The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and StorytellingQuick View

The Great Art Quest: Visual Art and Storytelling

Visual Art and Storytelling activities by professional storytellers and artists experienced in delivering workshops for children. The storytelling activities encourage children to look critically at artwork and work in groups to think up stories based on the chosen pictures. The art activities cover several artforms, including drawing, 3D installations, animation and clay. A running theme is learning about the environment and nature through art, with many of the activities focussing on the outdoors: trees, plants, seeds, found and natural objects, waste etc.
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Shakespeare in Visual Arts Presentation ~ Art History & Literature ~ 108 SlidesQuick View

Shakespeare in Visual Arts Presentation ~ Art History & Literature ~ 108 Slides

This is a complete powerpoint presentation about Art History visual images and the Literature of William Shakespeare. There are many slides in the slideshow box on this page to give you a very complete idea of whether the product will suit you. EXCERPT: Unlike novels, plays and screenplays were meant to be seen, not read. Even the most avid readers enjoy watching a performed play or film as opposed to reading it on the page. By contrast, favorite novels oftentimes never find an adaptation to stage or screen which satisfies devoted readers. Artists are attracted to visual media. Many of the artists in this presentation were avid theater goers. Eugène Delacroix, for example, a major artist from the Romantic Era, regularly attended plays. He then painted portions of them, including a self portrait of himself as Hamlet. Students will be surprised to discover other major artists painting these plays. They are more well known for their entire output, not just Shakespeare. These include William Blake, Théodore Chassériau, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John William Waterhouse, Odilon Redon and others. Some artists mostly painted the theatrical world as their subjects. These included Henry Fuseli, Edwin Austin Abbey, and Benjamin West. The stage provides more “give” for a production than a film. Because it is set back from the audience, the actors’ ages, for example, can be stretched to fit. Not so on camera where every pore of the actor’s skin is visible in close up shots. With this close up ability, art history became more and more important as the productions had to measure up to the expectations of the original source. No longer could a wig be put on a 40 year old woman playing Juliet who was wearing a Victorian gown. Or, as in Shakespeare’s day, a young man be used to play Juliet. This has carried over to the stage where productions nowadays are also more closely tailored to achieve scrupulous attention to details. The artists mostly chose high points of the most famous plays. The most frequently painted subject is Ophelia in “Hamlet.” Usually Ophelia’s painted scenes involve her drowning in the stream or they immediately lead up to her drowning. Other artist favorites are the three witches in Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and her involvement in murder, Hamlet with his father’s ghost, Romeo and Juliet on the balcony or in death in the crypt, King Lear in the storm, and so forth. Lines from the plays are added to the paintings herein. The lines match up to the overall theme of each painting. The lines do not exactly match the still image. The painters never intended for their paintings to exactly match the lines in the play.
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Art Mythology ~ Painting Myths ~ 181 Slides ~ Art & Literature ~ Highly VisualQuick View

Art Mythology ~ Painting Myths ~ 181 Slides ~ Art & Literature ~ Highly Visual

This is a complete powerpoint presentation about Art & Literature as it pertains to Mythology, its characters and stories. There are many slides for your review in the slideshow box shown here with this listing. EXCERPT: Art & Mythology Art lovers are used to religion dominating early art works. But mythology was also an enticing lure to artists. Myths endure up to the present day as alluring subject matter. Belief and faith are not required in myths. They are known to be fictional, which is fine. Although myths frequently come to us from Greek and Roman mythology, they also come to us from fairy tales, fables, folk lore, legends and other fictional resources. Later on in the presentation, we will see that artist Andy Warhol makes a compelling argument that modern mythical characters are even more potent than ones from centuries ago. His myths involve The Wicked Witch of the West, Mickey Mouse and Santa Claus, among other subjects. Art and literature often come together with myths. After all, they are as wonderful to look at as they are to read. Many books of myths come illustrated by these art works, which adds to the experience. Fairy tales, in particular, rarely are issued without art work. Myths are possessed by every group of people, every culture, on the planet. They are a collection of stories a group of people tell to explain themselves and their culture. Today’s “urban legends” are nothing more than myths being spread in a new way, on the internet. Our goal with this presentation is to study the visual imagery of myths as created by artists.
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Australian Art History ~ 182 Slides ~ Highly Visual & Annotated ~ AustraliaQuick View

