The annotated Teacher's Edition of Experience Printmaking provides a full-size student page and is designed to help art educators tailor instruction to the individual needs of their classroom and students. Comprehensive, point-of-use support includes teaching tips, learning strategies, and background notes. Easily identifiable icons and descriptive headings help teachers quickly select those features that meet their teaching needs. The Teacher's Edition is a valuable resource for the printmaking classroom, and includes the following point-of-use features:
Art Criticism - Discussion Prompts and questions encourage students to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge works of art.
Interdisciplinary Connections - Integrate the arts across the curriculum with engaging teaching strategies and research assignments.
National Standards - See how chapter objectives and lesson content correlate to the National Visual Arts Standards.
Special Needs/Gifted and Talented - Supplemental strategies for helping special learners master the basics and to challenge motivated and accomplished students.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What Is Printmaking?
Chapter 2: The Art of Printmaking
Chapter 3: Basic Relief
Chapter 4: Color in Relief
Chapter 5: Intaglio
Chapter 6: Lithography
Chapter 7: Monotype
Chapter 8: Silkscreen
Chapter 9: Mixed Methods and New Directions