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Artbook 2017 18

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Artbook 2017 18

  1. 1. 1 Fecha: Nota: AICLE 1º of ESO IES MESA Y LÓPEZ 2017/2018 This book belongs to:
  2. 2. 2 Fecha: Nota: EVALUACIÓN Las láminas se puntuarán de la siguiente manera: SH= sin hacer (La actividad no está hecha, a pesar de que se trabajó en clase, en una o varias sesiones y el alumnado debe hacerla) ST= sin terminar (La lámina está incompleta, no ha sido trabajada lo suficiente, o no se ha entendido lo que se pedía en ella. El alumnado debe terminarla o repetirla en el bloc) R= regular (la lámina se puede mejorar, puede trabajarse un poco más, realizar de una manera más limpia y precisa, añadir detalles, color, sombreado, etc.) B= bien (el alumnado ha entendido la actividad propuesta y la ha realizado correctamente, con limpieza y cuidado, utilizando los materiales adecuados y añadiendo detalles ) MB= muy bien (el alumnado ha entendido la actividad propuesta y la ha realizado correctamente, con limpieza y precisión, utilizando correctamente los materiales adecuados, sombreando o coloreando, añadiendo detalles con originalidad y creatividad ) Se valorará la participación en clase, el esfuerzo tanto en realizar las tareas, como en expresarse en inglés, y el interés en la asignatura. 2 ÍNDICE NORMAS Llegar puntual Traer el material Tener el teléfono móvil guardado en la mochila, silenciado y no sacarlo en clase. Levantar la mano para hablar y respetar los turnos de palabra. Permanecer en el sitio durante la clase. El profesorado atenderá a cada alumno individualmente en su sitio. Cuando algún compañero o compañera enseñe sus trabajos, destacaremos siempre los logros y los aspectos positivos. Las críticas, burlas y bromas de mal gusto se considerarán falta grave, ya que obstaculizan el trabajo y bloquean la creatividad. SA CRITERIO Estándares de aprendizaje 0 CLASSROOM LANGUAGE 1 I CAN DRAW 1,3,4,5 1,4,12,14,15,20,22,23,29,30,33,34 2 LINES AND SHAPES 1,2,7 1,2,3,4,6,7,49,51,52,62,63,65,66,67,68 3 SYMBOLS 1,5,7 5,33,34,51,53,56,58,61,68,69 4 COLOURS 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 21, 5 SURROUNDED BY IMAGES 5, 6, 35, 36, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46,
  3. 3. 3 Fecha: Nota:3 MATERIALS I HAVE TO BRING EVERY DAY 2 lápices de grafito HB y 3B (no traer portaminas) Goma y afilador Al menos 12 lápices de colores Al menos 12 rotuladores de punta gruesa 1 rotulador fino negro con tinta de gel 1 regla pequeña MATERIALS I HAVE TO BRING WHEN MY TEACHER TELLS ME 1 caja de al menos 10 ceras Manley (no traer otra marca) Regla triangular. (Si no la encuentras, escuadra, cartabón y transportador de ángulos) Compás de precisión Tijeras Pegamento Acuarelas y tres pinceles, uno fino, uno medio y uno grueso Pen- drive Un taco de POST IT
  4. 4. 4 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 0: MATERIALS AND CLASSROOM LANGUAGE 4 CLASSROOM 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/ EL DICCIONARIO…? •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 INGLÉS PARA …? •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 TIEMPO TENEMOS 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 …
  5. 5. 5 Fecha: Nota:5 LETTERS AND IMAGES Draw your name in thick letters with shadows on a sheet of paper. 1. Count the letters of your name and draw the middle one in the centre of the paper. 2. Write each in regular font but remember to use capital letters. 3. Draw a line around the outside of every line and curve of the letter. 4. Then, add shadows on the left and the bottom part of the letter. 5. At the end, put le paper on different textures and decorate the letters by rubbing the paper with coloured pencils. 6. Cut the letters and glue them on the front page of this art book. COLLAGE WITH LETTERS AND TEXTURES UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  6. 6. 6 Fecha: Nota: Turn these abstract shapes into objects. Then write the name of every object under every picture. At the end, in turns, every student will show the others the most original picture they made UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  7. 7. 7 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW Draw the following objects using the five elements.: Everything you want to draw can be created with these five elements:
  8. 8. 8 Fecha: Nota: HOW TO DRAW A WORM WITH INKSCAPE 1. Start drawing a green circle. 2. Add another smaller circle in the same color, and then an even smaller withe one. 3. Add a little black circle in the middle of the white one. 5, Duplicate the four “eye circles” and move them over to the other side. (select, copy, paste) 6, Draw a little circle under the big one for the worm´s body, and duplicate it. 4, Add a fifth white circle for the highlight. 10, Draw two lines for the worm´s antennas and add two little circles at the end. 7, Draw a circle under the eyes for the worm's mouth. 8, Convert the circle to a path (Path/object to path) and use the Edit path tool to form the mouth. 9, Duplicate the mouth and change the fill to white. DON’T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR PROYECT !8 Create some new characters and try to draw them on your computer! Draw some sketches first: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  9. 9. 9 Fecha: Nota: HOW TO DRAW A PENGUIN WITH INKSCAPE 1. Start drawing 3 lines to form a triangle 2. Paint it in navy blue 3. Select the path tool to curve the lines. 5.Add circles to create the eyes and another triangle for the beak. 6. Draw another triangle for the penguin´s wing . 4. Duplicate this shape and change the fill to white. Make it smaller. 7. Duplicate it and move it to the other side. 8. Select both wings and move them behind the body 9. Add straight lines for the penguin´s fins and curve them. Move them behind the body. 9 Create some new characters and try to draw them on your computer! Here are some ideas: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  10. 10. 10 Fecha: Nota: TASK: Draw the plot of your favourite movie using just pictograms. Don’t use any words, just images! A pictogram is a simple drawing that represents something. Pictograms were used as the earliest form of writing. (PICTOGRAMA o ICONO) UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW These are pictograms from the native americans in the Great Lakes region. ¿What do you think they mean? Some of them are ICONS or PICTOGRAMS, and some are SYMBOLS. ¿What is the difference between an ICON and a SYMBOL? Draw some examples. Pictograms are often used in signs. (SEÑALES) ICON:___________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ SYMBOL:_________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________
  11. 11. 11 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW Drawing with yellow, red and black marker. Drawing structures with the basic elements.
  12. 12. 12 Fecha: Nota: Stephen Marchant, a cartoonist from London's Cartoon Museum, shows you how to draw a cartoon dog. Create your cheeky pup, with these simple cartoon tips. Step 1: Rough outline Start with an oval for his head. Overlap another oval for your dog's 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: Details First, give your dog a nose and a snout with a cheeky grin. Mark out two little eyes just above it and then 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 marker 2. Try to draw a cartoon or a real dog 3. Now, watch the video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoIEusFiDsU) little by little and follow the instructions. Step 1: Rough outline (use a pencil) Step 2: Details (use a black marker) 12 UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  13. 13. 13 Fecha: Nota: Shading:Drawing: 13 A popular proverb says: One apple a day keeps the doctor away. Do you agree? Do you eat enough fruit? Fill the rectangles with your pencil trying to create different shades from black to white. Draw an apple in the rectangle and shade it with your pencil. Don’t forget the cast and the core shadow!. : UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW
  14. 14. 14 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW Choose an endangered animal that you like and look for a picture of it. Then, copy it in the frame below. Don´t forget to draw the cast and the core shadow.
  15. 15. 15 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW DibujosyejerciciodePUÑO BALANCE Draw some totems with geometrical forms, trying to create the impression of balance (equilibrio). Draw the shadows, too. Look at the examples:
  16. 16. 16 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW - In the middle of one of the last pages of this art book, draw a self-portrait. You can draw yourself as a cartoon character, or more realistic, as you prefer. - Surround it with pictures of things that you like. Here are some examples: • This is my family… • When I grow up I want to be… • My favourite food is … / I like to eat… • My favourite colour is… • My hobbies are… • My favourite subject is… • I want to travel to… • My favourite animal…/ This is my pet… • My favourite music group/ singer is… • … - Use Icons and symbols, abstract and figurative drawings, frames, letters, shadows, etc. - The image below can be helpful: ALL ABOUT ME http://pruebasypracticas.blogspot.com.es/2016/03/sketchnote-tips.html
  17. 17. 17 Fecha: Nota: Vocabulary Reinforcement activity: UNIT 1: I CAN DRAW For the next UNIT you will need: A square, a compass, a pencil, markers and colour pencils. What did I learn? ¿Que aprendí?