Australian Art History ~ 182 Slides ~ Highly Visual & Annotated ~ Australia

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. This is a complete presentation on Australian art history which is highly visual and thoroughly annotated. MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FROM THE PRESENTATION CAN BE SEEN ON THIS PAGE. These slides are your best guide to whether this product suits your needs. Australian art is any art made in Australia or about Australia, from prehistoric times to the present. Australia has produced many fine artists of both Western and Indigenous Art. Australian art is a vast topic so this is an overview of its overall development. Not every Australian artist of import could be covered, even with 182 pages. All Australian art shows a very strong connection with the land itself, every bit of its terrain.
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Visual Schedule featuring Boardmaker! Ready to go Class/Personal Schedules.Quick View

Visual Schedule featuring Boardmaker! Ready to go Class/Personal Schedules.

------- Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- featuring BOARDMAKER!------- You need good visuals in your classroom and don’t have time to search for good images yourself? No problem- this printable gives you excellent visuals for all your students with minimal prep for you! Start the year off right- this is a LIFESAVER with everything you need all put together in one spot! Visual Schedules are so important for students with Autism and those with multiple profound disabilities. Knowing what is happening next and what they are doing that day can alleviate a lot of anxiety. Best Part… you don’t need a color printer. These icons are all black and white- to jazz them up and make them your own just print on color paper or paper with designed edges. Perfect way to personalize for YOU! And now with the Boardmaker icons your students are accustomed to, this schedule with work perfectly with your students! Included in this printable are: --> 75 Full Page Schedule Labels --> Printable Personalized Sized Icons (9 per page) to Create Student Schedules --> Schedule Icons Included: 1:1 Time (computer), Art, Assembly, Bell Work, Break (3), Breakfast, Bus Time, Calendar Time, Calm Down Corner, Centers, Change Teacher, Check Schedule, Choir, Circle Time (2), Class Chore, Clinic, Computer Class, Computer Time, Cooking Class, Current Events, Desk Work, English, Field Trip, Free Time, Game Time, Grooming Check, G/T Time, Interventions, Journal Time, Large Group, Library Time, Line Up, Listening Station, Lunch, Math, Morning Work, Music, Nurse, Outdoor Time, Pair-Share Time, Parent Pick-Up, Partner Work, PE/Gym, Play Time, Quiet Work, Read Aloud, Reading, Recess, Restroom, Science, Sensory Break, Sensory Time, Silent Reading, Small Group, Social Studies, Specials, Speech Therapist, Speech, STEM, Story Time, Teacher Meeting, Testing, Therapist, Think Time, Walking Break (2), Whiteboard Time, Work (4), and Writing This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net. The Picture Communication Symbols ©1981–2015 by Mayer-Johnson LLC a Tobii Dynavox company. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Used with permission. Boardmaker® is a trademark of Mayer-Johnson LLC.
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American West ~ Art History ~ Western Art ~ Art ~ 203 SlidesQuick View

American West ~ Art History ~ Western Art ~ Art ~ 203 Slides

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. This is a complete presentation on the American West's Art History. It is highly visual and thoroughly annotated. There are many actual slides from the presentation shown on this page. Excerpt: Bullet Points Overview Western art embodies the European artistic tradition. It was adapted to suit the American West. “Manifest destiny,” the entrepreneurial push Westward, is an integral part of the white man’s American West. Native Americans are also covered within Western art. The Native Americans’ American West is different from the white man’s. Although it was a physical place, their home, it was also a sacred place and an inherent part of their spirituality. Western art defined traditionally: realistic art work about Indians, white pioneers and the environmentally pure, vast landscapes of the West. Those creating Western art west of the Mississippi today do not agree with this hidebound definition. They believe the art form is capable of evolving and encompassing more modern and diverse styles. The Western art of the past was Anglo oriented. Breaking away from the Anglo perspective to other perspectives is a pent-up demand. The people making Western art now include Americans with Native, Hispanic, or Chinese heritages plus female artists and environmentalists. They all add in their own perspective of their people and the American West. They are a minority though. White males and Native Americans are the most active artists in Western Art.
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Woodcut Art ~ Printing ~ Art History ~ from Albrecht Durer to Chuck CloseQuick View

