This lesson aims to teach adjective clauses in a fun and engaging way; to eliminate short, choppy sentences and encourage longer, more complex sentences; to help students eliminate misplaced modifiers and correct general word order problems within a sentence. Contributed by Jennifer Ostrega.
These essays (one on an Egyptian sculpture, the other on Munch’s painting, The Scream) are terrific examples of formal visual analysis. I have students read the essays and label the accompanying images with the terms and descriptors from the texts. These are very useful for demonstrating the difference between description and interpretation/analysis.
This word list is taken from “The Art Teacher’s Book of Lists,” Helen D. Hume, Prentice Hall 1998. We have this book if anyone is interested in looking through it. It is especially useful for teachers working with art historical topics and themes.