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Line and Movement in the Elementary Art Classroom

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Lacey Spieth (Teacher (K-12)), Dec 13, 2011

I have done a very similar watercolor lesson showing “movement.” I liked your suggestions of projecting the students’ artwork on a larger scale to produce the wow-factor. The lesson plan was nicely written and easy to follow. I think the PowerPoint used at the start of the lesson with examples of artwork that show movement, and others that do not is a very strong point to the lesson. This allows students to begin analyzing artwork looking for specific principles. This also offers a real world application; students will see how other artists have implemented the principle into their work.

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