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CES students critique artwork

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently learned how to critique artwork.

 

In Adrienne Hash’s class, students recently drew a still life of a pencil cup filled with colored pencils.

 

Hash told students that artists are sometimes asked to review other artwork, and that is called a peer review or critique.

 

Students were given a still life created by one of their classmates to study and then review.

 

The students wrote what they like about the artwork and how it makes them feel.

 

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash talks to first-graders Adriana Agent, at left, and Enoch Smith about how to write a peer review of their classmates’ artwork.

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash talks to first-graders Adriana Agent, at left, and Enoch Smith about how to write a peer review of their classmates’ artwork.

 

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash talks to first-grader Sarah Parrott about how to write a peer review of her classmate’s artwork.

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash talks to first-grader Sarah Parrott about how to write a peer review of her classmate’s artwork.

 

CES first-graders Logan Weddle, at left, and Kierra Maupin write peer reviews of their classmates’ artwork.

CES first-graders Logan Weddle, at left, and Kierra Maupin write peer reviews of their classmates’ artwork.

 

CES first-graders Seeley Whitaker, at left, and Parker Hamilton talk about their classmates’ artwork.

CES first-graders Seeley Whitaker, at left, and Parker Hamilton talk about their classmates’ artwork.

 

CES first-grader Navon Copeland writes a peer art review.

CES first-grader Navon Copeland writes a peer art review.

 

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps first-grader Seeley Whitaker write his art review.

CES art teacher Adrienne Hash helps first-grader Seeley Whitaker write his art review.





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