It’s that time of year again – time to assemble student portfolios for review. The state certified teachers want to see samples of work. What would you suggest I submit for composer studies/artist studies? We’ve read the biographies and studied the works, but what should I show as proof?
Thanks in advance for your helpful replies.missceegeeParticipant
I have a 3-prong folder that holds a notebooking sheet for each poet, composer, artist, hymn, & folk song we study. I also include any art done in the style, if available.sherazParticipant
Ditto missceegee. I have them include the info about this person, which work was their favorite, and why. It is such an interesting thing to see their personal preferences. I have been surprised a time or two. =) Sometimes our creative art challenges are based on a famous painting, so I include those, although I could easily use a photo of them with the finished product if I hadn’t kept all of them.
Okay, that sounds good. Do any of you use something specific for notebooking about artists/composers? or do you just make your own? I’d like to have something different than just a written narration on lined paper.
I have the various people notebooking pages from Notebookingpages.com. I am a member and have lots of options, but here are her freebies: http://notebookingpages.com/free-resource-center/teachermomParticipant
Here are some free pages from Notebooking Fairy for composers:
And general artist study pages from Notebooking Fairy:
There are specific artist pages there too and you might see one for someone you studied this year.
Thanks, ladies, for those links. I tend to feel overwhelmed if I were to just do my own search…your links helped guide me in the right direction. I found on Debra Reed’s site http://notebookingpages.com/free-resource-center/ a free Durer picture study notebooking set and other pages that can be used with any artist. Hope this helps someone else too!
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