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ART & HEALTH ASSIGNMENTS JAN/FEB

These are the ART/HEALTH tasks for JAN/FEB

Health topics: stress, body managements, substance abuse
TASK 1: Complete your art analysis of your chosen painting. Either:

Starry Night (Van Gogh),
the Scream (Edvard Munch)

THE MAIN MESSAGE OF [] IS...

I THINK THIS BECAUSE... [evidence that refers to the artist's use of art elements]







On your blog, answer this question: what is the main idea or main message of this artwork? 

Use the elements of design to support your answer.

How does the artist use shape, line, space, colour, value, and texture to create their message?

THE MAIN MESSAGE OF [] IS...

I THINK THIS BECAUSE... [evidence that refers to the artist's use of art elements]

Assessment:

ART ELEMENTS/MAIN IDEA UNDERSTANDING
Level 1: limited understanding
Level 2: some understanding
Level 3: considerable understanding
Level 4: a high degree of understanding

(Written) COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVENESS
Level 1: limited effectiveness
Level 2: some effectiveness
Level 3: considerable effectiveness


Level 4: a high degree of effectiveness


TASK #2: Health Art

Create a main message that you would like to communicate as regards STRESS AND/OR BODY IMAGE
Write that message on a sticky.
Now interpret that message visually, using the elements of design and the collage format.
Attach you message to your final visual representation and hand in.

Assessment:

VISUAL COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVENESS
Level 1: limited effectiveness
Level 2: some effectiveness
Level 3: considerable effectiveness
Level 4: a high degree of effectiveness


EXAMPLES OF COLLAGE:










TASK #3: Health Response x 2

PART A: Respond to the material presented by MADD as regards substance additions, warning signs & consequences (DONE!)

PART B: Create a stress plan or stress kit.

(Written) COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVENESS
Level 1: limited effectiveness
Level 2: some effectiveness
Level 3: considerable effectiveness

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