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Looking and Learning in the Art Museum

Students practice looking skills as they reflect upon the differences between viewing original works of art and reproductions. In this art viewing lesson, students interpret a work of art using formal analysis and research done for homework. Students visit a museum to study various art examples and identify the shape, color, form, and texture for the pieces using a given website. Students write an interpretation for the art.

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7th - Higher Ed
Visual Arts
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Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategies
Project-Based Learning
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