We found 156 resources with the concept ceramics
Metals and Ceramics: Crash Course Engineering #19
10 mins 9th - 12th
New ReviewDo you want metal or ceramics for your braces? An informative YouTube video introduces learners to two basic materials, metals and ceramics. It looks at the properties of each material, and also describes ores, alloys, clay, and cement.
Game of Thrones Science: Sword Making and Valyrian Steel
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Can mere mortals make valyrian steel without using magic? Game of Thrones gurus examine the properties of this mythical metal with a video from the American Chemical Society's Reactions series. The narrator discusses the properties of...
Animal Self-portrait Mosaics: A Visual Arts Elective
7th - 8th
Out-lined here is a two-week procedure that has the class creating ceramic animal tiles that are metaphorical representations of their own personalities. They discuss animal images found throughout history, what they mean, metaphor, and...
Cave Art Revisited: A Lesson on Recreating Prehistoric Art
3rd - 6th
This could be a very enriching and beautiful project for your class. They learn about the amazing prehistoric Lascaux Cave and view images of the art found there. They review vocabulary common to both Anthropology and ceramics, then...
African Art: The Personal and Useful Objects in Daily Life of Central and Southeastern Africa
3rd - 5th
Students identify and recognize three dimensional objects that are utilitarian and used in the everyday life of the people of eastern and southern Africa. They examine the conception, planning, and skillful execution that went into each...
Discover Woodland Culture: Wisconsin Basic Pottery Techniques
6th - 8th
Middle schoolers take a field trip to a local woodland to find pieces of clay. Once they are back in the classroom, they dry the clay throughly and turn it in to clay slip. They watch a PowerPoint presentation on basic art terms and...
Ceramics and Patterns with Islamic Roots and the Effect on Christian Europe
9th - 12th
Students examine a variety of ceramic pieces and trace their route through China into Europe. As a class, they discuss how ideas and patterns were carried along with the art itself. To end the lesson, they write a report on the...