8th FAR EAST LCE Session form I bim 2012- 2013Presentation Transcript
Código GS-FR-084 C QUARTERLY EVALUATION Fecha de Versión 2011-09-22 Elaboró: Edith Ceferino Revisó: Luis Fernando Contreras Aprobó: Edith Ceferino Cargo: Coordinadora Cargo: Coordinador Gestión de Calidad Cargo: Coordinadora Académica Primaria Académica Primaria Fecha: Sept. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sep. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sept. 22 de 2011DEPARTMENT: ART SUBJECT: ARTISTIC EDUCATION WEEK: October 2 2012 GRADE: 8th LCE SESSION (Learning, Creation, Evidence Session) PLANNERTeacher: Alejandra Diaz Quarter: II COMPETENCE TYPE OF S TO BE DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY ACTIVITY GRADED Self – Co and Hetero Evaluation format on their creative product. Check List. MD1 MD2 x ARTDISCOVERYJOURNAL
ARTNETWORK Presentation on WESTERN COMICS IMD2 x ARTISTS’ As examples for creative structures for the creation for their own comic- Interdisciplinary projectLOUNGE
According to the information received of Graphic Novels IMD2 Sketch the structure of the Comic htat will be the Final product of their Interdisciplinary C D1 X Project- English-Art- C D2CREATION LAB In a Cardboard, according to their previous skect –make the structure in real size, taking as an starting point the creative products made during the quarter: • Haiku- Title of the Comic • Ukiyo-e – setting of the Story or an specific scene selected • Calligraphy- signature of the artist- appropriation made by themselves. They needed to include • Principal Character • Character in motion • Close up of the character
Presentation on Graphic Novels IMD2 x TECH-TOOL WORKSHOP Indicators to be evaluated Artistic references Examples CT D1 Instructions CT D2 X On the Written Workshop the students write down an essay, according to the structure given: IMD1WRITTEN introductory paragraph, development and self opinionWORKSHOP The essay was about the artistic references reviewed during the quarter, the influence they made on Art of the XX century and their spiritual importance.
The student had at all times, their creative products and their Creative Logbooks, where they hadtheir metacognitive process to use as reference, specially the appropriation part of the Logbook.