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[teacherartexchange] warm ups


From: marcia (marciadotcom_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Oct 28 2006 - 22:13:51 PDT

Judy and Heather,
I love this idea. Thanks for sharing! This could even
be an idea for early finishers. Marcia
> Dear Art Educators,
> Heather sent me her file for the warm-up. This will
> be on line for a short time.
> She posted that she used The Scream....
> The last column doesn't show up - you can get the
> idea.
> This is what Heather sent to me:
> For some reason, my scanner wouldn't pick up the
> last column on "The Scream."
> Prior to this, I'd been drawing either drawing 4
> small pictures/patterns on
> the board and having them recreate them on their
> worksheets, or letting them
> come up w/ original pictures based on whatever we'd
> been studying (contour
> drawings, patterns w/ geometric shapes, etc).
> All I did was print out the coloring page from
> and grid it with
> the same # of squares as the worksheets. Monday, I
> drew the 1st row of "The
> Scream" on the board, and they drew it on
> corresponding row on the
> worksheet. Tuesday was the second row, etc. An
> easier method would be to
> copy the gridded picture onto a transparency, and
> then use the overhead -
> but I don't have one.
> I offered extra credit to those who could ID the
> artist and title of the
> picture by Friday. After they drew the final row, I
> had a mini presentation
> and PowerPoint on Munch.
> I think that this project would be suitable to
> younger grades if the line
> drawings were simplified a bit. This one had LOTS
> of lines for sky and
> background - if I were to do it for anyone younger
> than 6th grade, I would
> have left out some of the background lines.
> Anyway, it went over well. I had kids asking all
> sorts of questions, and a
> few wanted to do more research on Munch. I was able
> to relate it to a few
> different areas - current events (the recent
> recovery), science - the
> tuberculosis that plagued his family and the volcano
> eruption that caused
> the red skies...overall, it was a great success.
> Heather Hayes

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