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  • PICASSO PROJECT P5PICASSO PROJECT P5By Natàlia Teixidó
  • Title of the lesson: PICASSO´S PORTRAITDate :May 2013Unit of study: PICASSOLevel and group P5Number of children 13 (half of the group)Timing: 30 minutes/one sessionThis lesson has been designed to get Picasso world closer tolittle children by working on different kind of activities in orderto develop creativity by a plastic language.
  • PICASSO PORTRAITS USED
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION:•They already know the colours and the words painter and painting.•They know that Picasso was a painter.•They already know some shapes as triangle, rectangle and square.•They already know parts of the face as: eyes, nose, hair, ears andmouth.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:•To talk about some Picasso portraits presented using the colours,shapes and parts of the face - in a guided way.•To create a Picasso portrait with an interactive activity.
  • COMPETENCES INVOLVED:•Artistic and cultural: Showing and talking aboutdifferent Picasso portraits.•Linguistic and audiovisual communicative: ability tolisten to and to express themselves in a very simple andguided way about the portraits.•Personal autonomy and initiative: children have theinitiative to say the colours and the parts of the facethey see in the Picasso portraits and creating one withthe digital board.
  • ASSESSMENT:•Direct observation•Participation in class•Describing a Picasso portrait•Creating a portrait
  • I have focused the lesson on the Picasso portraits.Firstly, I’ll start the lesson showing children the magic box(inside we have some laminated Picassos portraits). Wedo the activity: Knock, Knock whats in the box? One, two,three open the box. Next, I’ll ask them: what can you see?Maybe some children can answer a face but my answerwould be a PORTRAIT. We can see a Portrait! 5 minutesactivity.After that, I can guide them to talk about colours, shapesand also parts of the face they see. I emphasize we areseeing Pablo Picasso portraits, we talk about the one theylike more. We can see a red eye, etc…10 minutes activity.DESCRIPTION:
  • Finally, with the digital board we can create one portrait alltogether activity- Picasso head- following the teacherquestions. 15 minutes activity. DESCRIPTION:
  • INTERACTION:Total interaction in T-Ss and T-S because the teacherguides them in all the session.SKILLS:We work the listening, speaking and the interaction.MATERIALS:Magic Box, some laminated Picasso portraits and Picassohead digital board activity.
  • BLOOM´S TAXONOMY:Students will get the Remembering level. Children candescribe, distinguish, draw, identify and recognize.CreatingEvaluatingAnalyzingApplyingUnderstanding
  • ICT RESOURCES:•Digital board•Google images Picasso•www.bcn.cat/museupicasso•www.picassohead.com/createhtml
  • REFLEXIONSIt has been a very nice experience with very little children. Theyreally enjoy creating the digital potraits on the magic board. Theywere motivated in the activities proposed. It was funny to seetheir faces when the Picasso portraits appeared from the MagicBox.
  • THANK-YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOURATTENTION.