Friday, August 30, 2013
This sub lesson is fully scripted and ready to hand to a sub. Provide them with paper, pencil, crayons, and the book, Tar Beach, by Faith Ringgold, and they are ready to teach the lesson.
This lesson may be taught as a PowerPoint projection or printed out and each page shown, one-by-one.
The materials needed for the lesson are: paper, pencil, crayons, and the book, Tar Beach, by Faith Ringgold.
The slides lead the teacher through questions and answers that will encourage the student to let their imaginations lead their own designs.
I have tested this on my own art subs and have gotten positive feedback. I have also taught this lesson myself, and the students have enjoyed it.
This would be perfect as an emergency sub lesson or as a lesson to be taught by a teacher at any time.
You can find this lesson at my shop at TeachersPayTeachers.
Monday, August 19, 2013
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
I am going to be selling them cheaply so that when you need an emergency lesson plan you can buy one from here: Jan's Shop at TeachersPayTeachers A lesson that has taken me hours and hours to work on, you can download in a minute. You don't have to spend all those agonizing hours writing your own art sub lesson plans.
The lessons all use the most simple supplies: crayon or maker, pencil or pen, and paper. All your sub has to do is to read each slide.
Since my subs most likely don't feel comfortable using my technology, I have created the slides so that you can print out each slide. The sub will just bring the class close as if they were reading a book to the class, and they will show each slide that has been printed.
This particular lesson was written with third, fourth, and fifth grade students in mind.