Arts integration

Cross curricular connections through the arts gathered at the National Art Education Association Convention in Chicago during the Middle Level Medley March 2016

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Arts integration by Mind Map: Arts integration

1. Family Consumer Science

1.1. Designing hand sewn pillow sets

1.2. Quilt Patterns

1.2.1. Underground Railroad-Gee's Bend

1.3. Product Design- Design Monster, Sew Monster & Packaging/Ad Campaign

1.4. Draw favorite recipe

1.5. How cleaning materials change fabric (dying process)

1.5.1. Cascade fabric painting

1.6. Still life of daily caloric intake (different foods)

1.7. screen printing

1.8. Printing Fabrics

1.8.1. reduction prints

1.9. Table Setting- drawing negative space layout

1.10. Ceramics designed for specific food

2. Language Arts

2.1. Culture

2.1.1. Symbolism

2.1.2. Egyptian Art

2.2. Read

2.2.1. Mind Maps

2.2.2. Memes/Captions

2.2.3. Advertising

2.2.4. Characterization

2.2.4.1. Portraits

2.2.4.2. Mask Making

2.2.5. Story Books

2.2.6. Caldecott Winner Book study

2.2.6.1. artist/illustrator

2.2.7. Tom Feelings b/w drawings

2.2.7.1. Ellis Island

2.2.8. Comic Books/Graphic Novels

2.2.8.1. narratives

2.2.9. writing & illustrating other subject areas

2.2.10. Beowolf

2.2.10.1. Description used to create art

2.2.11. Biography

2.2.11.1. Portraiture and history portraits

2.2.11.1.1. Wyatt

2.2.12. The Harris Burdik by Chris Van Alsberg

2.2.12.1. pictures with small caption

2.2.13. Literacy

2.2.13.1. Social Justice

2.2.13.2. News Articles

2.2.13.3. Social Media

2.2.14. Art as Text

2.2.14.1. Pictograms/Infographics

2.2.14.2. Make inference & site evidence

2.2.14.3. Find Theme

2.2.14.4. Compare/Contrast

2.2.14.5. Emojis

2.2.15. VTS- Interpreting ART

2.3. Speak

2.3.1. Critique

2.3.2. Voice Poetry

2.4. Write

2.4.1. Poetry Unit

2.4.1.1. Write poem on a COLOR & illustrate

2.4.2. Personal Narrative

2.4.2.1. Mask Making

2.4.3. Write Story & Illustrate

2.4.4. CODE IT

2.4.4.1. Scratch

2.4.5. Face of the Future

2.4.5.1. SelfPortraits using text in illustrator

3. Math

3.1. Measurement

3.1.1. Trash-n-fashion

3.2. Fibinocci

3.2.1. Golden Ratio & Composition

3.3. Reflective Visual Statement

3.3.1. Show your work -construct

3.4. Art

3.4.1. Draw

3.4.1.1. Roger Kukes Book

3.4.2. Tessalations

3.4.2.1. MC Escher

3.4.3. Perspective

3.4.3.1. Interior Design

3.4.3.2. Landscape Design

3.5. Vocabulary

3.5.1. Geometric Forms

3.5.1.1. Origami

3.5.1.2. Moveable Forms

3.5.2. Patterns

3.5.2.1. Quilting

3.5.2.1.1. Stacking geometric solids

3.5.3. Area /Perimeter

3.5.3.1. Architectural Drawing

3.5.4. Parabolas

3.5.4.1. Lines, color mixing & sculpture

3.5.5. Proportion/ Ratio

3.5.5.1. Facial

3.5.5.2. Figure

3.5.5.3. Depth

3.5.5.4. Color Mixing

3.5.6. Symmetry

3.5.7. Parabola

3.5.7.1. Printmaking

3.5.8. illustrated

3.6. Incorporate Math

3.6.1. MC Escher

3.6.2. http://bridgesmathart.org/bridges-2015/2015-art-exhibition/

3.6.3. Man Ray

3.6.3.1. http://www.phillipscollection.org/events/2015-02-07-exhibition-man-ray-human-equations

