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Transcript of Inuit Art
Have students look for examples of Inuit Fingertip Masks while reading. Gift of the Inusuk http://secure.syndetics.com/index.aspx?type=xw12&isbn=158536214X/LC.GIF&client=vlcp&upc=&oclc= http://secure.syndetics.com/index.aspx?type=xw12&isbn=087701759X/LC.GIF&client=vlcp&upc=&oclc= http://secure.syndetics.com/index.aspx?type=xw12&isbn=0395975670/LC.GIF&client=vlcp&upc=&oclc= http://www.artsonia.com/museum/art.asp?id=5801957&exhibit=202106&gallery=y http://www.artsonia.com/museum/art.asp?id=5298188&exhibit=189155&gallery=y Cool Colors http://www.artsonia.com/museum/art.asp?id=5610134&exhibit=189155&gallery=y Warm Colors Materials: Materials: Model Magic Markers While reading the story go over words that maybe unfamilar to students.
Have students look at the shape of the polar bear. Examples Glue
Drawn Rocks on Paper While reading the story go over words that maybe unfamilar to students.
Have students look for examples of an Inuksuk. Procedure: Read the story Mama, Do you Love Me? by Barbara M. Joose
Show examples of Inuit Fingertip Masks
Have students pick warm or cool colors for their mask. Directions Draw a face on the circle
Next, add foam pieces
Tape pipe cleaners to the back, and three feathers to the back.
Tape a stick or straw to the bottom
Don't forget to label your artwork Procedure: Procedure: Read the story Gift of the Inuksuk by Mike Ulmer
Show examples of Inuksuk
Have create their own Inuksuk Directions Have students color the rocks
Have students cut out the rocks
Have students glue the rocks to a piece of paper in the forma of an Inuksuk Modifications For advanced students: add shadows to the background.
Have the rocks pre cut out. Read the Polar Bear Son: An Inuit Tale retold by Lydia Dacovich
Show examples of Inuit Carvings
Have create their own Polar Bear Carving Directions Have students take model magic
and create seven balls:
Tail, ears, eyes, nose
Next have students create a body and four legs. Those legs need to be attached to the body.
Add a head, with facial features
Finally add a tail.
Afterwards have students add limited color.
Finally, have students write about their art and how they used shapes. Modifications For advanced students: add hair on the legs in the form of a triangle.
Help student make each of the sections. Student sticks parts together. Show PowerPoint to students
and introduce unit. Vocabulary Scoring Opportunities History Culture and Society
Identify and describe differnt works of art from different artists, times, and places Real World Connections
Describe different purpose of art Art Connections Art Expression Art Creation
Use quality craftsmanship Elements of Art and Principles of Design
create artwork using warm and cool colors Critical Analysis
Analysis their own artwork and the work of others for elements of art Before showing the video explain that different cultures use art for different reasons. Inuit
Warm Colors: Red, Orange, Yellow
Blue Colors: Blue, Green, Purple
Inuit Fingertip Mask
Caribou Modifications For advanced students: have students create a symetrical balanced face.
Attach extras for the student.