Visual Idioms Lesson Plan

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Visual Idioms Lesson Plan

  1. 1. STANDARDS Visual Art Standards Artistic Perception 1.2Discuss works of art as to theme, genre, style, idea, and differences in media Creative Expression 2.4 Create increasingly complex original works of art reflecting personal choices and increased technical skill 2.6 Use technology to create original works of art Aesthetic Valuing 41. Construct and describe plausible interpretations of what they perceive in works of art CCSS Reading Standards 4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze the cumulative impact of specific word choices on the meaning and tone (e.g., how the language of a court of opinion differs from that of a newspaper CCSS Speaking and Listening Standards 5. Include multimedia components (e.g., graphics, images, music, sound) and visual displays in presentations to clarify information ART MATERIALS - Scratch paper - Pencils - Laptop / Chromebook - Wifi - www.images.google.com - www.openclipart.com - www.pixlr.com/editor RESOURCES - Teacher Guide https://goo.gl/gdlr7C - How To Text Directions https://goo.gl/lVo63l - How To Video Directions https://goo.gl/leSMmR - Lesson Rubric https://goo.gl/lm1ZSH - Pixlr Tips and Tricks Handout https://goo.gl/mgMaUo PROCESS 1. Identify and define idioms 2. Identify and define visual idioms 3. View various examples of visual idioms 4. Discuss the meaning of the idiom textually vs. idiom meaning visually (figurative vs. literal) 5. Review popular idioms / make a class list 6. Students select an idiom 7. Students brainstorm what images are needed to create a visual idiom 8. Students use Google Images or Open Clip Art to source copyright-free / royalty-free images 9. Students use Pixlr.com/editor to create their visual idiom 1. Students self-assess using the “Non Reader Rubric” It costs an arm and a leg

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