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Chapter 2. Art For Everyone. Approaching the topic: A. Predicting. Look at the Picture and answer; What is the man doing? Where is he? Read the title of the unit and say what it means in your own opinion. Art For Everyone: What does it discuss?.

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chapter 2

Chapter 2

Art For Everyone

approaching the topic a predicting
Approaching the topic:A. Predicting
  • Look at the Picture and answer;
  • What is the man doing?
  • Where is he?
  • Read the title of the unit and say what it means in your own opinion
art for everyone what does it discuss
Art For Everyone: What does it discuss?
  • This chapter is about art and the mission( job, duty) it can perform in the society.
  • Art can be an important tool in the hands of the artist to express opinions.
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Art For Everyone: What does it discuss?
  • Art can also work in showing the effect of social problems on people.
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Art For Everyone: What does it discuss?
  • The chapter takes the example of the artist Keith Haring who was not only an artist, but also a social activist. He discussed the problems of New York, his city, in his art.
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Art For Everyone: What does it discuss?
  • Haring opened a Pop Shop selling items such as pins, pens and T-shirts which have his art on them.
  • He wanted everyone to learn about his art and the problems of the society he/she was living in.
preparing to read a background
PREPARING TO READA. Background
  • Look at page 20 of your book. Read the background information and try to answer the True or False questions which follow…
vocabulary
Ad. words or pictures that make you want to buy something

Drawing: a picture made with a pencil or a pen

Energetic: very active

Famous: most people know

Gallery: a place to buy art

Graffiti: pictures on public walls

Museum: a place to look at art

Painting: a picture made with paints

Public: for everyone

Sculpture: art made with stone, wood or metal

Upset: unhappy or angry

Vocabulary
vocabulary1
Ad.

Drawing

Energetic

Famous

Gallery

Public

Sculpture

Upset

Graffiti

Museum

Painting

Vocabulary
vocabulary exercise p 22
Vocabulary ExerciseP.22

1. -------people like to run, dance and move a lot.

2. Queen Elizabeth II, Mohandas Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela are------------people. All the people know them.

3. Go to a ------------ if you want to buy a piece of art.

4. The most famous---------- in france is the Louvre. It has many famous works of art.

vocabulary exercise p 221
Vocabulary ExerciseP.22

5. There is an………….for computers in this magazine. I want to buy a new computer.

6. There is a new ……… library on Main street. It is for everyone in our city.

7. Lenardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” is a very famous……………

8. Michaelangelo’s “David” is a very famous……

vocabulary exercise p 222
Vocabulary ExerciseP.22

9. Are you Ok? What is wrong? You look very……………….

10. Sometimes young people draw…………on the side of buildings. Some people get very upset about it.

11. My daughter made a beautiful………….with her colored pencils. It is a picture of our home.

reading one art for everyone pp 23 26
READING ONE:ART FOR EVERYONE……….Pp.23-26
  • Read the timeline about Keith Haring’s life in the book on page 23. Then answer the questions which follow…
  • Read the interview on page 24, then answer the questions which follow on pp.25and 26…………
slide17
Was - Were - Past Tense of the verb "To Be"Read the following questions. Compare the simple present with the simple past ..p.30

Present

Past

Where was Jack yesterday?

What day was it yesterday?

Where were they last week?

I was at home yesterday afternoon.

We were in school yesterday.

What was that in your bag this morning?

When was she at home yesterday?

  • Where is Jack today?
  • What day is it today?
  • Where are they today?
  • I am at home this afternoon.
  • We are in school now.
  • What is that in your hand?
  • When is usually she at home?
the simple past of verb to be exercise from the book p 31
The Simple Past of Verb To BeExercise from the book..p.31
  • Keith Harring and Andy Warhol………famous artists in in the 1980s.
  • Both Harring and Warhol………from Pennsylvania.
  • Harring and Warhol ………the same age. Warhol……….31 years older than Harring.
the simple past of verb to be exercise from the book p 311
The Simple Past of Verb To Be Exercise from the book..p.31
  • In the 1950s, Warhol………a commercial artist on Madison Avenue in New York.
  • By the early 1960s, Andy Warhol……..a famous pop artist.
  • Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenburg and Roy Lichenstien……….also important pop artist.
the simple past of verb to be exercise from the book p 312
The Simple Past of Verb To Be Exercise from the book..p.31
  • Like Haring’s art, Warhol’s art..………..controversial.
  • Warhol…………a painter, sculptor, writer and a filmmaker.
  • Keith Haring’s……..a painter and a sculptor, but he ……….a writer or a filmmaker.
  • Andy Warhol and Keith Haring………good friends in the 1980’s.
style the comma
Style:The Comma “ , ”
  • A comma in writing is like a pause inside a sentence when speaking. We use commas inside sentences. Commas separate parts of a sentence into logical elements. Commas have no meaning, but they help us to see the structure and therefore the meaning of the sentence.
style the comma1
Style:The Comma “ , ”
  • Use a comma between items in a series or list.
  • coffee, tea, sugar, milk, eggs, butter, salt
  • My favorite sports are football, rugby, swimming, boxing and golf.
style the comma2
Style:The Comma “ , ”
  • Use a comma for addresses, before the names of states or cities:
  • 911 Avenue Mansion, Petchburi Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Los Angeles, California
style the comma3
Style:The Comma “ , ”
  • When you join two clauses together with a coordinating conjunction (such as and, but, so, and or), a comma is usually placed before the conjunction:
  • It was raining, so I took my umbrella.
  • and
  • He lives in Victoria, and he studies at UVic.
  • but
  • John is Canadian, but Sally is English.
  • or
  • I could cook some supper, or we could order a pizza.
  • so
  • She was sick, so she went to the doctor.
style the comma4
Style:The Comma “ , ”
  • Use a comma after words such as for example, and finally,….
  • Use a comma with dates……….
  •   Use a comma between the day and the year following the American style for dates:
  •                   ~August 18, 1950.
  • When writing the day as well as the date also use a comma after the day:
  •                    ~We will hold elections for class president on Monday, January 14, 2008.  
exercise 2 read the following two paragraphs add six commas to each paragraph
Exercise 2Read the following two paragraphs. Add six commas to each paragraph.

The Haring Family

Keith Haring was born in Kutztown Pennsylvania. He lived with his mother his father and his three sisters. His sisters’ names were Kay Karenand Kristen. Keith liked Kay and Karenbut Kristen was probably his favorite. Kristen was the baby in the family. She was 12 years younger than Keith. Keith and Kristen were always good friends.

exercise 2 read the following two paragraphs add six commas to each paragraph1
Exercise 2Read the following two paragraphs. Add six commas to each paragraph.

The Haring Family

Keith Haring was born in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. He lived with his mother, his father, and his three sisters. His sisters’ names were Kay, Karen, and Kristen. Keith liked Kay and Karen, but Kristen was probably his favorite. Kristen was the baby in the family. She was 12 years younger than Keith. Keith and Kristen were always good friends.

add six commas to the following paragraph
Add six commas to the following paragraph.

Tokyo Pop Shop

Haring opened a Pop Shop in Tokyo on January 30, 1988. He wanted the Tokyo Pop Shop to be successful, but it had many problems. People did not buy Haring’s art at the Tokyo Pop Shop because there were cheap copies everywhere. For example, it was easy to buy T-shirts, pins, and posters with “fake” Haring art on them. Finally, the Pop Shop in Tokyo closed in 1989.