Emphasis Art: A Qualitative Art Program for Elementary and Middle Schools by Robert D. ClementsEmphasis Art: A Qualitative Art Program for Elementary and Middle Schools by Robert D. Clements

Emphasis Art: A Qualitative Art Program for Elementary and Middle Schools

byRobert D. Clements, Frank D. Wachowiak

Hardcover | March 13, 2009

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This beautifully illustrated text reflects the latest trends in art education and demonstrates how to motivate students to learn by integrating art with other content areas. Emphasis Art, 9/e focuses on the intrinsic worth of art-studio experience through its Discipline-Based Art Education approach, as well as on the process of implementing art education into classroom practice.   Useful for both general classroom teachers and art specialists, this popular text promotes art appreciation while providing a wealth of creative ideas and clear technical direction, including lesson plans that incorporate instructional objectives.
Robert D. Clements, Professor of Art, taught art education at the University of Georgia for 25 years. There, he won the University’s highest awards for his teaching and research. A renowned artist in his own right, Dr. Clements’s works are on display in museums and institutes throughout the world. Besides his sculpture and public ar...
Title:Emphasis Art: A Qualitative Art Program for Elementary and Middle SchoolsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 10.2 × 9.2 × 1.1 inPublished:March 13, 2009Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0137145829

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction to Art

Chapter 1: The Role of Art in Society and in the Schools

Chapter 2: Art as Art: The Design Fundamentals


Part 2 Teachers and Teaching

Chapter 3: The Teacher’s Role: Strategies and Management

Chapter 4: Motivating Learning

Chapter 5: Creating and Evaluating Objectives


Part 3: Integrating Art into the Classroom

Chapter 6: Integration in the Three Domains: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor

Chapter 7: Art and Social Studies: Understanding the Contextual Approach to the Visual Culture

Chapter 8: Art and Literacy: Reading and Language Arts

Chapter 9: Art and Mathematics

Chapter 10: Art and Science

Chapter 11: Art and The Performing Arts

Chapter 12: Teaching Art to Children with Special Needs

Chapter 13: Teaching Art to Students Who Are Gifted


Part 4: Creating an Art Curriculum

Chapter 14: Cognitive and Psychological Factors in Children’s Learning and Creative Development

Chapter 15: A Sequential Curriculum for Kindergarten

Chapter 16: A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 1 and 2

Chapter 17: A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 3 and 4

Chapter 18: A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 5 and 6

Chapter 19: A Sequential Curriculum for Grades 7 and 8


PART 5: Appreciating Art and Visual Culture: Art History, Criticism, and Aesthetics

Chapter 20: Teaching Art Appreciation: From Picture Study t to Visual Culture

Chapter 21: Teaching Art History

Chapter 22: Teaching Art Criticism and Aesthetics


Part 6: Teaching Art Production

Chapter 23: Drawing

Chapter 24: Crayon and Oil Pastel

Chapter 25: Painting

Chapter 26: Paper Projects in Two Dimensions

Chapter 27: Printmaking

Chapter 28: Computer Art, Digital Photography, Video, and the Web

Chapter 29: Three-Dimensional Design

Chapter 30: Crafts

Chapter 31: Clay Modeling