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Stained glass

  1. 1. Stained Glass<br />Shape and Color<br />By Marie Max-Fritz<br />Grade: KINDERGARTEN<br />2010<br />
  2. 2. WHAT AM I?<br />
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  4. 4. WHAT COLORS DO YOU SEE?<br />
  5. 5. WHAT SHAPES DO YOU SEE?<br />
  6. 6. NAME THE SHAPES AND COLORS. <br />
  7. 7. Goal: <br />Students will produce stained glass models .<br />Objective:<br />1. Students will improve cognitive skills by interpreting narrative stories <br />2. Students will improve motor skills by line drawing <br />3. Students will improve motor skills by applying color<br />4. Students will improve understanding affect of color interplay<br /> Students will create a stained glass image<br />Resources:<br />Power point<br />Samples of stained glass<br />Materials:<br />Clear contact paper<br />String<br />glue<br />Markers<br />Pre-formed shapes or shape templates<br />Paper frames<br />colored tissue paper pieces<br /> Teacher Preparation<br />power-point presentation<br />color exemplars for each table<br />pre-ut 2 paper frames per child<br />pre-cut clear contact paper to fit frame window<br />Peel off sticky cover from contact paper (set aside)<br />attach contact paper to one frame each <br />re-adhere sticky cover to prepared framed window<br />supply each work space with required material<br />
  8. 8. Directions:<br />1. Trace shapes onto multi-colored paper(s) from pre-formed shapes or templates.<br />2. Cut the shapes out with scissors.<br />3. Peel the sticky cover off the framed widow.<br />4. Attach shapes and overlap to cover all areas of windows.<br />5. Glue back side of frame onto window.<br />6. Decorate frame and add lines or images to colored picture windows.<br /> <br />Extension:<br /> Students can attach yarn or string to hang artwork (with teacher's help). <br />Vocabulary<br />Medieval- era between the years AD 1300 -AD 1500<br />Rosette- circular stained glass window<br />Rondel- a circular picture<br />Icon- a character or person of symbolic importance<br />Safety Concerns:<br />none<br />
  9. 9. Critique/Evaluation/Assessment:<br />1. critique discussion on affectiveness of project and production<br />2. evaluate % of attendance, class participation, following directions, completing assignments, vocabulary quiz scores<br />3. assessment unsatisfactory, satisfactory, outstanding<br />Time Budget:<br />40 mins - <br />5 min. intro, <br />30 min. work time, <br />3 min clean-up, <br />2 min. critique and closing <br />Bibliography/References:<br />http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/glas/hd_glas.htm<br />Notre Dame, http://images.google.com/images?q=notre+dame+stained+glass&ndsp=21&hl=en&sa=N&start=21&um=1<br />http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ho/08/euwc/ho_13.64.3ab.htm<br />http://www.philamuseum.org/collections/permanent/54100.html?mulR=8364<br />Stained Glass: Art or Anti-art, John Piper, Studio Vista:London, 1968<br />Eyewitness Knight, Christopher Gravett, DK Publising,Inc.,2007<br />Art Smart, Susan Rodriquez,Pearson Education, 2007<br />Metropolitan Museum of Art, Howard Hibbard, Harrison House, 1980<br />

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