This comprehensive resource provides practical information, proven management tips, and over 100 specially selected art projects to help new and veteran K–8 art teachers implement an effective art education program and make art appreciation and activities fun. For easy use, materials are printed in a big 8 ?" x 11" format with lay–flat binding for photocopying of various management aids and student project handouts, and organized into two main parts. Part 1, The Art Program, offers tested guidelines and reproducible tools for building and managing the program. Part 2, The Art Curriculum, presents 102 exciting art projects organized by medium into nine units: (1) Exploring the Elements & Principles of Design, (2) Paper, (3) Painting, (4) Drawing with Pencil, Pastels, Crayons & Markers, (5) Painting, (6) Printmaking, (7) Three–Dimensional Design, (8) Architecture, and (9) Technology: Computer, Photography, Video.
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This comprehensive "survival kit" gives new and experienced art specialists and classroom teachers practical advice and ready–to–use tools for implementing an effective K–8 art education program plus over 125 exciting, illustrated art projects with reproducible student handouts in a variety of creative media. For easy use, all materials are printed in a big 8–1/4" x 11" lay–flat binding that folds flat for photocopying of the student project handouts and organized into two major parts.
Part I, The Art Program, provides tested guidelines and reproducibles for building the program and making art appreciation and activities fun. Included are tips for writing art lesson plans, creating bulletin boards, and assessing artwork as well as the developmental characteristics of students as they apply to art at each grade level, K through 8, discipline suggestions, safety precautions, and more.
Part II, The Art Curriculum, presents more than 100 specially selected art projects organized by medium into nine units. Each project is illustrated, complete and ready for use, and includes adaptations for younger students, alternative project(s) and interdisciplinary and multicultural connection. Here′s an overview of the projects you′ll find in each curriculum unit:
Helen D. Hume taught art for more than 30 years in St. Louis, Missouri, and is currently a teacher–trainer for elementary art teachers and a board member of the St. Louis Artists′ Guild. She is the author of The Art Teacher′s Book of Lists, American Art Appreciation Activities Kit, Art History & Appreciation Activities Kit, and A Survival Kit for the Secondary Art Teacher, all published by Prentice Hall and The Center for Applied Research in Education.
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Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130925748
Book Description Jossey-Bass, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130925748
Book Description Jossey-Bass. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0130925748 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0045414