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Collaborative Plan for Integrated Library Media Lesson

Teacher/Grade Level Kindergarten Class size 25 Number of Estimated Sessions 2 Resources/Technologies (print/non-print from LMC,
IMC, community, etc.)

Subject What is art? Special needs of students (interests, background


experiences, IEPs, range of abilities, cultural heritage, any anticipated student difficulties, etc.) Para support, kinesthetic movement, turn to your neighbor

This is an introduction to different genres of art paintings, sculpture, tapestries, etc. Art is an expression that can take different forms. There are framed pictures, pictures drawn in caves, and pictures painted on ceilings. Michelangelos Sistine Chapel & Debra Berhan Angel faces Instructional Goals (District Standards) Content Area: What is art? Who are artists? What do artists do? What tools do they use? Use of art vocabulary. Compare/Contrast art forms. Small motor skills.

Realia depicting angel faces (poster & scarf), sculpture, framed pictures, YouTube of Debra Berhan Selassie Church and Sistine Chapel web site School Improvement Plan Strategies used:
Phonemic awareness strategies Guided reading strategies Vocabulary strategies Writing Process Problem solving model Other________________________________

Library Media: Standard 5: The student who is an independent learner is information literate and appreciates literature and other creative expressions of information. Standard 9: The student who is information literate contributes positively to the learning community and to society and participates effectively in groups and to pursue and generate The 21st Century Learner: -Use prior knowledge as context for new learning -Contribute to exchange of ideas -Connect understanding to real world

Instructional Sequence: (activities, groupings, responsibility of Teacher & LMS, etc.) Session 1: TLO: How many of you are artists? What is art? Show: Realia of various forms of art and discuss what was used to make them and what the artist was trying to convey. Show: Famous a variety of art from famous artists including Michelangelo and the prints I brought back from Ethiopia. End with a gallery walk in the other part of the library with crackers and 7-up as they view student art from different grade levels. Session 2: Do you remember that we said artists sometimes paint on the ceiling? We looked at the Sistine Chapel. Today Im going to show you a church in Ethiopia that has paintings on the ceiling. (YouTube) We are going to make angel faces, too, and put them on the ceiling of our library! Show: Video clip. Show: Poster & scarf and ask them to tell what details they see. Show: Sample angel face and tools needed-sm. Paper plate, crayons (skin tone, black, red or green), scissors, colored paper (red, green, orange or gold) Students color paper plate faces up under tables.

Cut out wings. Assemble project at 2 stations (one to glue papers and one to dot with q-tips in white tempera paint)

Student assessment (rubric, product, observation) Pre-assessment: What is art? Are you an artist? Post-assessment: What is art? Are you an artist? Angel face picture.

Reflection: (What worked, what didnt, & what would you change?) Had 2nd group just color the skin tone of angel face under table instead of the whole head. It was easier for them to manage and cut down the time element.