  18. 18. 18 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES Art 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 plane surface. The line has always a direction and a thickness We use lines to limit forms , to draw structures, but also to create an impression of volume and space. Types of lines: SHAPES Shape is an enclosed space defined by other elements of art. When a line crosses itself or intersects 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 Shapes Geometric Shapes are circles, squares, rectangles, triangles and other polygons. We see them in architecture and manufactured items. These can be defined in mathematical terms. Organic Shapes are, for example, leafs, seashells, flowers, etc. These shapes are not regular or even. Their edges are curved, angular, or a combination of both. We see them in nature and with characteristics that are free flowing, informal and irregular. 18
  19. 19. 19 Fecha: Nota: TASK: 1. Draw the outline of your hand with a pencil. Be careful and draw it vey softly. 2. Draw horizontal parallel lines on the background, and curved lines in the shape of the hand. 3. Use the square to draw the parallel lines. UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES STRAIGHT LINES / parallel lines A straight line is a geometrical object. It is defined by two or more points (it is the shortest path between two points), and it is infinitely long..
  20. 20. 20 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES PATTERNS WITH LINES AND SHAPES Copy these patterns and create some new ones.Use a black marker. DibujosyejerciciodePUÑO
  21. 21. 21 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES SHAPES Choose a picture of an owl and draw the outline, the fill and the silhouette of it. Look at the example below: Picture: Outline: Silhouette: Fill:
  22. 22. 22 Fecha: Nota: CURVED LINES/ circumference and circle A circumference is a curved closed line. All points of the circumference are the same distance to the center. A circle is a plane figure. https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/ circumference.html UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES EXTERNAL CIRCUMFERENCES (Cirunferencias exteriores) EXTERNALLY TANGENT CIRCUMFERENCES (Circunferencias tangentes exteriores) SECANT CIRCUMFERENCES (Circunferencias secantes) INTERNALLY TANGENT CIRCUMFERENCES (Circunferencias tangentes interiores) ECCENTRIC INTERIOR CIRCUMFERENCES (Circunferencias interiores) CONCENTRIC INTERIOR CIRCUMFERENCES (Circunferencias concénticas) TASK: On one of the blank pages at the end of this book, create an abstract composition with the compass. Use one of the composition diagrams that you saw on the presentation to create your picture. Paint it first with watercolours, then outline them with markers.. Look at the example on the right (it is a picture by R. Delaunay)
  23. 23. 23 Fecha: Nota: ANGLES: A shape formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint or two lines that intersect. An angle has one vertex and two sides. Accute angle: An angle that measures more than ___and less than _____. Obtuse angle: An angle that measures more than _____and less than _____. UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES Task 1: Messure the angles of these rulers and drawings. (http://rea.ceibal.edu.uy/contenidos/areas _conocimiento/mat/angulos3/1- transportador_p.swf) Task 2: Draw a triangle with the following angles: Â= 60º, B= 30º, C= 90º One of the sides measures 5 cm
  24. 24. 24 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES TRIANGLES Draw the triangular PINTADERA using your compass and a ruler: TRIANGLES CAN BE…: According to the angles: According to the sides:
  25. 25. 25 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES FOUR SIDED SHAPES Draw a visual map with the following information: • Square: Has 4 equal sides and four equal angles (90º). The opposite sides are parallel. • Rectangle: Only opposite sides are parallel and equal. It has four right angles. • Rhombus: It has four equal sides, but different angles. Opposite sides are and angles are equal. • Rhomboid parallelogram: Only opposite sides are equal and parallel. • Trapezium: Only two of the four sides are parallel. • Trapezoid: None of the sides are parallel. PARALLELOGRAMS TRAPEZIUM TRAPEZOID
  26. 26. 26 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES Draw five animals using geometrical shapes. Then, write the name of the shapes that you used in each animal. Look at the examples to get some inspiration: annatomix
  27. 27. 27 Fecha: Nota:27 UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES Order these shapes to create a big square on the structure bellow. (You can spin them if you need) Reinforcement activity: For the next UNIT you will need: A square, a compass, a pencil, markers and colour pencils. 1. What is a geometric shape? 2. And an organic shape?
  28. 28. 28 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 3. SYMBOLS Religious symbols Draw the following religious symbols using compass and square and following your teacher’s instructions. CHRISTIANITY JUDAISM ISLAM
  29. 29. 29 Fecha: Nota: 1. DRAW THE YINYAN GEOMETRIC CURVED LINES: The YinYan Look for information about the origin and the meaning of this symbol: 2. FILL IT WITH ZENTANGLE ART A Zentangle is an abstract drawing with lines. It is used in art therapy. Look for some inspiration in the Internet and try to draw one by yourself. Doodle around using all types of lines (straight, curved, thick, thin, zigzag…) UNIT 2: LINES AND SHAPES
  30. 30. 30 Fecha: Nota: SEGMENT BISECTOR is a line or a ray or a segment that divides a line segment into two _______ parts. It is ____________________ to the segment. We draw it this way: LINE SEGMENTS A line segment is the portion of a line lying strictly between two ________. It has a finite length. RAY A ray is the result of dividing a straight line in two parts. It has a beginning, but it does not have an __________. UNIT 3. SYMBOLS TASK: Draw a heart 1. Draw a circumfrence 2. Draw a horizontal diameter. 3. Draw the segment bisector of the diameter 4. Joint the points and draw a square 5. Draw the segment bisector of two of the sides of the square. 6. Draw two semicircles. https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/line.html https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/construct-linebisect.html
  31. 31. 31 Fecha: Nota: ANGLES: A shape formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint or two lines that intersect. An angle has one ____________ and two sides. Accute angle: An angle that measures more than ___and less than _____. Obtuse angle: An angle that measures more than _____and less than _____. ANGLE BISECTOR Right angle: An angle that measures exactly _____. An angle bisector is a ray that cuts the angle exactly in ______, making two equal angles. We draw it this way: HOW TO DRAW THE PEACE SYMBOL: The peace symbol was designed by: In: And it means: Diameter= 11,5 cm UNIT 3. SYMBOLS
  32. 32. 32 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 3. SYMBOLS Design a symbol for: - Collaboration - Life - Respect for nature Use geometric shapes and geometric tools for it.
  33. 33. 33 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 3: SYMBOLS For the next UNIT you will need: Wax colours, water colours, brushes, a plastic glass, a piece of cotton fabric, a pencil. ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS: 1. what is a symbol? 2. What is a segment bisector? Vocabulary Reinforcement activity: WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT? Revision:
  34. 34. 34 Fecha: Nota: MAGENTA 2. The spectrum RED - ORANGE RED - ORANGE - YELLOW ORANGE - YELLOW - GREEN YELLOW - GREEN - BLUE GREEN - BLUE - BLUE VIOLET - VIOLET - RED VIOLET 3. Complementary colours 4. Mixing complementary colours 5. SHADING FORMS MAGENTA GREEN CYAN ORANGE YELLOW VIOLET UNIT 4: COLOURS The Colour Wheel The colours that artists use are made up of _____________ colours (magenta, cyan and ______________). With these three, plus white, you can make up almost any colour you like. Magenta and yellow make ______________, for example, and yellow and ___________ make green. Violet is made of __________ and cyan. Violet, green and orange are called _____________ colours. Mix all three prymary colours toghether and you get __________ or black. 1. Fill in the gaps with the folowing words: brown, orange, cyan, secondary, yellow, prymary, magenta
  35. 35. 35 Fecha: Nota: COLOURING JUST WITH PRIMARY COLOURS Draw a dragon and paint it using only primary color, and mixing them with each other. Use colour pencils. UNIT 4: COLOURS
  36. 36. 36 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 4: COLOURS DID YOU KNOW HOW MANY TREES DO WE NEED TO BREATH? Every day, a person needs 22 trees to create the oxygen that he needs to breath… Task 1: Let’s draw some trees with coloured pencils! Task 2: Draw on one of the blank pages at the back of this book a sun and a moon. Paint the sun in warm colours, and the moon in cool colours. Use wax colours. Task 3: Try to mix the following colours using just primary watercolours: Ochre, olive green, grey, turquoise, peach or apricot, brown, blue-violet, red-violet.
