Strategies to Integrate the Arts in Language Arts
Gain a better understanding of why and how to use the arts to reach and engage students beyond traditional arts courses! This teacher-friendly resource for integrating the arts into curriculum provides practical, arts-based strategies for teaching language arts content. Overview information and model lessons are provided for each strategy and ideas are provided for grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. The strategies for arts integration addressed in the book allow teachers to make language arts integration and instruction come alive. Teachers will gain a clear understanding of the arts influence in making content-area instruction meaningful and relevant for all students to best meet their needs.
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_____________________________________ Date _______________ Additional ideas allows students aloud Altered Books Arts Integration Ask students Ballad of Johnny chant character’s feelings choose Choreography classroom concepts cont creative movement develop Dialogue Poems drama elements Embodiment Encourage students example Explain to students found sounds Georgia O’Keeffe Grade Level Ideas graphic novel Graphic Organizer gurative language ideas are provided images improvisations Invite students Jean Craighead George Johnny Appleseed learning Level Ideas K–2 main idea Marilyn Singer mash-up Model Lesson Overview monologue Movement Ideas movement phrases moving statues Name _____________________________________ Date narrative nonction nonfiction onomatopoeia perspectives Planner Planning Questions plot poetry Questions for Discussion retelling reverso rhyme rhythm Sample scene share Shell Education small groups snapshots soundscape Specific Grade Level Standards K–2 strategy strong verbs students explore tableaux Tell students theme thinking understand variety visual art voice wolves are back wordless books words