Visible Thinking in Art using weather paintings

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Visible Thinking in Art using weather paintings

  1. 1. JMW TurnerLet’s make our thinking visible… SEE-THINK-WONDER1. What do you see in the painting?2. What do you think about what you see in the painting? (your interpretation!)3. What does it make you wonder about?
  2. 2. CLAIM-SUPPORT-QUESTION…1. Make a CLAIM (interpretation) about this painting (I believe that…)2. Give SUPPORT for the claim (I see… I feel that… I know that…) Andrew Wyeth- 19593. Ask a QUESTION about the claim (what’s left hanging? What isn’t explained? What NEW questions does the interpretation raise?
  3. 3. BEGINNING – MIDDLE – END choose ONE of these questions to think about silently, then Partner Buzza) If this painting is the BEGINNING of a STORY, what might happen NEXT…?b) If this painting is the MIDDLE of a story, what might have happened BEFORE… what might be ABOUT TO happen?c) If this painting is the END of a story, what might the story be…? Charles Birchfield-1918
  4. 4. Vincent Van Gogh-1889CREATIVE QUESTIONS…1. Brainstorm a list of at least 12 questions about the painting (ex. Why…? What if…? Suppose that…? What would change it…? etc)2. Review the Q. list and star the questions that seems the most interesting to discuss. Pick ONE and Partner Buzz it3. Reflect on what NEW IDEAS you now have after discussing it that you didn’t have before…
  5. 5. • Images taken from http://www.artsology.com/how-artists- portray-weather.php
  6. 6. MYSTERY OBJECTS… How curious are you?? Take 3 minutes SILENTLY examining this mystery object in your group… then work together to brainstorm #1 on the brown paper… CREATIVE QUESTIONS…1. Brainstorm a list of as many as 12 questions about the object (ex. Why…? What if…? Suppose that…? What would change it…? etc)2. Review the Q. list and star the questions that seems the most interesting to discuss. Pick ONE and Partner Buzz it3. Reflect & write down what NEW IDEAS you now have after discussing it that you didn’t have before…

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