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(Rem.) This article was about...
An interdisciplinary, literature-based approach for teaching K-2nd grade children w/LI through the visual arts
An interdisciplinary, science-based approach for teaching K-2nd grade children w/LI through the visual arts
I didn’t read the article, and I have no clue what it was about
Interdisciplinary education history
(Rem.) How prevalent are language impairments (LI) in US children?
LI affects 3%-6%
LI affects 3%-16%
LI affects 16%-20%
LI affects 38%-52%
(Und.) Heath and Wolf (2005) studied young children who worked once a week for a year with a professional artist. Summarize those results.
The children experienced a growth in their artistic skills, but a decline in their literary skills
The children experienced a decline both in their artistic skills and literary skills
The children experienced a gain in attention to detail, technical terms, manipulation of props, and variety of media
The children experienced a gain in spelling, reading, and writing
(Und.) Rephrase the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ definition of arts integration that was on page 168 of the article.
(App.) One benefit of the Arts Integration approach was the promotion of social learning. What is one way this could apply to real life?
(App.) Page 168 of the article: "The visual arts provides children with an alternate pathway to construct meaning." What is one way this has played a role in your education experience?
(Ana.) List the 6 steps in instructional planning found in the article.
(Ana.) Examine the last Common Core State Standard, the National Core Art Standard, and the IEP goal/lesson objective on page 170. Talk with someone next to you about how the goal fits with the standards.
(Eval.) After reading this article, do you think a language and visual arts integrated program would produce beneficial results?
I don't know
(Eval.) Choose your favorite activity (or one that you would have liked to do) from the chart on pages 174-175, and be prepared to defend your reason why you chose it.
(Creating) Create your own short activity that includes a language and literary focus, as well as a visual arts focus. See the two tables on pages 170-171 and 174-175 for references.