Students will, Recognize and Describe the components Form Subject Content of a work of art. Analyze and Describe how they interpret the components Form Subject Content to experience. a work of art,Define visual literacy, Develop and Demonstrate a procedure for experiencing art. Analyze and describe artists creative expression and decision making process. Recognize strategies artists employ to bridge cultural differences. UWO Essential Learning Outcomes, In 2007 UW Oshkosh s Liberal Education Reform Team LERT adapted the American Association of. Colleges Universities list of essential learning outcomes for college students to suit the specific. strengths of UW Oshkosh These UW Oshkosh essential learning outcomes underpin general education. on this campus They are what every UW Oshkosh graduate will have competency in for life. Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World. Through study in fine and performing arts humanities mathematics and science and social. science focused by engagement with big questions both contemporary and enduring. Skills Both Intellectual and Practical, Identification and objective evaluation of theories and assumptions. Critical and creative thinking,Written and oral communication. Quantitative literacy,Technology and information literacy. Teamwork leadership and problem solving practiced extensively across the curriculum in the. context of progressively more challenging problems projects and standards for performance. Responsibility as Individuals and Members of Communities. Knowledge of Sustainability and Its Applications,Civic Learning local and global. Intercultural Knowledge and Competence,Ethical reasoning and action. Foundations and skills for lifelong learning developed through real world challenges and active. involvement with diverse communities,Learning Integrated Synthesized and Advanced. Synthesis and advanced accomplishment across general and specialized studies demonstrated. through the application of knowledge skills and responsibilities to new settings and complex. Class Conduct, We will be creating an atmosphere of mutual respect for effective learning Arrive on time be prepared to. work and make the decision to be engaged both mentally and physically If you miss a class it is your. responsibility to contact another student in order to find out what was presented in class and come. prepared to the next meeting, USE OF CELL PHONES TABLETS LAPTOPS AND OTHER ELECTRONICS PROHIBITED. The use of electronic devices in the classroom is disruptive and may be a distraction to you and students. near you If you find it necessary to use a device respond to a text or take a call please excuse yourself. from the classroom for the duration of use As an alternative to using a laptop tablet consider. supplementing written notes by using your text book for notes or highlighting as you follow the lecture If. you use the electronic version of the course text book and find it necessary to reference content from the. text during lecture print hardcopies and use them for writing lecture notes. Of the undergraduate students surveyed 49 percent said the use of technology for reasons not. related to class or off task use was distracting to them However students generally said. they ve used technology for off task purposes regardless Students actually know and realize that. the use of technology has a negative impact on people around them when used for off task. purposes like browsing the web, https www insidehighered com digital learning article 2019 07 10 survey shows nearly half. students distracted technology, Study referenced in article above https ojs lib uwo ca index php cjsotl rcacea article view 8002. students grades were clearly affected by laptop and cellphone use Students really are. hurting themselves by ignoring me this isn t just my ego. https www insidehighered com news 2018 07 27 class cellphone and laptop use lowers exam. scores new study shows,Academic Honesty, Please follow the standards stated in the UWO student handbook ANY instance of academic dishonesty. will be reported to appropriate university officials and will result in an F for the course. Understanding the Arts Grade components,Grade Category Item Final Grade. Exams 4 25,Grading Scale,A 94 100 A 90 94 B 87 90,B 84 87 B 80 84 C 77 80. C 74 77 C 70 74 D 67 70,D 64 67 D 60 64 F 60, Exams will be multiple choice questions covering content from the text supplemental text materials and. lectures If you miss an exam you must provide proper documentation in order to be eligible for a. makeup exam, Final grades are based on accumulation of points and are indeed FINAL. Early Alert, Early Alert is a program that provides you with an Early Grade Report from faculty Early Grade. Reports will indicate if you have academic performance or attendance issues and specific steps you can. take and resources available to help you improve It is common for students to be unaware of or over. estimate their academic performance in classes so this will help you be aware early on of your progress. and provide strategies for success in the classroom You will receive an email during the 5th week of. classes It is important to read the entire email carefully. On Campus Resources, Your personal and academic wellbeing and success are important to us The university provides a. number of resources including,Center for Academic Resources. Writing Center,Reading Study Center,Counseling Center. Undergraduate Advising Resource Center, Additional resources at http www uwosh edu home resources. Students are advised to see the following URL for disclosures about essential consumer protection items. required by the Students Right to Know Act of 1990 https uwosh edu financialaid consumer. information,Week Monday Wednesday Friday Notes,1 Introduction Introduction. September 4 6 Gateways to Art,Understanding,the Arts Read GtA Intro. 2 Intro Part 1 Part 1 Part 1, September 9 13 Fundamentals Fundamentals Fundamentals. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,1 1 Line Shape 1 3 Implied 1 5 Motion and. and the Depth Value Time,Principle of and Space,3 Part 1 Part 1 Part 1. September 16 20 Fundamentals Fundamentals Fundamentals. