Aubrey McGuire Lauren Morrow Liz Nicoletti. Exploring Culture and Identity Through Artifacts. When you hear the word “artifact”, what do you think of?. Discussion question. Which picture represents an artifact?. http:// www.google.com /images/hl= en&biw =1015&bih=635&gbv=.
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“Artifacts represent especially direct entryways into cultural inquiry and criticism for they are often ordinary, familiar, multiple, and integrated into everyday life” (pg. 282).Article definition:
Looking at cultural objects of others, students become “anthropologists”
They find meaning and cultural expression within the artifactArtifacts and children
Choose one person from each group to share their artifact with the class
Why did you draw that artifact?
What does the artifact mean to you?Discussion of artifact