Lessons for Sculpture

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  • Introduction to Maps/Geography The 50 States Unit - … resources. Assessment: The teacher will collect the sculptures of the United States and assess the sculptures using a checklist. (See Attached) Advance … group is going to create a clay sculpture of the United States. When the clay sculptures are dry, the students will use … groups will create their sculpture of the United States. (Gardner: Visual-Spatial) The teacher will explain that the sculptures will be graded …
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  • Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans - … . This six-foot sculpture portrays the saint victorious in combat. The piece can basically be divided into the sculptures of the saint … display. Function Sculptures, such as Saint James on Horseback, were sometimes made for wealthy households containing a small chapel. Sculptures, like their … made with creating this sculpture. Questions could include: + What colors did the artist use? + What sections of the sculpture contain the most …
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  • Ambitious Women Artists at Work - … do you notice first about this sculpture? What Brun else? How large do you think this sculpture is? (It is 69 in … do you think this sculpture is made out of? (polychromed pine and cedar wood with glass eyes) This sculpture is of a … type of art did the artist make? (e.g. paintings, sculptures, architecture, furniture, photographs, books; art made for churches, for individuals … about the artist affect your opinion or impressions of this sculpture/painting? What are some ways you think the artist's …
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  • Texas cowboys of the Capitol - … with the following information as an introduction to sculpture and monuments. 2. Commemorative sculptures and monuments are very prominent throughout the United … , state and local public sculptures or monuments that honor historical characters or events. 2. How public sculpture/monuments gets created a. It … study unit on commemorative sculpture and monuments for Grades 8-12. James Percoco and Michael Richman, Commemorative Sculpture in the United States …
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  • Negative/Positive Space - … sculpture Clear sealer to stiffen the three-dimensional sculpture Papier-mache supplies to give students several options for his/her three-dimensional sculpture Tissue paper (various colors) to go over wire or papier-mache sculpture Construction paper (various colors) to be used for three-dimensional sculpture or one-dimensional background Clear …
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  • Positive/Negative Space - … sculpture * Clear sealer to stiffing the three dimensional sculpture * Papier-mache supplies to give students several options for his/her three dimensional sculpture * Tissue paper (various colors) to go over wire or papier-mache sculpture * Construction paper (various colors) to be used for three dimensional sculpture or one dimensional background * Clear …
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  • Money Makes It Easier - … the compound to make sculptures and then barter with each other. 5. Instruct students to create quality sculptures that will appeal to … : Was it easier to trade sculptures with or without money? Explain how using money made trading sculptures easier. Standard 4 What are the characteristics of money? Are your sculptures money? Explain how you know that your sculptures are …
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  • Exploring Art - … being played. When the music stops, freeze like statues. Create sculptures using PlayDoh or modeling clay. Create your own family portrait … /~mharden/artchive/ftptoc/rodin ext.html IBM Corporation Page 12 ü "Sculpture for the Blind (Beginning of the World)" by Constantin Brancusi … /wm/paint/auth/michelangelo/michelangelo.david.jpg * To see other sculpture by Michelangelo, go to "Carol Jackson's Fine Art: Michelangelo …
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  • News For You: Creative Can Sculptures Help Feed the Hungry - … printable copy of this News for You story. Creative Can Sculptures Help Feed the Hungry Subjects Arts & Humanities --Architecture --Visual Arts Mathematics --Applied Math --Geometry Grades Grades 2-up News Content Sculptures built from cans of food highlight the annual "Canstruction" competition … you tell what materials these sculptures are made from? Why do you think people are building these sculptures? News Words Introduce the …
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  • Resources for Teachers - Lesson Plans - … the process in indigenous cultures of Mexico, and how the sculpture as a whole represents European and indigenous traditions. describe the … . Michael, the Archangel While viewing a large image of this sculpture, the students will describe the subject matter and discuss that … . What sections of the sculpture contain the most detailed decorative elements? 2. What steps go into creating a sculpture? Students will note …
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