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The roles of art and music edu.101-c01-jacoby (plays as a full power point-alone) (6) (2)

The roles of art and music edu.101-c01-jacoby (plays as a full power point-alone) (6) (2)



My very 1st powerpoint EVER! It is kind of long but I think I did pretty good considering. :)

My very 1st powerpoint EVER! It is kind of long but I think I did pretty good considering. :)



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    The roles of art and music edu.101-c01-jacoby (plays as a full power point-alone) (6) (2) The roles of art and music edu.101-c01-jacoby (plays as a full power point-alone) (6) (2) Presentation Transcript

    • "To see a world ina grain ofsand, and a heavenin a wildflower...hold infinity in thepalm of yourhand, and eternity Art andin anhour...”~WilliamBlake Music Created The Roles They Play in OurBy: Schools…Rachel N.
    • Every child is an artist. The problem is how toremain an artist once we grow up. ~Pablo Picasso ArtThrough teaching art we can help a childgrow inthe following areas:• Promote self-esteem• Recognize elements & principles of art• Eye/hand coordination (fine motorskills)• The ability to learn to create what theysee• Learn Art History and Culture• Experience different mediums• Create a higher level of concentrationand an interest in learning• Strengthen auditory processing
    • Art is Mans nature. Nature is godsart. ~James BaileyMusicMusic Facts:• Playing a musical instrument significantly enhances the brainstems sensitivity to speech sounds.• Young Children who take music lessons show different brain development and improved memory over the course of a year.• Musically trained children performed better in a memory test that is correlated with general intelligence skills such as literacy, verbal memory, visiospatial processing, mathematics, and IQ.
    • Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. ~Berthold AuerbachMusic Is Important Because… Music majors are the most likely group of college grads to be admitted to medical school. Students who participate in school band or orchestra have the lowest levels of current and lifelong use of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs among any group in our society. High school music students have been shown to hold higher grade point averages (GPA) than non-musicians in the same school. 78% of Americans feel learning a musical instrument helps students perform better in other subjects. * Nine out of ten adults and teenagers who play instruments agree that music making brings the family closer together. With music in schools, students connect to each other better-greater camaraderie, fewer fights, less racism and reduced use of hurtful sarcasm.. A study of 7,500 university students revealed that music majors scored the highest reading scores among all majors including English, biology, chemistry and math.
    • “The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.”~MichelangeloArt Is Important Because… Creating art helps children discover the unexpected possibilities of their creativity. Art teaches critical thinking rather than getting the right answer. Through art children learn that problems can have more than one solution and that questions can have more than one answer. Art teaches students about subtleties. Art teaches children to evaluate and make good judgments about qualitative relationships. Art reminds us that the limits of our language do not define the limits of our thinking. Art celebrates multiple perspectives and different ways to see and interpret the world. Art teaches students to explore through and within possible responses. Art empowers children to say what cannot be said. Art enables us to discover the range and variety of what we are capable of doing. Including art in the school curriculum shows students what adults know is important.
    • When the colors work together, they have an amazing sound, like a good chorus in harmony. ~Aleksander Titovets Young people who participate in Art/Music for at least three hours on three days each week through at least one full year are: • 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement. • 3 times more likely to be electedArts Education Facts to class office within their schools.Young artists, as compared with • 4 times more likely totheir peers, are likely to: participate in a math and science• Attend music, art, and dance fair. • 3 times more likely to win an classes nearly three times as award for school attendance. frequently • 4 times more likely to win an• Participate in youth groups award for writing an essay or nearly four times as frequently poem.• Read for pleasure nearly twice as often• Perform community service more than four times as often
    • Art is when you hear a knocking from your soul - and you answer. ~Terri GuillemetsThe Facts are That Art/Music Education… Strengthens student problem-solving and critical thinking skills, adding to overall academic achievement and school success. Helps students develop a sense of craftsmanship, quality task performance, and goal- setting skills needed to succeed in the classroom and beyond. Can help troubled youth, providing an alternative to destructive behavior and another way for students to approach learning. Provides another opportunity for parental, community, and business involvement with schools, including arts and humanities organizations. Helps all students develop more appreciation and understanding of the world around them. Helps students develop a positive work ethic and pride in a job well done. Makes a tremendous impact on the developmental growth of every child and has proven to help level the "learning field" across socio-economic boundaries. Helps students develop the mind and body by encouraging reflection and higher level thinking as well as active learning.
    • “Art is the most intense mode of individualism the world has ever known.” ~Oscar WildeExamples of What Students Know and Can Do in the Arts… Music  Visual Arts 71% correctly identified a  53% were able to describe symphony orchestra as the specific differences in how type of ensemble that played certain parts of an artists a piece self-portrait were drawn of music 52% were able to identify  34% were able to describe Africa as the region of origin two characteristics of the for a musical excerpt and medium of charcoal as could describe a characteristic used in an artists self- of the musics style portrait 20% were able to identify the  19% were able to connect name of a piano dynamic the formal characteristics marking and explain its of an artists self-portrait meaning with what the artist was trying to communicate Music Visual Arts 71% 52% 53% 20% 34% 19%
    • Amazing and Beautiful!Painting Music… Click Black Area to play Video This is a video of a young man “Painting a Song” for his Art Class. If you cannot view the video, see the link below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haO3IWYc1Mw&list=LLXNcGdOnQj_rz8JxGdr5Eqg&feature= mh_lolz
    • All art requires courage. ~Anne Tucker Referenceshttp://www.artinaction.org/w/WhyArthttp://www.vh1savethemusic.com/node/317http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-arts-educationhttp://nvart.wikidot.com/statistics-and-factshttp://www.childrensmusicworkshop.comhttp://www.dosomething.orghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haO3IWYc1Mw&list=LLXNcGdOnQj_rz8JxGdr5Eqg&feature=mh_lolz
    • The Role of Music and Art… Education-101-C01 By: Rachel N. JacobyThe End