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  1. 1. LesaBrosky Teaching Portfolio
  2. 2. A collection of drawing, ceramic, mosaic and painting lessons from my student teaching and long-term substitute teaching experiences. Student Examples
  3. 3. Bubble Wrap Dinosaurs Grandview Elementary School 2nd Grade General Goals: Students will use recycled objects to create a textured illustration of a dinosaur in its natural habitat. Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  4. 4. After researching and choosing a dinosaur, students sketched a dinosaur of their choice. Then, students cut out the drawings and traced the image onto recycled bubble wrap. Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  5. 5. Students used paint to add color and design to their dinosaurs. Students also ripped paper to depict a natural habitat. Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  6. 6. Bubble Wrap Dinosaurs: Finished Examples Grade2 :Dinosaurs
  7. 7. Patriotic Prints Grandview Elementary School 3rd Grade General Goals: Students will create block prints of historical United States buildings or monuments Grade 3: Prints
  8. 8. Introduction: history Using a PowerPoint, students identified a number of U.S. monuments and their importance. Grade 3: Prints
  9. 9. Introduction: Basic shapes Using Smart Board technology, the entire class broke these monuments and buildings into basic shapes. Grade 3: Prints
  10. 10. Preliminary sketches Students used basic shapes to create sketches of an important US building or monument of their choice. Grade 3: Prints
  11. 11. Students copied their sketches to foam board to create block prints. Grade 3: Prints
  12. 12. Patriotic Print display during the Presidential Inauguration Grade 3: Prints
  13. 13. Derry Trains Grandview Elementary School 5rd Grade General Goals: Students will create and critique prints that represent the history of their community. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  14. 14. Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  15. 15. Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  16. 16. Student Examples: Train Prints Inspired from the Local Train Industry. Grade 5: Ink Prints
  17. 17. The Lesson Ended with a Critique Game This game gave students an opportunity to give and receive constructive criticism.
  18. 18. Still Life Drawing Indiana Junior High School 7th Grade General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to draw an image realistically. Grade 7: Still Life
  19. 19. Contour and gesture First, students practiced drawing using contour and gestural lines. They chose their best work to reproduce on a larger scale. Grade 7: Still Life
  20. 20. Before Critique Students were taught how to use tones and shading. After Critique Students critiqued each other in order to make one final drawing. Grade 7: Still Life
  21. 21. Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  22. 22. Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  23. 23. Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  24. 24. Student Example Grade 7: Still Life
  25. 25. Ceramic Vessel Indiana Junior High School 7th Grade General Goals: Students will become knowledgeable of the techniques used to create a coil vessel that demonstrates shape, form, balance, pattern and repetition. Grade 7: Ceramics
  26. 26. Ceramic Vocabulary Display Grade 7: Ceramics
  27. 27. Display I created for the color/design portion of the lesson Grade 7: Ceramics
  28. 28. After the color and design lesson, students designed their own ceramic vessel Grade 7: Ceramics
  29. 29. Then, students coiled clay into these vessels and painted them Grade 7: Ceramics
  30. 30. Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  31. 31. Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  32. 32. Side View Aerial View Grade 7: Ceramics
  33. 33. Mosaic Mirrors Indiana Junior High School 9th Grade General Goals: Students will become more familiar with the history of mosaics and radial design and incorporate that knowledge in creating their own piece of mosaic artwork. Grade 9: Mosaic
  34. 34. Every Student: Created their own radial design Cut their own glass pieces Glued tesserae to recycled ceramic plates Grade 9: Mosaic
  35. 35. Student Examples (before wiped clean) Grade 9: Mosaic
  36. 36. Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  37. 37. Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  38. 38. Student Example Grade 9: Mosaic
  39. 39. Abstract Painting Indiana Junior High School 9th Grade General Goals: To introduce the students to the history and production of abstract painting by creating an abstracted self portrait. Grade 9: Abstract
  40. 40. Students were required to draw a proportionate self-portrait BEFORE Drawing an abstracted self-portrait
  41. 41. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings Grade 9: Abstract
  42. 42. Students then used acrylic paint to paint their drawings Grade 9: Abstract
  43. 43. Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts Integration
  44. 44. Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I integrate a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts An AM and a PM clock drawing demonstrating time specific activities Integration
  45. 45. Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes Drawing with measurement Integration
  46. 46. Math Integrated Art Lessons Some learning support teachers requested I use a few art lessons to help reiterate math concepts (measuring, counting, geometry, telling time) in our art classes A Jasper Johns Inspired Multiples Design Integration
  47. 47. Math Integrated Art Lessons Students created a book about counting by 5’s Integration
  48. 48. Displaying Student Artwork I find it important to beautify the school by showcasing student work Displaying Work
  49. 49. A student art display I created for Open House Displaying Work
  50. 50. “Cutting, soldering and coiling! Oh My!” 9th Grade Stained Glass/Ceramic Display Case Displaying Work
  51. 51. Displaying Work
  52. 52. My 9th graders’ stained glass windows decorated the windows around the school. Displaying Work
  53. 53. Beautiful 7th Grade shoe drawings filled the hallways Displaying Work
  54. 54. Patriotic Printmaking Display Displaying Work
  55. 55. Bringing Art into The Community Volunteer Work
  56. 56. While pre-teaching in Philadelphia, I was privileged to volunteer with the Urban Garden Organization. We converted litter filled vacant lots into beautiful and useful community gardens.
  57. 57. While student teaching at Grandview Elementary, I created this backdrop for the school musical. Volunteer Work
  58. 58. As part of CALM (Children and Artists Linked Through murals), I was able to help create this mural in the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital cafeteria.
  59. 59. Volunteer Work
  60. 60. With the help of a few of my talented learning support students, we created this festive banner for a local business in Tidioute, PA. Volunteer Work
  61. 61. As part of the IUP NAEA, we created a children’s alley during an arts festival. At no expense, children could create fun, multi-cultural art projects! Volunteer Work
  62. 62. During another IUP NAEA project, we held an all-day contest open to the community: During “Chalk the Walk”, anyone could use chalk to express opinions on a political or social issue. Volunteer Work
  63. 63. My Own Artwork To see a few examples of my artwork, Please click the link below. http://lesabrosky.carbonmade.com END OF SLIDES

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