9th LATIN AMERICA. MEXICAN MURALISM. LCE session. bim III, 2013

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9th LATIN AMERICA. MEXICAN MURALISM. LCE session. bim III, 2013

  1. 1. QUARTERLY EVALUATION Código GS-FR-084 CFecha de Versión2011-09-22Elaboró: Edith Ceferino Revisó: Luis Fernando Contreras Aprobó: Edith CeferinoCargo: CoordinadoraAcadémica PrimariaCargo: Coordinador Gestión de Calidad Cargo: Coordinadora Académica PrimariaFecha: Sept. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sep. 22 de 2011 Fecha: Sept. 22 de 2011DEPARTMENT: ART SUBJECT: ARTISTIC EDUCATION BIMESTER: GRADE: 9thLCE SESSION (Learning, Creation, Evidence Session) PLANNERTeacher: Elisa Luque JensenTYPE OF ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITYCOMPETENCES TO BE GRADEDART DISCOVERY JOURNALStudents self-assess their Meme Activityprocess.M1ART NETWORKARTIST LOUNGEStudents read a text about Mexican Muralismand the Mexican Revolution. They have apainting of Diego Rivera as the object toanalyze.xx
  2. 2. CREATION LABStudents do a line black and white drawing fortheir Meme Activity, related to a social andpolitical critique about Colombia.Students write a Meme comment to go with theirdrawing, making a sarcastic critique about thesubject.C1CT1CULTURAL EXPERIENCELIBRARY WORKSHOPTECH TOOL WORKSHOP“The Arsenal” by Diego Rivera is projected tothe class.Also, examples of political Memes are shown tothe students.TECH STUDIOxx
  3. 3. SENSORYEXPERIMENTATIONLABWALL POSTStudents post their Meme on a wall, and interactwith their classmates Memes by posting newcomments on their drawings.CT1x WRITTEN WORKSHOPStudents analyze Diego Rivera’s mural, answerquestions about the relevance of muralism in theMexican revolution and how art works as a wayof expressing political and social ideals.IM1x

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