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Title: Light in Science and Art
Authors: Palla, Eugenia E.
Kalogerakou, Cleopatra
Keywords: Visual Arts Education;Physics
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: INCLUDE
Description: An educational scenario in which students will learn about the nature of light and shadow and how this phenomenon is important for our visual perception of the world. The scenario presents how light and shadow are used in art and especially drawing, to represent space and volume in a realistic way. Students will get acquainted to older theories on the nature of light and will understand the interdependence of science and art. They will learn basic shadow drawing methods and will try to create their own three dimensional drawings.
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Light in Science and Art.pptxPowerPoint Presentation8.9 MBMicrosoft Powerpoint XMLView/Open
Script Light in Science and Art.docxEducational Scenario Script175.77 kBMicrosoft Word XMLView/Open
Glossary.docxGlossary on Light in Science and Art14.11 kBMicrosoft Word XMLView/Open
Initial Questions-Padlet.docxQuestions on the nature of light, to be answered on the Padlet13.68 kBMicrosoft Word XMLView/Open
Questions 1.docxQuestions 1-Shadows13.78 kBMicrosoft Word XMLView/Open
Light & Colour_Worksheet I.htmlWorksheet for the 2nd T.P.72.81 kBHTMLView/Open
Worksheet 2_ Newton’s Light Spectrum Experiment.htmlWorksheet 2, on Isaac Newton's experiment72.39 kBHTMLView/Open
Links.docxLinks to the leson's padlet, videos and assessment16.76 kBMicrosoft Word XMLView/Open

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