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Lesson Plans


Re: another Critique game

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Aaron and Jennifer (THEGREEN99)
Thu, 4 Nov 1999 19:34:44 -0500


I did a similar game with my students. We used some other catagories
like - most interesting, most creative.

Jennifer in Michigan
-----Original Message-----
From: The Austin's <whest177>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: another Critique game

>I have used a game with all levels (K-12) for critique. I made up packets
>containing "game tokens". Each game token is as follows:
>
>Money = this artwork cost the most $
>Clock= this artwork took the most time to make
>Blue Ribbon = this artwork would win a prize
>Smiley Face= I like this one the most
>House = my parents would hang this one in their living room
>"No" Symbol = I really don't like this one
>X = this artwork was the hardest to make
>
>I used clip art and mass copied it on colored paper, laminated it, and cut
>out the pieces. I only use this game for famous artworks. Students vote by
>placing the appropriate tokens with the artworks they go with. You do not
>have to use all the tokens, but must use X number of them. This game is a
>non-threatening way to begin teaching students how to critique an artwork,
>or to add spice to critiques for those more experienced. I love the
>discussions that inevitably spark up! I also find it intriguing how the
kids
>will dislike an artwork that they feel their parents would hang in their
>homes! *L* Does anyone have any ideas for other tokens?
>Michal
>

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