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Este cuadernillo está pensado para el área de Educación Plástica y Visual, para el curso 1º de ESO, en la opción bilingüe. ...

Este cuadernillo está pensado para el área de Educación Plástica y Visual, para el curso 1º de ESO, en la opción bilingüe.
Supone una herramienta útil y barata (los alumnos deben pagar sólo el coste de las fotocopias y de la encuadernación, que ronda los dos euros).
Las actividades que se proponen en el cuadernillo se realizarán en su mayoría en el cuadernillo, aunque algunas tendrán que realizarse en un bloc de papel de mejor calidad que los folios.
Los principales objetivos de este cuadernillo son facilitar la expresión del alumnado, estimular su creatividad, adquirir destreza en el manejo de las herramientas y los materiales propios de la plástica, favorecer el trabajo cooperativo y en grupo, reflexionar y analizar imágenes del mundo del arte y el diseño, y, sobre todo promover valores como el respeto y cuidado del medio ambiente, el consumo responsable etc.
El cuadernillo está en formato ppt y es editable, para que cada profesor lo pueda adaptar a sus necesidades y a las de sus alumnos.
SI quieres compartir ideas o actividades que tengan objetivos similares, ponte en contacto conmigo y añado tus propuestas.

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    • CLIL PROYECT1º of ESOIES MESA Y LÓPEZThis book belongs to:_____________________________________________0
    • INDEX:Unit 0: Materials and classroom languageUnit 1: Visual comunicationUnit 2: Lines and shapesUnit 3: Geometric shapesUnit 4: Light and coloursUnit 5: Forms and spaceUnit 6: ComicUnit 7: Using the computerUnit 8: Analysing imagesEVALUACIÓN:ASPECTO EVALUADO INSTRUMENTO DEEVALUACIÓNPORCENTAJE DE LACALIFICACIÓN TOTALCOMPRENSIÓN YAPLICACIÓNDE LOS CONTENIDOS.Controles,trabajos monográficosexposiciones orales20 % de la nota total.PROCEDIMIENTOS,HÁBITOS DE TRABAJO.Proyectos.CuadernilloBloc de dibujo o láminas.Trabajos teóricos.50 % de la nota total.ACTITUD. Registros:Asistencia.Material.Respeto.Interés.Participación.DeberesLimpieza30% de la nota total.
    • 2RULESMATERIALS I HAVE TO BRING EVERY DAY2 lápices de grafito HB y 3B (no traer portaminas)Goma y afiladorAl menos 12 lápices de coloresAl menos 12 rotuladores de punta gruesa1 rotulador fino negro con tinta de gel1 regla pequeñaBloc de dibujo DINA 4 con láminas de al menos 120 gr.MATERIALS I HAVE TO BRING WHEN MY TEACHER TELLS ME1 caja de al menos 10 ceras Manley (no traer otra marca)Esuadra, cartabón y transportador de ángulos (o GEODREIECK )Compás de precisiónTijerasPegamento2 Euros para pagar este cuadernillo y el resto del material común que se usa en el curso (Barro,palillos para modelar, témperas, pinceles, rotuladores permanentes, etc.)Pen- drive
