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I. C. FALCONE-BORSELLINO Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado Lazise –Verona – Italy 3th classes A, B, F Comenius Project: Poseidon, the water and its importance.

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1 I. C. FALCONE-BORSELLINO Scuola Secondaria di Primo Grado Lazise –Verona – Italy 3th classes A, B, F Comenius Project: Poseidon, the water and its importance for life

2 Last school year we started working to the CLIL project:"Art and English: a project that foresees the study of a topic of art in English applying the methodology of the "cooperative learning". We took it again this year studying Impressionism, Van Gogh, his works, his life and particularly the colours of water in impressionistic painters at the show at Mart s museum. We divided into groups, each group has studied a specific topic in a jigsaw activity. We searched for the information in English on internet. Van Gogh's life and works have interested all of us, so we have decided to show the synthesis of the work made in a power point presentation and with a theatre performance called: "Van Gogh's Show"

3 Van Goghs Life Starry Night The Potato Eaters The Bedroom The Sunflowers Wheat Field with Crows Bibliography Websites Evaluation Questionnaire Test Introduction Contents Impressionism Impressionistic painters The sense of water Claude Monet Paul Gauguin At Marts Museum Blue Water Lilies, Cloude Monet 1916

4 IMPRESSIONISM The Impressionism was born in France- Paris- in 19 th century. The characteristic of impressionism was an attempt to accurately record visual reality. In 1874 the Impressionists held their first show. The Impressionists painted not a landscape but the impression of a landscape. Nothing here is painted exactly; the name Impressionism derives from Monet's painting: Impression Sunrise.

5 IMPRESSIONISTIC PAINTERS The most Impressionist painters were: Monet, Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Sisley, Morisot who worked together. These artists became dissatisfied early in their careers with academic teachings and emphasis on the painting an historical or mythological subject matter. These artists abbandoned the traditional landscape. In their efforts to reproduce immediate visual impressions as registered on the retina, They abandoned the use of greys and blacks in shadows and used complementary colours instead.

6 Port-Goulphar,1887 Claude Monet Nympheas Pond,1907 The colours of water Claude Monet

7 CLAUDE MONET Claude Monet was born on 14 November 1840 He first became known locally for his charcoal caricatures, then he learnt to use oil paints and the "en plein air" (outdoor) techniques for painting. During the early 1880s Monet painted several groups of landscapes and seascapes in what he wanted to represent the French countryside.

8 PAUL GAUGUIN Paul Gauguin was born in Paris in He is attracted by Japanese art. Gauguin is also considered a Post-Impressionist painter. His bold, colourful and design oriented paintings significantly influenced Modern art. Washerwomen Beach at Le Pouldu

9 He was born on 30th March 1853 in Grobt Zundert (Holand). At age 11 : he attended the school. He became brawn to languages and enjoyed doing pencil Sketches. At age 16: he began to travel: to London and to Paris. Brussel: his faith God led him to give his possession away to the poor people of Borinage. As an artist : at age 27 Van Gogh worked over ten years to complete more than 800 works. During these years as an artist, Van Goghs colours were dark and morbid like the Potato Eaters,1885.

10 Paris: He moved in Paris with his brother Theo. In Paris improved his drawing technique. Here he became friend with Paul Gauguin,Henri Toulouse. Lautrec and Paul Signac. During this period in Paris, Van Gogh was influenced by Impressionism and Japanes prints. He met Pisarro, Cezanne and Saurat : Serat wanted to move away from broad brushstrokes of the Impresionist Artist developing the technique of pointillism : the use of dots or small strokes of contrasting colours to create subtle light changes. Artist in Provence -Arles : ( ) In this time he painted this famous work: the night skies, landscapes portraits and the interior and exterior of the house where he lived. Now it is surreal style called symbolism. Gauguin spends three mounths in Van Gogh house. When Gauguin left Van Gogh cut off his left ear lobe in a mad rage. Saint Remy : He lived in asylium near Saint Remy. There he painted many works: the most famous is Starry Night. Auvers-sur-Oise: At Dott. Gachet's house he painted the Portrait of Dott. Gachet, 1890, and it was sold in He shot himself on July.

11 Van Gogh spent his early adult life working for a firm of art dealers. The central figure in Van Gogh's life was his brother Theo, who continually and selflessly provided financial support. After this he suffered recurrent bouts of mental illness, which led to his suicide.

12 Starry night was painted while Vincent was in the asylum at Saint-Rèmy. It was painted from memory and not outdoors as was Vincent's preference. The setting is dark but the moon ad the stars are bright. The sky was painted with brushstrokes and is represented with swirls and spirals. The colours he used are orange, yellow, green, purple and white. The lines are very thick. The shapes are curved. Van Gogh said, it is good to love many things, for therein lies strength and what is done with love is well done. Starry Night

13 The Potato Eaters The Potato Eaters is a painting by the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh that he painted in April 1885 while in Nuenen, Netherlands. During March and the beginning of April 1885 he sketched studies for the painting and corresponded with his brother, who was not impressed with his current work or the sketches van Gogh sent him. He worked on the painting from April 13 until the beginning of May, when it was mostly done except for minor changes which he made with a small brush later the same year.

