CLO: Students will be able to offer targeted feedback based on individual student needs. Students will be able to take feedback and apply it to make revisions.
CLO: Get crazy get silly get wild with delight, the Seussical play is a magical night. You'll need to make posters, reflect and critique, and yours might be chosen if it's most unique. But more than just posters, for drama has needs, of t-shirts whose monochrome wonder exceeds. So choose what you'd like to get started on first, and be so creative that your brain may just burst!
Google Dr. Seuss and look for common themes amongst the images. Create a folder on your desktop for "Seuss Imagery" and drop at least 5 pictures for each of the following: Characters, animals, landscape elements, fonts. (20 images total).
Below, discuss common themes that you see in the imagery:
CLO: Students will be able to offer constructive written criticism to their peers to assist in the revision process. Students will be able to summarize their purpose in creating their piece, as well as take feedback in order to revise their work before final submission.
Next, using the critique sheet, complete the top two sections yourself. What is the message you are trying to send or the end goal of your artwork? What/who inspired your artwork and how did you incorporate your own experiences into your artwork?
Then, gallery walk. Find 4 artworks to critique (don't forget your initials) and comment on each question using academic language for full points.
Last, come back to your seat and read your feedback. Reflect below on the most meaningful piece of feedback and how you will use it to make final revisions on your project.
**Bonus Day! You will receive bonus points every time you are listed as having been the most helpful feedback.**
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.