Ticket to Ride - Designing a Passport for 21st Century America
In this lesson, students consider ideas, images and words that might capture the American identity, then design an American passport for the 21st century that reflects their own vision of and for America.
Proving (a Theorem) and Disproving (a Theory). Applying the Pythagorean Theorem to Real Life
In this lesson, students share thoughts about careers and gender roles. They then work together to prepare a proof of the Pythagorean theorem and synthesize their learning by preparing a creative representation of Pythagoras' ideas.
Creative Writing - Teaching Grammar and Writing Principles through the Arts
In this lesson, students will reflect on the ways they have been taught grammar. By composing original songs, dances, poems, skits or artwork, students explore ways to teach writing and grammar creatively and effectively.
U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child Lesson Modules
In recognition of the historic 18th Birthday of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), we have assembled a human rights education media environment to help introduce the CRC to learners. Our intended audience is young adults, middle school through early college. The components include an interactive workshop on the CRC which can be easily facilitated in a single class period, background information on the Convention, the text of the CRC including a shortened child-friendly version
Ethnic Discrimination Curriculum
This lesson explores discrimination based on ethnicity. The lesson is in three sections, each framed by guiding questions such as: What is ethnicity? How is it different from nationality? What is my ethnic identity? What are some of the causes and impacts of ethnic discrimination? What is being done to address ethnic discrimination? What can I do?
Discrimination Based on Race Curriculum
This lesson explores discrimination based on race. The lesson is in three sections, each framed by guiding questions such as: What is race? What are my beliefs about racial differences? What are some of the causes and impacts of racial discrimination? What is being done to address Racial discrimination? What can I do?
Artistic Practices and Techniques from Europe and North America Favoring Social Cohesion and Peace
This booklet about teaching through art education integrates topics such as peace, tolerance and interpersonal communication as well the treatment of psychological aspects in a post conflict environment through creativity and artistic language.
Students will create a self-portrait showing value and emotion. Students will gather information about color and emotion through different handheld applications.
Research, Production, and Presentation of Abstract and Pop Art
Students will be introduced to Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art using both print materials, Take 5 Art prints and the Illusion4 Palm OS program. The Illusion4 program will serve as a way to bridge the gap between objective and non-objective art and the story or messages found in paintings.
Reacting to Literature
Students will do two activities relating to a book that they enjoyed. They will all review the book using BooksLog. Half of the students will then use Sketchy to illustrate a key action scene in the book. The other half of the students will use PicoMap to create a web describing three main characters in the book.
Op Art and Contrast
Students will learn about and create Op art designs by reading web information through FlingIt, mapping learned concepts with PicoMap, and creating how-to examples of their own Op art design by using Sketchy. Students will complete the lesson by creating their own Op art design on paper.
Note Names and Piano Games
Students review letter names of notes and their placement on a piano keyboard. They play short melodies, using correct rhythms.
Mondrian: Rectangles, Squares, & Balance, Oh My!
Students will go online and learn about Piet Mondrian, by answering questions from a “Master” list. Students will then use “Clickomania”, first look at the Geometric patterns, and then to record them on scratch paper. Then we will use “QDraw” to make rectangles and squares, using textures for different color representation. Next students will use “Draw!!” to sketch out the best parts of their “QDraw”ing. We will finish the unit by creating a piece of art based on Mondrian’s
Meet the Instruments of the Orchestra
Students read a short description of the four families of instruments and characteristics of each family. Students use Concept Mapping to unscramble instruments of the orchestra and arrange them into families. Students also take a quiz over various instruments. This activity is designed to be used at a music center as review and practice.
Students gain knowledge about the proportions of the face and use a graph to draw a self portrait based upon artists throughout history.
Color Theory and Using Layers
Students will use the following activities to review the color wheel/theory that they have learned in previous art classes. With this knowledge they will begin to incorporate their color theory into simple sketches on their handheld. The program that they will use will help them learn the importance of using layers, which will help when the students begin work with Photoshop.
Angles in Art Lesson
Students will use the Angles program on their handheld. They will use the angles from the Angles program to create a non-objective artwork. Students will look at images by famous artists and discover that artists use angles in art.
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