Glogster Collaboration with Minneapolis Institute of the Arts
Cuba-Rushford is collaborating with the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts to create a fully aligned Common Core Lesson.First Task:You have been assigned 1 of 5 Native American regions. Your objective is to learn more about the Native Peoples through their art and environment.
3. Northwest Coast
5. SouthwestFrom your geographic region, select 1 of the following images from your MIA Powerpoint and analyze it using Glogster.edu.glogster.comAnswer the following questions on your glog:What is your artwork?
What is its purpose or function?
What artistic designs and visual elements are in your work?
What is the environment like in your region? How is it reflected in your art?
List three words that you feel when you look at this object?Assessment- Glogster Rubric
Image Identification & Background knowledge
All prompts are answered completely and thoughtfully
Most prompts are answered completely, some inconsistencies
Some prompts are answered completely, some inconsistencies
Limited or no prompts are completed
Location is identified and environment clearly described
Location is identified and described somewhat
Location is partially identified and some environment described
Location and environment is not described
Visual Elements and principles
Students uses multiple visual elements and principles accurately
Students uses some visual elements and principles accurately
Students uses few visual elements and principles accurately
Students uses no visual elements and principles accurately
Descriptive function of artwork.
Student uses 3-5 words that clearly describe artwork
Student uses 3-5 words that somewhat describe artwork
Student uses 1-3 words that clearly describes artwork or only partially describes
Student uses few if no words that describe the artwork
Student uses 3 words that clearly describes feelings projected in the work
Student uses 2 words that clearly describes feelings projected in the work
Student uses 1 words that clearly describe feelings projected in the work
Student uses no words that describe feelings projected in the work