    • UNIT 0: MATERIALS AND CLASSROOM LANGUAGE3CLASSROOM LANGUAGE:… doing a roll call…•HERE: AQUÍ, PRESENTE… calling the teacher…•MISS/MISTER, PLEASE!•COULD YOU COME, PLEASE? :¿ PUEDE VENIR, POR FAVOR?… you don’t understand…•COULD YOU REPEAT, PLEASE?: ¿PODRÍA REPETIR, POR FAVOR?•I´M SORRY, I DON´T UNDERSTAND: LO SIENTO, NO ENTIENDO.•COULD YOU SPEAK LOUDER? : ¿PUEDE HABLAR MÁS ALTO?•COULD YOU SPEAK MORE SLOWLY: ¿PUEDE HABLAR MÁS DESPACIO?… asking for permission…•MAY I GO TO THE TOILETE?: ¿PUEDO IR AL SERVICIO?•CAN WE USE OUR BOOK/ DICTIONARY…? : ¿PODEMOS USAR EL LIBRO/ ELDICCIONARIO…?•MAY I BORROW A PENCIL, A PEN ….? : ¿PUEDO PEDIR ….?•MAY I SIT DOWN HERE WITH ..?: PUEDO SENTARME AQUÍ CON …?•SORRY I´M LATE, MAY I COME IN?: SIENTO EL RETRASO, ¿PUEDO ENTRAR?… asking questions…•HOW DO YOU SAY ………. IN ENGLISH? : ¿CÓMO SE DICE ……..EN INGLÉS?•WHAT DOES ………… MEAN IN ENGLISH?: ¿QUÉ SIGNIFICA ……….. EN INGLÉS?•WHAT´S THE ENGLISH/SPANISH WORD FOR… ?: ¿CUÁL ES LA PALABRA EN INGLÉSPARA …?•I HAVE A QUESTION: TENGO UNA PREGUNTA.•HOW DO YOU SPELL IT? : ¿CÓMO SE DELETREA?•HOW DO YOU PRONOUNCE THIS WORD? : ¿CÓMO SE PRONUNCIA ESTA PALABRA?•IS THIS RIGHT/OK? : ¿ESTÁ BIEN?, ¿ ES CORRECTO?•WHAT DO I / WE HAVE TO DO?: ¿QUÉ TENGO/TENEMOS QUE HACER?•WHEN ARE WE TAKING THE EXAM? : ¿CUÁNDO TENEMOS EL EXAMEN?•HOW LONG DO WE HAVE TO COMPLETE THE WORKSHEET?: ¿ CUANTO TIEMPOTENEMOS PARA ….?•IS IT FOR HANDING IN? : ¿ ES PARA ENTREGAR?•WHEN DO WE HAVE TO HAND IT IN? : ¿ CUÁNDO HAY QUE ENTREGARLO?•WHAT PAGE? : ¿ EN QUÉ PÁGINA?•WHICH EXERCISE? : ¿ QUÉ EJERCICIO?…correcting, answering, expressing…•I THINK I GOT IT WRONG: CREO QUE LO TENGO/LO HICE MAL.•I DON´T KNOW THE ANSWER: NO SÉ LA RESPUESTA.•I HAVE ALREADY FINISHED: YA HE TERMINADO.•I HAVEN´T FINISHED YET: TODAVÍA NO HE TERMINADO.•I COULDN´T FINISH : NO PUDE TERMINAR.•I DIDN´T HAVE EHOUGH TIME. NO TUVE TIEMPO SUFICIENTE.•I CAN´T SEE THE BOARD, THE ..: NO PUEDO VER LA PIZARRA,…•I KNOW THE ANSWER: SÉ LA RESPUESTA•I WOULD LIKE TO CORRECT/ TO ANSWER: MES GUSTARÍA CORREGIR, RESPONDER•SORRY, BUT I FORGOT TO BRING MY …: LO SIENTO, PERO SE ME OLVIDÓTRAER …
    • UNIT 0: MATERIALS AND CLASSROOM LANGUAGE4
    • UNIT 0: MATERIALS AND CLASSROOM LANGUAGE5
    • UNIT 0: MATERIALS AND CLASSROOM LANGUAGEWrite as many sentences as possible:We usea sharpenertopaintsharpenanglesan erasera rulerstraight linesa compassdrawwipe offa protractor circlesour pencilsa pencila markercutmeasurepapera brusha colour pencilwith poster colorsa squarescissors perpendicular lines6
    • 71. Look at the examples of these TYPES OF IMAGES:2. Are they drawings, paintings, photographs, advertisings, logos, signs, sculptures,posters, comics…2. Do you know other types of images that are missing?3. Order them from more realistic to abstract.UNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATION
    • UNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATIONTurn these abstract shapes into objects. Then write the name of every object underevery picture8
    • 9UNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATIONDraw a graffiti with your name on your drawing pad1. Draw a rectangle for every letterof you name. Try to draw it on thecentre of the page2. Write the name inside the framewith capital letters. With a pencil.Draw it very soft, so you can eraseit at the end.3. Draw bars or ovals around everyline of the letters. Then erase theinside lines.4. Bend the letters and add serifs,arrows, bits, or anything you like.Look at the examples below.5. Draw around the outlines anderase the inside lines.6. Paint the inside with wax crayons or markers.Add some thick lines to the left of each letter , soit looks like a shadow, and add some highlights.
    • UNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATIONNow design three signs with the following meanings: Glass recycling, plastic recycling, and paperrecycling. Use one or two markers to paint them:Write the possible meaning of these signs :10
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish11WRITE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS ABOVERevision:UNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATION
    • UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPESArt elements are the building blocks of any work of art. The main elements are line, color,value, texture, space, shape and form.THE LINE is an imaginary succession of points used to draw things on a planesurface.The line has always a direction and a thicknessWe use lines to limit forms , to draw structures, but also to create an impression ofvolume and space.Types of lines:Positive and Negative Shapes and FormsShapes can be expressed as either positive or negative.A positive shape is one that is created by the artist and is clearlyvisible. A positive shape possesses a clear border and can easilybe identified by a viewer. A positive form is anything the artistcreates that contains mass.Negative shapes are more difficult to define. Basically a negativeshape is created within the space between or around positiveshapes. In the most basic explaination possible, a dougnut shapeor form would possess a negative shape or form in the doughnuthole space.Shape is an enclosed space defined by other elements of art. When a line crosses itself orintersects with other lines to enclose a space it creates a shape. Shape is two-dimensional,it has height and width but no depth.Organic and Geometric ShapesGeometric Shapes are circles, squares, rectangles, trianglesand other polygons. We see them in architecture andmanufactured items. These can be defined in mathematicalterms.Organic Shapes are, for example, leafs, seashells, flowers,etc. These shapes are not regular or even. Their edges arecurved, angular, or a combination of both. We see them innature and with characteristics that are free flowing, informaland irregular.12
    •  Draw five or six lines that cross each otherTry to fill the spaces between the lines with asmany types of lines as you can.Try all types of lines: wavy, curly, jagged, dashes,fat, thin, etc.UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES13
    • UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES14DRAWING WITH GEOMETRIC SHAPESDraw these pictures (organic shapes) using geometric shapes:Tux is a penguin character and theofficial mascot of the Linux kernel. It wascreated by Larry Ewing in 1996.The Mediterranean monk seal (Monachusmonachus) is one of the world’s most endangeredmarine mammals, with fewer than 600 individualscurrently surviving.They used to live on the Canary Islands, but thedeterioration of their habitat , the killing byfishermen, (accidentally or not), and the pollution ofthe water made them disappear from our coasts.
    • Draw things that look like the following lettersUNIT 1: VISUAL COMUNICATIONA B CD E FG H IJ K LM N O15
    • 16UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPESLook at these logos. They all have very interesting negative shapes.Now try to do something similar with a letter of your name. You canuse more letters if you want, too.Draw some sketches first. Then, paint it with only one or twomarkers.
