1. sonneville

    FESTIVALS AND TRADITIONS

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     EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL FESTIVALS AND TRADITIONS Danse au bord de l’eau – RENOIR Pierre-Auguste, 1883 Guinguettes Seen by Mimi the Sardine, musette dancer who looks back on his early years with the journalist. And we will end with a musical excerpt from Juliette Greco song! Beeper: the sounds, the voices, the...
  2. sonneville

    Still life with blackberry pie

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    Still life with blackberry pie (1660), Willem Heda Claeszoon, famous painter for his rendering of reflective surfaces ..© DR EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL GASTRONOMY The art of French table: UNESCO heritage Brainstorming around the French gastronomy Overall understanding: general characteristics of the extract Detailed understanding: world heritage Detailed understanding: the steps of...
  3. Ivana

    Lesson Plan: Critical thinking and Pop Art

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    Lession Plan 3 – Critical thinking and Pop Art Idea – to analyze pop art pieces with use of critical thinking methods Objectives – to awaken interest for pop art and to facilitate dialogues skills ina rt analysis 21st century skills Learning skills Teaching strategies Evidence of success Information and...
  4. Ivana

    Lesson Plan: Still Life

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    Lession Plan 2 – Still Life 1. Idea – presenting Tom Wesselman’s work and thinking about the future 2. Objectives – awaken critical thinking in students about the future they will live in 21st century skills Learning skills Teaching strategies Evidence of success Information and communication Thinking and reasoning skills...
  5. Ivana

    Lesson Plan: Pop Art and Dadism Poetry

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    Lession Plan 1 – Pop Art and Dadism Poetry 1. Idea – Connecting pop art with it’s predecessor, dadism 2. Objectives – to improve the ability to connect historical art period and to make art piece 21st century skills Learning skills Teaching strategies Evidence of success Information and communication Students...
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