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,1 6 Unity 1 8 Focal Point 1 10 Engaging. Variety and and with Form,Balance Emphasis and Content. 1 7 Scale and 1 9 Pattern and,Proportion Rhythm,September 23 27 Review Part 1 Part 1 Intro Part 2. Fundamentals Fundamentals Media and,Week Monday Wednesday Friday Notes. 5 Part 2 Part 2 Part 2,September 30 Media and Media and Media and. October 4 Processes Processes Processes,Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA. 2 1 Drawing 2 4 Sculpture 2 5 Architecture,2 2 Painting 2 6 The. Tradition of Craft,2 3 Printmaking,6 Part 2 Part 2 Part 2. October 7 11 Media and Media and Media and,Processes Processes Processes. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,2 8 Photography 2 7 Visual 2 10 Alternative. Communication Media and,Design Processes,2 9 Film Video. and Digital Art,October 14 18 Review Part 2 Part 2 Intro Part 3. Media and Media and History and,Processes Processes Context. Week Monday Wednesday Friday Notes,8 Part 3 Part 3 Part 3. October 21 25 History and History and History and,Context Context Context. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,3 1 The 3 3 Art of India 3 6 Art of. Prehistoric China Japan Renaissance,and Ancient Korea and and Baroque. Mediterranean Southeast Asia Europe 1400,3 2 Art of the 3 4 Art of the. Middle Ages Americas 3 7 Art of Europe,and America. 3 5 Art of Africa 1700 1865,and the Pacific Rococo to. Islands Romanticism,9 Part 3 Part 3 Part 3,October 28 History and History and History and. November 1 Context Context Context,Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA. 3 8 The Modern 3 9 Late Modern 3 10 The Late,Aesthetic and Early Twentieth. Realism to Contemporary Art Century and Art,Expressionism in the Twentieth of the Present. Century Day,November 4 8 Review Part 3 Part 3 Intro Part 4. History and History and Themes,Context Context,Week Monday Wednesday Friday Notes. 11 Part 4 Part 4 Part 4,November 11 15 Themes Themes Themes. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,4 1 Art and 4 2 Sprituality and 4 3 Art and the. Community Art Cycle of Life,12 Part 4 Part 4 Part 4. November 18 22 Themes Themes Themes,Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA. 4 4 Art and 4 5 Art Illusion 4 6 Art of,Science and Political. Transformation Leaders and,November 25 29 Themes Thanksgiving Break. 4 7 Art War,Revolution,14 Part 4 Part 4 Part 4,December 2 6 Themes Themes Themes. Read GtA Read GtA Read GtA,4 8 Art of 4 9 The Body in 4 10 Identity. Protest and Art Race and,Social Gender in Art,Conscience.
The course is an introduction to the principles and theory in Tourism. It also provides a basic understanding of the structure, nature and operating characteristics of tourism as an industry. As much as it offers an overview to the study of tourism it deals with, more importantly with the investigation of the different perspectives in
tragic romance in A Farewell to Arms. offer harrowing insights that somehow console and comfort What is the NEA Big Read? A program of the National Endowment for the Arts, NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. Managed by Arts Midwest, this initiative offers
This course helps to learn to start a career in commercial radio, enhance to work skills in community radio. The course will help develop the understanding of on/air computers. SCOPE Work as TV Journalist, News reporter, Researcher, T.V. Anchor, Content Writer, Production Executive, Voice Over Artist etc. also can work as Freelance reporter.
Lesson Type: Differentiated Learning Anansi Goes to Lunch Written by Bobby and Sherry Norfolk Outcome Students will demonstrate an understanding of the story through discussion, phonics, reading, writing, drawing, and public speaking. Overview Students will read and explore a folktale from West Africa while utilizing multidisciplinary connections in language arts, dramatic arts, and art ...
understanding as they read and track key information. Finally, "Our Human Footprint" gives readers a window into the everyday choices they make and how their daily habits impact Earth, for better or for worse. Students will learn the three components that make up their footprint and discover ways to tread more lightly. To get students
ARH 1000 UNDERSTANDING ART section # 3308 term 505 3 credit hours Instructor: Stephen Schatz Telephone: 727-394-6003 Email: [email protected] but please email me within this course For technological assistance call the HELP DESK at (727) 341- 4357 Required Textbook below Gateways to Art UNDERSTANDING THE VISUAL ARTS
The requirements for and impact of advertising across multiple platforms and associated requirements for digital interactivity, collaboration and co-production will be emphasized. Course Learning Outcomes. 1. Apply creative strategies across a broad range of advertising media 2. Develop a critical understanding of advertising objectives 3 ...
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR GRADE 3: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS **Claim #1: Students can comprehend text in increasingly complex ways. Accessing Narrative Text Target Essential Element Michigan Range of Complexity High Range Medium Range Low Range Michigan Grade 3 Standard for ELA: RL.3.1: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text ...
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts (2010) The purpose of this alignment document is to assist teachers in understanding how the Harcourt Trophies reading series supports the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. In addition, this document will identify standards that are not evident in the adopted
Page 1 CORRELATION OF SCHOLASTIC READABOUT CONTENT AREA LIBRARIES A AND B TO THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS INITIATIVE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS GRADES 3-8 Common Core State Standards Grade 3 SCHOLASTIC ReadAbout CONTENT AREA LIBRARY A Reading: Literature Key Ideas and Details 1. Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a