  37. 37. 37 Fecha: Nota: Completa esta máscara y coloréala, utilizando ceras grasas. Puedes hacerla mayor, cambiar la forma, pegarle purpurina, trozos de papel, etc. UNIT 4: COLOURS
  38. 38. 38 Fecha: Nota: COLOUR MEANING EXAMPLES RED ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE VIOLET WHITE BLACK My favourite colour is________________ because__________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ I agree on my favourite colour with : ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ THE MEANINGS OF COLOURS: UNIT 4: COLOURS Reinforcement activity: For the next UNIT you will need: Pencil, coloured pencils, markers,
  39. 39. 39 Fecha: Nota: 1. Fíjate en los ejemplos de los TIPOS DE IMÁGENES: 2. ¿Qué tipo de imágenes son? Dibujos, pinturas, carteles, señales… 3. ¿Conoces otro tipo de imágenes? 4. Ordénalas de más abstractas a más realistas 39 UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  40. 40. 40 Fecha: Nota: Write the name of every comic element: 40 UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES Draw some more visual metaphors: Draw some more onomatopeias:
  41. 41. 41 Fecha: Nota: Drawing faces If you need some help: www. educacionplastica.wikispaces.com UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  42. 42. 42 Fecha: Nota: Draw some characters using ovals and lines at the beginning…(Remember the first lesson, I CAN DRAW!) Draw a child, an athletic woman, a distracted man, and an old person. UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  43. 43. 43 Fecha: Nota: Name His Her Its name is … secret identity name is… superhero´s name is… Age He is She is It is … years old Nationality He is She is It is from Spain/ England/ Japan/ Portugal… spanish/ english/ japanese/ portuguese… Job/ Occupation He is She is It is a scientist cowboy photographer…an Appearance/ Personality He is She is It is tall / short handsom/ ugly brave/ intelligent/ strong… Clothes Costume He is She is It is wearing a an red cape yellow hat… blue pants black boots Abilities He She It can can’t fly run very fast … Describe an invented comic character. Then, draw it. Use this frames as a guide. UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  44. 44. 44 Fecha: Nota: UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES WALKING JUMPING SITTING DANCING WAITING ACTION! Draw some simple characters, just with ovals and lines, doing different activities…
  45. 45. 45 Fecha: Nota: Complete this cartoon: UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  46. 46. 46 Fecha: Nota: ADVERTISEMENT: 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), or Light, action, burger (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKBQJvgOgNw ), too. TRY TO DO YOUR OWN ADVERTISEMENT WITH YOUR OPINION. UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  47. 47. 47 Fecha: Nota: Draw a poster that encourages respectful actions with other people or the environment. LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES. Advertisement UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  48. 48. 48 Fecha: Nota: 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/ Hundertwasser 1. Choose one of the artists and find one of his paintings. Try to look for one that you like or find interesting. 2. Describe the painting: 3. Tell something about the artist: The painting by (name) is a still life / portrait / landscape / seascape / cityscape It is a/ an realistic/ abstract / figurative painting picture It is done with oil paintings / watercolours / pastel crayons / pencil /charcoal and painted on We can see There is/are a tree a person mountains…. in the foreground/background on the top/bottom of the painting on the left/ right part of the painting The colours in this painting are warm / cool soft / bright dark /light The painting means happyness/sadness lonelyness peace… to me (name) was born in (place) on (date) He lived in (place) On (year) he visited (place) He met other artists such as (names) His style was impressionistic expressionistic,etc. He died in (year) in (place) You can use the computer to help you with the presentation UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES
  49. 49. 49 Fecha: Nota:49 WHAT DID I DO / WHAT DID I LEARN IN THIS UNIT? Revision: UNIT 5: SURROUNDED BY IMAGES Vocabulary Reinforcement activity:

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