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Using the page they are given, they areto work together to find particular examples of the three elements. Students will have the opportunity to beintroduced to the artwork of Jeannie Baker, through exploring how she createsthe illustrations within her picture books. A boy looks out a window at the same scene over time, and we see the changes that take place in the landscape.
PDF attached contains the above information as well as 'The Artistic Work of Jeannie Baker'worksheet.I enjoy the continual challenges this medium gives me to invent techniques and explore and experiment with materials and their textures. Students will be able toapply their knowledge of the particular elements through focusing on specificillustrations that exist in Mirror as well as their ownartwork created in the previous lesson. By submitting a review you grant us the right to display and use it in any way; please read our General Legal Notices for full details.
As with Home, Bake uses specific age birthday cards and other objects and kids’ growth with which to show the passage of years. But she expects that children will accept the book, in much the same way they accept most new things. It would be really interesting to see how different children interpret the illustrations differently.Allow plenty of opportunities for browsing, looking carefully and talking before you introduce the idea of writing. We pay our respects to their Ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to Country. When I can, I like to use textures from the actual materials portrayed, such as bark, feathers, cracked paint, earth, knitted wool and rusty tin… so that their natural textures become an integral part of the work".