Use this inspiring video from makoccino on YouTube to help your learners understand what making art is and what it means to artists. It makes clear that seeing only flaws, crudities, mistakes and being unsatisfied with your work are only some of the things an artist has to deal with every day. Will your learners then feel more able to express their art?
(image taken from the makoccino video on YouTube.com)
This set of activities (from Jodie Gearing on the tes.com website) will help your learners understand more about the life of Monet, the Impressionist painter whose birthday is celebrated on 14 November, and also about other Impressionist artists. In addition, they will find out what the features of Impressionism were and what techniques they used to make their art. Finally, challenge your learners to make their own Impressionist art.
(image taken from the resource bank on the tes.com website)
This video from the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations will help to introduce World Food Day (16 October) to your learners and show them what they can do to contribute to a world without hunger by 2030.
(image taken from the fao.org website on YouTube.com)
This Activity Book by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations has plenty of activities to help your learners understand food sustainability and how to achieve zero hunger in the world by 2030. It even has a poster competition to help celebrate World Food Day (16 October).
(image taken from the Zero Hunger Activity Book on the fao.org website)