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Art Distance Learning -Van Gogh Digital Biography -Research & Create Online!

Grade Levels
8th - 12th, Homeschool
Resource Type
Formats Included
  • Google Drive™ folder
  • Internet Activities
Pages
12 pages
$5.00
$5.00
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Description

This Vincent Van Gogh Digital Biography Project is located on Google Slides and is filled with all you need to teach your students about one of the most famous artists of all time. Students use the biography slide to research and type information about Van Gogh, then they create their own Starry Night scene, all online! No printing!

Research slide includes the following prompts:

  • Birth and Death Date
  • Birth Place
  • Education
  • Two Quotes
  • Famous Artwork with Dates
  • First Major Artwork with Date
  • Major Art Movement and Characteristics of Movement
  • Noteworthy Life Event
  • Starry Night Analysis/Description
  • Closest Personal Relationship
  • Characteristics of Artwork
  • Life Challenges
  • Fast Facts
  • Impact on Art
  • Artistic Influences
  • Reference Sites

Slides Included:

  • Instructional Video Slide
  • Written Instructions Slide
  • Illustrated Biography Slide
  • Notes Slides
  • Create your own Starry Night Slide
  • Rubric

  • Key (separate document)

★ No Printing Necessary!

★ Google Digital version to use with Google Classroom.

★ Artist Biography Slide features an original realistic image of the artist.

★ Graphic Elements to create their own Starry Night Scene.

★ Every student completes the entire project.

★ Highly recommended that students share their final Starry Night Scene to a class website or to social media. Use an Instagram tag so everyone can see each other's work.

Share the link through your school's digital platform, otherwise sharing may be blocked from outside the district and students will not be able to access the clues and documents.

This project aligns with visual art, visual literacy, informational texts, biography research, nonfiction, and art history.

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Total Pages
12 pages
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