This art annotation bookmark is a great way to introduce annotation to a class and can remain in students’ sketchbooks as a handy reminder. Also included in this download is a list of examples for each prompt on the bookmark, so that you can run through ideas with your students when you first give them the bookmark.
English departments have had literacy bookmarks for ages, it’s time the art department got in on the act!
There are lots of art literacy resources on The Arty Teacher.
I am going to use these to teach kids how to annotate text. I have found that once kids get to draw and create that they internalize the lesson because it is visual. As a former art teacher I have incorporated art into my lessons and find that my students are more likely to retain it. I plan on using these as a jumping off point to begin a lesson on annotation and essay writing.
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