    • 17UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPESSHAPESChoose a picture an draw the outline, the fill and the silhouette of it. Look at theexample below:Picture: Outline: Silhouette: Fill:
    • UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPESVocabulary:Cartoon:……………………………………………Snout:……………………………………………..Rough outline:……………………………………Cheeky pup:……………………………………….To blacken:………………………………………..Hind leg:……………………………………………Cheeky grin:……………………………………….Tuft:………………………………………………….Furry eyebrows:…………………………………….Tasty bone:…………………………………………..Paw-like feet:………………………………………….A little tail:……………………………………………...Furry belly:……………………………………………..Smart collar:……………………………………………Stephen Marchant, a cartoonist from Londons Cartoon Museum, shows you how to draw a cartoondog. Create your cheeky pup, with these simple cartoon tips.Step 1: Rough outlineStart with an oval for his head. Overlap another oval for your dogs snout. Next, mark out his body.Like all good cartoon dogs, this one stands on his hind legs. Mark out his arms and his floppy ears.Check your pencil outline before you carry on.Step 2: DetailsFirst, give your dog a nose and a snout with a cheeky grin. Mark out two little eyes just above it andthen blacken his nose. Give him a tuft of hair and furry eyebrows. Ears next and now onto his body.Go over the outline. Give him arms and put a tasty bone in his hand. Draw his legs with strong paw-like feet. A little tail, a furry belly and a smart collar complete your cartoon dog… woof!1. You need the following things: A pencil, an eraser, a black marker2. Try to draw a cartoon or a real dog3. Now, watch the video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoIEusFiDsU) little by little andfollow the instructions.Step 1:Rough outline (use a pencil)Step 2:Details (use a black marker)18
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish19Revision:UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPESANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:1. Which are the main elements of visual art?2. What is a geometric shape?3. And an organic shape?4. What are positive or negative shapes of a picture?
    • UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESPOINTSA point specifies only location; it hasno_________, width, or depth.We draw it like this:We name it with ________lettersLINE SEGMENTSA line segment is the_________of a line lyingstrictly between twopoints. It has a finitelength.STRAIGHT LINESA line has only one ___________:length. It continues forever in twodirections (so it has __________length). A straight line connects twopoints via the shortest________.We name it with ____________letters.ANGLES:A shape formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint or two lines that intersect. An angle hasone ____________ and two sides.Accute angle: An angle that measures morethan ___and less than _____.Obtuse angle: An angle that measures morethan _____and less than _____.RAYA ray is the result ofdividing a straight line intwo parts. It has abeginning, but it does nothave an __________.INTERSECTING LINES:PERPENDICULAR LINESA line is perpendicular to another if they meet at 90º.PARALELL LINES:Parallel lines never intersect. They are always the same _________ apart.ANGLE BISECTOR SEGMENT BISECTORLines that have one _______ in common are known asintersecting lines. To intersect is to meet, cut across, oroverlap.Right angle: An angle thatmeasures exactly _____.An angle bisector is a ray that cuts the angleexactly in ______, making two equal angles.We draw it this way:is a line or a ray or a segment that divides aline segment into two _______ parts. It is____________________ to the segment.We draw it this way:20
    • UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESUse the compass to create an abstract composition withcircles. Paint it with colouring pencils and markers.Look at the example on the right(it is a picture by R. Delaunay)21
    • Draw a 20 mm segment, then a 25mmsegment, a 35 mm, and 2,8cm one.How long are the following segments?Measure them.UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPES22Drawing angles and triangles:1. Use the protractor to draw the following angles (are they acute, straight or obtuse?):30º:______________ 75º:_____________ 12º:_______________2. Use the protractor to measure the following angles (are they acute, straight or obtuse?):3. Draw the following triangles:c= 45 mma=25mmb=35mmEquilateral trianglec=40mmc= 50 mmÂ=50ºB= 30º
    • UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPES23Divide a segment in 14 parts of 1 cm each.Then, draw the segment bisector. On thevertical line, draw 7 marks of 1 cm bothhalves.Join the points with lines as you see on theexample.
