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    How the Arts Can Tell Us About the Seasons How the Arts Can Tell Us About the Seasons Presentation Transcript

    • Topic 2: How the Arts Can Tell Us About the Seasons By: Megan Voigt Module Six
    • Intent
      • First Grade
      • The intent of integrating the arts into my current science unit on the seasons is to have students discover that different forms of art can display the seasons. I will be using both visual and musical art forms within this unit.
    • Objectives
      • Students will:
        • Recognize traits of different seasons
        • Name the different seasons shown in visual art pieces
        • Listen to music and distinguish the different seasons that are portrayed in the music
        • Work cooperatively in small groups
        • Create a piece of visual art that shows all four seasons
        • Will show mastery (above 80%) on both the oral assessment on the museum collection and on the science curriculum assessment
    • Day One
      • Introduce students to the four seasons (winter, spring, summer and autumn)
      • Share and create a WKL chart
    • Day Two
      • Teach students about the traits of spring.
      • Discuss the pieces in the art collection and the music that represent spring.
      • Click here to access art collection
    • Day Three
      • Teach students about the traits of summer
      • Discuss the pieces in the art collection and the music that represents summer
      • Review spring
      • Click here to view art collection
    • Day Four
      • Teach students about the traits of autumn
      • Discuss the pieces in the art collection and the music that represents autumn
      • Review spring and summer
      • Click here to access the art collection
    • Day Five
      • Teach students about the traits of winter
      • Discuss the pieces in the art collection and the music that represents winter
      • Review spring, summer and autumn
      • Click here to view art collection
    • Day Six
      • Review all of the seasons
      • Students create their own pieces of visual art that represent all four seasons
    • Day Seven
      • Orally assess students on the museum collection
      • Create classroom seasonal art museum
    • Day Eight
      • Have parents come in and visit our seasonal classroom museum and have the students describe and discuss their artwork and the artwork that they were introduced to
    • Day Nine
      • Give pencil and paper assessment from the curriculum
    • Assessment Rubric
    • Resources
      • Voigt, Megan (2009). The Four Seasons . Retrieved August 6, 2009, from http://www.artsconnected.org/resource/102638/megan-voigt
      • Ariana Wright, Chatfield Music Teacher. Music list portraying specific seasons.
      • Houghton-Mifflin Science Curriculum including books on the seasons and a National Geographic movie on the four seasons.