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  • . Using Technology to Bring the Art of Winslow Homer into Your ClassroomThis workshop will introduce you to paintings by Winslow Homer that can be used to enrich and inform standards-based instruction in Language Arts, history, and science. Strategies for creating your own lessons will be shared, as well as how to locate lessons that others have prepared for you. In addition, you will learn how to save files and create a writing template with an image. Presented by Betsy Lambert and Liz Wernig
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  • 1871 School teacher/city girl working at mill in fancy clothes, others in homespun, Farm to factory, loneliness of independence, wealth over social tradition, industrial age over farm community. Woman left rural past for modernityhttp://artgallery.yale.edu/pages/collection/popups/pc_amerps/details18.html
  • 1865 soldiers return to farming after civil war, scythe like grim reaper. War’s harvest was death, great wheat crop, union jacket and wheat as northern crop – northern victory, but sad horizontals even if sunnyhttp://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/homr/hd_homr.htm
  • 1865 soldiers return to farming after civil war, scythe like grim reaper. War’s harvest was death, great wheat crop, union jacket and wheat as northern crop – northern victory, but sad horizontals even if sunnyhttp://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/homr/hd_homr.htm
  • 1899 after time in Bahamas, gulf stream waters are darker, mast broken, oarless, typhoon, ship blood in water, black man in peril, reconstruction, solitudehttp://www.metmuseum.org/works_of_art/collection_database/american_paintings_and_sculpture/the_gulf_stream_winslow_homer/objectview.aspx?collID=2&OID=20011479
  • 1865 soldiers return to farming after civil war, scythe like grim reaper. War’s harvest was death, great wheat crop, union jacket and wheat as northern crop – northern victory, but sad horizontals even if sunnyhttp://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/homr/hd_homr.htm
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    • 1. Using Technology to Bring the Art of Winslow Homer into Your Classroom
      This workshop will introduce you to
      paintings by Winslow Homer that can be used to
      enrich and inform standards-based instruction in
      Language Arts, history, and science. Strategies for
      creating your own lessons will be shared, as well as
      how to locate lessons that others have prepared for
      you. In addition, you will learn how to save files and
      create a writing template with an image.
       
      Presented by Betsy Lambert and Liz Wernig
    • 2. Workshop Schedule
      Morning Bell and Fall of a Cowboy - Backwards Design
      Breezing Up – Visual Thinking Strategies
      Veteran in a New Field – Note Taking
      Gulf Stream – Multiple Intelligences, Point of View
      Compare and Contrast paintings
      Fog Warning – Story Elements
      How to save files and create a writing template
      How to locate existing lessons
      Close and Evaluation
    • 3. Backwards Design
      Identify Desired Results:
      (portions of Mass Framework theme #6)
      [Students will understand] the development of technology and its effects on people’s standard of living, economic growth, communal life, and the environment.
    • 4. 2. Determine Acceptable Evidence
      Assessments that would show student understanding of how the development of technology effected:
      Standard of living
      Economic growth
      Communal life
      Environment
    • 5. 3. Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction (and identify appropriate art work)
      Fall of the Cowboy
      Remington 1895
      Morning Bell, Winslow Homer 1871
    • 6. Breezing Up, 1876
    • 7. Visual Thinking Strategies
      What's going on in this picture?
      What do you see that makes you say that?
      What more can you find?
    • 8. Blooms Taxonomy
      Evaluation: defends, justifies
      Synthesis: revises, modifies, combines
      Analysis: compares, contrasts, analyzes
      Application: produces, uses, applies
      Comprehension: explains, gives examples, interprets
      Knowledge: identifies, names, lists
    • 9. Veteran in a New Field, 1865
    • 10. Veteran in a New Field, 1865
    • 11. Visual Note Taking
      Design Elements:
      Space
      Line
      Balance
      Shape
      Value
      Key elements:
      Composition
      Balance
      Rhythm
      Observation- Free Sketch
      Artful Thinking Program- Free Write
      What do you see?
      What do you think about that?
      What does it make you wonder?
    • 12. Gulf Stream, 1899
    • 13. Applying Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences to ‘The Gulf Stream’
      Bodily-kinesthetic
      Logical-Mathematical
      Interpersonal
      Linguistic
      Musical
      Naturalist
      Spatial
      Intrapersonal
      Existentialist
    • 14. Point of View
      Intrapersonal: Assume the identity of the man on the deck- what is he thinking? What does he see?
      Existentialist: Where is he going?
    • 15. Analysis, Evaluation and Creation
      Graphic Organizers:
      Compare and Contrast Making Connections
    • 16. The Fog Warning 1885
    • 17. Fog Warning - Story Elements
      Setting Character Plot Conflict Ending
    • 18. Visual Thinking Strategies
      What's going on in this picture?
      What do you see that makes you say that?
      What more can you find?
    • 19. MOODLE
      www.m-ums.com/moodle
    • 20. Credits
      Backwards Design http://digitalliteracy.mwg.org/curriculum/process.html
      Breezing Up: http://www.nga.gov/fcgi-bin/timage_f?object=30244.0&oimage=0&c=
      Blooms taxonomy:
      http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/edtec470/sp09/5/bloomstaxanomy.html
      Fall of a Cowboy http://www.cartermuseum.org/Inspiring_Visions/Remington/remington1895_art.html
      Fog Warning http://www.mfa.org/collections/index.asp
    • 21. Credits, continued
      Gulf Stream http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/06.1234
      Morning Bell http://artgallery.yale.edu/pages/collection/popups/pc_amerps/enlarge18.html
      Multiple Intelligences
      Veteran in a New Field http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/67.187.131
      Visual Thinking Strategies http://vtshome.org/