☆☆☆☆ Have your students think and debate about bullying using 3 very popular artworks by Norman Rockwell! ☆☆☆☆
Here is a very simple History of Arts lesson to describe and analyze 3 of Rockwell's paintings Bully Before, Bully After and Girl with a Black Eye. An excellent way for your students to practice hypotheses and inferences, as an anticipation.
You will find, for each painting:
❑ some questions
❑ writing follow-ups to engage your students
❑ ideas to start a debate about "bullying"
✉ This short activity is an anticipation for a Bullying lesson.
☞ Illustrations taken from Best Norman Rockwell Art
. Please note that this is not an in-depth study.
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