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  • Observing connections: Changing landscapes (Lesson 2) - … of three in which students are creating art based on their observations: Observing Connections - Art, Poetry, and the Environment (Lesson 1); Observing … show how human activity has transformed the American landscapes. The Art From Yesterday to Today presentation compares and contrasts artwork showing … applying media, techniques, and processes. Objective 2.01: Use additional art media, techniques and processes, which may include: Drawing - charcoal Printmaking …
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  • Observing connections: Art, poetry and the environment (Lesson 1) - … in the United States dedicated to studying and exhibiting folk art Art Safari allows students to explore the collection and create their … -activities Students will explore art at the Museum of Modern Art website and create their own art through the Art Safari. This site allows students to respond to art in the …
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  • Observing connections: North Carolina pottery and face jugs (Lesson 3) - … applying media, techniques, and processes. Objective 2.02: Use additional art media, techniques and processes which may include: Fibers - stitchery, a … applying media, techniques, and processes. Objective 2.01: Use additional art media, techniques and processes, which may include: Drawing - charcoal Printmaking … cohesive whole through knowledge of organizational principles of design and art elements.Objective 3.01: Recognize and apply the elements of …
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  • Mixing colors with Little Blue and Little Yellow - … . A lesson plan for grades K - 1 Visual Arts Education, English Language Arts, and Science By Learn more Related pages Butterfly metamorphosis … Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Butterfly metamorphosis is explored through art, math, and writing. Colorful fruit bowl: Students learn color theory … would model metamorphosis. Related topics Learn more about arts, colors, hands-on, language arts, mixing colors, paintings, primary, read-alouds, and secondary …
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  • Geometry and art: Art museum pre-visit - … with activities for kids. Related topics Learn more about arts and fine art. Help Please read our disclaimer for lesson plans. Legal … LEARN NC lesson plan database as: Geometry and art: Art museum visit Geometry and art: Art museum post-visit Comments This lesson was presented … have developed good observation skills. North Carolina Essential Standards Visual Arts Education (2010)Grade 1 1.CR.1 Use critical analysis … a variety of prompts. 2.CR.1.1 Use art terminology to describe art in terms of subject and physical characteristics. 2 …
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  • Geometry and art: Art museum post-visit - … -activities Students will need to complete the lesson "Geometry and Art: Art Museum Visit." Students will need to know simple word processing … math, writing, and visual arts. The other two lessons, Geometry and art: Art museum pre-visit and Geometry and art: Art museum visit can be … a variety of prompts. 2.CR.1.1 Use art terminology to describe art in terms of subject and physical characteristics. 2 …
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  • Geometry and art: Art museum visit - … are represented in their collage. Related topics Learn more about art, fine art, geometry, mathematics, museum education, and shapes. Help Please read … should complete the lesson preceding the visit entitled Geometry and art: Art museum pre-visit students will need to be able to … other two lessons are entitled Geometry and art: Art museum pre-visit and Geometry and art: Art museum post-visit. Comments This lesson was …
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  • Japanese tea ceremony: A critique for screens and scrolls - … dishes or flower arrangements for the ceremony. Ackland Art Museum Collections include asian art. Related pages Describing Japanese screens and scrolls through … unit plan is to introduce descriptive aspects of art criticism, while teaching the art and culture of Japan. Students create illustrations of … unit in itself. North Carolina Essential Standards Visual Arts Education (2010)Advanced Visual Arts A.CR.1 Use critical analysis to generate …
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  • Describing Japanese screens and scrolls through images - … unit plan is to introduce descriptive aspects of art criticism, while teaching the art and culture of Japan. Students create illustrations of … drawings and text. Related topics Learn more about Asia, Japan, arts, fine art, hands-on, paintings, reading, screen paintings, scroll paintings, and … was very successful. North Carolina Essential Standards Visual Arts Education (2010)Advanced Visual Arts A.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal …
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  • Describing Japanese Screens and Scrolls Through Words - … unit plan is to introduce descriptive aspects of art criticism, while teaching the art and culture of Japan. Students create illustrations of … other cultures. Related topics Learn more about Asia, Japan, arts, description, fine art, hands-on, screen paintings, scroll paintings, and social studies … StumbleUpon Learning outcomes Students will: demonstrate an understanding of the art and culture of Japan through class discussion. practice observational skills …
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