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  • 1. Jennifer Leach Teaching Portfolio of Student Work
  • 2. Cleveland State Preschool Foam shape art based on the book “Color Farm”. Lesson objective: Element of “shape” in art.
  • 3. Cleveland State Preschool Students working on their shape art.
  • 4. Cleveland State Preschool Finished artwork.
  • 5. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Kindergarten Artistic Alphabet. Lesson objective: Elements of “straight and curved line” in art.
  • 6. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Kindergarten Artistic Alphabet.
  • 7. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights First Grade Alphabet Illustrations. Standards: Cross-curriculum English and Art; Creativity.
  • 8. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights First Grade Alphabet Illustrations. Standards: Cross-curriculum English and Art; Creativity.
  • 9. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Second Grade Portraits inspired by “American Gothic” by Grant Wood. Content Standard: Valuing the Arts/Aesthetic Reflection Students understand why people value visual art. They present their beliefs about the nature and significance of selected artworks and the reasons for holding these beliefs. Students reflect on and respect diverse points of view about artworks and artifacts. B. Form their own opinions and views about works of art and discuss them with others. C. Distinguish and describe the aesthetic qualities in works of art.
  • 10. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Second Grade Portraits inspired by “American Gothic” by Grant Wood depicting two people from their American lives.
  • 11. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Second Grade Portraits inspired by “American Gothic” by Grant Wood.
  • 12. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Bulletin Board with Second Grade Portraits inspired by “American Gothic” by Grant Wood.
  • 13. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Third Grade Fish Print. Lesson objective: Students learn relief printmaking process.
  • 14. Boulevard Elementary, Shaker Heights Fourth Grade paper sculpture. International Baccalaureate Key Concepts: perspective, function, connection.
  • 15. Bedford High School Art I classes Basic Forms project. Lesson Objective: Students create a composition using shaded 3-dimensional basic forms.
  • 16. Bedford High School Ceramics Classes Cultural Mask Project. Lesson Objective: Students learn about cultural purposes of masks then create their own mask whose meaning reflects a social issue important to them.
  • 17. Bedford High School Ceramics Classes Cultural Mask Project. Lesson Objective: Students learn about cultural purposes of masks then create their own mask whose meaning reflects a social issue important to them.
  • 18. Bedford High School Ceramics Classes Cultural Mask Project. Lesson Objective: Students learn about cultural purposes of masks then create their own mask whose meaning reflects a social issue important to them.
  • 19. Bedford High School Art IV. Comic based on Cleveland writer Harvey Pekar’s style. Lesson Description: Students learn about Pekar’s style and collaborations, then create a comic that tells a personal slice-of-life story.
  • 20. Bedford High School Art IV. Comic based on Cleveland writer Harvey Pekar’s style. Lesson Description: Students learn about Pekar’s style and collaborations, then create a comic that tells a personal slice-of life story.
  • 21. Bedford High School Art I, Self-portrait inspired by portraits of Andy Warhol. Lesson Objectives: Students study portraits by Andy Warhol, then create self-portraits using digital photos and linoleum printing.
  • 22. Bedford High School Art I, Self-portrait inspired by portraits of Andy Warhol. Proof prints drying.
  • 23. Bedford High School Art I, Self-portrait inspired by portraits of Andy Warhol. Unmounted prints hanging at district-wide art show.
  • 24. Bedford High School Art I, Self-portrait inspired by portraits of Andy Warhol. Finished projects from three Art I classes.
  • 25. Left: An article from the “Boulevard Times”, a student written newspaper in Shaker Heights. Mission Statement I will be an effective art teacher by helping students learn how to think and problem solve creatively, acquire technical skills, appreciate and develop opinions about art, develop critical thinking skills, explore art in other cultures, learn about art in history, and cross over all areas of curriculum through visual art.