14 This painting rapresents Van Gogh's bedroom. The colours are bright. He doesen't use the conventional perspective. He use's the colours thick and pasty, sometimes squeezing the tube directly on canvas. The walls are pale violet. The floor is red titles. The wood of the bed and chairs is the yellow of fresh butter, the sheets and pillows very li greenish-citroon. The coverlet scarlet.The windows green.The toilet table orange, the basin blue. The doors lilac The Bedroom

15 The Sunflowers There are pieces of artwork drifting through galleries around the world that have become nearly synonymous with the artists name and techniques.

16 It is one of the last paintings by Van Gogh before his suicide. The ravens and paths are symbolic: the flight leaves no doubt that is a bad or a good omen, depending on how he 's observer, while the three paths represent a state of confusion in the minds of 'artist. The strokes go in different directions and are very bodied. Wheat field with crows

17 At the Mart, the Museum in Rovereto: Impressionists and post-Impressionists Third classes A,B,F at works

18 SITOGRAFIA Water-Lily Pond, Claude Monet 1899,

19 3°f Belem Jonathan Butuc Vitalie Castellani Anna DAlesio Francesca De Carli Andrea Galetti Barbara Girardi Giorgia Idrizi Besarta Kajkus Giulia Marassi Carolina Modena Davide Pachera Laura Penini Andrea Romagnoli Sabrina Van den Berg Daniel Venturini Federico Viviai Anna Zanini Andrea Zeni Giorgia 3°B Agos Gaia Andreoni Romina Arentatska Yevheniya Azzali Flavio Bertoldi Nicole Bongiovanni Federico Brignoli Fabricio Zeus Carletti Giulia Castagna Valentina Cecchinato Tommaso De Vechi Veronica Gaburro Erika Girardelli Manuel Pachera Sara Stanzial Michele Tartarotti Enrico Vantini Elisabetta Veronesi Augusto Viola Michela The Students 3°A Ballarini Serena Bertoldi Arianna Bonomini Ivan Budic Ivona Casagrande SartoriJoao Paulo Costa Francesco Diana Sara Filippi Alessandro Gualddi Vittoria Marai Elisa Marcos Fernandes Rayssa Piger Giovanni Ronconi Raphael Sartori Martina Terrin Manuel Tessari Giorgia The teachers Donati Lauretta Frasconà Linda La Forgia Maddalena Diversi Daniela Rossi Ilaria Lonardoni Emanuele

20 GESTIONE DELLA LEZIONE IN COMPRESENZA ATTIVITA LAVORI DI GRUPPO Le attività sono state: difficili alla tua portata troppo facili Le consegne sono state: chiare e precise poco chiare ambigue I tempi sono stati: adeguati troppo lunghi brevi gli interventi dei T1 e T2 sono stati utili poco utili Luso della L1 e L2 è stato: equilibrato alle necessità troppo in L2 troppo in L1 L organizzazione dei gruppi: equilibrata poco equilibrata omogenea In che misura è stato interessante il lavoro con i tuoi compagni? Molto Abbastanza Poco Hai avuto la possibilità di parlare in L2 nel lavoro ? Sempre Qualche volta Nessuna Come hai interagito con il gruppo? Con tutti Solo con uno Con nessun PROGETTO CLIL – QUESTIONARIO DI VALUTAZIONE PER MONITORARE LA SODDI- SFAZIONE E IL GRADO DI COINVOLGIMENTO DEGLI ALUNNI CLASSE: DISCIPLINE COINVOLTE: DATA: DOMANDE APERTE Nelle varie attività: Ho trovato difficile:______________________________________________________________________ Ho trovato facile________________________________________________________________________ Quando ho trovato difficoltà ho provato a___________________________________________________ DOMANDE APERTE Nelle varie attività: Ho trovato difficile:_______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ Ho trovato facile__________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ Quando ho trovato difficoltà ho provato a___________________________________________________ Trovi le domande fatte per la produzione orale congruenti con le esercitazioni fatte in classe?________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________

21 CLIL ART AND ENGLISH Van Goghs Show LIFE 1)When and where was he born? 2)Which are the most important artist of Impressionism? 3)Where does he know Impressionism? And where does he get friendship with Gauguin? 4)Where and why did he cut his ear? 5)Who is his confident? 6)How was his health in the last period of his life? 7)Where and how does he die? ARTISTIC PERIOD 1)Where and when did Impressionism develop? 2)Who are the most important artists of Impressionism? 3)Why was this artistic period called Impressionism? 4)What did the artists of this period reject? 5)What does en plain air tecnique mean? 6)Where was the first show of Impressionism held? 7)Which period begins at the end of Impressionism? 8)What is Puntinism? 9)What is Divisionism? Water Lillies And Branches From A Willow Tree - Claude Monet

22 TECHNIQUE 1)Which technique does Van Gogh use for his studies about the human body? 2)How is the tone of paintings of his first period? 3)Hich are the changes in colours and in subject in his paintings after he met Impressionism in Paris? 4)How are the paintings made in Arles? 5)How are Van Goghs paintings after his stay in Saint.Remy? WORKS 1)What do Van Goghs first drowings represent? 2)Which of Van Goghs paintings would you like to describe? -Potato eaters -Sunflowers -The Bedroom -Starry Night -Wheat field with crows Waterlilypond 1826 Claude Monet

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