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Line and Movement in the Elementary Art Classroom

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Iman Zaatari (Teacher (K-12)), Dec 14, 2011

This lesson plan states clearly the objectives and the methods that will help children learn about lines and movement. It states clearly the different lines and its various directions and qualities through a PowerPoint presentation. It also provides multiple means of representation through the art done by famous people in addition to the art done by students from years before. The students will stay engaged throughout the lesson since they will be viewing a series of works of art where they identify the different lines. I would recommend an activity where students actually draw these lines before doing the final project. This could be done as a group activity where each group is assigned different lines and then present them to the class. This way they will get to practice before doing the watercolor painting. Overall, it is a  great lesson plan. Great Job!

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