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  • 1. LesaBrosky<br />Teaching Portfolio<br />
  • 2. A collection of drawing, ceramic, mosaic and painting lessons from my secondary student teaching and long-term substitute teaching experiences.<br />Student Examples<br />
  • 3. Still Life Drawing<br />Indiana Junior High School<br /> 7th Grade<br />General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to draw an image realistically.<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 4. Contour and gesture<br />First, students practiced drawing using contour and gestural lines. They chose their best work to reproduce on a larger scale.<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 5. Before Critique<br />Students were taught how to use tones and shading.<br />After Critique<br />Students critiqued <br />each other in order to make one final drawing.<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 6. Student Example<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 7. Student Example<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 8. Student Example<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 9. Student Example<br />Grade 7: Still Life<br />
  • 10. Ceramic Vessel<br />Indiana Junior High School<br /> 7th Grade<br />General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to create a coil vessel that demonstrates shape, form, balance, pattern and repetition.<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 11. Ceramic<br />Vocabulary <br />Display<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 12. Display I created for the color/design portion of the lesson<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 13. After the color and design lesson, students designed their own ceramic vessel<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 14. Then, students coiled clay into these vessels and painted them<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 15. Side View<br />Aerial View<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 16. Side View<br />Aerial View<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 17. Side View<br />Aerial View<br />Grade 7: Ceramics<br />
  • 18. Mosaic Mirrors<br />Indiana Junior High School<br />9thGrade<br />General Goals: Students will become more familiar with the history of mosaics and radial design and incorporate that knowledge in creating their own piece of mosaic artwork.<br />Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 19. Every Student:<br /><ul><li>Created their own radial design
  • 20. Cut their own glass pieces
  • 21. Glued tesserae to recycled ceramic plates</li></ul>Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 22. Student Examples (before wiped clean)<br />Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 23. Student Example<br />Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 24. Student Example<br />Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 25. Student Example<br />Grade 9: Mosaic<br />
  • 26. Abstract Painting<br />Indiana Junior High School<br />9thGrade<br />General Goals: To introduce the students to the history and production of abstract painting by creating an abstracted self portrait.<br />Grade 9: Abstract<br />
  • 27. Students were required to draw a proportionate self-portrait<br />BEFORE<br />Drawing an abstracted <br />self-portrait<br />
  • 28. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings<br />Grade 9: Abstract<br />
  • 29. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings<br />Grade 9: Abstract<br />
  • 30. Math Integrated Art Lessons <br />Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 31. Math Integrated Art Lessons <br />Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts<br />An <br />AM and a PM <br />clock drawing<br />demonstrating<br />time <br />specific activities<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 32. Math Integrated Art Lessons <br />Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes<br />Drawing <br />with <br />measurement<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 33. Math Integrated Art Lessons <br />Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes<br />A Jasper Johns<br />Inspired Multiples<br />Design<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 34. Math Integrated Art Lessons <br />Students created a book about counting by 5’s<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 35. Displaying Student Artwork<br />I find it important to beautify the school by showcasing student work<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 36. A student art display I created <br />for Open House<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 37. “Cutting, soldering and coiling! Oh My!”<br />9th Grade<br />Stained Glass/Ceramic Display Case<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 38. Displaying Work<br />
  • 39. My 9th graders’ stained glass windows decorated the windows around the school.<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 40. Beautiful 7th Grade shoe drawings filled the hallways<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 41. Patriotic <br />Printmaking <br />Display<br />Displaying Work<br />
  • 42. Bringing Art into The Community<br />Volunteer Work<br />
  • 43. While pre-teaching in Philadelphia, I was privileged to volunteer with the Urban Garden Organization.<br />We converted litter filled vacant lots into beautiful and useful community gardens.<br />
  • 44. While student teaching at Grandview Elementary,<br />I created this backdrop for the school musical.<br />Volunteer Work<br />
  • 45. As part of CALM (Children and Artists Linked Through murals), <br />I was able to help create this mural in the <br />Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital cafeteria.<br />
  • 46. Volunteer Work<br />
  • 47. With the help of a few of my talented learning support students, we created this festive banner for a local business in Tidioute, PA.<br />Volunteer Work<br />
  • 48. As part of the IUP NAEA, we created a children’s alley during an arts festival.<br />At no expense, children could create fun, multi-cultural art projects!<br />Volunteer Work<br />
  • 49. During another IUP NAEA project, we held an all-day contest open to the community:<br />During “Chalk the Walk”, anyone could use chalk to express opinions on a political or social issue.<br />Volunteer Work<br />
  • 50. My Own Artwork<br />http://lesabrosky.carbonmade.com<br />Displaying Work<br />

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