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Lesson Plan Contest Best Teaching Practices in CLIL Show & Tell

Quilling art

Sun, Dec 5, 15:15-15:30 Asia/Taipei Room B (Google Meet)

In this project, I cover four domains, namely, art practice and performance, appreciation, language and semiotics, which could be adapted to the 4Cs framework of CLIL. Besides, I also relate the learning objectives to 6 Levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, marked the ability of level in the lesson plan below. In the beginning of the class, students will be inspired by the brief quilling art history, and become aware of its similarity of Art Nouveau. Later, they will start with rolling a strip of paper into a coil and pinching the coil into shapes that can be glued together. By repeating the basic quilling skills and making coils of different shapes, students are able to strengthen the paper quilling ability and eventually create a quilled design. I expect students to make good use of the elements of beauty to create their unique quilling art pieces. When art works are completed, through the class exhibition and the demonstration of the masterpieces of two modern quilling artists, student will be able to appreciate the art created not only by them, but by others. They will also recognize more applied art forms transferred from quilling art in our daily life, such as jewelry and furniture designs. This way, students will know more possibilities of quilling art.

  • 蔡杏慧 Tsai, Shinq-Huey

    MFA/Painting&drawing degree from State University of New York at New Paltz in 2010. Currently works at Taipei City Song Shan Elementary School.