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Why Writing in the Art Room?
The Benefits of Writing 2:00
Engaging in Conversation 3:09
How to Help Students Develop as Writers 3:48
Writing About Famous Artwork
The Easiest Place to Begin 4:02
Responding to Famous Works 3:17
Writing About Student Artwork
Beginning Artist Statements 4:34
Writing About Individual Works 3:49
Writing in the Visual Journal
Why Writing is Important in a Visual Journal 2:59
Simple Assignments and Exercises 3:07
Advanced Ideas 3:45
Song Lyrics & Poetry 3:42
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Identify vocabulary, prompts, ideas, and assignments to help students develop their writing skills.
2 Understand the different critiques and discussions that lead to better writing.
3 Develop new ideas to help engage students through writing.
Writing is an important skill that helps students to express themselves and explain their art in new and different ways. In this PRO Pack, Tim Bogatz will show you exciting ways to bring more writing into your secondary art room. Whether students are writing about their own work or the work of others, these ideas will help keep them engaged through a variety of prompts, exercises, discussions, and assignments.
C. Develops questioning techniques to encourage higher-order thinking skills
C. Values how the arts connect with other disciplines and provides opportunities to experience those connections
Content & Art Ed NOW Manager and PRO Facilitator
Tim is the Content & Art Ed NOW Manager for the Art of Education University, and previously worked as an AOEU writer and graduate instructor. Before working for AOEU, Tim taught high school art for 14 years in Omaha, Nebraska. As a teacher, he focused on creativity, problem solving, and higher order thinking skills, using drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and whatever other materials might be available.