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  • Personal Treasures - … communicated. Have students take turns sharing their drawings while the class guesses what the drawings communicate. 5. Ask students who are observing … to be specific about the subject matter of their drawings. Define the word "drawing" as a work of art on paper. List … and objects. Include an example of a still-life drawing and a portrait drawing. Number the artworks so students can refer to … and Writing Checklist ___ Student drew a still-life drawing or a portrait drawing of his or her personal treasure. ___ Student …
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  • What Portraits Say - … to determine general proportions and how to draw the human face. Have students practice drawing their own faces using your framework and … normally would. Help students by: Asking general questions about their drawings; Listening to their concerns; Coaching; Repeating parts of your demonstration … tall skinny triangles or short and slanting triangles (Draw some examples for them.) Draw your nose triangle very lightly or as a …
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  • Shape to Form - … to show different views rather than the quantity of drawings. To assess drawing skills, develop rubrics and criteria that fit the needs … Day Two 4. Review the students' shape drawings and demonstrate contour and gesture drawings on the board. Discuss how different artists approach … copies of Attachment A, Different Views, and drawing paper, as needed. Encourage students to draw more views of their animals; individual parts …
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  • The First Artists - … abstract manner or in younger students' symbolic drawing language? Some sixth-graders revert to stylized drawings ("My Little Pony" horses) or are … The First Artists Grade Six Interdisciplinary Lesson Direct Instruction: Demonstrating drawing and painting--modeling leads to improved production skill. Teaching visual … cave art examples provided. Utilized reference photographs to create a drawing of an identifyable animal clearly in motion. Symbolism and secondary …
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  • Writing Original Directions - … , however, due to strategies they used during the drawing phase. Ask why their drawings are not right. Discuss whether these are "good … , effective directions, he or she may continue participating in the drawing/conferencing phase. Differentiated Instructional Support: Instruction is differentiated according to … : Creating graphic representations (organizers) Making physical models Generating mental pictures Drawing pictures and pictographs Engaging in kinesthetic activity 7 Writing Original …
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  • Generating Ideas for Writing Using a Sketch Journal ... - … their Idea Walk. I.e., "Billy might draw about the slide, but Jennifer might draw about the seesaw." they are going to … they return to the classroom. Tell students to use drawing paper to draw a more complete picture of one of their sketches … , crayons) and ask students to make their drawings. 13. Upon completion of their drawings, have students write on their own or dictate … , Sketch Journals (one per student) constructed from six sheets of drawing paper stapled together with each student's name written on …
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  • Shapes Galore! - … do not need to draw another smaller or larger square. Students drawing more than six shapes can draw additional shapes on the back … for the additional shape. 1. In box one, draw a red square. Then, draw a green triangle to the right of the … left of the circle. 4. In box four, draw a red rectangle. Then, draw a green pentagon far from the rectangle. 5 … name shape characters. Provide a blank sheet of drawing paper and have them draw a large shape. 12. Summarize the lesson by …
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  • Scale Up or Down - … a scale and use grid paper (Attachment A) to draw the scale drawing of each floor. (Use the horizontal measurements length and … their scale drawings. The drawings should include the scale and the measurements used to complete the drawings. Monitor students and observe drawings to determine … scale factor Technology Connections: Use software programs that have drawing capabilities to draw objects proportionally using a specific scale factor. Use an …
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  • Investigating Ohio's Environment - … evidence and suggest alternative explanations. Post-Assessment: 1. Have students draw animals that can live in a water environment. Ask students … Technology Standards. The in-class creation of a simulated wetland draws students' interest through experiential learning. Teachers can further this lesson … physical models; Generating mental pictures; 8 Our Grasslands Grade Two Drawing pictures and pictographs; Engaging in kinesthetic activity. Cooperative-learning grouping …
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  • Weather and The Water Cycle - … includes the following: Creating graphic representations (organizers); Making physical models; Drawing pictures and pictographs. Cooperative learning grouping has a powerful effect … : Creating graphic representations (organizers); Making physical models; Generating mental pictures; Drawing pictures and pictographs; Engaging in kinesthetic activity. Setting objectives and … their learning in a postassessment that challenges them to draw weather fronts, and draw and describe the types of clouds and weather …
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