Introduction to the subject CKV and a art autobiography

Introduction to the subject CKV and a art autobiography
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Introduction to the subject CKV and a art autobiography

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Learning Objective
At the end of the lesson, you will be able to understand the basics of CKV and create your own art autobiography.

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Introduce the learning objective to the students and explain what they will be able to do by the end of the lesson.
What do you already know about CKV and art autobiographies?

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Slide 1: What is CKV?
CKV stands for Culture and Art Education. It is a mandatory subject in Dutch secondary education that aims to develop students' cultural and artistic awareness.

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Explain the concept of CKV to the students and its importance in their education.
Slide 2: CKV Objectives
CKV aims to help students develop an understanding and appreciation of various art forms, improve their critical thinking skills, and encourage active participation in cultural activities.

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Discuss the objectives of CKV and its role in enhancing students' artistic and cultural understanding.
Slide 3: Components of CKV
CKV consists of three main components: experiencing art, exploring art, and creating art. Each component offers different activities and opportunities for students to engage with art.

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Explain the three components of CKV and provide examples of activities within each component.
Slide 4: Experiencing Art
Experiencing art involves visiting museums, exhibitions, performances, and other artistic events to gain exposure to different art forms and styles.

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Discuss the importance of experiencing art and how it contributes to students' artistic development.
Slide 5: Exploring Art
Exploring art involves analyzing and interpreting artworks, understanding their historical and cultural context, and developing critical thinking skills.

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Highlight the significance of exploring art and how it helps students develop a deeper understanding of artistic concepts.
Slide 6: Creating Art
Creating art involves actively participating in the artistic process by producing their own artworks, expressing their creativity, and experimenting with different techniques and mediums.

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Emphasize the value of creating art and how it allows students to express themselves and develop their artistic skills.
Slide 7: Art Autobiography
An art autobiography is a personal reflection on your artistic journey, experiences, influences, and aspirations. It combines written reflections with visual representations of your art.

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Introduce the concept of an art autobiography and explain its purpose in self-reflection and artistic growth.
Slide 8: Reflection Questions
When creating an art autobiography, consider questions like: What experiences have shaped your artistic development? Who are your artistic influences? What are your artistic goals and aspirations?

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Provide students with reflection questions to guide their thinking when creating their art autobiography.
Slide 9: Visual Representations
Visual representations in an art autobiography can include sketches, photographs of your artwork, collages, or any other visual medium that represents your artistic journey.

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Discuss the various ways students can visually represent their artistic journey in their art autobiography.
Slide 10: Writing Reflections
Writing reflections in an art autobiography involves describing significant moments, personal growth, challenges faced, and the impact of art on your life.

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Guide students on how to write meaningful reflections for their art autobiography.
Slide 11: Example Art Autobiography
Show an example of an art autobiography to provide students with a visual representation and inspire their own creative process.

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Display an example art autobiography to give students an idea of what their final work could look like.
Slide 12: Creating Your Art Autobiography
Now it's time for you to create your own art autobiography! Use the reflection questions and visual representations to guide your writing and artistic choices.

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Instruct students to start working on their own art autobiography using the provided guidance.
Slide 13: Sharing and Feedback
Once you have completed your art autobiography, share it with your classmates and provide constructive feedback to help each other improve.

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Encourage students to share their art autobiographies and engage in a feedback session to foster a supportive learning environment.
Slide 14: Reflection
Reflect on your art autobiography journey. What did you learn about yourself as an artist? How has this process influenced your future artistic pursuits?

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Promote self-reflection by asking students to think about their personal growth and the impact of creating an art autobiography.
Slide 15: Conclusion
Congratulations on completing the lesson! You now have a better understanding of CKV and have created your own art autobiography. Keep exploring and creating art!

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Wrap up the lesson by congratulating the students on their accomplishments and encouraging them to continue their artistic journey.
Write down 3 things you learned in this lesson.

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Have students enter three things they learned in this lesson. With this they can indicate their own learning efficiency of this lesson.
Write down 2 things you want to know more about.

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Here, students enter two things they would like to know more about. This not only increases involvement, but also gives them more ownership.
Ask 1 question about something you haven't quite understood yet.

Slide 21 - Open question

The students indicate here (in question form) with which part of the material they still have difficulty. For the teacher, this not only provides insight into the extent to which the students understand/master the material, but also a good starting point for the next lesson.