PRINTINGArt / ESL . . . (PDFs)

Printing

Outcomes
Students will :
1. Develop Visual Expression and Communication by making Artworks.
2. Be assisted in their language needs for entry into mainstream high school.

Processes
perceiving, responding, manipulating,
organising, evaluating.

Learning Experiences
DIRECT, IMAGINED, REMEMBERED, INTUITIVE,
MEDIATED, QUALITIES and RELATIONSHIPS

Printing 1
Printing 2
Printing 3
Printing 4

Making and Studying Artworks

'Figures In A Landscape'

DIRECT : slides of ARTWORKS.
DIRECT : IMAGINED
Examine work by past students.
REMEMBERED :IMAGINED :
INTUITIVE : Completion of 3 drawings.
1. FIGURES
2. LANDSCAPE
3. FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE

The Emphasis with these preparatory drawings is on soliciting REMEMBERED images from the students own culture.

This process is in the context of the student's Aculturation Process.

MEDIATED / QUALITIES / RELATIONSHIPS
Students to prepare LINO-BLOCK

MEDIATED / INTUITIVE
Students will make several differently coloured PRINTS

QUALITIES and RELATIONSHIPS
Each student will have made a BLACK and WHITE PRINT.

This will be enlarged on the photo-copier and used as the basis for a POSTER.


Language Learning

STUDYING ARTWORKS
Edward Munch : German Expressionism
Identifying/Describing
Expressing Evaluations and Opinions
Emphasis on identifying CULTURE
VOCABULARY: portrait/still-life/landscape
back/middle/foreground etc.

LANGUAGE : GENRE ProcedureRecount
VOCAB: Positive / Negative
Texture / Line / Colour

LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
Agreeing / Disagreeing
Summarising
Describing

LANGUAGE / VOCAB. REINFORCEMENT
See WORKSHEETS
BRAINSTORMING : Ideas for POSTERS.

Class Discussion and Evaluation of the groups work. . .
Procedure and CONCEPT to be written up in V.A.P.D. (Visual Arts Process Diary )







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