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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: The Artist's Toolkit
Submitted by: Carlie Malon on Mar 29, 2006
Date Last Modified: Mar 29, 2006
Title: Painting art using warm and cool colors
Description: Students will begin by accessing the Internet website. They will then click the link relating to Visual Elements and Principles, and proceed under the sub-category of "warm and cool colors." After browsing this page, students will then be able to distinguish the difference between warm and cool colors by participating in activities.
Type of Task: Student-centered
Time Required 4 classroom sessions
Topics: Warm and Cool Colors
Course: Art Education
Audience: Grade School
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: painting, Internet abilities
Learning Objectives: To differentiate warm and cool colors.
Text of Learning Exercise:
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