Tuesday, February 6, 2007

HOW TO USE THIS PAGE


HOW TO USE 'OLIVER'S FREE ART LESSONS FOR TEACHERS'

Each new page is organized into the following categories for ease of navigation:

  • Project Title, e.g. 'Aboriginal Dot Painting', 'Pollock Dot Painting'
  • Level, e.g. 'Easy - beginner', 'Challenging - intermediate', 'Difficult - advanced'
  • Timescale, e.g. 'Four 1-hour lessons'
  • Lesson Aims, e.g. 'Cross-cultural understanding', 'Encourage self-expression'
  • Materials
  • In Class Lesson Stages
  • Evaluation and Feedback
  • Useful links to websites, books, videos
One of the best features of this page is the links to other practical resources on the web. All good teachers, like artists, are magpies. Please feel free to share your favourite practical links via the 'COMMENT' section at the foot of each posting, or by direct email to Oliver at this link - joolsie80@yahoo.co.uk

Upcoming lesson ideas include:

  • Aboriginal Dot Painting
  • Pollock Drip Painting
  • Tarot Deck Design
  • Nikki de Saint-Phalle Sculpture
  • Henri Matisse Paper Cut-outs
  • Rothko/Hodgkin Colour Field Painting
  • CD/DVD Cover Design
  • Peter Blake Paper Collage
  • Mario Testino Photography
  • Hundertwasser Ecological Art
  • Art Criticism & Viewing Artwork
  • Learn English through art lessons for kids
  • 'The Kiss' Study of a painting by Klimt





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