raise your hand. I want to read everyone’s ideas.
Make sure you know what TYPE of art you are creating & which PARTS OF IDENTITY will be included!