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CHILDREN'S ART GALLERY
Transcript of CHILDREN'S ART GALLERY
e- Activity: Children's art gallery
Students, by groups, display and share their art works in the virtual gallery in the twinspace, helped by their teacher.
The rest must guess which of the artist's work is represented.
Level and number of students
This activity has been thought for students about 3- 7 years old in a classroom of 25 students more or less.
In this activity we are going to create a virtual gallery about three different artists, showing our creativity and using a wide sort of plastic techniques to realise our own view about the artist work.
To build the knowledge about the cultural and historical treasures of the world.
To encourage the pupil's ability of working in teams in the classroom in internationally.
To encourage collaboration among parents and teachers.
To increase the enjoyment and satisfaction that comes as a result of having exposed your own work as an artist.
To gain an understanding of ICT tools and it's possibilities as an educational platform in the Project.
To gain the first experience of using a foreing language and understanding it's importance.
To check the result of the activity we'll use rubrics. Each teacher will evaluate his/ her students work, and when the project has finished, they will do a survey to autoevaluate the project.
Edited by: Ana Ma. Pinto Gimeno
e Twinning Mooc 2016