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Emphasis Art : A Qualitative Art Program for Elementary and Middle Schools

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780673997364

ISBN10:
0673997367
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/1/1996
Publisher(s):
Addison-Wesley
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Summary

The authors has written a book that reflects the latest trends in art education and demonstrates how to motivate children to learn by integrating art with other content areas. Emphasis Art promotes hands-on learning, through technical directions for art-studio experiences as well as helpful suggestions for classroom management, writing, lesson plans, and teaching are to gifted children and students with special needs. This book focuses on the intrinsic worth of art-studio experience and the process of implementing art education into classroom practice with a new emphasis on cultural understanding. In addition to a wealth of creative ideas and clear technical direction, this popular text promotes art appreciation and provides educators with lesson plans that incorporate instructional objectives.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Part 1 Art, Society, and Children
The Role of Art in Society and in the Schools
3(9)
Art in Society
3(1)
Multicultural Pluralism
3(3)
Art in the School
6(1)
A Qualitative Approach to Teaching Art
7(5)
Fundamentals of Art: An Overview
12(10)
Line
12(1)
Shape
12(2)
Value
14(1)
Color
15(2)
Space
17(1)
Texture and Pattern
18(2)
Balance and Symmetry
20(1)
Variety, Emphasis, and Domination-Subordination
20(2)
Considerations Regarding a Sequential Art Curriculum Based on Children's Development
22(8)
Children's Similarities
22(1)
Children's Variability
23(1)
Art Development
24(1)
Need for Sequential Curriculum Across the Grades
25(5)
A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 1 and 2
30(13)
Developmental Characteristics
30(1)
Art Development
31(3)
Art Criticism, Art History, and Aesthetics
34(2)
Design, Drawing, and Painting
36(3)
Collage (Cut and Paste)
39(1)
Printmaking
40(1)
Ceramics
41(1)
Suggested Subjects or Themes
41(2)
A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 3 and 4
43(7)
Developmental Characteristics
43(1)
Art Development
44(1)
Art Criticism, Art History, and Aesthetics
44(2)
Drawing, Designing, and Painting
46(1)
Color Awareness
47(1)
Collage
48(1)
Printmaking
49(1)
Ceramics
49(1)
Suggested Subjects or Themes
49(1)
A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 5 and 6
50(13)
Developmental Characteristics
51(2)
Art Development
53(1)
Art Criticism
53(2)
Art History and Aesthetics
55(1)
Drawing, Designing, and Painting
56(2)
Collage
58(1)
Printmaking
58(2)
Ceramics, Crafts, and New Media
60(1)
Suggested Subjects or Themes
60(3)
A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 7 and 8
63(14)
Developmental Characteristics
64(1)
Emotional Vulnerability
64(4)
Art Criticism
68(1)
Art History and Aesthetics
68(2)
Art Development
70(1)
Drawing, Designing, and Painting
70(2)
Printmaking
72(1)
Ceramics and Sculpture
72(1)
Crafts
73(1)
Collage
73(1)
Suggested Subjects of Themes
74(3)
Part 2 Teachers and Teaching
The Role of the Dedicated Teacher
77(6)
Who Teaches Art and in What Kinds of Situations?
77(2)
Need to Guide Students to Create and to Appreciate
79(1)
The Teacher's Positive Personality, Rapport, and Respect
80(3)
Teaching Strategies
83(8)
The Art Room During the First Week of School
83(1)
Using Nonverbal Instructions
83(1)
Planning the Distribution, Collection, and Organization of Materials
83(1)
Beginning the Lesson: Getting Attention and Keeping the Motivation Brief
84(1)
Getting the Design off to a Good Start
85(1)
Nurturing Creativity During the Working Period
86(1)
Strategies for Fostering Perseverance
86(2)
Cleanup and Evaluation
88(1)
Classroom Management
89(2)
Art Motivation
91(12)
Personal Experience
91(3)
Still Lifes as Artistic Arrangements
94(2)
Bulletin Boards and Art History
96(2)
The Art Medium
98(1)
Amount and Timing of Motivation
98(1)
Exhibitions
99(4)
Science and Art Integrated in Direct Perception of Still Lifes
103(16)
Animal Life
106(1)
Astronomy: Our Solar System
106(1)
Climate
107(1)
Foods and Nutrition
107(1)
Geology
108(1)
Human Body, Anatomy, and Growth
109(1)
Insects
109(1)
Light and Perception
109(2)
Magnetism
111(1)
Molecules
111(1)
Plants and Botany
111(1)
Simple Machines
111(1)
Sound
112(1)
Technology and Energy
112(1)
Water
112(3)
Weather
