Art Classroom Observation Report

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When learning that I was going to be taking an art class this semester, I instantly became nervous. I always liked art, but I am not very good at it. It was nerve-racking because I have not been in an art class since 6th grade. This is because we had the choice between art and band, and I loved being in the band. My 6th grade art teacher was not very supportive and if the art was not up to her standards she would give you a bad grade, or make you redo it. Thinking back I could not recall a time where I was told good job or anything or that nature. My friends and I would all dreaded going to art. So my attitude about art was that it was fun and relaxing, but an art class was scary and dreadful due to my past experiences. I remember walking in to art the first day. I was dreadful and scared that I would end of failing and have to take it over. However, when we started class I heard something that made me happy. “You will be graded on participation.” That made my day and I was no longer dreadful for art class, I was actually excited to go in every Monday and do the activities and improve my artistic ability …show more content…
This is because art involves more creativity and does not have a right or a wrong answer. Creating an art lesson is also very different. This is because I had to look up art standards and each lesson had more steps and materials. When creating art lessons you had to come up with creativity ideas to get the supplies that you needed in the classroom. At first when I was writing my first lesson I was stressed because I have never done one, but as I started and went through it, it was actually fairly easy and just like other lessons, just more detail and standards. I feel that teaching art lessons are more entertaining, and the students get more involved. Students seem to really enjoy lessons, and I hope that in the future I will be able to expand my knowledge on art and teach more

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