Lesson Plan

Can Girls Do That?

This Can Girls Do That? lesson plan also includes:

Why be limited by stereotypes? Young scholars examine a series of works of art, list the different ways boys and girls are represented, and then discuss the common stereotypes found in the works. They then search for art that does not feature these stereotypes. Finally, class members create a portrait that demonstrates that "Everyone Can!"

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Coordinate the lesson with a member of the art department
  • Conduct a gallery walk of student-created "Everyone Can" portraits
Classroom Considerations
  • Younger learners may have difficulty locating non-stereotypical art works; consider preselecting works and providing pupils with those links
Pros
  • Includes detailed instructions for how to access the images through the Wadsworth Public Portal
  • Also included are notes about each of the paintings used in the lesson
Cons
  • None