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Introduction Task Resources Process Evaluation Conclusion Standards Citations Teacher Notes. A WebQuest for 7 th Grade Visual Art Designed by – Leslie Kline lkline@bgnet.bgsu.edu EDTL 695 - Summer 2008 Creating WebQuests for the K-12 Classroom

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from the palette of vincent van gogh
Introduction

Task

Resources

Process

Evaluation

Conclusion

Standards

Citations

Teacher Notes

A WebQuest for 7th Grade

Visual Art

Designed by – Leslie Kline

lkline@bgnet.bgsu.edu

EDTL 695 - Summer 2008

Creating WebQuests for the K-12 Classroom

Based on a template from The WebQuest Page

From the Palette of …Vincent Van Gogh
introduction
Introduction
  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a professional artist? Well, now is your chance!
  • In this lesson you will learn about each stage in Vincent Van Gogh’s life. There will be dramatic highs and tragic lows, as well as many beautiful works of art.
slide3
Task
  • For this lesson, students will be divided into groups of five.
  • Each five students will be given separate roles. These roles will represent a specific time in Vincent Van Gogh’s life.
  • After the students are assigned a role by the teacher, they will navigate through questions provided for each different role.
  • After answering individual questions, there will be a group discussion to help students develop an idea for a final painting of their own life experiences.
  • Finally, after creating the final painting project, students will have a group critique with the whole class and teacher evaluation based on the rubrics provided.
resources
Resources
  • Students will need:

-Access to the internet via a computer

-Paper and pencil for writing answers from questions provided

-Canvas board, paint, paint brushes, water cups and paper towels for final project.

process page 1
Process Page 1

Before students are to work on their own roles assigned to them, they must answer some research questions about Vincent Van Gogh and Post-Impressionism. After background questions are done, students may begin individual role work.

Begin research questions!

Click here to explore

the different roles!

background research questions
Background Research Questions:

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What movement was Post-Impressionism an extention of?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-Impressionism

Question 2: Who are four artists involved in the Post-Impressionist movement?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-Impressionism

Question 3: Where and when was Vincent Van Gogh born?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Back to Process Page

process page 2
Process Page 2

There will be five different roles assigned by the teacher, representing different times in Vincent

Van Gogh’s Life:

Van Gogh in the

Early Years -1886

Van Gogh in

Paris 1886-1888

Van Gogh in

Arles 1888-89

Van Gogh in Saint

Remy 1889-1890

Van Gogh in

Auvers 1890

*Each student should click on their role and navigate through the links provided to find answers to the questions provided to them.*

To Process Pg. 3

van gogh in the early years 1886
Van Gogh In The Early Years- 1886

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What are the subject matters of this specific time period?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=619&lang=en

Question 2: What are some important events that occurred in Van Gogh’s life during this time period?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Question 3: How did these events influence the artwork from this time?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=619&lang=en

Back

van gogh in paris 1886 1888
Van Gogh In Paris 1886-1888

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What are the subject matters of this specific time period?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=621&lang=en

Question 2: What are some important events that occurred in Van Gogh’s life during this time period?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Question 3: How did these events influence the artwork from this time?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=621&lang=en

Back

van gogh in arles 1888 1889
Van Gogh In Arles 1888-1889

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What are the subject matters of this specific time period?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=623&lang=en

Question 2: What are some important events that occurred in Van Gogh’s life during this time period?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Question 3: How did these events influence the artwork from this time?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=623&lang=en

Back

van gogh in saint remy 1889 1890
Van Gogh In Saint Remy 1889-1890

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What are the subject matters of this specific time period?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=625&lang=en

Question 2: What are some important events that occurred in Van Gogh’s life during this time period?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Question 3: How did these events influence the artwork from this time?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=625&lang=en

Back

van gogh in auvers 1890
Van Gogh In Auvers 1890

*Click on the links provided to navigate through websites and find the answers.*

Question 1: What are the subject matters of this specific time period?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=627&lang=en

Question 2: What are some important events that occurred in Van Gogh’s life during this time period?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_van_Gogh

http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm

Question 3: How did these events influence the artwork from this time?

http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=627&lang=en

Back

process page 3
Process Page 3

Group Discussion:

  • Please go over each question you have answered individually, and compare them to the answers in your group.
  • Share some significant events that may of happened in your life with your group members.
  • Discuss how you may represent these events in your own art work.
  • Create your own work of art and prepare for the final critique with your teacher.
evaluation
Evaluation

There will be four different evaluations for this project.

*Click on the links to find each evaluation.*

1

2

3

4

evaluation 1
Evaluation 1

ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: :

 A(9-10): Planned carefully, made several sketches, and showed an awareness of the elements and principles of design; chose color scheme carefully, used space effectively.

