Terracotta warrior (by.h.l)

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Terracotta warrior (by.h.l)

  1. 1. MYP UNIT PLAN Visual Arts Grade 6 <br />Unit Title: Warriors<br />QueGuiding stion: Who are the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’an?<br />By. Haena Lee<br />
  2. 2. Terracottawarriors <br /> In Xi An, there are a lot of warriors which called Terracottawarriors! It discovered by a one farmer. He was digging a well and he found a piece of Terracottawarrior. Then he started to collect the picese of terracottawarrior. Then, people started to collecting the pieces and made a museum or place that shows theses pieces.<br />Then it strated to known and popluar. <br />This is a picture of terracottawarriors. There were a lot of warriors and they have all different faces. It just looks like real people.<br />This is a Terracotta warrior which still has color on it. It’s in the glass box.<br />
  3. 3. Warrior<br />This is the warrior that I chose because this warrior still has color on his body. However, lots of time paseed by so I just could see clay color (which is brown) Even,he is inside of the 관. He is protected. <br /> He is standing and his hands are gathered together. He wore a battle cloth (Warrior cloth) and I think he was a warrior who was fought with the enemies.<br />
  4. 4. How they were made?<br />First, they took 40 years to make the Terracotta Warriors. (BC.250~210) <br />>Method to make the Terracotta Warriors<<br />-First, get the materials like clay, glue etc..<br />-Then make the head of the warrior before make the body of it.<br />-After that, make the body of the warrior then connect to each other.<br />-Next, bake all of them then clean it with the brush and colored on it.<br />-Finally, you need to wait until it dry. <br />
  5. 5. How they were made? <br />
  6. 6. What they were made of?<br />They were made of CLAY!<br />It tooks a lot of times to make a one warrior and there are a lot of warriors in Xi An!<br />They colored by all different colors.<br />However, today, colors are all gone.<br />
  7. 7. Feelings and opinions.<br /> This was the second time that I saw Terracotta Warriors, so I just felt that it’s still cool and really really awesome because all of the warriors have different faces and some of them still have some colors on it. Even, the warriors look like real people like us! I couldn’t believe that they just made by clay a long time ago. Isn’t it cool? Also, I think that the emperor had a unique and good idea to keep his life with the warriors.<br />-It was really good and I think I can remember and memorize my memories of this trip! <br />
  8. 8. Bilbiography <br />http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/shaanxi/xian/terra_cotta_army/sculpture.htm<br />http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Were-Terracotta-Soldiers-Made&id=1403872<br />
  9. 9. Thank You <br /> Thank you for watching my presentation <br />

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