Alicia Parsons - Visual Pedagogy Project: Art integration with Language Arts

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Alicia Parsons - Visual pedagogy project for M333 "Art Experiences for Elementary Generalists", Spring 2012 at Indiana University Bloomington. Instructor Hallie DeCatherine Jones.

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  • What art does for us in Language Arts…another way to express yourself…gives students who may not be able to read/write/talk a way to show their feelings and express themselves
  • I like how Goldberg pointed out learning through the arts, which says integration in itselfMarshalls ideas for integration seemed doable and realistic
  • Alicia Parsons - Visual Pedagogy Project: Art integration with Language Arts

    1. 1. Alycia Parsons
    2. 2.  Idea  Explore how art can be integrated across the subjects  Language Arts My Question  What other ways can teachers encourage students to express themselves visually in Language Arts?
    3. 3.  My idea of Art integrated into Language Arts before the project…
    4. 4.  Eisner  “Students can discover their potential to respond”  “The arts can help students find their individual capacity to feel and imagine” Daniels  Literature Circles  “Writing and drawing are used to drive the meaning constructed and ideas shared.”  “Open-ended and personal”  Readers theatre
    5. 5.  Goldberg & Good  Learning through the arts  “Keeping the arts separate from other subjects severely limits their potential as a methodology for teaching and learning in general.” Marshall  Extension/Projection  Reformatting  Metaphor
    6. 6.  Story mapping Books  Retelling  Connections  About the author  Summary  Parts of a story
    7. 7. To rememberwhat youneed to writein a story  Parts of a story on a hand
    8. 8. •Alternate materials for astory hand•Alternate purposes•5 W Questions
    9. 9. Activity Cards
    10. 10.  Spelling Review/Alphabetical Order Practice  “Word Sandwich” Poetry Board Display  “Sweet and Simple” Writing Prompts  “Food for Thought”
    11. 11. •“ou” spellingwords•Make a sandwichwith spellingwords•Can putsandwich inalphabetical order
    12. 12. Poem Format: NounAdjective Adjective Verb Verb VerbNoun Noun Noun Noun Cupid Verb Verb Verb Cute CleverAdjective Adjective Shooting Spreading Sharing Noun Boy God Archer Busybody Flying Hiding Aiming Romantic Loving Cherub Example from The Mailbox
    13. 13.  Different food pictures inside the bag Prompt written on outside of bag:  Write to explain your ideas Think about the food.  How would you feel if this were the only food you had in your lunch? Why?  Would you eat the food or trade lunches with a friend?
    14. 14.  Images as Writing Prompts Memorization/Facts  Nouns
    15. 15.  Integration of art into other subject areas Allowing students to express themselves Providing students with disabilities other opportunities to participate and succeed Alternate Assignments more freedom and creativity
    16. 16.  Daniels, H. (1994). A Closer Look: Literature Circles Defined. Literature circles: voice and choice in the child-centered classroom (p. 5). Markham, Ont.: Pembroke Publishers. Eisner, E. (1992). The Misunderstood Role of the Arts in Human Development. The Phi Delta Kappan, 73(8), 595. Retrieved April 8, 2012, from the JSTOR database. Goldberg, M. (2004). Art Integration: A methodology for Learning. Teaching English Language Learners through the arts, Unknown, 4-10. Marshall, J. (2010). Five Ways to Integrate: Using Strategies from Contemporary Art. Art Education, Unknown, 16-17.

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