TECH DAY 4-26-19
Respond: The student -
-Analyzes and constructs interpretations of artistic work
-Evaluates artistic work by applying criteria
-Integrates knowledge and personal experiences while responding to, creating, and presenting artistic work
Jessica Stoller, Untitled (Slip) 2016, porcelain, china paint, lustre.
Critical Response Protocol:
1. WHAT DO YOU NOTICE? (Describe without judgment what you
I notice that . . .
2. WHAT DOES IT REMIND YOU OF? (What memory, experience, story, music, other work does this trigger? There are no wrong answers or associations.)
It reminds me of…
3. WHAT EMOTIONS DO YOU FEEL AS YOU ENGAGE WITH THIS WORK?
4. WHAT QUESTIONS DOES IT RAISE FOR YOU?
I’m wondering . . .
5. SPECULATE ON THE MEANING OR UNDERSTANDING THAT IS INTENDED OR CONVEYED IN THISWORK
I speculate that . . . I think he or she was trying to say . . .
ASSIGNMENTS - SURVEYS AND SHORT ESSAYS
Please answer thoughtfully the following questions in paragraph form. A paragraph means 5 complete sentences, correct grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and meaningful thoughts.
Please complete the Student Engagement Survey and the Learning Goals/Targets Survey. The links to both surveys are below.
Email your responses to me by 12pm. firstname.lastname@example.org
1. (10pts) Take a moment to enjoy a beverage and a snack with your teacup/mug and plate. Paste a photo of your beverage and snack filled pottery in the email. Consider how stable your pieces are, the volume of liquid held, the feel of the handle, the thickness of each lip, and the ease of picking up your plate.
What seems well built and functional about your piece? What would you change if you could?
2. (5 pts) What parts of this course worked well for you? What parts of this course would you like to see changed?
(15 points total)