Woodcut Art ~ Printing ~ Art History ~ from Albrecht Durer to Chuck Close

The author is a retired attorney and a still producing artist. This is a complete powerpoint presentation about Woodcut Art from Durer's time to present day with Chuck Close. The Slides are highly visual and in full color. There is an accompanying textual explanation. Many slides are shown in the slideshow box on this page to give you the best idea of what the presentation is like. THERE IS A FREE POSTER WHICH GOES WITH THIS PRODUCT, LOCATED HERE: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/woodcut-art-history-printing-free-poster-11466638 TEXT EXCERPT: Woodcut defined: is a relief printing technique in printmaking. An artist carves an image into the surface of a block of wood—typically with gouges—leaving the printing parts level with the surface while removing the non-printing parts. Wood block printing can be done in either black or white or color. The black and white developed first. Wood block printing first emerged in Asia around the 8th century and in Europe around 1400. The 16th century added the chiaroscuro wood cut. This method allowed more subtle tonal variations. Increased shadows and highlights made the print look more like a drawing or watercolor. It was Japan which provided the future look of color woodcuts. In the second half of the 1800s, Japan opened up to trade. Its former Isolationism had been broken through war. Among the wares floating west were colored Japanese woodcuts by Hokusai, Hiroshige, and others. Their woodcuts became works of art in their own right. The best of these were the ukiyo-e prints. The artists in Europe adopted these color woodcuts into their oeuvre. The European artists, especially the ones in France, became instant fans and collectors of these woodcuts. They were also flooded by ideas for their own art that would incorporate some or all aspects of the Japanese woodcuts. In the United States, color wood block prints were adopted during the Depression for government-sponsored New Deal art projects. European woodcuts were first stamped onto textiles, playing cards and religious souvenirs. This was because paper was not generally available until the 14th century. In the 15th century, European artists used the woodcut to illustrate printed books. Woodcuts were at first colored by hand. Then register printing was used wherein a separate block was used for each color.
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Post Impression Art History Presentation ~ 220 Slides ~ Highly Visual ~  in Public DomainQuick View

Post Impression Art History Presentation ~ 220 Slides ~ Highly Visual ~ in Public Domain

Post Impressionism Art History Presentation ~ 220 Slides This is a very complete, highly visual and thoroughly annotated presentation on Post Impressionist art history. Use the slidebox on this page to see actual full size slides, in ample supply, for your assessment. "Excerpt 1: Overview Post-Impressionism" Post Impressionism was mainly a French art movement between 1886 and 1905, with the typical overlap years for those among them who were not eager to go all the way into the modern art of cubism. These painters were reacting against Impressionism because they did not like the Impressionists’ intense focus on the natural depiction of light and color over any other factors. They were interested in abstractions and symbols instead Some of the Post-Impressionists carried on after 1905 simply because they weren’t interested in becoming Cubists. But the Cubists weren’t reacting against the Post Impressionists anyway. They were using them as building blocks, particularly Cézanne and Van Gogh. And Cézanne and Van Gogh were already dead by 1906. Some of the Post Impressionists were not an organized bunch of painters. Paul Cézanne and Vincent van Gogh, for example, during the period worked mostly alone and away from the others. These painters were much more capable of meeting the expression “off doing their own thing,” then the Impressionists were. The Post Impressionists acted as a bridge, by virtue of what they were painting, between the Impressionists and Modern Art, which kicked off with the Cubists. The major exhibits these later artists saw of the Post Impressionists’ work was after their deaths. Roger Fry, critic and artist, in 1910 originated the term Post-Impressionism to describe French art since Manet. Specifically, he used that exact phrase when he organized the 1910 exhibition, “Manet and the Post-Impressionists.” Post-Impressionists didn’t want to get rid of the gains Impressionism had made in moving towards modern art. But they did want to get rid of its self imposed limitations. So they continued using bright colors, impasto paint, and real-life subjects BUT also began using geometric and distorted forms along with unnatural or arbitrary colors. The average museum goer would probably tend to just lump the Impressionists with the Post-Impressionists but go “Whoa!” when viewing the Cubists after them. One has to look carefully to see what the Cubists were borrowing from the Post-Impressionists to see the Post-Impressionists as the bridge.
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Symbolism ~ Art History ~ Spiritual ~ Symbol ~ Art ~ 154 SlidesQuick View

