Drawing Nature

Drawing Nature

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  • Ms.Veloz displays pictures of wildlife animals and other animals to her students. She asks "Have any of you ever seen wildlife animals in painting?" and "why are these animals part of science?". 
  • After a minute of letting them think, she lets them discuss as a class. Minutes pass, and Ms. Veloz decides to give them drawing materials for them to draw outside and record what they see. 
  • Outside, she tells them to each choose one animal or insect and to observe it for a while.To close their eyes and imagine the body outline of their animal/insect against the sky. After doing so, for them to try their best and to draw their animal/insect. 
  • Inside the class, she makes each student show what animal they drew. Afterwards, the class comes up with two reasons on why they think that wildlife animals/other animals are inspirations to humans when it comes to art and science.  Ms.Veloz proceeds to tell them the importance of these animals to society and their value as sources.
  • Ms. Veloz continues her lesson and goes into how aquatic wildlife are also important. She plans to take them to an aquarium where she will have each student chose one animal and draw a feature of their animal and investigate it; using the visual techniques they had already used.
  •  The following day, Ms. Veloz gives her class a scenario: a group of people are talking about how some animals are endangered and about to go extinct. She tells her students to decide what to draw to help or go against the protection of these animals.  Lastly, she says "What would you do (as the student)?".
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