Lessons for Graffiti

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  • Protecting Biodiversity - … : Subjects Social Studies Geography Science Summary Students will create a graffiti poster that represents their prior knowledge of biodiversity and then … about biodiversity and present their collective knowledge on a graffiti poster. The graffiti can be words, sentences, sketches, graphs, poems, songs, numbers … . When they are done, have them look back at the graffiti poster gallery and reflect on what they have learned. Have …
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  • Chile Peru agreement - … time to copy your boardwork into their notebooks. in detention graffiti (n, uncountable) a national heritage an accomplice (n) a breakthrough … match them correctly with the definitions. 1. in detention 2. graffiti 3. a national heritage 4. an accomplice 5. a breakthrough … detentions' 2. False - Paragraph 1 says 'The boy...spray painted graffiti on an Inca wall...The other had been charged with …
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  • Brainstorms! Graphic Organizers & the Writing Process - … do this type of specialized brainstorming is to use the Graffiti method. * Characters (divide chart into three sections, labeled "Detectives," "Witnesses … for are commonly the most valuable." -Francis Bacon Group Work: Graffiti Brainstorm Tape five large sheets of chart paper or poster … that reason, more time should be given to the first graffiti session, and less time for the remaining four. You may …
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  • Chile Peru agreement - … time to copy your boardwork into their notebooks. in detention graffiti (n, uncountable) a national heritage an accomplice (n) a breakthrough … match them correctly with the definitions. 1. in detention 2. graffiti 3. a national heritage 4. an accomplice 5. a breakthrough … detentions' 2. False - Paragraph 1 says 'The boy...spray painted graffiti on an Inca wall...The other had been charged with …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Modern Messages - … , tangible, prevalent, arraignment, modernism, provocations Extension Activities: 1. Explore how graffiti has emerged as a viable form of art. [For starters, read "The History of New York City Graffiti" by Willy F ( http://www.mapsites.net/gotham/es/_willyfriedman_es.html).] Search for examples of graffiti art on the Web, then write a review describing how …
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  • Art & The Berlin Wall - … Berlin Wall Art and Graffiti. Look at other artists who contributed work to the wall. Examples: Unknown artists, Graffiti artists. STEP 4 … work on wood. Create art work through spray painting type graffiti procedure. STEP 6 Assess student's knowledge of the Cold … . How well do they understand Keith Haring, unknown artists and Graffiti artists statements and ideas about political issues. Were students actively …
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  • Using Technology to Analyze and Illustrate Symbolism in Night - … an image? 2. Show students how to use the Literary Graffiti tool. They should use it to quote from the passage … . Students should print their graffiti when they finish. back to top Session 3 1. Hang the Literary Graffiti drawings around the room … EXTENSIONS back to top STUDENT ASSESSMENT/REFLECTIONS Assess the Literary Graffiti drawings. These are successful if the student has chosen an …
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  • Many Chairs, One Table - … universal. 1. Keith Haring 2. Hieroglyphics 3. Aboriginal Art 4. Graffiti Art (Tags) 5. Ghana symbols Questions For Discussion 1. What … of the "signature" in our culture. 1. John Hancock 2. Graffiti Artists- Daze & Koor Discussion about poetry and art, how words … as lines disassociated from their meanings? 7. Name some elements graffiti artists have used. (Block and bubble letters) 8. How do …
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  • Expressions of Identity: The Bond Between Culture and Art - … definition for art. 2) Draft community guidelines for muralismo vs. graffiti. Materials needed: ? Writing paper ? Pen, pencil Activities: 1) The teacher … , what is acceptable as muralismo, and what is unacceptable as graffiti. Students should use information and ideas from this chapter and … draft guidelines to define what constitutes muralismo and what constitutes graffiti? Book: Latino Arts and Their Influence in the United States …
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  • Voting! What's It All About? - … , articles, and other things they can use to create a graffiti wall about voting. They create a chart listing what they … chart and the graffiti wall. Finally, students use the notes and materials they have collected to create the graffiti wall. They write … ). Collaborating as they research the election process and compose their graffiti wall, students participate in the cooperative learning experiences which Dale …
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