Symbolism ~ Art History ~ Spiritual ~ Symbol ~ Art ~ 154 Slides

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. This is a complete presentation on Symbolism Art History, which is highly visual and thoroughly annotated. Many actual slides are shown on this page. EXCERPTS: SYMBOLISM ~turn of the century (19-20th) European movement in literature, theatre, music and painting. ~Prime years were 1880-1910 with overlap on both poles. ~akin to the Pre-Raphaelites, Romantics and Aesthetics. ~a reaction against naturalism and realism. ~Symbolists explored their imagination, dreams, and unconscious selves. ~were drawn to metaphoric imagery, suggestive forms and symbolic meaning. ~intellectual expressionism using messages and esoteric references. ~narrative content dominated. Odilon Redon : "I painted an object down to the smallest accidents of its visual appearance; but the day left me sad and with an unsatiated thirst. The next day I let the other source run, that of imagination, through the recollection of the forms, and I was then reassured and appeased.” Edvard Munch: most well-known work is "The Scream" which was conceived thusly: ”I was walking down the road with 2 friends when the sun set; suddenly, the sky turned as red as blood. I stopped and leaned against the fence, feeling unspeakably tired. Tongues of fire and blood stretched over the bluish black fjord. My friends went on walking, while I lagged behind, shivering with fear. Then I heard the enormous, infinite scream of nature." Hugo Simberg: "The Wounded Angel" is his most famous painting and is extremely well known in his native Finland. The Finnish band Nightwish’s 2007 music video, "Amaranth", is based on "The Wounded Angel".
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Paul Cézanne ~ Art History ~ Post Impress ~ Modern Art ~ Art ~ 193 Slides ~ Public DomainQuick View

Paul Cézanne ~ Art History ~ Post Impress ~ Modern Art ~ Art ~ 193 Slides ~ Public Domain

NOTE AS TO PUBLIC DOMAIN - Paul Cézanne died in 1906. He has been dead for 111 years and his work is in the public domain. The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. There is also a 20 POINT MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST WITH ANSWER KEY included with this product. This is a complete presentation on Art History & Paul Cézanne, which is highly visual and thoroughly annotated. MANY OF THE ACTUAL SLIDES in the presentation are on this page. This will give you the best idea of what the product is like. EXCERPT: Paul Cézanne 1839 – 1906, was a French Post-Impressionist painter. His art became the foundation from which modern art was built in the 20th Century. He used repetitive, exploratory, small brushstrokes and planes of color. He built up complex paintings in layers. He minutely studied his subjects and repeated using the same subjects rather than seeking new subjects. He was constantly interested in pushing the boundaries of painting, not in finding new scenery to paint. Geometric shapes became more and more important to him as the years went on. Matisse and Picasso acknowledged their debt to him as they used his discoveries in inventing their Fauvism and Cubism. They would say, “Cézanne is the father of us all.”
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Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!Quick View

Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!

