Make visual art critiques fun by turning it into a game.
This critique game has students use printable emoji signs to represent different critique topics. As they look at the artwork, they fill out a sheet, then label the artwork with the emoji sign they feel best fits the work of art.
The emojis are designed to represent 24 different art topics including:
➣Favorite work of art
➣Best focal point
➣Best subject matter
➣9 principles of design
➣8 elements of art
This critique game can be set up as an individual critique or comination individual and verbal critique.
✳Included in this critique pack:
➣Lesson plan (including essential questions, big idea, national standards, step by step instructions, and more)
➣Critique reminders and talking points handout
➣Printable emoji signs
➣Emoji sign guide
➣Emoji repsonse sheets
➣Teacher handout instructions
The critique process is such an important part of a middle or high school visual arts curriculum.
This critique lesson plan pack can help introduce the critique process or add excitement to the process.
✳Interested in more critique products? Check out more below:
➣Roll a Critique game
➣Musical Chairs Critique Game
➣Red Light/Green Light critique game
➣Critique reminder sheet (included in this lesson pack)
➣Feldman method of critique bundle
(includes the two posters listed below)
➣Critique Sandwich printable poster
➣Feldman Method of Critique printable poster
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