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Grade 2

Art +__ELA_________

Key Words/Vocabulary:
Story Elements

Content Standard(s) Visual Arts Standard(s):

VA2AR.2 Uses a variety of approaches to understand and critique works of art.
ELACC2RL9: Compare and contrast two or more ver-
sions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by differ- VA2PR.1 Creates artworks based on personal experience and selected themes.
ent authors or from different cultures. a. Creates artworks to express individual ideas, thoughts, and feelings from
memory, imagination, and observation.
ESOL Standard b. Creates artworks emphasizing one or more elements of art (e.g., space, line,
WPS2: Use English to communicate information, ideas, shape, form, color, value, texture) and principles of design (e.g., balance, repeti-
and concepts about reading and writing. tion).
Lesson Procedure: Hook:
a. a. Hook (something to get the students' attention)
Use artwork by Romare Bearden to See, Think, Wonder.
b. b. Instructional steps
c. c. Formative checks (progress checks throughout the Have students discuss different pieces in groups.
d. d. Summative assessment (description) Come back together to compare and contrast. Talk about the art
e. e. Closing (how you will end the lesson) elements that can be compared and contrasted.

b: Instructional Steps:
1. Do Imagine Learning compare and contrast lesson. Discuss language and the elements used to compare and contrast.
Record the story elements from both stories (The Boy Who Cried Wolf/The Wolf Who Cried Boy) and use them to com-
pare and contrast.
2. Read Stone Soup by Jon J. Muth (Asian version). Record the story elements.
3. Read Stone Soup by Ann McGovern (European version). Record the story elements.

4. In groups, use venn diagrams to compare and contrast the 2 versions of Stone Soup.

5. As a class decide on the major common similarities between the 2 stories.

6. Each pair of students will choose one similarity that they wish to overlap in their artwork. As a class, use The Boy Who
Cried Wolf/The Wolf who cried Boy to show how to overlap the elements.

7. Use the overlapping technique to compare and contrast with a partner.

8. Partners will orally present their artwork.

C. Formative Checks

Story maps, Venn diagrams

What elements did you use to compare and contrast? How can you compare and contrast the major events? How can you
compare and contrast the main characters?
d: Summative Assessment:
Individual students will write compare/contrast essays.

e: Closing: Ideas to present/display student learning:

Present artwork and writing pieces. Write reflec- Display pictures of the process—story maps, venn
tions about the process using content and arts vo- diagrams, sketches
cabulary. Display overlapping artwork and writing pieces.

Stone Soup by Jon J. Muth (Asian version)
Stone Soup by Ann McGovern (European version)
Imagine Learning
Romare Bearden by Kevin Brown
Story maps, venn diagrams, sharpies, oil pastels

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Venn Diagram My venn diagram includes ALL My venn diagram includes My venn diagram does not
of the major similarities and SOME of the major similari- include the major similarities
Listening and Reading
differences in the story ele- ties and differences in the sto- and differences in the story
ments. ry elements. elements.

Art—Overlapping My artwork shows a major My artwork shows a major My artwork does not show
similarity overlapping with similarity overlapping with the similarities and differences
unity in the middle. The left unity in the middle. The left in the story with an overlap-
and right sides of my artwork and right sides of my artwork ping piece.
show all of the different ele- show some of the different
ments from each story. elements from each story.

Speaking and Writing I used comparing and con- I used comparing and con- I did not use comparing and
trasting language to compare trasting language to compare contrasting language and I did
and contrast 4 elements of the and contrast 2-3 elements of not write about relevant ele-
stories in speaking and the stories in speaking or ments of the story.
writing. writing.