Blues Trail Curriculum
The Mississippi Blues Trail Curriculum project brings the blues to the classroom, where today’s youth can learn more about this original art form as well as of the experiences of the men and women behind the music.
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Footprints in the Dust: The Natchez Trace
Drawn from original resource materials developed by Althea Jerome, Kathryn Lewis, and Linda Whittington, the arts-integrated lessons included in this curriculum focus on the geographical, historical, social, and economic development of the Natchez Trace.
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Download the original Whole Schools Initiative Interactive, Interdisciplinary Thematic Unit “Footprints in the Dust~The Natchez Trace”
Mississippi History Through the Arts
A curriculum 200 years in the making, Mississippi History through the Arts: A Bicentennial Curriculum connects our past to our future and is appropriate for students from elementary to high school.
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Moving Toward the Art of Good Health
Moving Toward the Art of Good Health incorporates ballroom dancing into the student’s daily curriculum to ensure the health and well-being of Mississippi’s students.
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