Ourselves (Foundation Themes) ePub download
by Sally Gray
- ISBN: 0439971187
- ISBN13: 978-0439971188
- ePub: 1949 kb | FB2: 1114 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
- Publisher: Scholastic (March 19, 2004)
- Pages: 96
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 417
- Format: doc lrf lrf lit
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Photographer Sally Mann's book Hold Still is one of the great portraits of the American South. Written in her pitch perfect prose style, it is a textbook of illumination and desire for anyone who hears the siren call of art beckoning to them. It's southern to the bone, hell on wheels. But what the book can show us, and which largely escapes orality, is the critical ability that Sally has, culturally critical, and the clarity of concepts. The book touches fundamental themes of our human condition, such as death, love, beauty and racism.
This series of books will provide practical activities based on popular themes. Each book will provide ideas for using a theme across all six Areas of Learning. The books will be organised to provide chapters on different elements of the chosen theme with activities supporting a range of the appropriate Stepping Stones and Early Learning Goals.
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