------ Visual Schedule for Students with Autism- Printable and Ready to Go!------- You need good visuals in your classroom and don’t have time to search for good images yourself? No problem- this printable gives you excellent visuals for all your students with minimal prep for you! Start the year off right- this is a LIFESAVER with everything you need all put together in one spot! Visual Schedules are so important for students with Autism and those with multiple profound disabilities. Knowing what is happening next and what they are doing that day can alleviate a lot of anxiety. Best Part… you don’t need a color printer. These icons are all black and white- to jazz them up and make them your own just print on color paper or paper with designed edges. Perfect way to personalize for YOU! Included in this printable are: --> 72 Full Page Schedule Labels --> Printable Personalized Sized Icons (9 per page) to Create Student Schedules --> Schedule Icons Included: 1:1 Time (tablet), Assembly, Art, Bell Work, Break (3), Breakfast, Bus Time, Calm Down Corner, Calendar Time, Centers, Change Teacher, Check Schedule, Class Chore, Choir, Circle Time, Cooking Class, Computer Class, Computer Time, Current Events, Desk Work, English, Field Trip, Free Time, Game Time, G/T Time, Grooming Check, Interventions, Journal Time, Large Group, Library Time, Line Up, Listening Station, Lunch, Math, Morning Work, Music, Nurse, Outdoor Time, Pair-Share Time, Parent Pick-Up, Partner Work, PE/Gym, Play Time, Quiet Work, Read Aloud, Reading, Recess, Restroom, Science, Sensory Break, Sensory Time, Silent Reading, Small Group, Social Studies, Specials, Specialist, Speech, STEM, Story Time, Teacher Group, Teacher Meeting, Testing, Therapy, Think Time, Walking Break, Whiteboard Time, Work, Work Stations, Work Tasks, and Writing www.NoodleNook.Net is a resource for tips, tricks, and activities you can use for students with significant disabilities. Freebies are listed often- so subscribe today and keep up to date with new posts. This resource was created by Ayodele Jones © 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.
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World History: Art Movements (1700-1890) Power-Point & Student "Foldable" ActivitiesQuick View

World History: Art Movements (1700-1890) Power-Point & Student "Foldable" Activities

In this activity, students will examine the art movements associated with the spread of the Industrial Revolution (1700’s -1890). Art Movements covered: Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism and Impressionism. In this activity your students will: 1) Take notes on a foldable (included) while the teacher projects a full color, high interest power-point with audio/visual examples. 2) Apply what they have learned by drawing a quick sketch of a house in each art style. 3) Complete an Exit Card/ Assessment Activity in which students will examine 8 Exhibits and identify to which art movement the Exhibit belongs. **All student worksheets (Foldables), power-point slides, exhibits and corresponding student chart, TEACHER ANSWER KEY are included.
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Zentangle Hand Self-Portrait Art with ELA - Back to School ActivityQuick View

Zentangle Hand Self-Portrait Art with ELA - Back to School Activity

Product Description Get to know your new students with this fun, engaging activity perfect for back-to-school. Students create their own self-portrait using their hand print, zentangle designs narrative describing who they are. Art lesson centers around creating a piece of artwork based on a core idea, who they are as a person, and the Language Arts piece on writing a stream-of-consciousness about who they are as a person. Included: (UK and US spelling versions of each) 4 Page Lesson Plan with US National Standards for Visual Arts and US Common Core Standards for English Language Arts; Big idea, Essential questions, Objectives, Instructional Materials, Supplies and detailed process. Also included are Resource links, vocabulary and rubric. All editable. 25 page PowerPoint with step-by-step instructions Student samples of Hand Self-Portraits Doodle Starter Sheets that include steps on how to create 12 different zentangle patterns 2 video demonstration links I appreciate any feedback on my resources and am always looking for ways to make them more useful! C ©2017 A Space to Create Sabrina Wingren
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Vowel Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 12 pc setQuick View

Vowel Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 12 pc set

These adorable little letters will make for a fun, consistent visual to help teach vowels. Friendly vowel letter people are great for anchor charts, flash cards, worksheets and more. I even included "sometimes Y" Everything pictured also has a black and white line art version for worksheets. Look for this product in a bundle soon! My graphics are all hand-drawn freehand and colored digitally. These images have high resolution, so you can enlarge them and they will still be crisp. All images are in gif formats so they can easily be layered in your projects and lesson materials. keywords vocabulary, ABeka, ESL, EFL, reading, letters, vowels JolieDesign Digital Clipart is created by Nicole Rethmeier. All free and paid graphics may be used for personal and commercial use. No additional licenses are required, however, please read my Terms of Use regarding how to give credit and link back to my TpT shop if you choose to use my clipart commercially. Thank you! Enjoy! All designs and images are creative property of Nicole Rethmeier and should not be redistributed unless incorporated and secured in a new original design/product. See Terms Of Use for details.
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Number Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 22 pc setQuick View

