ARTLEM FINAL (SUNIO)
  • 1. The teacher asking the students about what they see and eventually culminate in A comprehensive form of art criticism which can be used in any order. What appreciation practices it is?
A) The Felman approach
B) Art approach
C) Feelman approach
  • 2. Who is the director of visual thinking strategies said that this approach teaches students how to observe closely?
A) Mitsumi
B) Amy Gulden
C) Yenawine
D) Nathaniel
  • 3. Used to identify visuals elements that can be perceived through sensory contact with the work.
A) Expressive properties
B) Sensory properties
C) Technical properties
D) Formal properties
  • 4. The ability to find meaning in an imagery ( yenawine 1997).
A) Visuals strategies
B) Visual thinking
C) Literacy
D) Visual literacy
  • 5. Who said " Art is one life richest offerings. For those who not the talent to create , there is appreciation.
A) Douglas
B) Hetland et Al
C) Dobbs west
D) Nathaniel west
  • 6. . is a research-based teaching method used in preschool and elementary classes for appreciating art
A) Visual literacy
B) Visual Communication
C) The Visual Thinking Strategies
  • 7. it is inevitable that sometimes we are presented with a work that does not fit our taste.
A) Comment on the effort given by the child
B) Always start with a positive statement
C) Turn negative comments and critiques as suggestions that are optional
D) When in doubt, ask first then listen
  • 8. children can be very sensitive when it comes to their work. This is the stage in Erik Erikson’s theory wherein they develop will, purpose, and competence.
A) When in doubt, ask first then listen
B) Turn negative comments and critiques as suggestions that are optional
C) Always start with a positive statement
D) Comment on the effort given by the child
  • 9. Students’ thinking and understanding become evident when teachers listen closely to them talking about their work (Douglas and Jaquith 2018)
A) Comment on the effort given by the child
B) When in doubt, ask first then listen
C) Turn negative comments and critiques as suggestions that are optional
D) Always start with a positive statement
  • 10. A child’s effort in the process of creating should always be taken into account when giving remarks or judging an artwork.
A) Comment on the effort given by the child
B) Turn negative comments and critiques as suggestions that are optional
C) When in doubt, ask first then listen
D) Always start with a positive statemen
  • 11. Teachers and students should practice how to give comments and criticism with respect in the art room. It can be through pair-share, small group sharing, or show-and-tell.
A) Talking Prompts
B) Interpretation and Reflection
C) Giving a value and Remarks
  • 12. Who developed this method to describe the four properties and qualities of a work of art.
A) Mitsumi and Broudy
B) Amy and Greer
C) Broudy and Greer
  • 13. refers to how the elements are organized. This can be the principles of design but during this part, students can just say what they see.
A) Technical properties
B) Expressive properties
C) Sensory properties
D) Formal properties
  • 14. This includes media (crayons, watercolor, craft paper) and methods (printing, drawing, sketching, coloring or folding).
A) Sensory properties
B) Technical properties
C) . Formal properties
D) Expressive properties
  • 15. his includes mood language (sad or happy), dynamic language (calm, chaotic, energetic), idea language (symbols, values, social concepts, etc.
A) Technical properties
B) Sensory properties
C) Expressive properties
D) Formal properties
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