This short film shares the advantages of including observational drawing and art as a vehicle to other for teaching other content areas. It shares the art of various age students who have participated.
This clip models inquiry strategies that can be used to look at images/art before we begin to observe and draw on creating our own images.
This clip models how to assist students in slowing down and observing what they see. It models strategies and shares images created while using this process.
This clip models how to pull the language out of the observational drawings. Labeling and adding nouns, verbs and adjectives begins to develop rich descriptive sentences.
This clip models simple techniques using color to paint finished paintings.
This clip models how to begin to use the words you collected from your images to create rich descriptive text using visual analogies.
This clip shows the importance of students sharing their work with others. They practice presenting their words so to make their images come alive.
This clip shows students reviewing the content learned using academic language.