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All TIP Curriculum UnitsView by: Year | Seminar

Unit TitleAuthor


A Past and Present Look at Overbook

Rita Sorrentino
Keywords: History of Philadelphia Neighborhoods, Overbrook, social studies, Technology, West Philadelphia

Replicate the History of the Black Bottom

Myrtle Bastien
Keywords: Black Bottom, Private Homes & Properties, Residents, Urban Renewal, West Philadelphia

Slavery and the Health of Blacks in Philadelphia During The 18th Century

Keith Mitchell
Keywords: diseases, Health, Medical Care, Pathogenic Organisms, Pathogens, Slaves

Slavery in Philadelphia

Stephanie R. Wicks
Keywords: African Americans, Africans, Africans in Philadelphia, Fugitive Slave Laws, Gradual Abolition Act, History, Impact of Slavery, local, Slavery

The Art of Computer Animation and the Mathematics that Moves It

Cara Crosby
Keywords: animation, computer animation, mathematics, programming

Common Threads: Time and Textile

Pamela Toller
Keywords: Art, beliefs, Culture, Navajo, student awareness, symbolism, textile construction, traditions, weaving

Could We Learn Peace by Doing a Piece?

Kathryn Long
Keywords: design, discovery, History, murals, Philadelphia murals

Cultural Infusion: the Public Art of Philadelphia’s Chinatown

Maxine J. Tumaian
Keywords: Art, chinatown, Chinese, Chinese immigration, community, Dragon Mural, Philadelphia

The Impact of Advertising on Teenagers

Jacquelyn Massey
Keywords: advertising, advertising agencies, advertising strategies, business, communication, computer technology, graphic art

Langston Hughes, Romare Bearden and Comrades: Countering Negative Stereotypes through African American Arts Communities

Barbara McDowell Dowdall
Keywords: African American Artists, Art, Harlem Renaissance, Philadelphia, Visual Art

Linguistic meanings through figurative language in Langston Hughes’s poetry, Faith Ringgold’s quilts/textiles and Romare Bearden’s collages

Kemo Logan
Keywords: African American History, American History, Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, Romare Bearden

Visual Arts in Society: We Wear the Mask –Visual Arts and Literacy Project

Samuel A. Reed, III

“What Goes Around Comes Around: Body Painting /Tattooing in Societies Past and Present”

Sheila White

A Student Survey Market Research Project

James Bloomquist

Probabilities in the Poker Game – Curriculum Unit

Liliana Ciobanu

Pascal’s Triangle and the Binomial Theorem

Shuang-Ching Su

Algebraic Equations

Krishan L Wadhwa

The American Dream Redefined – How the Harlem Renaissance Questioned and Changed the Idea of the American Dream

Laura C. Jacklin
Keywords: History, Literature, maryann dicker, poetry, The Harlem Renaissance

A Celebration of African American Oral Tradition in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

Deborah Samuel
Keywords: African American oral traditions, The Harlem Renaissance, Zora Neale Hurston

Poetry and Music of the Harlem Renaissance and Today

Alexandra Volin Avelin
Keywords: African American activists, Alain Locke, poetry, The Harlem Renaissance