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Pat Kough 2009 WHAT WE WILL REVIEW Cardinal and ordinal numbers How suffixes change words Regular and irregular comparatives /ō/ spellings “o” and “o_e”
Pat Kough 2009 Find the comparative word. Find the ordinal number. Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century.
Pat Kough 2009 Find the words with suffixes. It became much more colorful and flatter looking. The thing that made Picasso such a great artist was his originality.
Pat Kough 2009 Find the words with the /ō/ and identify the spelling. Most shoes will get old and worn over time.
Pat Kough 2009 WHAT WE REVIEWED Cardinal and ordinal numbers How suffixes change words Regular and irregular comparatives /ō/ spellings “o” and “o_e”
Pat Kough 2009 encouraged: urged on; gave hope or confidence to style: a way of doing something controversial : something causing a disagreement or argument monuments : buildings, statues, or special structures that are made to honor a person or event originality : ability to create something new, unusual, or different scenery : painted scenes or hangings on a theater stage
Pat Kough 2009 Encouraged To urge on; give hope or confidence to someone Antonym: dampen, deflate, discourage Synonym: excite, rouse, energize Part of Speech: verb
Pat Kough 2009 Style A way of doing something Antonym: dullness, tasteless Synonym: elegance, fad, flair Part of Speech: noun
Pat Kough 2009 Controversial Causing a disagreement, argument, or public dispute Antonym: agreeable, indisputable Synonym: questionable, uncertain Part of Speech: adjective
Pat Kough 2009 Monument A building, statue, or special structure that honors a person or event Synonym: masterpiece, tribute, statue Part of Speech: noun
Pat Kough 2009 Originality The ability to create something new, unusual, or different Antonym: staleness, repeated Synonym: imagination, novelty, innovation Part of Speech: noun
Pat Kough 2009 Scenery A painted scene or hanging on a theatre stage Antonym: emptiness, blackness Synonym: landscape, setting, décor Part of Speech: noun
Pat Kough 2009 Cubism A period of ART developed in Paris in the early 20th century - during natural forms into abstract using geometric structures. Synonym: abstract, geometric structures Part of Speech: noun
Pat Kough 2009 Match vocabulary words with definitions Encourage Style Controversial Monument Originality A way of doing something B causes disagreement C feel you can do it D new & unusual E statue to honor –Something or someone
Pat Kough 2009 Compare and Contrast We compare and contrast things to tell how they are alike and how they are different. Use your two column graphic organizer to compare and contrast The Blue Period and The Rose Period.
Pat Kough 2009 Compare and Contrast The Blue Period His best friend died. He felt alone and sad. None of his paintings were selling. He was almost starving to death. His paintings had a lot of blue in them. The Rose Period He fell in love with Fernande. He painted with happier colors. He painted happier things. He painted clowns and their animals.
Pat Kough 2009 Compare and Contrast Three Cubism Paintings We will compare these three cubism paintings to show how Picasso’s cubism changed over time. Note that as time went on his paintings were flatter and more colorful.
Pat Kough 2009 Portrait of D.H. Kahnweiler 1910 soft colors small shapes lots of shapes neutral subject – this means a subject that does not cause a lot of emotion
Pat Kough 2009 Three Musicians 1921 soft and bright colors biggest shapes happy subject
Pat Kough 2009 Two Paintings of Jaime Sabartes Picasso Painting Imaginative Eyes, nose, mouth in unusual placement Emphasis on curves Dobson Painting Realistic Details in realistic placement Emphasis on realistic curves and angles
Pat Kough 2009 Comprehension How did Picasso use his imagination in his work? –He looked at the world in new and exciting ways. –He painted people and scenes broken up into flat cubes. –He used blue to show sadness and rose to show happiness.
Pat Kough 2009 Comprehension What did Picasso’s different styles of painting show you about this famous artist? He was creating different ways of working throughout his life. He didn’t keep doing things the same way.
Pat Kough 2009 Comprehension What are some important differences between Picasso’s work during his Blue and Rose Periods? During his Blue Period Picasso felt sad, so he used the color blue to paint. During his Rose Period, he felt happier and he used happier colors.
Pat Kough 2009 Student Discussion Working in groups students will answer the questions on the Discussion Worksheet.
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