Fifth Grade learns about character traits by examining Norman Rockwell paintings
The Kennedy Center describes arts integration as a creative process which connects an art form and another subject area.
If you ever walk around the hallways at Woodburn you will see our bulletin boards documenting our arts integrated lessons. You will always see both the arts objectives as well as FCPS's curriculum objectives.
For example, these pictures are from a fifth grade class learning about character traits. The teachers are using paintings of Norman Rockwell to start their conversation.The Language Arts objectives relate to describing a character’s traits, feelings, and actions as presented in a story. The Visual Arts standards relate to analyzing artists' intent in artworks.
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