B(7-8): The artwork shows that the student applied the principles of design while using one or more elements effectively; showed an awareness of filling the space adequately.

C(5-6): The student did the assignment adequately, yet it shows lack of planning and little evidence that an overall composition was planned.

D(3-4)The assignment was completed and turned in, but showed little evidence of any understanding of the elements and principles of art; no evidence of planning.

F(0-2): The student did the minimum or the artwork was never completed.

Next

evaluation 2
Evaluation 2

Creativity/Originality

A(9-10): The student explored several choices before selecting one; generating many ideas; tried unusual combinations or changes on several ideas; made connections to previous knowledge; demonstrated understanding problem solving skills.

B(7-8): The student tried a few ideas for selecting one; or based his or her work on someone else's idea; made decisions after referring to one source; solve the problem in logical way.

C(5-6): The student tried in idea, and help out adequately, but it lacked originality; substituted "symbols" for personal observation; might have copied work.

D(3-4): The student fulfill the assignment, but gave no evidence of trying anything unusual.

F(0-2): The student showed no evidence of original thought.

Next

evaluation 3
Evaluation 3

Effort/Perseverance

A(9-10): The project was continued until it was complete as the student could make it; gave it effort far beyond that required; to pride in going well beyond the requirement.

B(7-8): The student work hard and completed the project, but with a loom or effort it might have been outstanding.

C(5-6): The student finished the project, but it could have been improved with more effort; adequate interpretation of the assignment, but lacking finish; chose an easy project and did it indifferently.

D(3-4): The project was completed with minimum effort.

F(0-2): The student did not finished the work adequately.

Next

evaluation 4
Evaluation 4

Group Cooperation/Attitude

A(9-10): The student work toward group goals, effectively performed a variety of roles in group work, followed through on commitments, was sensitive to the feelings and knowledge level of others, willingly participated in necessary preparation or work for classroom.

B(7-8): The student participated enthusiastically, followed through with commitments, performed more than adequately, assisted in preparation and cleanup.

C(5-6): The student mostly allowed others in the group to make all the decisions, did his or her share of work adequately, assisted in preparation and cleanup when asked.

D(3-4): The student allowed others to do most of the work, did participate minimally, did the minimum amount.

F(0-2): The student was part of the group, but did almost nothing toward group goals, did a minimal amount of preparation and cleanup.

conclusion
Conclusion

Well done!

Congratulations on finishing your WebQuest and final project!

You have all learned what it is like to be an artist and have become one yourself!

ohio academic content standards for visual art 8 th grade
Ohio Academic Content Standards for Visual Art 8th Grade

Benchmark A: Compare and contrast the distinctive characteristics of art forms from various cultural, historical and social contexts.

1. Explain how social, cultural and political factors affect what artists,

architects or designers create.

Benchmark B: Create a work of art which incorporates the style or characteristics of artwork from a culture other than their own.

3. Identify artworks that make a social or political comment and explain

the messages they convey.

Benchmark C: Demonstrate knowledge of historical influences on contemporary works of art and make predictions about influences on the future of visual art.

5. Consider and discuss how contemporary artworks contribute to and

influence the future of art.

teacher notes
Teacher Notes
  • Before this lesson students will:

- Have knowledge of Elements and Principle of Art

- Have knowledge about painting with acrylic paints

- Have knowledge on color mixing

citations
Citations

Expo-shop.com. (2008). Biography page. Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Expo-Van Gogh Web site: http://www.expo-vangogh.com/2.cfm.

Maylon, J. Van Gogh page. (2008). Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Artcylopedia Web site: http://www.artcylopedia.com/artists/van_gogh_vincent.html.

Van Gogh Museum. (2005). Arles- 1888-89 page. Retrieved June13, 2008, from the Vincent Van Gogh Museum Web site: http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=623&lang=en.

Van Gogh Museum. (2005). Auvers- 1890 page. Retrieved June13, 2008, from The Vincent Van Gogh Museum Web site: http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=627&lang=en.

Van Gogh Museum. (2005). Early Work- 1886 page. Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Vincent Van Gogh Museum Web site: http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?=619&lang=en.

Van Gogh Museum. (2005). Paris- 1886-88 page. Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Vincent Van Gogh Museum Web site: http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=621&lang=en.

Van Gogh Museum. (2005). Saint Remy- 1889-90 page. Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Vincent Van Gogh Museum Web site: http://www3.vangoghmuseum.nl/vgm/index.jsp?page=625&lang=en.

Wikipedia Foundation, Inc. (2008, June 10). Post Impressionism page. Retrieved June 13, 2008, from the Wikipedia Web site: http://enwikipedia.org/wiki/Post-Impressionism.

Zimmerworks.com. (2007). Rubrics for Art page. Retreived June 14, 2008, from the Zimmerworks Web site: http://www.zimmerworks.com/rubric.htm.