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What significance do everyday objects hold?. Emotions?. Stereotypes?. Message?. Found Object Activity!. Each table will receive a few everyday objects. Sort these into the following groups: Feminine / Masculine Childish / Adult Inviting / Uninviting Familiar / Foreign

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What significance do everyday objects hold
What significance do everyday objects hold?




Found object activity
Found Object Activity!

  • Each table will receive a few everyday objects. Sort these into the following groups:

    • Feminine / Masculine

    • Childish / Adult

    • Inviting / Uninviting

    • Familiar / Foreign

    • Positive / Negative

  • Be prepared to explain your decisions!

  • Journal entry 3 21 11
    Journal Entry (3-21-11):

    • What did you learn from the Found Object Activity?

      • What emotions, stereotypes, other images, etc. did you associate with the objects?

      • What objects did you disagree upon in your group?

      • Are there personal experiences behind the decisions that you made?

    2d animation

    2D Animation

    Found Object Flipbooks

    Duchamp dada
    Duchamp (Dada)

    • "The only works of art America has given are her plumbing and her bridges."

    • Duchamp’s intent was to make art more about the interpretation of the piece than the object itself.

    Donald lipski contemporary
    Donald Lipski(Contemporary)

    What meaning do these sculptures give the everyday object?

    Do you think of the objects differently now?

    What significance do everyday objects hold

    Journal Entry (3-21-11):What objects best represent you?Brainstorm two lists. One of objects that represent you now and the other of objects that would have represented you a couple years ago in elementary school.

    Journal entry 3 22 11
    Journal Entry (3-22-11):

    Sketch out a quick transformation of your objects.


    • After choosing found objects, you get to create a flipbook that shows the transformation of the objects.

    • Your first object (elementary self) with transform or morph into your second object (present self).

      • Videos:

        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQGDO4hs76g

    Flipbook requirements
    Flipbook requirements:

    -First create a storyboard of 16 frames (including title frame).

    -Number them 1-16.

    Draw them in this order!

    -#1 is your title frame

    -#2 elementary object

    -#16 present object

    -#9 half way picture

    - fill the rest in!

    Journal entry 3 23 11
    Journal Entry (3-23-11):

    • In what specific situations is it important to do things in sequence or a particular order?

    Animation activity
    Animation Activity!

    • In your group, practice identifying steps by acting out a movement with your bodies.

    • Each person will be the next step in the movement.

  • Stand in a line and see if the class can guess your action without words!

  • Use the Order of Flipbook Frames poster for help.


  • Double check
    Double Check!

    • Make sure your flipbook has all the required parts:

      • No gaps in animation.

      • The first frame is the title frame.

      • Shows the transformation of Elementary object into Present object.

      • Use pencil and Sharpie!

      • Minimum of 16 frames.

    Found object flipbook objectives
    Found Object Flipbook Objectives!


    • After an in class activity, students will choose two everyday objects with some personal meaning and bring them into class.

    • Students will show the transformation of their objects through a series of images showing action in a flipbook.

    • Students will create a storyboard of at least 15 frames by breaking down their story into still shots (drawing the frames in the correct order).

    • Using pencil first, students will redraw their storyboard frames onto individual index cards.

    • Students will add more frames if needed after checking for inconsistencies or gaps in their animation.

    • Students will add another medium to their story such as, Sharpie, pen, colored pencil, marker, etc.

    • Students will videotape their flipbook animation to share with the class or in a small group during an in class critique using the In Class Evaluation Questions. **Videotaping optional

    • Students will fill out the Self Assessment Worksheet to rate their work, which the teacher will also use to rate the student’s work.