Number Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 22 pc set

These adorable little numerals will make for a fun, consistent visual to help teach numbers. Friendly number people are great for anchor charts, flash cards, worksheets and more. Everything pictured also has a black and white line art version for worksheets. Look for this product in a bundle soon! My graphics are all hand-drawn freehand and colored digitally. These images have high resolution, so you can enlarge them and they will still be crisp. All images are in gif formats so they can easily be layered in your projects and lesson materials. keywords vocabulary, math, numbers, numerals JolieDesign Digital Clipart is created by Nicole Rethmeier. All free and paid graphics may be used for personal and commercial use. No additional licenses are required, however, please read my Terms of Use regarding how to give credit and link back to my TpT shop if you choose to use my clipart commercially. Thank you! Enjoy! All designs and images are creative property of Nicole Rethmeier and should not be redistributed unless incorporated and secured in a new original design/product. See Terms Of Use for details.
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Hudson River School ~ Art History ~ 235 Slides ~ America ~ Landscape PaintingQuick View

Hudson River School ~ Art History ~ 235 Slides ~ America ~ Landscape Painting

The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. This is a complete, highly visual powerpoint presentation about the Hudson River School. It consisted of American Landscape Painters. There are ACTUAL SLIDES in the slide show on this page for your review. OVERVIEW IN BULLET POINTS: ~ The Hudson River School was an 1800s American art movement of landscape painters. ~ Their style was reminiscent of the European Romanticism Era. ~ Originally the paintings were of the Hudson River Valley and hence the name of the movement. ~ It first enlarged to include the Catskill, Adirondack, and the White Mountains. ~ It enlarged again to include New England, the Maritimes, the American West, and South America. ~ American landscape in a pastoral setting i.e. idealized views of country life meant for urban art audiences. ~ people and nature are in harmony in HRS paintings. People are not specific while the nature is awe inspiring and identifiable. ~ although realistic and detailed in style, also an idealized version of nature. ~ artist Thomas Cole founded the Hudson River School. ~ he started by taking a steamship up the Hudson in 1825. He hiked the Catskill Mountains and painted the first landscapes of the area. ~ Cole recruited his close friend Asher Durand to the school. ~ Second Generation: the HRS had a 2nd generation of artists. ~ Cole died at 47 in 1848. This brought about the second generation of Hudson River school artists. ~ Cole's favorite pupil, Frederic Edwin Church, arose to great prominence and popularity, with John Frederick Kensett, and Sanford Robinson Gifford also doing very well. ~ The second generation artists are sometimes called Luminists. ~ This second generation of artists painted the finest works of the Hudson River school between 1855 and 1875. ~ Frederic Edwin Church and Albert Bierstadt were very well known by the public. Church’s exhibitions drew thousands of visitors.
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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Worksheets, Art Projects, & Assessment UnitQuick View

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Worksheets, Art Projects, & Assessment Unit

The Graveyard Book is a children's fantasy novel by the English author Neil Gaiman, simultaneously published in Britain and America during 2008. The Graveyard Book traces the story of the boy Nobody "Bod" Owens who is adopted and raised by the supernatural occupants of a graveyard after his family is brutally murdered. Gaiman won both the British Carnegie Medal and the American Newbery Medal recognizing the year's best children's books, the first time both named the same work. The Graveyard Book also won the annual Hugo Award for Best Novel from the World Science Fiction Convention and Locus Award for Best Young Adult Book selected by Locus magazine subscribers. (Wikipedia) This is teaching materials for the book “The Graveyard Book” which many would consider a classic. The assessments included vocabulary acquisition through context clues, critical thinking questions, and recall or comprehension questions on one sheet. These questions come in the forms of a mixture of matching, short answer, and multiple-choice. By completing this sheet the student will demonstrate an understanding of the material on multiple levels. The other assessment is a creative art sheet. The creative art sheet asks the student to use the details from the story and their own knowledge, experiences, and imagination to synthesize a totally new work, this is a picture that is a visual representation that recreates of a scene, character or maybe the student's use or view of an aspect of the story. Along with this picture the student will explain their work with a short explanation. For this unit, students create a variety of wanted posters and advertisements. The materials provided 1 Pre-reading worksheet 17 Chapter worksheet (each covers about 30-45 minutes of reading) 5 Creative Art Sheet 1 Test Review 1 Test Review Bingo Game 1 Test
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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Worksheets, Art Projects, & Assessment UnitQuick View

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Worksheets, Art Projects, & Assessment Unit

