Connect - 5-10
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 THIS WORK
I speculate that . . . I think he or she was trying to say . . .
Intro to Sculpture – Anchor Activities
Must do first – Complete the assigned project, make sure you show good craftsmanship.
Then do next – Complete any of the four anchor activities, You may complete any activity multiple times.
1. Animal Sculpture - Using modeling clay, sculpt a 3D model of your favorite animal. The model should be at least 3 inches tall. Make sure to look up a reference picture to add as much detail as possible. You may use clean clay tools to add detail.
2. Ceramics Monthly - Select a Ceramics Monthly magazine. Find a piece that is interesting to you; write two sentences about why you think it is interesting. Find and write about at least two pieces.
3. Photo Scavenger Hunt – Download the app PicCollage. While it is downloading, take a photograph on your ipad of all the elements of art. Assemble all photos in piccollage and label each one. Use this link to review the elements of art if you’re not sure. https://www.getty.edu/education/teachers/building_lessons/elements_art.pdf
4. Glaze or Paint a Bowl! – Use the small jars of underglaze to paint a bowl. Use about two layers of underglaze, and make the bowls fun!