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Arts Integration Strategies
Transcript of Arts Integration Strategies
Strategies for the ELA Classroom
Art and Language:
Speaking, Writing, and Drawing
Arts Integration in Action!
Benefits of Arts Integration
Improved academic performance
Strategies for Integrating Visual Arts in the Language Arts Elementary Classroom
Mar. 3, 2014
Heather R. Brown
Have students create their own versions of scenes and/or characters based on context clues.
Storybooks and Scene Comparisons
Have students "read" a book by only looking at the illustrations. Examine and discuss the techniques the artist used and how they portray meaning for the story.
Have students create a visual of everyday events or specific memories, such as "view from the school bus" or "on the playground." Students can then write a description to explain their artwork.
Show students an artwork or drawing and have them write a story [or vice versa].
Studying a particular artist's life and artwork combines
by requiring students to examine works, think critically, and form inferences.
Music, Drama, and Dance
Music, drama, and dance provide different pathways for students to learn
More creative environment, in general
Increased student engagement
more personal connections and thinking "outside the box"
These different experiences require
critical thinking skills
that exceed past "paper and pencil" and call for students to be
Clements, R., & Wachowiak, F. (2010). Emphasis art: A qualitative art program for elementary and middle schools. (Ex. 9th ed., pp. 99-111). Boston, MA: Pearson.