Amazing Art Moment: You will DESCRIBE this work of art using complete sentences. Describe the COLORS, LINES, SHAPES, SPACES and OBJECTS you see. You have 5 minutes! Start by writing: In this work of art I see.... Work in a group to make your list of what you see! (It's more fun to take turns describing!) Try having each person Describe the area that is like the compass points, North, South, East and West. What is in the middle? What does it remind you of..............? http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT YIqUIsA25KYSuTiv7k1vA4aTwM9pEiP Let's ANALYZE! How many places can you find circles and ovals? How did the artist make us LOOK around the art? Where are the children sitting? What do the paint cans represent? Do YOU know where the Philippine Islands are? Compare and Contrast these two works of art! Raising Ourselves for Global Unity Use a Venn Diagram Accept the Difference to Paint a Better World by Jamille Bianca Tan Aguilar Manila, Philippines by Justen Paul Tolentino Valenzuela City, Philippines "The real beauty of art is the ability to create multiple interpretations of our differences. WE ARE the ART." Aleksandra Waga Radom, Poland Write a Judgment Statement (at least 6 sentences!) about this work of art by Jamille. You get to tell the world what you think this art means and if you think the artist did a good job. (Just like a famous movie or book critic!) Make sure that you justify your judgment and that you use complete sentences. Amazing Art Moment: Laundry by Mariah Robertson 17 years old, 12th Grade, Lakewood Ranch High School, Bradenton, Florida, Teacher: Kari Reddish "Racism is the wall we erect between ourselves; Acceptance is the bulldozer that demolishes it." Christian Perez 10th Grade, North Port High You Are GOOD at this now! DESCRIBE this work of art using a list. Describe the COLORS, LINES, SHAPES, SPACES and OBJECTS you see. Start by writing: In this work of art I see.... * * * * Let's Analyze! Have YOU ever helped sort laundry? Why do people sort their clothes before they wash them? Did the artist send a message everyone can understand with her bright colors and objects? Would the picture be as powerful with different colors or text? Laundry by Mariah Robertson 17 years old, 12th Grade, Lakewood Ranch High School, Bradenton, Florida, Teacher: Kari Reddish We Are All the Same by Ki-Jana Brown 17 years old, 12th Grade, Lakewood Ranch High School, Bradenton, Florida, Teacher: Kari Reddish Let's Compare and Contrast these two works of art! Write a Judgment Statement (at least 6 sentences!) about this work of art by Mariah . Tell the world what you think this art means and if you think the artist did a good job. (Just like a famous movie or book critic!) Make sure that you justify your judgment and that you use complete sentences. What would you say if someone separated a friend of yours from a game because of their color? Cyber Bullying: Beware of the Big Bad Predator by Steven Staub, Bobby Alvarez & Gennadity Kazimirov 7th Grade, Heron Creek Middle School, North Port, Florida, Teacher: Dottie Cory DESCRIBE what you see: * * * Figure it out! (Analyze) What is a Predator? Who is he going to try to hurt? How do you know? How close is the Three Pigs house? What should the Three Pigs do? How can you protect yourself when you are using a computer or smart phone? Make a Promise! Be Smart, Be Safe! " Bullies thrive where silence reigns. Look up. Stand up. Speak up. Refuse to be a victim or a silent bystander." Daphne English- Bazenas Sarasota pred·a·tor noun \ˈpre-də-tər, -ˌtȯr\ Definition of PREDATOR 1: one that preys, destroys, or devours 2: an animal that lives by predatory behavior Examples of PREDATOR predators like bears and wolves The population of rabbits is controlled by natural predators. a corporate predator acquiring business rivals Cyber Bullying: Beware of the Big Bad Predator by Steven Staub, Bobby Alvarez & Gennadity Kazimirov 7th Grade, Heron Creek Middle School, North Port, Florida, Teacher: Dottie Cory Compare and Contrast Words Hurt by Austin Apop Bologna 12 years old, 6th Grade, Sarasota Middle School, Sarasota, Florida, Teacher: Elaine Gale Judgment This painting by three students is like a cartoon but it has a very serious message! Work in a small group….. Cyber Bullying: Beware of the Big Bad Predator Work with a group to write a voice message that would be spoken on TV while this picture is shown. What would the spoken message say about this work of art? Record the message for your school TV News! Our differences are learning TOOLS; let's use them carefully and wisely." Ernesto Santiago, Athens, Greece " These guys are having a GOOD TIME together! Describe what you see. What would YOU name this art? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAPtAJ Gz_DE&list=PLTYIqUIsA25KYSuTiv7k1v A4aTwM9pEiP Which tool is your favorite? Why? What kind of work are these objects going to do? How do you know? Can any one of these objects build something without help from another object? Look for partners! Are ALL the objects important? Why? Work by Dennis Smith Green Park, Missouri Differences Work, Just Ask a Fork by Liat Waks Petah Tiqwa, Israel "A second glance opens a world of opportunities." Masie Chong Herndon, VA Compare and Contrast these two works of Art! Both of these works of art show teamwork! But one work of art shows a problem that needed to be solved. Explain the problem... how was it solved? Which work of art do you like best? Explain why............................ This Powerpoint makes use of skills found in the Common Core Curriculum. Describing, Analyzing, Comparing and Contrasting as well as making Judgements and Justifying responses are essential to helping students fully understand the content studied.