    • FIVE POINTS STARDRAWING STARSO O OMCOMPCOMPCOMP1. Draw a circle with your compass.Then, draw an horizontal diameter.2. Draw the bisector of thediameter.3. Draw the bisector of the radius.4. Taking M as the centre of it,draw an arc from C to P.5. Using C as the centre now, openyour compass a little bit to reach Pand then draw an arc that crossesthe circle. This is the measure ofevery side of the pentagon, so youcan distribute al over thecircumference.6. Join every non consecutive pointto form the star.ESTRELLA DE 6 PUNTAS1. Draw a circumference.2. Use any point of the circumferenceas a centre and open your compassuntil you reach the centre of thecircle.2. The radius of the circumferenceis the measure of every side of thehexagon3. Join every non consecutive pointto form two triangles. It will looklike a star..UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESIf you need some help:https://dibtecnico.wikispaces.com24
    • UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPES1. Draw a circle with yourcompass.Don’t forget to draw the centerof it first!3. Cut the edge of thecircle with a pair ofscissors4. Fold the circle following thelines you drew before.2. Divide it in 6 parts as you did to draw ahexagon.5. Draw the patterns andcut the parts that arepainted in black.6. Try to cut other paterns andsee what shapes you get!Which one makes a star, andwhich a snowflake?25DON’T FORGET USING RECYCLED PAPER!
    • 26UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESLook at the poster. Then translatethe information on it:
    • 27UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESCHRISTMAS CAN BE SUSTAINABLE! HERE ARE SOME IDEAS:1. Copy your snowflakes and stars on recycled milk or juice packages. You can use them todecorate your Christmas tree.2. Create your own paper bags with old newspapers ormagazines and put your presents or shopping items inside.3. Do your own decoration foryour presents using strips ofmagazines.Form groups of four and write down some more ideas to celebrate a more sustainable and caringChristmas:IS IT ONLY ABOUT BUYING LOT OF STUFF WE REALLY DON´T NEED?
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish28UNIT 3: GEOMETRIC SHAPESANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:1. What is a segment bisector?2. What is a polygon?3. And a star?
    • UNIT 4: LIGHT AND COLOURSShading:Drawing:29A popular proverb says: Oneapple a day keeps the doctoraway.Do you agree? Do you eatenough fruit?Fill the rectangles withyour pencil trying tocreate different shadesfrom black to white.Draw an apple in therectangle and shade it withyour pencil. Don’t forget thecast and the core shadow!.If you finish soon, you can tryto draw this eye on yourdrawing pad:
    • The Colour WheelThe colours that artists use are made up of_____________ colours (magenta, cyanand ______________). With these three,plus white, you can make up almost anycolour you like.Magenta and yellow make______________, for example, and yellowand ___________ make green. Violet ismade of __________ and cyan. Violet,green and orange are called_____________ colours.Mix all three prymary colours toghetherand you get __________ or black.1. Fill in the gaps with the folowing words:brown, orange, cyan, secondary, yellow, prymary, magentaUNIT 4: LIGHT AND COLOURS30MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEMEDraw a dragon and paint it with a monochromatic colour scheme (Using only onecolour, with different tints ands shades)MAGENTA
    • UNIT 4: LIGHT AND COLOURS31DID YOU KNOW HOW MANY TREES DO WE NEED TO BREATH?Every day, a person needs 22 trees to create the oxygen that he needs tobreath…Lets thank them with two nice landscape paintings!Divide a sheet of your drawing pad in two parts anddraw the same landscape. There must be one or moretrees in the foreground, and some mountains in thebackground.Paint one of the landscapes in warm colours, and theother in cool colours. Use wax colours.Then divide another sheet in two parts and drawa symmetric butterfly. Paint the left part withprimary and secondary colours, and the otherwith tertiary colours.
    • 32UNIT 4: LIGHT AND COLOURS
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish33UNIT 4: LIGHT AND COLOURSPREPARE A RESEARCH WORK ABOUT COLOURTITLE: THE MEANINGS OF COLOURSEl trabajo se realizará a mano, en folios blancos tamaño DINA4, con márgenes acada lado y tendrá las siguientes páginas:1. Portada: En ella aparecerá el título del trabajo, la asignatura, el nombre delalumno, el curso y la fecha de realización del mismo.2. Índice3. Siguientes páginas: En cada página debe aparecer un color, y su significado ennuestra cultura, y en alguna otra a su elección. Además, deberán aparecerimágenes, dibujos o fotos que ejemplifiquen el significado de cada color.Los colores son: Blanco, negro, amarillo, naranja, rojo, azul, lila, verde.4. Última página: Bibliografía (Nombre de los libros y de las páginas web de dóndese ha sacado la información)
    • UNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACE34Draw these objects on thestructure below. Add someother objects, like a computer,a robot, a phone, a box, etc.
