Know the fourteen main Greek god/ goddess in order to recognize them in works of arts or literary texts.
Match these items with others of the subject History of Fine Arts.
Search for a piece of information and images on line, and select them .
Make a ppt using notes that helps the exhibition of your work.
Share your work with other people on a website (www.box.net)
How to do this activity
Each student will find in a worksheet the Greek god’s name and the name of three famous paintings or sculptures.
The student have to search on line for:
The god’s latin name ( the first slide )
The powers of the god/ goddess ( the second slide )
Objects, animals or plants that are devoted to the god ( the third slide )
How to do this activity (2)
4. Search for a famous mithic story about the god and then, summarize it in a brief text, and insert it in two or three slides. (NOT more)
How to do this activity (3)
Search for the coming information about three well-known paintings or sculptures:
What time was it made?
What aesthetic movement does it belong to?
Who made it?
What museum keeps it?
What feature is the most notable in this painting or in its author?
How to do this activity (4)
The student need to insert the information about the work of arts in a note, not in a slide.
That is, the ppt must have 5 or 6 slides and 3 notes.
The student can do his/her web search on a search engine (e.g. Google), on www.wikipedia.org and on the links that they will find here: esperanzasantin.wordpress.com
Open an acount in www.box.net
Upload your work and publish it
Do a comentary in my blog giving the direction of the link on box.net.
This activity will be checked and marked after the students do their aurally exhibition in a class, according to assessment criteria coming at the end of this ppt.
The fair war.
The Arts and jobs.
Protector of Athens city.
You will recognize her because of:
And her transparent blue eyes .
She was born as an young adult and armed from Zeus’s head. Because of this, she symbolizes the intelligence and the fair war
She discussed the protection of Athens with Posidon . She presented a olive tree to the Atheniens, symbol of peace and prosperity; he gave them a salty water spring. B etween 447BC and 432BC, by the time of Pericles, Athens built the Parthenon, devoted to Athena, symbol of Western culture.
It will be substract minus 0.10 for each grammar or spelling mistake and for each two stress less. It’ll be sustracted 0.25, if the mistake is huge. The student will be able to fail until two points, not more. Grammar and spelling The ppt shows photos according to the contents or showing famous works of arts (besides of the compolsory ones) and shows some animations The ppt shows the compulsory photos and some animations The ppt doesn’t show photos and has’n got any animations Presentation The ppt includes the compulsory contents and images, and the ideas – beseides the data- are correct . The student has known how to summarize the information. The student has known how to select the information and the not – compolsory images with accuaracy. The ppt includes the compulsory contents and images and the data are correct. The student used the suggested resources. The ppt doesn´t include the compolsory information and images The student copies and pastes the information. Or, the student didn’t use the suggested resources Contents and using of the resources High mark Pass Fail Assestment criteria