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  • LesaBrosky Teaching Portfolio
  • A collection of drawing, ceramic, mosaic and painting lessons from my student teaching and long-term substitute teaching experiences. Student Examples
  • Bubble Wrap Dinosaurs Grandview Elementary School 2nd Grade General Goals: Students will use recycled objects to create a textured illustration of a dinosaur in its natural habitat. Grade2 :Dinosaurs View slide
  • After researching and choosing a dinosaur, students sketched a dinosaur of their choice. Then, students cut out the drawings and traced the image onto recycled bubble wrap. Grade2 :Dinosaurs View slide
  • Students used paint to add color and design to their dinosaurs. Students also ripped paper to depict a natural habitat. Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  • Bubble Wrap Dinosaurs: Finished Examples Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  • Patriotic Prints Grandview Elementary School 3rd Grade General Goals: Students will create block prints of historical United States buildings or monuments Grade 3: Prints
  • Introduction: history Using a PowerPoint, students identified a number of U.S. monuments and their importance. Grade 3: Prints
  • Introduction: Basic shapes Using Smart Board technology, the entire class broke these monuments and buildings into basic shapes. Grade 3: Prints
  • Preliminary sketches Students used basic shapes to create sketches of an important US building or monument of their choice. Grade 3: Prints
  • Students copied their sketches to foam board to create block prints. Grade 3: Prints
  • Patriotic Print display during the Presidential Inauguration Grade 3: Prints
  • Derry Trains Grandview Elementary School 5rd Grade General Goals: Students will create and critique prints that represent the history of their community. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  • Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  • Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  • Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  • The Lesson Ended with a Critique Game This game gave students an opportunity to give and receive constructive criticism.
  • Still Life Drawing Indiana Junior High School 7th Grade General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to draw an image realistically. Grade 7: Still Life
  • Contour and gesture First, students practiced drawing using contour and gestural lines. They chose their best work to reproduce on a larger scale. Grade 7: Still Life
  • Before Critique Students were taught how to use tones and shading. After Critique Students critiqued each other in order to make one final drawing. Grade 7: Still Life
  • Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  • Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  • Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  • Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  • Ceramic Vessel Indiana Junior High School 7th Grade General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to create a coil vessel that demonstrates shape, form, balance, pattern and repetition. Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Ceramic Vocabulary Display Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Display I created for the color/design portion of the lesson Grade 7: Ceramics
  • After the color and design lesson, students designed their own ceramic vessel Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Then, students coiled clay into these vessels and painted them Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  • Mosaic Mirrors Indiana Junior High School 9th Grade 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. Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Every Student: Created their own radial design Cut their own glass pieces Glued tesserae to recycled ceramic plates Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Student Examples (before wiped clean) Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  • Abstract Painting Indiana Junior High School 9th Grade General Goals: To introduce the students to the history and production of abstract painting by creating an abstracted self portrait. Grade 9: Abstract
  • Students were required to draw a proportionate self-portrait BEFORE Drawing an abstracted self-portrait
  • Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings Grade 9: Abstract
  • Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings Grade 9: Abstract
  • Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts Integration
  • Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts An AM and a PM clock drawing demonstrating time specific activities Integration
  • Math Integrated Art Lessons 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 Drawing with measurement Integration
  • Math Integrated Art Lessons 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 A Jasper Johns Inspired Multiples Design Integration
  • Math Integrated Art Lessons Students created a book about counting by 5’s Integration
  • Displaying Student Artwork I find it important to beautify the school by showcasing student work Displaying Work
  • A student art display I created for Open House Displaying Work
  • “Cutting, soldering and coiling! Oh My!” 9th Grade Stained Glass/Ceramic Display Case Displaying Work
  • Displaying Work
  • My 9th graders’ stained glass windows decorated the windows around the school. Displaying Work
  • Beautiful 7th Grade shoe drawings filled the hallways Displaying Work
  • Patriotic Printmaking Display Displaying Work
  • Bringing Art into The Community Volunteer Work
  • While pre-teaching in Philadelphia, I was privileged to volunteer with the Urban Garden Organization. We converted litter filled vacant lots into beautiful and useful community gardens.
  • While student teaching at Grandview Elementary, I created this backdrop for the school musical. Volunteer Work
  • As part of CALM (Children and Artists Linked Through murals), I was able to help create this mural in the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital cafeteria.
  • Volunteer Work
  • With the help of a few of my talented learning support students, we created this festive banner for a local business in Tidioute, PA. Volunteer Work
  • As part of the IUP NAEA, we created a children’s alley during an arts festival. At no expense, children could create fun, multi-cultural art projects! Volunteer Work
  • During another IUP NAEA project, we held an all-day contest open to the community: During “Chalk the Walk”, anyone could use chalk to express opinions on a political or social issue. Volunteer Work
  • My Own Artwork To see a few examples of my artwork, Please click the link below. http://lesabrosky.carbonmade.com END OF SLIDES