The Graveyard Book is a children's fantasy novel by the English author Neil Gaiman, simultaneously published in Britain and America during 2008. The Graveyard Book traces the story of the boy Nobody "Bod" Owens who is adopted and raised by the supernatural occupants of a graveyard after his family is brutally murdered. Gaiman won both the British Carnegie Medal and the American Newbery Medal recognizing the year's best children's books, the first time both named the same work. The Graveyard Book also won the annual Hugo Award for Best Novel from the World Science Fiction Convention and Locus Award for Best Young Adult Book selected by Locus magazine subscribers. (Wikipedia) This is teaching materials for the book “The Graveyard Book” which many would consider a classic. The assessments included vocabulary acquisition through context clues, critical thinking questions, and recall or comprehension questions on one sheet. These questions come in the forms of a mixture of matching, short answer, and multiple-choice. By completing this sheet the student will demonstrate an understanding of the material on multiple levels. The other assessment is a creative art sheet. The creative art sheet asks the student to use the details from the story and their own knowledge, experiences, and imagination to synthesize a totally new work, this is a picture that is a visual representation that recreates of a scene, character or maybe the student's use or view of an aspect of the story. Along with this picture the student will explain their work with a short explanation. For this unit, students create a variety of wanted posters and advertisements. The materials provided 1 Pre-reading worksheet 17 Chapter worksheet (each covers about 30-45 minutes of reading) 5 Creative Art Sheet 1 Test Review 1 Test Review Bingo Game 1 Test
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PE Poster: Language Arts Literacy/Physical Literacy AnalogyQuick View

PE Poster: Language Arts Literacy/Physical Literacy Analogy

HOW DOES LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA) LITERACY AND PHYSICAL LITERACY COMPARE? PHYSICAL LITERACY can be defined as is the ability to move your body confidently during physical activity, make healthy lifestyle choices and perform a variety of skills at school, home and in the community. The basic foundation of physical literacy suggests that just as learning the alphabet is essential for learning to read, the development of essential movement and sport skills is fundamental for performance in physical activities/games/dance and a catalyst for an active lifestyle at school, at home and in the community . The displayed LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACY/PHYSICAL LITERACY ANALOGY poster provides a “student friendly illustration of how traditional (ELA) literacy learned in the classroom compares with physical literacy learned during physical education class. Both forms of literacy; Language Arts and Physical begin with a basic foundation that develops through exposure to and the development of skills that mature and transfer to more difficult situations that promotes confidence and success through life. This colorful Physical Literacy PE poster serves as a modern visual displaying the skills necessary for Physical Literacy in a kid friendly, easy to comprehend printable. The posters come in a Zip folder with 2 Formats- PDF and JPEG (originally set for 8 ½ by 11 sheets) but they can easily be copied on a school or store Poster-Maker to convert to a large sized poster. You can then place it inside your gym or playing area for your students to see and for you to reference while you teach daily classes. This Physical Education Poster is designed for all PE age groups
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Alphabet Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 52 pc setQuick View

Alphabet Friends Clipart Set - Color and Line Art 52 pc set

These adorable little letters will make for a fun, consistent visual to help teach letters and alphabet. Friendly vowels and consonants are great for anchor charts, flash cards, worksheets and more. Where possible, I have included extra clues along with the letters, such as R is Red, Y is Yellow, the B wears Boots, the D points Down, etc. to help reinforce the alphabet and letter sounds. Everything pictured also has a black and white line art version for worksheets. Look for this product in a bundle soon! My graphics are all hand-drawn freehand and colored digitally. These images have high resolution, so you can enlarge them and they will still be crisp. All images are in gif formats so they can easily be layered in your projects and lesson materials. keywords vocabulary, ABeka, ESL, EFL, reading, letters, consonants, numbers JolieDesign Digital Clipart is created by Nicole Rethmeier. All free and paid graphics may be used for personal and commercial use. No additional licenses are required, however, please read my Terms of Use regarding how to give credit and link back to my TpT shop if you choose to use my clipart commercially. Thank you! Enjoy! All designs and images are creative property of Nicole Rethmeier and should not be redistributed unless incorporated and secured in a new original design/product. See Terms Of Use for details.
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