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Awesome Afro-Am Women: Pilot Bessie Coleman (Black History Drawing Class)
Do you love flying & being creative? Let's celebrate an Awesome African-American Woman who defined "cool flying" by drawing Pilot Coleman in an old-school plane. We'll talk about her training, airplane tricks and travels. Black History fun!
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55 minute class
Are you ready to discover 28 Awesome African-American women? In this class, students will draw an awesome woman as a way to celebrate Black History Month. Black History Month is every February in the USA. It is a time celebrate, appreciate and understand the contributions of African-Americans in society. Students of different drawing abilities are able to enjoy this class as the Travel Girl is drawn using shapes and lines. Travel Girl is a character created by Teacher MoMo. The Travel...
Students will strengthen their appreciation and understanding of contributions made by Black America. By drawing the looks inspired by Awesome African-American Women, students will enhance their creativity and artistic skills.
I have celebrated Black History Month all my life; thus, I am very aware of the celebration and the African-Americans who are regarded as influential people in the Black community. In addition, I have a BA in Sociology from UCLA in Los Angeles. I also have a Graduate Certificate in Gender Studies from USC in Los Angeles. With a combination of real life experiences and cultural studies in college, I am eager to share the beauty of my diverse community through drawing of my original character, Travel Girl .
1.) Color and post the drawing to the classroom 2.) Complete the "Travel Girl's Diary" worksheet and write about "a day in the life" of their Travel Girl.
** color pencils, paper, pencil, eraser
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
If requested, student can receive an informal assessment of the final drawing and completed homework.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
*Note: This class is part of a series where students can learn about 28 Awesome African-American women to celebrate Black History in the USA.
Meet the teacher
I am passionate about teaching appreciation of our world's cultures, societies, and people in a fun and engaging way that will spark a lifelong curiosity about our global community and a desire to be active and productive community members. I...