115(3)
Wind and Air
118(1)
Social Studies, Cultural Understanding, and Art
119(20)
Social Studies Curriculum Aeross the Grades
119(3)
Multicultural Understanding Through Making Art
122(7)
Anthropology
129(1)
Economics
130(1)
Geography and Map Reading
130(2)
History
132(1)
Law-Related Education and Political Science
132(2)
Psychology
134(3)
Sociology
137(2)
Evaluation
139(7)
In-Process Evaluation of Student Work
139(3)
Grading and Summative Evaluation
142(1)
Evaluation of the Teacher's Knowledge and Performance
143(3)
Writing Instructional Objectives for Lesson Planning
146(16)
Need for and Form of Instructional Objectives
146(2)
Eight Categories of Instructional Objectives
148(1)
Art Production Objectives
149(1)
Artistic Perception Objectives
149(1)
Art Criticism Objectives
150(1)
Objectives in Aesthetics
151(1)
Art History Objectives
152(1)
Affective, Cognitive, and Psychomotor Objectives
152(1)
Affective Objectives
153(3)
Cognitive Objectives Correlated to Other Areas of Study
156(2)
Psychomotor and Multisensory Objectives
158(1)
A Sample Lesson Plan
158(2)
Open Objectives
160(2)
Art for Students Experiencing Significant Mental or Physical Disabilities
162(8)
Seven Concepts
162(2)
Teaching Approaches
164(3)
Using Art for Community and School Integration
167(1)
Experiences That May Appeal to Students Facing Physical or Mental Disabilities
168(1)
Materials
168(2)
Giftedness and Its Art Implications for All Students
170(11)
Giftedness and Art Thinking
170(2)
Characteristics of Students Gifted in Art
172(2)
Teaching Strategies
174(3)
Extending into the School, Home, and Community
177(4)
Part 3 Art Appreciation, Art History, Art Criticism, and Aesthetics
New Approaches to Art Appreciation
181(7)
Art Appreciation in the Schools: From Picture Study to Discipline-Based Art Education
181(3)
General Methods for Art Discussions
184(2)
Gamelike Educational Activities
186(2)
Teaching Art History
188(5)
Conducting Art History Discussions
188(1)
Art History Teaching Methods
188(5)
Teaching Art Criticism and Aesthetics
193(14)
Conducting Art Criticism Discussions
193(1)
A Sequential Approach to Art Criticism
193(6)
Conducting Discussions of Aesthetics
199(3)
Art Criticism at Home
202(5)
Part 4 Teaching Art Production
Drawing
207(20)
Overview of Art Production
207(1)
Three Kinds of Drawing
207(2)
Figure Drawing
209(5)
Portrait and Self-Portrait Drawings
214(1)
Drawing the Landscape or Cityscape
215(6)
Drawing the Still Life
221(2)
Drawing Animals
223(4)
Crayon and Oil Pastels
227(15)
Crayon
227(2)
Crayon Resist
229(4)
Crayon Engraving
233(2)
Crayon Encaustic
235(2)
Oil Pastel
237(4)
Oil-Pastel Resist
241(1)
Painting
242(14)
Painting with Watercolors
242(2)
Painting with Tempera
244(4)
Tempera Resist
248(3)
Mural Making
251(5)
Paper Projects in Two Dimensions
256(9)
Collage
256(1)
Tissue-Paper Collage
257(4)
Mosaics
261(4)
Printmaking
265(14)
Printmaking with Found Objects
265(2)
Glue Line-Relief Prints
267(1)
Collographs
268(2)
Linoleum Prints
270(3)
Proofing, Inking, and Printing
273(3)
Aluminum-Foil Reliefs
276(3)
Computer Art, Photography, and Video
279(9)
Computer Art
279(2)
Photography
281(3)
Video
284(4)
Three-Dimensional Design: Additive and Subtractive Sculpture
288(15)
Box Sculpture and Constructions in Space
289(5)
Masks
294(4)
Totem Poles
298(3)
Subtractive Sculpture in Plaster
301(2)
Architecture
303(5)
Crafts
308(14)
Weaving
314(5)
Starch-Resist Batik
319(3)
Clay Modeling
322(11)
Clay in the Primary Grades
322(3)
Clay in the Upper Grades
325(1)
Construction Techniques
326(3)
Drying, Firing, Glazing, and Staining
329(1)
Clay Plaster Reliefs
330(3)
Appendix A: Art Materials and Facilities 333(7)
Materials and Supplies
333(1)
Expendable Materials
333(1)
Toxic Materials and Inhalants
333(1)
Practical Suggestions
334(2)
Recycling Materials
336(1)
Special Materials and Tools
337(1)
Planning Facilities for Art
337(3)
Appendix B: A Brief Chronology of Art Education in the United States 340(3)
Appendix C: Recommended Readings 343(6)
Appendix D: Addresses of Professional Associations, Art Material Suppliers, Audiovisual Sources, Computer Webpages, and Electronic Lesson Plan Databases 349(2)
Professional Art Education Associations
349(1)
Art and Craft Material Suppliers
349(1)
Sources for Audiovisuals: Reproductions, Slides, Cassettes, and Videodiscs
349(1)
Computer Webpages and Electronic Lesson Plan Databases
350(1)
Appendix E: Glossary 351(4)
Photo Credits 355(2)
Index 357


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