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Thinking in pictures. By: Marie King, Tegan Stanford, Erin Stengel, & Andi Zirkle. Overview. “Quality materials inspire rich language.” Materials used in the non-traditional way encourage students to think differently. Two examples: Collaging and Crayon resist painting.

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thinking in pictures
Thinking in pictures

By: Marie King, Tegan Stanford, Erin Stengel, & AndiZirkle

overview
Overview
  • “Quality materials inspire rich language.”
  • Materials used in the non-traditional way encourage students to think differently.
  • Two examples: Collaging and Crayon resist painting.
  • Both offer a depth of color and texture, with opportunities for “happy accidents.”
  • “The richer and more thoughtful the picture-making experience, the richer the writing that grows from that experience.
hand painted collage
Hand-painted collage
  • Collage: This is done by hand-painting papers that are cut out and put together to make a picture to go with a story. The picture texturing techniques were all designed for immediate success even for those with little or no art background.
    • Gives a sense of ownership and pride.
    • Discover their story.
    • “I soon found that students’ engagement in the paper-texturing process led to sense of ownership and pride not only over the colorful and varied papers they created but also over the stories that grew out of these hand-painted papers.”
crayon resist painting
Crayon resist painting
  • Simple and easy to manage classroom art technique, making it a good way to enter the Artists/Writers Workshopprocess.
  • Watercolor is harder to work with but offers more opportunities for nuances in shading and color.
literature share
Literature share

The Toucan by Shel Silverstein

Tell me who can

Catch a toucan?

Lou can.

Just how few can

Ride the toucan?

Two can.

What kind of goo can

Stick you to the toucan?

Glue can.

Who can write some

More about the toucan?

You can!

group share
Group Share
  • “artist chair”
  • “If you see yourself as a reluctant artist, try explaining to your class that you are a learner and you will be joining your students in this journey of discovery.”
  • “Together with your students, you will form a classroom community of learners exploring and discovering together.”
  • How would you use this technique in your classroom?
  • Does anyone have any prior experience using crayon resist painting?