Creativity in the Classroom -- Help!
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As a future teacher and someone who is creating lesson plans this year, I am curious as to how to incorporate art into my English and ESL classrooms.
I’m hoping to hear some ideas about how to do make sure that students are able to express themselves through art, as well as, writing.
Every lesson plan I create that allows for alternate way for students to express their understanding and creativity, also includes a written explanation. I feel that this is necessary because students need to develop their writing skills, but I think that it gets a little exhausting for students.
Does anyone know of a creative way to let students express themselves and their understanding of a book in any other ways?
You could do this with different types of art materials (watercolor, pastels, pencil, etc...).
I'm doing a poetry unit with my students this fall, and each student is going to recycle a book to turn it into their own poetry collection. They will have to include at least ten poems that they write during the poetry unit. Our school library is donating books for students to use, and we may even have a poetry reading at the end. Student books will then be on display in the library!
During poetry unit, students wrote several haiku s, selected a favorite, and created a small poster with the poem and artwork.
Also search webs for sketch and stretch activities.