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Sound as Art (part 2 of 2)

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I created this project for a Art lesson I was teaching at Campbell Collegiate in Regina, SK. I was explaining how sound waves could be used to directly create visual images. …

I created this project for a Art lesson I was teaching at Campbell Collegiate in Regina, SK. I was explaining how sound waves could be used to directly create visual images.

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  • 1. Class:
Art
10

 
 
 






















 
 Date:
March
23,
2011

Topic:
Using
Sound
to
Create
Art
Subject:
Art
 
 
 





Lesson
Plan:
2
of
2
by
Jabusch/Bodnarchuk

Content:

 Students
will
apply
their
learning
regarding
sound
waves
generating
artistic
 images.
Students
will
generate
their
own
images
using
their
favorite
song
as
 the
inspiration.

 
Objectives:

 1) To
explore
how
one
art
form
can
be
used
to
generate
another.
 2) To
expand
the
student’s
concept
and
understanding
of
“art.”
 3) To
apply
this
newly
acquired
knowledge
to
create
their
own
 images.
 
Assessment:

 1) Students
will
be
assessed
by
interactive
questions
and
the
answers
 they
supply.
 2) Students
will
be
assessed
as
to
their
creativity
and
understanding
of
 how
sound
can
generate
art
via
the
application
of
this
process
to
their
 own
work.
 
Common
Essential
Learnings:

 Communication

 Critical
and
Creative
Thinking
 Independent
Learning
 Numeracy
 Personal
and
Social
Development


 Creative/Productive;
Cultural/Historical;
Critical/Responsive

Prerequisite
Learning:
 1)
Students
will
have
been
given
a
previous
in‐depth
lesson
 demonstrating
the
concepts
of
sound
waves
and
how
sound
can
be
used
 to
generate
art.

Lesson
Preparation:
Equipment/Materials:
Large
paper
and
coloured
pencils
for
30
students

Each
student
should
have
brought
their
own
recording
on
their
own
IPOD
(if
possible)
of
the
song
they
wish
to
use
as
the
basis
for
their
artwork


  • 2. Advanced
Preparation:

 Teacher
should
be
very
familiar
with
sound
waves
and
the
images
they
can
possibly
represent.

Presentation:
(50
min.)
Set:
(5
min.)

 Teacher
will
review
the
information
presented
in
last
Wednesday’s
art
class.
The
teacher
will
ask
the
students
the
following
interactive
questions.
What
is
sound?
How
can
it
be
used
to
create
images?
How
do
I
intend
to
create
my
image
based
on
my
chosen
piece
of
music?
What
types
of
sound
waves
will
generate
what
types
of
images,
(think
about
wavelength,
frequency,
and
amplitude)?

 
Development:
(40
min.)
 1) Next
the
students
will
be
asked
to
listen
on
their
IPOD
to
their
chosen
 recordings.
Ask
the
students
to
visualize
the
recording?
What
would
it
look
 like
on
their
paper?
What
would
the
sound
waves
look
like?
What
images
 could
they
possibly
generate?
Would
they
be
great
in
frequency
and
thus
 pitch?
Remind
them
that
sound
is
comprised
of
several
waves
moving
in
 various
shapes
and
sizes,
often
simultaneously.
 
 2) Hand
out
the
large
paper
to
the
students
and
coloured
pencils.
 
 3) Assignment:
Students
will
be
asked
to
create
an
image
that
best
reflects,
in
 their
own
opinion,
this
musical
composition.

This
will
be
done
using
 coloured
pencil
crayons.
Teacher
will
be
sure
to
remind
the
students
to
 consider
the
style
of
the
music.
What
would
the
sound
waves
of
this
music
 generate?
Would
they
have
great
amplitude
and
thus
volume?
Also
remind
 the
student
they
are
free
to
create
whatever
image
best
represents
this
piece
 of
music
and
that
they
have
approximately
35
minutes
to
work
on
this
 project
and
that
they
must
utilize
this
time
appropriately.
This
means
they
 are
to
spend
a
reasonably
amount
of
time
completing
this
project
not
five
or
 ten
minutes.
However,
if
they
do
complete
the
project
early
(say
25
minutes)
 they
may
continue
to
work
in
their
sketchbooks
for
Ladd
Fogerty’s
class.
 
7)
The
teacher
will
assist
any
students
in
the
room
that
require
help,
and
answer
any
questions
that
may
arise.
 
Closure:
(5
min.)
Brief
presentation
of
works.
Students
will
be
asked
to
walk
around
the
room
and
view
one
another’s
work.


