CERAMICSArt / ESL . . .
 
WORKSHEETS (PDFs)
Ceramics
Outcomes
Students will:

1. Explore the medium of Ceramics.
2. Reinforce their cultural worth through the exploration of the diverse cultural origins of ceramics.
3. Be assisted in their preparation for mainstream High School by extending their understanding of, and ability to manipulate the REGISTER of the Art-Room and the High School in general.
4. Be provided with the skills necessary to manipulate clay in order to achieve visual expression and communication.
Processes
perceiving, responding, manipulating,
organising, evaluating.

Learning experiences
DIRECT, IMAGINED, REMEMBERED, INTUITIVE
MEDIATED, QUALITIES and RELATIONSHIPS
Materials Equipment Resources
Ceramic Objects, Clay, Glazes, Kiln, Slides,
Video: Shoji Hamada

Making and Studying Artworks

DIRECT
Students are shown various ceramic objects. e.g. pots, plates, tiles, masks e.t.c.
Work done by past students and professional potters.

DIRECT
Slide Show with the emphasis being on the cultural origins of the ceramics.

DIRECT
VIDEO: Shoji Hamada.

DIRECT REMEMBERED INTUITIVE
Students to complete a PINCH POT and decorate.

DIRECT REMEMBERED INTUITIVE
Students to complete a COIL POT and decorate.

COMPARE and CONTRAST:
Students to study and discuss MASKS from a variety of cultures.

MEDIATED INTUITIVE IMAGINED
Students to sculpture a ceramic MASK and decorate.
MASK to be based on an imagined character.


QUALITIES and RELATIONSHIPS
Students to complete a ceramic bowl using the coil method.


Language Learning

Discussion: COMPARE / CONTRAST

VOCABULARY: See Worksheets

STUDYING ARTWORKS: Identifying Cultural Origins. Function of , Traditional or Contemporary etc.

LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS:
Comparing / Contrasting
Agreeing / Disagreeing
Arguing For / Against
Discussing / Giving Opinions
DESCRIBING

GENRE: Procedure: / Following Instructions. Recount

LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES

SEQUENCING
CLOZE
MATCHING
3. LEVEL GUIDE
VOCABULARY REINFORCEMENT
COMPREHENSION
DESCRIBING

Proceedure and Outline of Work completed to be written in V.A.P.D.

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