The right question would it not? “Parents in the school, why? “-To communicate, trust, listen. – To create a bond of trust, which helps the child to engage in their learning. – Because the child spends a lot of time in school, sometimes with his family. – To reassure the work, the classroom atmosphere. CONCLUSION: For further reflection …
Practices and Research 21: Parents in the school (ICEM edition) Peter Flora, Anna, Gilles, Sebastian, Geraldine, Isabelle, Magali and Cecile (workshop participants) .
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In: Grand West Region> GD 44 – Loire-Atlantique technical Arts> Visual Arts> Drawing Teaching Techniques> Technical Plastic Arts TECHNIQUE: The designs in ink-Spray ask much attention and perseverance children. This is an activity that should be quiet, the noise level (possibly to soft music) and at travel (these must be strictly limited to the needs of the art).
It is interesting to develop the speech rules and traveling together from three rights (everyone has the right to calm, speech, movement). When space permits, it is important to provide 4 spaces corresponding to four stages provided, the last, vaporization, asking to be separated from the other, with only one child at a time in this space. The designs in ink-Spray are based line drawing. They are therefore particularly rich that children have a variety of graphic designs.
In one class, children can have a graphic expression notebook, on which they freely draw the line, without coloring, when they have a moment. They can also tell their story in writing, beside or below. For the little ones, it is the adult who writes history. This is what is called the drawing-text. To enrich their “graphic vocabulary”, it is possible to imagine their trees, birds, flowers, suns, animals …, let them observe nature, photos, creations. artists …
The technique of ink-Spray can be used to create maps but also album decorating stories, poems .. THE FOUR STEPS IN THE WORKSHOP 1. GRAPHIC EXPRESSION Children draw free, line, without coloring on scrap sheets to bristol sheet size (business card size to make cards) that will be used to create the drawing. For small, the facilitator asks to tell a story in features, with its characters, its decor. They can do more projects.
2.Creation GRAPHIC From their projects on bristol board, they draw their graphics, with indelible black markers or India ink with a pen holder. They then work each graphic as the attached drawing by searching for original designs. 3. When the facilitator COLORIAGE estimated graphics research is sufficient, it allows to pass coloring with markers for colors homeworkmarket reviews
It gives instructed coloring supermarkets in lesnuances variant of the same color and to respect the black lines as in the technique of stained glass. To facilitate this activity, it is possible to combine in separate pots, blue, red, yellow, green, brown, etc. 4.VAPORISATION 1. Technical When the coloring is satisfactory, the facilitator gives the green light for vaporization.
2.Organisation of the workshop 1. Equipment in our workshop Material can obviously be different from that which I propose from our experience. – Ink colorex: Ink watercolor PEBEO is appreciated for its light, velvet finish and its solids perfectly unis.Fortement concentrated, it supports a wide water dilution. It can be used pure or diluted according to the intensity. In the practice of ink Spray, it is better to use pure.
Avoid exposure to the sun, because like all inks, Colorex is sensitive to ultraviolet rays. To avoid excessive fading of color over time, the illustrations can be protected with a UV varnish to the technique of ink-Spray, with the children, take only 3 colors primairesqui allow for increased color: magenta, blue cian, primary yellow. The ink may be diluted in water.
The various tools and hands can be cleaned with soap and water. The support is paper. If children can draw with ink, buy a bottle of ink. – 3 varnish vaporizers that allow blowing with the mouth – 3 dropper: 1 per color (cap to put drops into the nose for example) – 3 glass jars (yoghurt pot type) that will serve as color reserve to avoid going to draw on the bottles – 3 small bottles to put the dropper – three test tubes with tube holder – from cardboard cut, scissors, herbs and leaves for caches.
Caches can also be made specifically with strong cardboard. – The blotters to dry – a cardboard box to put the drawing Spray workshop 2.Organisation (NB / Missing picture to see therefore need practical organization of an experiment by the workshop leaders) Bottles ink test tubes glass jars Small bottles with droppers Spray 3.OPERATION workshop (for beginners) 1. Prepare the covers: the caches must protect the already completed drawing. For the other remaining areas, put herbs, various forms 2. Take 3 or 4 drops of red ink with the dropper and put them in the test tube 3. Replace the dropper in his place in his small bottle 4. Take the spray corresponding to red ink and spray lightly blowing 5. Reinstall the tube and spray for them 6. Repeat the same operation with blue ink 7. Remove all caches and see the effect 8. Replace the covers leaving out what needs to be sprayed in yellow 9. Spray the yellow ink to finish 10.
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By Simon Jaubert on 08/25/18 – 3:21 p.m. In: GD 79 – Deux-Sevres Meeting Dates: 17/01/19 – 19:30 – 22:00 Location: Public School Thenezay (at Stan) ICEM Meeting 79 to share experiences, questions around the theme oral expression and our news.
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