Arts Infusion

quietplumIA et Robotique

23 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 6 mois)

96 vue(s)


Topical
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Specific topic from one discipline is
determined where connective and
interactive relationships among disciplines are
explored
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i.e. dance reinforces measurement


Teaching Tool
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One discipline serves the other
by providing a vehicle through which
knowledge can be efficiently learned and
remembered
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i.e. drama teacher writes a play
about a SS standard


An approach to teaching in which
students construct and demonstrate
understanding through an art form .
Students engage in creative process which
connects an art form and another subject
as it meets evolving objectives in both


Enhances cognitive systems:


visual spatial, analytical, mathematical creative


Positively affects emotional systems:


endocrine, hormonal , social, personal skills, cultural and

aesthetic appreciation


Enhances perceptual

motor systems


listening, vestibular systems, sensory acuity , timing, state
management


Activates memory systems


improved listening, attention, concentration and recall


Tempo


Pitch


Form


Dynamics


Melody


Harmony


Texture


Timbre


Literacy:
Lyrics that reflect various elements of

literature,
flowcabulary
, sing to spell, sing lists,

phonemic substitution “Apples and Bananas,”

musical chairs writing, compare/contrast,


Math:
patterns, graphing, raps for math processes,


Science:

Science summary songs, sound, waves,

sorting instruments, sounds of the water cycle


Social Studies:
States and capitals chant, music of

cultures, music in history




Enhance cognition, emotional expression, perception, cultural

awareness, and aesthetics


Involves sensory rich thinking


Activates emotion and motivates learning


Develops higher order thinking


Develops focus, concentration, responsibility and self
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discipline



Line


Shape


Color



Form


Texture


Space


What caption would you add?


Literacy:
Visual imagery, figurative language, used to

describe literary concepts (the story line,

mood/color, )
mindmaps
/graphic organizers,

illustrations, cartoons


Math:
Geometry, pictographs, symmetry,


Science:

Models & systems, art in nature,


Social Studies:
Art in cultures,
mandalas
,




Enhance Cognition


Grows new brain cells


Primary form of communication


Develops responsibility and instills a value for hard work


Increases sensitivity, respect and cooperation


Burns calories


Alleviates stress


Releases
catecholomine
-
an alertness hormone



Body


Energy



Space


Time


Movement



Literacy:

visual rhyming, synonyms, antonyms, character

dance, parts of speech, story choreography


Math:
basic operations, geometric shapes, lines, angles,

telling time


Scientific Processes
: seasons, weather, plants, machines,

forces, states of matter, solar system, energy,

animals


Social Studies:

rituals, work, terrain, ceremonies, current

events



Stretches perspective through “in role” practice


Increases reading comprehension and writing fluency


Expands speaking, listening and non
-
verbal communication


Develops empathy


Causes reflection on moral issues and values


Builds cooperation and social skills


Alleviates stress


Releases
catecholomine
-
an alertness hormone



Voice


Imagination



Body


Concentration


Cooperation




Literacy:

point of view roles, characterization, plot,


Math:
story problems, role play math symbol, act out

fractions, create advertisement for selling a math

concept


Science
: portray animals, become a landform, famous

scientists, science scenes


Social Studies:

historical characters dialogue or

monologues, what’s my line/to tell the truth



Database of AI lessons already created


More planning time
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1 WHAIES meeting/month


Homeroom teachers better equipped


Arts teachers better informed


At least one AI lesson per week


1.
Schedule AI lessons already available


2.
Identify standards for new AI lessons


3.
Plan the lessons
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with your team, with arts
teachers or on your own