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Quiz 5: Create Imagine and Play
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In the Explanation Game, what does the teacher do to create anticipation to look at the artwork?
Has the painted turn away from them
In the Explanation Game, a kindergarten teacher showed that she valued her students thoughts by
getting a pen to write them down
In the Explanation Game, a kindergarten teacher used guiding questions to help her students use critical thinking skills to talk about art and other things they see. Which is the main question she used?
What makes you say that?
One of the main points in the article, "You Can Hide, But You Can't Run: Interdisciplinary and Culturally Sensitive Approaches to Mask Making," by Ballengee-Morris & Taylor is that "Learning how to make connections and not see subjects or people in isolated, unrelated ways is a lifelong skill that is vitally important for our students to learn." One example of how they facilitated this process for the students is to
Discuss students' ideas about themes, Issues and interests
Referring to the article, "You Can Hide, But You Can't Run: Interdisciplinary and Culturally Sensitive Approaches to Mask Making," when do forms of cultural re-representation become especially problematic and conflictive?
When images and objects have significant, sacred, or spiritual meaning for the social group from which they are appropriated.
When the original, cultural intent of an object is disregarded or over simplified.
When images/ objects are used in a fashion that misrepresents or maligns the original social group
"That doesn't look like any person I've ever seen!"
At what stage of cognitive development in Aesthetic Experience is this individual?
Stage 2 - Beauty and Realism - Age 10
Implied in the lecture and art museum studio activity, which of the following is NOT a benefit of visiting and art museum?
a good place to buy art
Art is a social communication system, looking at the aspects of the world in which it was created.
The best approach to mask making and learning about other cultures is to do a project about making an African mask.
Study of art by analyzing the way objects are made and their purely visual aspects and emphasizes compositional elements.
Aesthetic thinking is spontaneous, non-judgmental, highly personal
Beauty and Realism
Concerned with skill
Awareness of uniqueness and quality of aesthetic experiences
Style and Form
artwork as an expression of a public tradition - artwork is embodiment of culture
Autonomy: Professionally Trained Adults
Balance between personal and social judgment
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