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Re: critique worksheet -HS


From: Michelle H. Harrell (michelle_h_harrell_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 06 2001 - 03:12:52 PDT

I really like this worksheet and have been looking for something to guide my
groupwork when we discuss artworks. I use art history all the time but have
a difficult time facilitating small group discussions on artworks. Since
this is an entire entry on NBPTS, I know it's an area I need to work on.

By the way, how do you grade them on this? Do you have a rubric or do you
just use the worksheet as a checklist for the things they need in their
paper. Mich

Michelle H. Harrell
Southeast Raleigh High School
Center for Accelerated Studies
Raleigh, North Carolina

From: "Deb Mortl" <>
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Subject: critique worksheet -HS
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2001 21:53:46 -0500

Hi -
Here is the critique worksheet I give my painting students - we talked about
this ages ago and I got a lot of requests for a copy. I tired to send it to
the yahoo list but it didn't work. I'm glad the getty is running again.
ANyway, what I do is go over the questions while showing a slide, and I have
the students elaborate on each question by asking "Why?" after every
response - then they do this when they are writing their paper too. It
helps them think more about the piece - instead of just saying "It's
horizontal" they have to decide why the artist painted it like that, etc. I
have them write conversationally, as if they were discussing the painting
with someone. Most papers end up around 3-4 pages typed.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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