Elementary/Primary School (Age 5-11)
Children will look closely at an image by Irish artist Chris Judge that presents 195 children, one from each country in the world. They will be encouraged to learn a little bit more about some of these countries and the lives of the children who live there and, in doing so, be exposed to the wonderful diversity of young people around the world.
This resource is reproduced with kind persmission from the Glucksman gallery in Cork, Ireland. For more activities visit the Glucksman’s Creativities at Home online resources.
By the end of this lesson the participants/s will be able to:
– Look carefully at an image and observes content and physical details
– Describes pictorial, graphic, and aesthetic elements of an image (e.g., color, composition, line, shape, contrast, repetition, style)
– Participates in discussions about images, linking to social and cultural characteristics
– Experiments with image-production tools and technologies
Paper, cardboard, colouring pencils or markers, pencil, string, world map or globe
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