Classroom
Management
Strategies:
 1) Class
discussion
–
maintain
student
attention
with
creative
intellectual
 involvement.
 2) Individual
work
–
students
will
be
asked
to
respond
to
the
idea
of
sound
 generating
images.

  • 3. Professional
Development
Plan:
Focus:
Direction
Giving

How
I
plan
to
achieve
my
focus:
 1) Speak
appropriately,
proper
volume
and
clarity.
 2) Be
inviting,
precise,
and
clear
our
directions.

 3) Answer
any
questions
the
students
may
have
in
a
considerate,
educational
 manner.

Evidence
of
Success
(Anticipated
Outcome):
Students
will
generate
creative
image
that
reflections
their
personal
view
of
the
music
of
their
choice.




































  • 4. Data
Collection
Form:
 







Topic:
Using
Sound
to
Create
Art
 Date:
March
23,
2011
 Name:
Peter
Bodnarchuk
&
Leah
Jabusch
 Observer(s):
Ladd
Fogarty
 
 Professional
Target:
Direction
Giving
 
 Instructions
for
Observer:
Please
observe
our
teaching
and
note
our
ability
to
provide
clear
directions
for
the
class.
 
 Record
Data:
 
 1) Did
we
speak
appropriately
with
proper
volume
and
clarity?
 
 Got
class
attention
directly
and
clearly
and
in
a
very
friendly
manner.
 
 
 
 
 
 2) Were
our
directions
inviting,
precise,
and
clear?
 
 Students
were
well
informed
and
reminded
of
expectations
based
on
 previous
experience
(lesson
1)
and
new
information.
 




 3) Did
we
answer
any
questions
the
students
may
have
had
in
a
 considerate,
educational
manner?

 Definitely
supportive
and
considerate.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  • 5. Personal
Reflection
for
Sound
As
Art
Lesson
2
 Peter
Bodnarchuk
 


 The
 students
 in
 this
 lesson
 were
 offered
 an
 opportunity
 to
 express
themselves
creatively
based
on
the
information
given
to
them
in
the
previous
lesson
whereby
they
explored
how
one
art
form
can
be
used
to
generate
another.
Through
this
 learning
 experience
 they
 were
 given
 the
 opportunity
 to
 expand
 their
 own
concept
 and
 understanding
 of
 “art.”
 
 In
 this
 lesson
 the
 students
 created
 their
 own
images
 based
 on
 a
 song
 chosen
 from
 their
 IPOD.
 They
 were
 given
 free
 reign
 over
their
project,
the
only
parameters
were
the
medium,
which
we
switched
to
pastels
because
 it
 provided
 a
 more
 efficient
 means
 of
 creating
 the
 images
 than
 pencil
crayon.
They
were
however,
asked
to
reflect
the
song
they
had
chosen
in
a
way
that
they
 personally
 felt
 best
 represented
 the
 music,
 in
 their
 opinion.
 This
 was
 not
 a
black
 and
 white,
 right
 and
 wrong
 assignment
 but
 an
 opportunity
 for
experimentation
and
consideration
and
personal
growth.

 At
 the
 start
 of
 the
 class
 one
 girl
 came
 up
 to
 me
 and
 said,
 “I
 missed
 the
 last
class
so
I
have
no
idea
what
we
are
doing.”
This
was
a
great
opportunity
for
me
as
it
challenged
my
ability
to
quickly
explain
a
given
subject
matter
to
one
student
while
still
 maintaining
 the
 class’s
 attention
 and
 moving
 them
 forward
 with
 their
 own
projects.
It
was
interesting
to
see
how
each
student
related
to
the
subject
matter
on
an
 individual
 basis.
 Furthermore,
 the
 individual
 conversation
 with
 the
 previously
mentioned
girl
was
my
first
chance
to
really
connect
with
one
of
the
students
from
the
class.


 The
completion
of
this
project
by
the
students
allowed
me
to
really
see
their
individual
absorption
of
the
subject
material
and
interest
in
it.
In
my
opinion,
all
the
students
 clearly
 understood
 their
 task
 and
 sufficiently
 completed
 it.
 
 After
 the
completion
 of
 the
 projects,
 we
 adapted
 our
 lesson
 plan
 to
 include
 hanging
 the
pictures
 up
 with
 blurbs
 on
 correlating
 cards
 beside
 them
 with
 the
 following
information:
Song
Title
used,
Student’s
name,
and
a
short
note
as
to
why
they
chose
to
 represent
 that
 sound
 it
 that
 particular
 manner.
 I
 created
 a
 title
 page
 for
 the
project
 (clarifying
 the
 process
 and
 images
 to
 any
 individuals
 viewing
 the
 artist’s
works).


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