    • 35UNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACEDRAWAROOMWITHFURNITURE,ACITY,ORANYTHINGYOULIKE.
    • UNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACEDraw some of the objects you did on the previous worksheet, but now without using the whole structure.Look at the examples:36
    • 37UNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACE1. Break a section of clay off from the mainblock and begin to soften the clay by rolling itbetween the palms of your hands.Then, form a sphere with the clay.2. Apply pressure to the sphereuntil it turns into a cylinder.3. Use nylon to cut off a slicefrom the top of the cylinder. Itwill be the lid of the box.4. Carefully, make a hole in thecylinder. It will be the inside ofthe box. Try to give the wallsthe same thickness.HOW TO MAKE A CYLINDRICAL BOX WITH CLAY5. Add a coil of clay to the innerpart of the lid, so that it fits intothe box6. Decorate the top of the lid.Do some sketches first:
    • 38Copy some of these images on your drawing pad to create an underwater scene. You can also find outnew ones. Paint it with coloured pencils and wax crayons.Remember:1. Things that are on the foreground cover thing of the background.2. Things that are far away look smaller than things that are near.3. The foreground has brighter colours, and more details than the backgroundUNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACE
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish39WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT?Revision:UNIT 5: FORMS AND SPACE
    • Write the name of every comic element:40UNIT 6: COMICBALLOONDREAMINGONOMATOPEIAName HisHerItsname is …secret identity name is…superhero´s name is…Age He isShe isIt is… years oldNationality He isShe isIt isfrom Spain/ England/ Japan/ Portugal…spanish/ english/ japanese/ portuguese…Job/OccupationHe isShe isIt isa scientistcowboyphotographer…anAppearance/PersonalityHe isShe isIt istall / shorthandsom/ uglybrave/ intelligent/ strong…Clothes Costume He isShe isIt iswearing aanred capeyellow hat…blue pantsblack bootsAbilities HeSheItcancan’tflyrun very fast…Describe aninvented comiccharacter onyour workpad.Then, draw it.Use this framesas a guide.
    • Happy AngrySleepyTerrifiedSurprisedSuspiciousSadEmbarrased41UNIT 6: COMICIf you need some help:www. educacionplastica.wikispaces.com
    • 42UNIT 6: COMICPROPORTIONS:Lookatthedifferentproportionsofthesecharacters.Copythecharactersusingthescheme,counthowmanytimestheheightoftheirheadstheyare,andtrytoguesstheirage.Thischaracteris_______timestheheightofhishead.Hecanbe________yearsold.Thischaracteris___________________________________.Hecanbe___________________Thischaracteris___________________________________.Hecanbe___________________
    • 43UNIT 6: COMICCartoonists and artists use the head to compare with the body and make theircharacters look childish and cute, or as a superhero.Try to copy any of these characters in your drawing pad. Watch out proportions!
