Art in Action, Volume 1
Sequential lessons explore the four art disciplines: aesthetic perception, creative expression, art heritage, and aesthetic valuing. Incorporates creation of art works by students in a variety of media and techniques. No art background for the teacher is assumed or required.
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Additional Teaching Materials applying art concepts Appreciating Art Students art concepts presented artists artworks by applying Ask the students bookboards chalk clay Cleanup collage construction paper crayons Creating Art Students decorations Discussion questions Encourage the students ENRICHMENT Lesson Variation evaluate students EVALUATING PROCEDURES Learning fabric feel Focus on Looking follow each step follow the steps following questions food coloring GUIDED TEACHING Lesson Jackson Pollock lary during oral LEARNING ENRICHMENT Lesson LEARNING OBJECTIVES Understanding LESSON PREPARATIONS Suggested Looking and Thinking Materials Each student OBJECTIVES Understanding Art oil pastels oral discussions patterns pieces PREPARATIONS Suggested Art Printmaking PROCEDURES Learning Outcomes puppets questions to evaluate scissors sculpture student will need Students can ask students criticize artworks students follow students show understanding students to evaluate Students will create Suggested Art Materials TEACHING Lesson Focus Tell the students texture tints and shades Understanding Art Students vocabu Vocabulary Watercolor paints York