NANTAI NVERSTE S READING SKILLS I1 W E E K 1 2 : PA B L O P I C A S S O Mhendislik Mimarlk Fakltesi mmf.nisantasi.edu.tr TES NANTAI NVERS PRE-READING WARM-UP QUESTIONS:
WATCH THE VIDEO, AND THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW: 1. Who is the person in the picture and video? 2. What country is this person from? 3. Why is this person famous? NANTAI NVERSTES VOCABULARY PREVIEW: MATCH THE WORDS ON THE LEFT WITH THE CORRECT MEANINGS ON THE RIGHT. a. Sculpture (n) _______________________ 1. representing an idea, not realistic
2. a teacher at a post-secondary school (college or university b. Collage (n) _______________________ c. Museum (n) _______________________ 3. having straight lines and shapes such as squares, circles, and triangles 4. a building or space for visitors to look at art and artifacts d. Professor (n)
_______________________ 5. looking the same or similar in real life. e. Portrait (n) _______________________ 6. artwork that combines different materials f. _______________________ Abstract (adj)
g. Geometric (adj) _______________________ and images in one piece 7. a drawing or painting of a person. 8. artwork carved from material such as stone, wood, or h. Realistic (adj) _______________________ metal. NANTAI NVERSTES ABOUT PABLO PICASSO
1. Pablo Picasso was a twentieth-century artist from Spain. He was famous for his paintings, sculptures, and collages. 2. Picassos father worked in a museum and was an art professor. He taught Picasso about art and sent him to a fine arts school. Picasso didnt like art school. But he loved to draw and paint. 3. In 1901, Picasso moved to Paris to paint. At first, he painted many sad portraits with blue and green paint. This was his Blue Period (1901-1904). Then he met a group of artists and performers. He made happier paintings with red, pink, and brown paint. 4. This was his Rose Period (1904-1906). 5. After that, Picasso worked with and artist named Georges Braque (1907-1912). They invented an abstract art form called cubism. They painted people, animals, and objects with geometric shapes. Their painting didnt look realistic, but many art collects liked the new style. 6. For the next 50 years, Picasso experimented with many art forms and styles. His anti-war painting, Guernica, his most famous piece. Picasso died in 1973 at the age of 91. His artwork is in museums all over the world. NANTAI NVERSTES
WRITING ABOUT ME Finish the About Me sentences. Use your own personal information. 1. Pablo Picasso was born in Spain. I was ______________________________________________ . 2. As a child, Picasso loved to draw and look at art. As a child, I loved to _________________________________ . 3. As a teenager, Picasso attended a fine arts school. As a teenager, I _______________________________________ . 4. Picasso made different kinds of art, such as paintings, sculptures, and collages. My favorite kind of art is _______________________________ .
NANTAI NVERSTES COMPREHENSION TRUE OR FALSE? Read the statements below. If the statement is true, write T beside the sentence. If it is false write F and correct the information. 1. ______ Picasso was born in pairs. 2. ______ Picassos father was an artist. 3. ______ Picasso used blue and green paint during his Blue Period. 4. ______ Picasso used mainly pink and blue paint during his Rose period. 5. ______ Picasso worked at a museum in Paris. NANTAI NVERSTES FORMING QUESTIONS
Work with a partner. Here are the answers. What are the questions? 1. ___________________________________________________ . Pablo Picassos father worked at a school and at a museum. 2. ___________________________________________________ During his rose Period, Picasso used red, pink and brown in his paintings 3. ___________________________________________________ Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque invented cubism. 4. ___________________________________________________ Pablo Picasso made man kinds of art such as paintings, sculptures, and collages. NANTAI NVERSTES VOCABULARY SPOT THE SYNONYMS Do these pairs have similar meanings or not? Write YES besides the
synonyms. And Write NO besides the pairs that are not synonyms. 1. ________ abstract/ realistic 2. ________ portrait/landscape 3. ________ sculpt/carve 4. ________ collect/gather 5. ________ square/circle 6. ________ invent/make NANTAI NVERSTES COMPLETE THE SENTENCES Complete the sentences using vocabulary from page 1. You may need to charge the word forms. 1. Lets go to the __________________and look at the Picasso collection. 2. I dont like_______________ art. I prefer realistic landscapes and portraits. 3. Picassos father was a ______________at a fine arts school.
4. A ruler helps you draw _________shapes. 5. Lets make a ____________. Well use magazine pictures, paint, and colored paper. NANTAI NVERSTES SPOTTING A PICASSO Can you spot a Picasso? Here are four things to look for. 1. A blue and green portrait of sad or lonely person. ( from the blue period) 2. A portrait of a performer with red, brown, and flesh colored paint. ( from the rose period) 3. A painting of a person or object made with geometric shapes, not realistic curves. (cubism) 4. A portrait with bright colors. (Most of Picassos paintings are of people or animals. He didnt paint many landscapes.)
Now look at the images of Picasso paintings. Can you find these features? Which paintings belong to him? NANTAI NVERSTES PICASSO PAINTINGS NANTAI NVERSTES REFERENCES Copyright 2015, Red River Press Inc. for use by members of ESL library in accordance with membership terms. NANTAI NVERSTES
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