    • 1. Turn these pictures of landscapes and cityscapes into sceneries by simplifying them. Add somecharacters to each one, and some elements of comic language.44UNIT 6: COMIC
    • 45UNIT 6: COMICUse these images and elements to create a comic strip on your drawing pad. You can cut them andglue them on it, or you can copy them. You can also add anything you want. Paint it at the end.Try to tell a social, ecological or just positive story.CHARACTERS:MOVEMENTLINES:ONOMATOPEIAS:VISUAL METAPHORS:BALOONS:
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish46WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT?Revision:UNIT 6: COMIC
    • HOW TO DRAW A WORM WITH INKSCAPE1. Start drawing agreen circle.2. Add another smaller circle inthe same color, and then aneven smaller withe one.3. Add a little black circle inthe middle of the white one.5, Duplicate the four “eyecircles” and move them over tothe other side.(select, copy, paste)6, Draw a little circleunder the big one for theworm´s body, andduplicate it.4, Add a fifth white circlefor the highlight.10, Draw two lines forthe worm´s antennas andadd two little circles atthe end.7, Draw a circle under theeyes for the wormsmouth.8, Convert the circle to apath (Path/object to path)and use theEdit path tool toform the mouth.9, Duplicate the mouthand change the fill towhite.DON’T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR PROYECT !UNIT 7: USING THE COMPUTER47Create some new characters and try to draw them on yourcomputer!Draw some sketches first:
    • HOW TO DRAW A PENGUIN WITH INKSCAPE1. Start drawing 3 lines toform a triangle2. Paint it in navy blue3. Select the path tool to curve the lines.5.Add circles to create the eyes andanother triangle for the beak.6. Draw another triangle forthe penguin´s wing .4. Duplicate this shape andchange the fill to white.Make it smaller.7. Duplicate it and move itto the other side.8. Select both wings andmove them behind thebody9. Add straight lines for the penguin´sfins and curve them. Move them behindthe body.UNIT 7: USING THE COMPUTER48Create somenew charactersand try to drawthem on yourcomputer!Here are someideas:
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanishhighlightto duplicateto copyto pastepathto editfillto savenavy bluepath toolcircleto curveduplicatewingStraight linefinbehindhighlightto duplicateto copyto paste49WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT?Revision:UNIT 7: USING THE COMPUTER
    • 50Find information about the PINTADERAS:What is their origin? Who used them, and what for? How did they do them?Than, draw and paint the following ones:UNIT 8: ANALYSING IMAGES
    • 51Describe these picturesUse the following words: On the top of the picture, there is a … ,on the bottom ,on the left…, on theright…, in the middle…, thick line…, thin line…, square, circle, rectangle, parallel line, dotted line,horizontal, vertical, diagonal, on the background, on the foreground…What do you think about the one on the right?Picture 1:Picture 2:UNIT 8: ANALYSING IMAGES
    • 52UNIT 8: ANALYSING IMAGESADVERTISEMENT:LOOK AT THIS ARVERTISEMENT. WHAT DO TOU SEE?WHAT DOES IT SAY?WHAT DOES IT HIDE?Look at the image below.You can watch some parts of the documentary Supersize me(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Z74og9HbTM), orLight, action, burger(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKBQJvgOgNw ), too.NOW TRY TO DO YOUR OWN ADVERTISEMENT, WITH YOUROPINION.
    • Prepare a presentation about a painting by one of the following artists:- Van Gogh/ Gauguin/ Monet/ Klimt/ Edward Munch/ Matisse/ Picasso/ Kandinsky/Paul Klee/Delaunay/ Lichtenstein/ Hundertwasser1. Choose one of the artists and find one of his paintings. Try to look for one that you like or findinteresting.2. Describe the painting:3. Tell something about the artist:The painting by (name) is a still life / portrait / landscape /seascape / cityscapeWe can seeThere is/area treea personmountains….in the foreground/backgroundon the top/bottom of the paintingon the left/ right part of the paintingIt is a/ an realistic/ abstract /figurativepaintingpictureIt is done with oil paintings /watercolours / pastelcrayons / pencil/charcoaland painted on canvas /paper/cardboardThe colours in thispaintingare warm / coolsoft / brightdark /lightThe painting means happyness/sadnesslonelynesspeace…to me(name) was born in (year) in (place)He lived in (place)On (year) he moved tovisited(place)He met other artists such as (names)His style was impressionisticexpressionistic,etc.He died in (year) in (place)You can use the computer to help you with the presentationUNIT 8: ANALYSING IMAGES
    • Vocabulary of the unit:english spanish54WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT?Revision:UNIT 8: ANALYSING IMAGES
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