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    1. Creating  Visual Metaphors for Esperanza Rising

    2. is a word or words used to represent something else. • is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase that ordinarily designates one thing is used to designate another, thus making a comparison, as in "a sea of troubles" or "All the world's a stage"(Shakespeare). A Metaphor

    3. is an image used to suggest something other than what it is. A Visual Metaphor

    4. Examples of visual metaphors What do the following images mean to you? Heart Lightbulb Tear

    5. Examples of visual metaphors used on maps Gas stations Camping sites Food High ways Rivers

    6. Examples of visual metaphors used in cartoons What do you think the artist wanted you to think when he drew this?

    7. Examples of visual metaphors used in our environment Bathrooms Logos

    8. Metaphors used in Esperanza Rising Why did Pam Munoz Ryan use fruits and vegetables to title her chapters? What do you think the figs represent in the 3rd chapter?  

    9. Examples of visual metaphors used in Esperanza Rising Today you are going to create a painting of one of the following. Uvas – grapes papayas - papayas higos – figs Guayabas - guavas Melones - cantaloupes Cebollas - onions Almendras - almonds Ciruelas – plums Las papas - potatoes Los Aguacates - avocados Los Esparragos - asparagus Duraznos – peaches

    10. Cup of water • Paper (put your name on the back) • Pencil • Brushes • Paint • Paper towels • Fruit and Fruit stencils What you will need:

    11. Step 1 Setting up your desk Setting up your desk Cover desk with newspapers Cup or bowl of clean water Brushes Palette (paper plate) to mix paint Two pieces of paper – one for practice.  Paper towels for spills and brushes Prepare the papers  (write your name on the back)

    12. Step 2:  Looking at your subject What shapes  do you see? What colors do you see?

    13. Step 3: Drawing your subject Choose a stencil that is the shape of your fruit.   

    14. Step 3: Drawing your subject Using this stencil, draw the fruit or vegetable three times.   Overlap  the shapes and touch three sides of the paper.  

    15. The Color Wheel Primary Secondary Analogous Complementary Warm Cool

    16. Step 5: Oil Pastel Now take the paper with your pencil drawing and fill these shapes with a basic color

    17. Step 5:  Oil Pastel Add white to show where the light is coming from.  Add a darker color to show what is in the shadow.

    18. Step 6 - Adding a complementary color Look again at the color wheel and find a color opposite your colors on the color wheel.    Use this color to paint the background of your painting.  

    19. Step 6 - Adding a complementary color Look again at the color wheel and find a color opposite your colors on the color wheel.    Use this color to paint the background of your painting.  

    20. If you have yellows and orange , choose blue or green. • If you have greens and blues, choose red.   • If you have blues and purples choose yellow. Step 6 - Adding a complementary color

    21. Step 5: Oil Pastel Choose a color for the background  that is opposite on the color wheel from the color of your fruit or vegetable. Use this color to paint the entire background.

    22. Step 6: Oil Pastel Think Think about the fruit you have drawn and the chapter of Esperanza Rising that used this fruit for a title.  Why do you think the author chose this fruit for the chapter.  What ideas come to mind when you see it?   Ripeness, dryness, whithered, full of hope? 

    23. Step 7 - Clean up Clean your brush in your leftover water Return water and brushes to the sink Move your painting to the drying rack Complete the check list.

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