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  1. Artists Books & Arts Integration

  2. Maria Barbosa

  3. Book Arts Installation Art

  4. works with GAIN, Global Arts Integration Network (Director) Arts in Education, MD State Arts Council Kennedy Center Teaching Artist Young Audiences of Maryland Anne Arundel County Public Schools

  5. Purpose of Workshop Introduce an art form: Artist’s Books Create Artist’s Book Help students improve reading comprehension skills Communicate in the visual mode Organize ideas and thoughts

  6. Rationale Creating art work is a personal experience Student uses personal resources to generate result Book arts emphasize visual mode of communication (WARNING: THIS WORKSHOP IS NOT ABOUT FOLDING PAPER!)

  7. Knowledge ObjectivesSkills Objectives

  8. Overview of WorkshopEnduring UnderstandingsEssential Questions

  9. Activity 1 The “Guess what?” book Organizing Thought Making Inferences

  10. Knowledge Objectives • That books help organize ideas and narratives • How students can use hand-made books to improve their reading comprehension skills such as making inferences • That visual communication is effective

  11. Skills Objectives • Assemble one book structure • Use the book to organize thought • Use the book to help students question, determine importance, infer, and synthesize ideas • Communicate in the visual mode

  12. Procedure Assembly

  13. The Book

  14. 3 ☟ 2, 3 & 4 ➔ Shapes 2 ☜ 1✓ ☞ Color ☝ 4

  15. 3 ☟ 2, 3 & 4 ➔ Shapes 2 ☜ 1✓ ☞ Color ☝ 4

  16. Procedure The Game

  17. Reflection Questions FEEL Do you feel that the ”Guess what?” book could help your ESOL students improve their reading comprehension skills? THINK Thinking back on the activity, could you recall instances that would help students question, determine importance, infer, and synthesize? TRANSFORM What changes would you make to the ”Guess what?” book activity to help your students?

  18. Activity 2 Defining The Artist’s Book

  19. Knowledge Objectives What an artist’s book is The difference between a book and artist’s book The character of an art object

  20. Skills Objectives Identify an artist’s book Differentiate between a book and an artist’s book Identify an art object

  21. Procedure: Defining the Artist’s Books

  22. Book #1

  23. Book # 2

  24. Criteria through images

  25. Reflection Questions FEEL How do you feel an artist’s book is different from a common book? THINK Think about and write down a definition for artist’s books TRANSFORM Share the definition with your small group (4-5 teachers), and write a group definition on a large paper. Your group will share their definition in a classroom discussion.

  26. Activity 3 Creating The Artist’s Book

  27. Knowledge Objectives That artists sketch or create models before they work on their final work That artist’s books are created by artists to express thoughts, feelings, and experiences That artists question, probe, infer, make choices, consider cause and effect when creating artwork That an art work is the synthesis of an artist’s thoughts, feelings, or experiences That students can communicate visually That we learn about the artist when looking at her/his artwork

  28. Skills Objectives Create a model of the artist’s book Create an art object to express thoughts, feelings, and experiences Question, probe, infer, and select effective images and composition Combine (synthesis) and organize images into an artist’s book Visually represent a central idea and a ground situation Visually describe their neighborhood and home Learn about other teachers

  29. Procedure: Creating the Artist’s Book