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  1.   The Aesthetics of Activism
...eir age group and community. Author(s): Annissa Hambouz, The New York Times Learning Network Javaid Khan, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City Suggested Time Allowance: 1 hour Objectives: Students will: 1. Analyze the 1987 poster design, SILENCE=DEATH, for its political message and aesthetic value. 2. Explore the topic of AIDS activism through artistic expression by reading and discussing "When Political Art Mattered." 3. Discuss the notion of political and social activism through art; brainstorm issues of political, social, or economic importance among their own age group and community; in pair...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  2.   Aesthetic, Celebrations, and Values
C hinese Shadow Puppet Play Provided by: Connie McKinley North Harrrison Middle School New Albany, IN Country/Region: China Purpose: Students will experience through role-play the art of shadow puppetry and will appreciate the role of oral traditions in Chinese history. Theme: Aesthetic, Celebrations, and Values Theme Statement: All people need things of beauty, times of leisure and celebration, and a sense of values and service in their lives. Related Themes: PPE, CCC, USGC Values: Cooperation, understanding and tolerance of differences, appreciation of cultural aesthetics, appreciation of...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  3.   The Relationship Between Zen And Haiku Aesthetics
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ZEN AND HAIKU AESTHETICS Grade Level This lesson is intended for an Area Studies program. It can be adjusted for grades 9-12. Purpose To examine how the aesthetics of Zen Buddhism affect the subject and literary form of the haiku. Concepts • Haiku – a brief poem in which the poet tries to share the moment directly with the reader;...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Japanese Aesthetics in Art and Literature
Japanese Aesthetics in Art and Literature Grade Level This lesson was written for an Asian Studies high-school class. It can be adapted for grades 9-12. Purpose To compare the general aesthetic principals of Western and Japanese ideals in art and literature. Concepts • Asymmetry--a lack of balance or correspondence of opposite...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   This lesson is meant to be used as a culminating activity for eighth grade students who have read the book Monster, by Walter Dean Myers. The students will be utilizing a new Web 2.0 application called Glogster to aesthetically convey information about th
Billboard 2.o for Walter Dean Myer's "Monster" Description: This lesson is meant to be used as a culminating activity for eighth grade students who have read the book Monster, by Walter Dean Myers. The students will be utilizing a new Web 2.0 application called Glogster to aesthetically convey information about the themes of the story as an alternative to (or in addition to) the traditional written book review. The format of the project is designed to be used as a platform that will help students connect and respond to the deeply emotional aspects of this story. The story itself is not...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  6.   Aesthetic Connections in Music and Visual Art ...
Aesthetic Connections in Music and Visual Art Grade 11 Ohio Standards Connection Fine Arts - Music Valuing Music/Aesthetic Reflection Benchmark C Develop and apply specific criteria for making informed, critical judgments about quality and effectiveness of music works both written and performed. Indicator 3 Evaluate m...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   The Photographic Image: Visual Communication and Aesthetic Preferences
The Photographic Image: Visual Communication and Aesthetic Preferences Mary Ruth Smith Lynn Marie Blinn, University of Houston, Houston, Texas Subject: Visual Literacy Grade: Higher Education "In summary, this study provided students an interdisciplinary opportunity to both explore and analyze family life situations through photographic interpretations." Purpose and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   Aesthetic Theories of Art
#3844. Aesthetic Theories of Art Art, level: Senior Posted Wed Nov 22 10:13:04 PST 2006 by Kerry O'Hern (kohern@tcusd.net). Temple City High School, Temple City Materials Required: see lesson plan Activity Time: 50 min. Concepts Taught: Aesthetic theories, vocabulary development, visual literacy Kerry O'Hern Temple City High...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Jacob Lawrence and the 'Blues Aesthetic' Neighborhood Patterns and Rhythms in Music & Art
The Whitney Museum of Art Over the Line Home Project Team Members Activities & Lesson Plans Project Resources Photo Gallery Schenectady City School District Title of Learning Experience: Jacob Lawrence and the 'Blues Aesthetic' 108 Neighborhood Education Patterns and Rhythms in Drive Music & Art Schenectady, NY 12303 518.370.8100 Standard Areas Art and Music NYS Standard 1 - Creating Art NYS Standard 4 - Understanding the Cultural contributions of the Arts ELA- NYS Standard 1 - Language for Information and Understanding Target Gra...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Aesthetics and Affect in Music from Around the World
Title: Aesthetics and Affect in Music from Around the World Grade Ranges: ___ K-4 _ _ 5-8 _X_ 9-12 Subject Tag: Art and Music: Music Synopsis: In this lesson, students have the opportunity to explore the sound and aesthetic properties of several different kinds of music from around the world. They reflect on the musical and...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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