Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Basic Art Material

Last Updated: 01 Nov 2010
A better view of the presentation can be seen here: http://aclil2climb.blogspot.com/2010/11/basic-art-material.html

First and foremost, please let me remind you that what you see here and on Scribd and Slideshare, is only a review. These reviews do not show animations. If you see this presentation without the animations, you'll just see images and words overlapping each other, and it will just look like something done by someone not knowing what he is doing!

So, if you want to see this, please make sure to download it as a PowerPoint show. This  show can also be downloaded from Scribd.

The idea is for it to be used either for teaching basic art material as new vocabulary or for revision.

Each slide is introduced by an image. Prompt the students for the name, and/or the description. The image is followed by the definition, and sometimes by a different image of the same object. Finally, the name is displayed. Where the words are very easy, the definition is displayed before the image.

Don't forget to look at the online game for this lesson: http://aclil2climb.blogspot.com/2010/09/art-material-tagging-game.html

For those who prefer non-ICT activities, below are 24 pictures of material we have seen in the PowerPoint show. These pictures can be used as flashcards for classroom games such as bingo, for example. See my post for Instant Bingo.

This set of pictures is also available in José Alberto's Slideshare account.

Basic Art Material Flashcards

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