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TExES ART EC-12 Domain III and IV
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Viewing art history as a succession of period styles implies time and history as ____? A. Iconographical, or B. Linear.
Not Iconography. That is a branch of art history which studies the identification, description, and the interpretation of the content of images: the subjects depicted, the particular compositions and details used to do so, and other elements that are distinct from artistic style. Or it can mean religious icons, or the content of an image, such as number, placing and gesture of the figure(s).
If a work of art is said to use an "economical style," what does that mean? A. inexpensive to reproduce, B. inexpensive to create, or C. reductive and minimal?
C. reductive and minimal
Does art criticism deal primarily with...A. Principles and Elements of Art, B.Primarily Meaning, or C. Evaluating media, process and meaning?
C. Evaluating media, process, and meaning.
What art theory claims an artwork's aesthetic value is determined by only visual aspects, not history or purpose? A. Formalism, B. Structuralism, C. Functionalism, or D. Constructivism?
A. Formalism. A work's artistic value is entirely determined by its form—the way it is made, its purely visual aspects, and its medium. Emphasizes compositional elements of color, line, shape and texture. NOT realism, context or content. 1890, the Post-impressionist painter Maurice Denis wrote 'painting was 'essentially a flat surface covered in colours arranged in a certain order.' Greenberg and Mondrain.
What art theory emphasizes that elements of culture must be understood in their relationship to a larger system? A. Formalism, B. Structuralism, C. Functionalism, or D. Constructivism?
What art theory is a rejection of the idea of autonomous art, in favor of art for social purposes? A. Formalism, B. Structuralism, C. Functionalism, or D. Constructivism?
1919 began in Russia as art in the service of the post-October revolution Bolshevik government. Influences Bauhaus, De Stijl, and German and Russian directors. Alexander Rodchenko was a founder (Russian Futurism).
What art theory is utilitarian both in art and architecture? A. Formalism, B. Structuralism, C. Functionalism, or D. Constructivism?
After World War I, the German Bauhaus produced a number of influential architects and designers, notably Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, who worked within this aesthetic. Functionalism was subsequently absorbed into the International style as one of its guiding principles.
Deconstructivist architecture disturbs which principle, as can be seen in the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain (not Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim) building? A. Movement or B. Unity.
A postmodern architectural movement that began in the late 1980s. Deconstructivist buildings have walls that warp, rippling in giant, apparently random waves. Non-linear.
Alexander Calder does what kind of art? A. Abstract, or B. Kinetic?
Originator of the mobile. A type of kinetic sculpture delicately balanced or suspended using equilibrium, but moving in response to air currents. His stationary sculptures are called "stabiles." Notable for his vast miniature circus.
Visual literacy is A. the ability to respond emotionally to art, B. the ability to discriminate and interpret visuals, or C. the ability to aesthetically enjoy culinary, visual, and audio arts.
B.the ability to discriminate and interpret visuals
A comprehensive approach to art education includes? A. art criticism, art history, aesthetics and art production, B. art criticism, aesthetics, and critiquing, C. art criticism, critiquing and art history, or D. responding, art history and art production.
A. art criticism, art history, aesthetics and art production.
Comprehensive arts education is an approach to learning in and through the arts that centers instruction on works of art, embraces a strong assessment component, and derives content from four foundational art disciplines that contribute to the creation, understanding and appreciation of art: 1) art production, 2) art history, 3) art criticism and 4) aesthetics.
The best place to look for a range of informed opinions on an artwork's meaning would be A. online, B. wikipedia, or C. critical books or scholarly journals.
C. critical books or scholarly journals
Feldman's 4-Steps to Critiquing include?
Authentic teaching is? A. memorization, B. Relative
B. Relative, (perhaps by tying art to real life practices in the contemporary art world.)
5 standards of Authentic Instruction:
I. Higher-Order Thinking
2. Depth of Knowledge
3. Connectedness to the world beyond the classroom (relative to the student)
4. Substantive Conversation
5. Social support for student achievement.
Authentic is also used to refer to non-standardized testing methods that assess skills as used in the "real world."
The first thing to teach students to do with clay is A. hand-rolling clay into cords, B. pinch and pull the clay, or C. potter's wheel
B. pinch and pull the clay
What is soapstone carving?
Soapstone is soft, consisting of unrefined talc, and can be carved with the same tools as wood. Sculpting beginners should start on it before moving to harder rock like marble or limestone.
An art teacher is creating a unit on photography. In what order should she teach it? A. intaglio, silver print, photogram, B. polaroid transfer, pin-hole, digital, C. Pin-hole, photogram, digital or D. Photogram, pin-hole, digital.
D. Photogram, pin-hole, then digital.
Photogram is made by placing objects onto a light-sensitive material such as photographic paper, and then exposing it to the light.
Polaroid transfer is making prints of a photo from film.
Help art students evaluate their personal progress in both knowledge and skills during the learning process through A. Normative evaluation, B. Summative Review, or C. Formative Dialogue
C. Formative Dialogue
What is Normative Evaluation?
identify prescriptions for actions and modification to behavior. Prescribes what out to be, not just what is.
What is Summative Review
is an assessment given periodically to check what students know, usually through test benchmarks. Means gauge.
What is the best way to keep parents and the community informed concerning student success? A. Organize a monthly school exhibit of student work, B. Write an editorial in the local paper, or C. Desktop publish a monthly newsletter to email or send home to the student's parents.
C. Desktop publish a monthly newsletter to email or send home to the student's parents.
First year art teachers develop professionally by? A. attending galleries, B. experimenting with new art media, C. working with other art teachers, or D. further education through online courses.
C. working with other art teachers
The most concentrated professional development in art education is offered by? A. Local community colleges, B. Attending local arts and crafts fairs, or C. The TAEA conferance.
C. The TAEA conference. Texas Art Education Association.
A Museum curator does what?
Acquire and care for objects. The curator will make decisions regarding what objects to collect, oversee their care and documentation, conduct research based on the collection, provide proper packaging for transport, and share that research with the public and scholarly community through exhibitions and publications.
How do you teach a special ed student art?
Work closely with the special education department and any other aides who might work with that child.
Read the students I.E.P. to learn what modifications need to be made.
Talk to the parents and learn what motivates that child.
And above all, be enthusiastic in your encouragement.
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