3.7. Problem Solving

3.7.1. Plotting Points

3.7.1.1. String Art

3.7.2. Conceptualize

3.7.3. Ratio

3.7.3.1. Grid Project

3.7.3.1.1. Using a Ruler

3.7.3.1.2. Enlarging Images

3.7.4. Graphing

3.7.4.1. Metamorphosis

3.8. Think Strategies

4. Music

4.1. Art / Artists

4.1.1. Picasso

4.1.2. Kandinsky

4.1.3. Pictures at an Exhibition

4.2. Composers

4.2.1. Visual Biography

4.2.2. Illustrate

4.3. Cultural

4.3.1. 2nd Line New Orleans

4.3.1.1. Umbrellas

4.3.1.2. Masks

4.4. Musical Styles

4.4.1. Response

4.4.1.1. Draw

4.4.1.2. Paint

4.4.2. Illustrate

4.4.3. Connect to Art Styles

4.5. Instruments

4.5.1. Make an instrument

4.6. Vocabulary

4.6.1. Mood

4.6.1.1. Color Theory

4.7. Art/Music Teacher Collaboration

4.7.1. https://prezi.com/wna46epgnst5/naea-partners-in-curriculum/

4.7.2. https://prezi.com/bwtvah5zyxl4/art-rocks-naea-2014/

5. Physical Education

5.1. Anatomy

5.1.1. Salt -dehydrates

5.1.1.1. salt effect on watercolor

5.2. equipment

5.2.1. still life

5.3. athletes

5.3.1. student models

5.3.1.1. proper form in sport movement

5.3.1.2. gesture drawing

5.3.2. sculptural figures

5.3.2.1. capture movement

6. Science

6.1. STEAM

6.1.1. Method

6.1.1.1. Design process to solve problems

6.1.2. Design

6.1.2.1. Utilitarian Objects

6.2. Experimentation

6.2.1. Hands on Process

6.3. Vocabulary

6.3.1. Modify/Minify

6.3.2. Anatomy

6.3.2.1. Human

6.3.2.1.1. bone

6.3.2.1.2. Muscular

6.3.2.1.3. Systems

6.3.2.2. Animal

6.3.2.2.1. Dissection

6.3.3. Scale

6.3.3.1. Macro/Micro

6.3.3.1.1. Microscopes / Hand lenses to find patterns

6.3.4. Cells

6.3.4.1. 3d Cell

6.3.5. Kinetic

6.3.6. Balance

6.3.6.1. Visual

6.3.6.2. Radial

6.3.6.3. Physical

6.4. Environment

6.4.1. Habitats

6.4.2. Biomes

6.4.3. Awareness

6.4.3.1. Recycled Art

6.4.4. Cherokee Leaf Printing

6.5. Process

6.5.1. Chemical

6.5.1.1. Photography/Darkroom

6.5.1.2. Printmaking- Litho

6.5.1.3. Solar Printing

6.5.2. Heat

6.5.2.1. Clay transformation

6.6. Physics

6.6.1. 3D Physics

6.6.1.1. Friction/Momentum

6.6.1.1.1. Animation

6.6.2. Color

6.6.2.1. Pointillism

6.6.2.1.1. visual color mixing

7. Social Studies

7.1. History

7.1.1. Biography

7.1.1.1. Historic Portraits

7.1.1.1.1. Chatterpix App to make portraits speak

7.1.2. Events

7.1.2.1. Wars

7.1.2.1.1. Imagery

7.1.2.2. Harlem Renaissance

7.1.2.2.1. Music

7.1.2.2.2. Art

7.2. Culture

7.2.1. Ancestry

7.2.1.1. Clay shaker

7.2.2. Ancient Civilization

7.2.2.1. Greek Vases

7.2.2.1.1. Visual story

7.2.3. Arts

7.2.3.1. 3D

7.2.3.1.1. Weaving

7.2.3.1.2. Totem poles

7.2.3.1.3. Baskets

7.2.3.1.4. Clay Pottery

7.2.3.1.5. Castles

7.2.3.2. 2D

7.2.3.2.1. Self portrait in another time period, culture, civilization

7.2.3.2.2. Photography

7.2.4. Enrichment

7.2.5. Connections

7.2.5.1. Co-teaching

7.2.5.1.1. Religion

7.2.5.1.2. Cultural

7.2.5.1.3. Art

7.2.5.1.4. Music

7.2.5.1.5. Literacy

7.3. Portraits Based on Time Period

7.4. Issues

7.4.1. Social Justice

7.4.1.1. Art as Activism

7.4.1.2. Social Journalism

7.4.2. Regionalism

7.4.2.1. Edward Hopper

8. Technology

8.1. Claymation

8.2. Ipads

8.3. Computers

8.3.1. Auto cad

8.3.1.1. Animation

8.3.2. Vector

8.4. Cameras

8.4.1. Photography

8.5. Laser Cutters

8.6. 3D Printing

8.7. Tradigital- Traditionals and Digital Combined

8.8. Internet

8.8.1. Maps/location

8.9. Interactive

8.9.1. Kahoot Trivia

8.9.1.1. Assessment

9. World Languages

9.1. Cultural Study

9.1.1. imagery

9.1.2. Artists

9.1.3. Art

9.1.3.1. Cooperative Poetry based on art

9.1.4. Events

9.1.4.1. Day of the Dead

9.2. History of Languages

9.3. Vocabulary