Pop Art History Travel Journal: Middle School Art and High School Art Lesson

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Look Between the Lines
Grade Levels
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Homeschool
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96 pages
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Look Between the Lines


Art history is an incredibly important part of any art class. Create a well-balanced visual art class in elementary art, middle school art, or high school art by setting aside time every week to teach your students about art history, in this case, Pop Art History.

Put a fun spin on it by presenting it as a way for them to travel around the world and learn about other cultures. They can earn stamps for their journals, similar to an actual passport, by learning about artwork in different time periods and places. Artists Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Claes Oldenberg are the primary focus of this project

This art history lesson focuses on pop art. As a class, artwork and artists are introduced and discussed before students work individually on researching pop art and answering questions individually. Younger student adaptions focus on class discussions. Artist worksheet activities are included, adapted for elementary art, middle school art, and high school art classes.

For younger students coloring book activities are included.

All in all this resource includes:

➣Lesson plan (including big idea, essential questions, objectives, national art standards, supplies, and step by step instructions on implementing the assignment)

➣Presentation for younger grades

➣Presentation for older grades

➣Pop art travel journal packet (one to align with the younger presentation, one to align with older students.)

➣Art history analysis explanation sheet

➣Andy Warhol artist information and activity

➣Roy Lichtenstein artist information and activity

➣Robert Rauschenberg artist information and activity

➣Project checklist (for older students)

This art history lesson can be completed in class or for the students to review at home. Step by step instructions are included that can be followed by the teacher or a student in an independent or distance learning situation.

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Total Pages
96 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
2 days
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