MLL-Chinese Section Learning Goals for Majors and Minors Language acquisition — students will be able to communicate at second year level according to the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines; they will also integrate targeted language training courses, such as advanced reading, conversation, and Classical Chinese towards their professional and personal goals. Critical textual engagement — students will develop close reading skills and learn to use theoretical frameworks to analyze a range of source materials. Fieldwork — through practicum and attachment courses, students will have the opportunity to interact with Chinese-speaking cultural and community organizations in the greater Philadelphia area and abroad.
Friendship Flags Grades K-6th Dip coffee filters in colored water and string together to make a colorful flag or make a bulletin board in this lesson plan that expresses the beauty of diversity.
Help students bring them to life with this 3D art project. To begin this project, take a little time to help students learn some basic information about the animal — habitat, location, food, etc.
Once students have some background knowledge, provide them with a variety of art materials — the more dimensional, the better! Using a single piece of construction paper, students will create the background for their mascot. Finally, using construction paper, students will create one or more of the mascots.
Using the same color of paper, they will need to accordion fold a small piece, attach it to the mascot and then attach that to the background. Punch a hole in the top center and bottom center of each paint sample card.
Lace the yarn through the hole on the top of the cards. At the bottom, place a brass fastner through all of the punched holes to hold the cards together. Fan the cards apart. Half an egg carton, scissors, rubber cement, colored cellophane, scotch tape, and a seven inch stick.
Child will construct an object that allows them to view the world in a variety of colors and will learn why certain objects in their colored environment look the way they do when certain colors are mixed.
Cut windows in the bumps of half an egg carton. Glue circles of colored cellophane over the windows with rubber cement. Tape on a stick for a holder.
If your class is making masks for art with paper plates, here's an easy way to make to the eye holes: Draw the eyes onto the mask, then poke one blade of your scissors into the center of one eye.
From your center point, cut to the edge of your eye. Keep doing this until your incisions look like the spokes of a wheel.
Once you've finished, just fold all the pieces backward into the mask.
They should tear off easily. You have an eye hole!
Students will create artworks and write short critiques about art after visiting museums, galleries, and artist studio Students will select, invite, and host lectures by visiting artists, curators, and critics, as well as curate student exhibits. For example, a portfolio in visual arts may include one 20 minute clip showing instruction, another three minute clip of student voice, and another five minute clip of academic language, for a total of 28 minutes. Exceptional number of At least 8 of 10 red or yellow At least 6 of 10 red or - - Surpassed goal or otherwise Sample Student Learning Objectives.
You will need a basic tree shape, along with a small apple. On each apple, write the color that you want students to know. They will first color their tree and then the apples.Suggested Student Learning Outcomes & Assessment Methods Effective Composition & Communication. Students will be able to effectively compose written, oral, and multimedia texts for a variety of scholarly, professional, and creative purposes.
Free for classroom and arts teachers to use, we have over arts integration lesson plans to choose from in grades Kindergarten through High School.
These arts integration lessons are a perfect way for you to get started with arts integration, or to enhance a program you already have in place.
1) Learning Objective: Students identify the elements of art in a particular painting.
Assessment: Students can verbally point out and name one example of each of the elements of art in a single work of art. An introductory course designed to give the student a fundamental understanding of the creation and appreciation of diverse modes of expression through the visual and performing arts.
Achievement objectives: Visual arts. how learning within the arts supports students learning and knowing in a range of contexts both within and beyond school. What is in this guide? This guide provides a comprehensive elaboration of the arts learning area including the disciplines of dance, drama, music – sound arts, visual arts, and art.
Invisible Populations: The objective of this Service-Learning seminar-type class is to give students an opportunity to learn how visual artists from the Renaissance to the present day have used their powers to make populations living on the fringes of society (religious or.