The Subjective Self - can art really express emotion? - beg/intermediate

Thinking Like an Artist
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9th - 12th
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  1. Understanding what makes us human and how one fits into society and culture is often the subject of art. Project bundle #3 contains four projects that help students explore how the artist uses art to investigate their place in the world. All projects include… ● Exploration of image and context● Read
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The Subjective Self challenges students with the question, “is it REALLY possible to express emotion through art, or have we just been told that it can?” They will learn a bit about and analyze artwork from various Expressionist movements. Then students are tasked with creating an artwork that expresses something about their subjective experience

This unit includes…

● Exploration of image and context

● Ready-to-show PowerPoint lessons

● Instructional videos from the ISB Art History Channel and other YouTube educators

● Ready-to-play Kahoot!

● Sample and editable rubrics based on NAEA anchor standards

● Editable PowerPoints and Word documents in the student pack

● Flexibility for differentiation across grades 9-12

● Online delivery options

Preview the Kahoot! “Early Expressionism

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100 pages
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