Directions for Presenting Artist Tri-fold Book Report
1. Dress up like your artist. Look on the Internet for pictures and/or look in books you already have. Think about the time period in which they lived. What was the style then? You do not have to dress up, since this is short notice, but it would be fun.
2. Present the key information in your biography. Remember to bring a second copy of your biography and/or write the information on index cards.
3. You will also get to choose 2 other parts of your tri-fold to share. (i.e. Letter to artist, reproduction etc..) Please do not share the timeline, as most of that information is in the biography.
4. Have fun, be creative, and remember to speak in a loud, clear voice. Consistent eye contact, hand gestures, and body movements also make for a great presentation. I encourage you to practice at home.
a great resource to help you format your bibliography
Tuesday, Jan. 14- Show Ms. Gaine your 5 resources (2 must be books)
Friday, Jan. 17- rough draft of Artist Time Line (must have 15 events)
Thursday, Jan.30- rough draft of Biography
Tuesday, Feb. 4- Artist Reproduction (can show me/ email a picture of your art)
Monday, Feb.10- Imitation Artwork piece due (can show me /email a picture)
Wednesday, Feb. 12- rough draft of Letter to Artist
Friday, Feb. 14 rough draft of Responses to Artwork
Week of Feb. 24th- Final Project due including Bibliography
You will present your trifold on a selected day this week; trifold will be due at the time of your presentation
Monday, Feb. 24- Kate, Sam, Luke, Jason, Graciana
Tuesday, Feb. 25- Ben, Lucas
Wednesday, Feb 26- Christian, Jackson, Raquel, Grace, Jack
Thursday, Feb. 27- Ava, Lauren, Cole, Ellie, Emily, Nina
Friday, Feb. 28 -- Mikey, Malachi, Olivia, Simone, Ethan