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Re: Texture Lesson Plan for High School

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  • wymystic
    I would really like to see these lesson plans! Could you post them to the site? Or, could you send them? TIA Blessings Doree Visual arts at Denison
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 25, 2008
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      I would really like to see these lesson plans!  Could you post them to the site?   Or, could you send them?



      Visual arts  at Denison Montessori
      Denver CO

      --- In art_education@yahoogroups.com, "maryjo rosania" <mojoroneno@...> wrote:
      > Yes, I do.I have a couple -- the one I can think of right now is a texture
      > collage made from magazine cut outs of textures....I have used two themes
      > for this - a postage stamp design and a menu cover.
      > The postage stamp is the one I used most frequently.
      > Students designed the stamp based on the state, country, city of their
      > choice -- and it had to use elements that represented the place.
      > Then they create a design on an 8x10 " piece of chip board -- students who
      > are not as comfortable with their drawing skills can choose images or print
      > images and adhere them to the board since the project is based on texture
      > and not drawing -- so they have to match the colors and textures in the
      > design - and that is what I would grade it on - composition, craftsmanship,
      > use of texture. The whole composition is covered, so noone knows that there
      > is a picture underneath -- some students choose to draw it though -- and
      > they have to collage the words and amount of the stamp on top of
      > everything...so they are planning and working in layers.
      > The image is completely assembled of small cut out pieces of texture and
      > color -- cut with scissors or an exacto knife.
      > I have also done a smaller scale of this project with well known works of
      > art - postcard size.
      > I can send a lesson plan, assignment sheet and assessment when I am at
      > school tomorrow.
      > Hope this helps, feel free to ask any questions if my description is not
      > very detailed.
      > Also, I had the students scan the final project into the computer, change
      > the size in Photoshop and duplicate the stamp multiple times, as if it was a
      > sheet of stamps....once I even printed them on envelopes.
      > The stamp sheet always looks cool, because when the image is reduced it
      > really comes together.
      > MaryJo
      > On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 6:45 PM, smth_mj smth_mj@... wrote:
      > > Does any one have a texture lesson plan for high school students?
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > --
      > MaryJo Rosania

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