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Ekphrastic Poetry in ESL/EFL– Poems inspired by visual arts

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Art & English: Jackson Pollock in ESL/EFL

ESL DRAMA IDEAS (SOURCE: esldrama.weebly.com)

ESL/EFL Ideas For Drama in the Classroom

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If you were not born in the country you were, what would your life be like?

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Positive Personality Characteristics: Micrographic Thumbprints

What’s On Your Mind Craftivity

Combine Art and Writing

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Thought Questions: A question that makes you think is worth asking…

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Photos of the Week: Brian Sokol’s ‘The Most Important Thing’

Norman Rockwell's Photographic Eye - VIEW MORE PHOTOS & PAINTINGS (SOURCE: npr.org)

Norman Rockwell’s Photo Realism: Photo vs Painting

How Do You Feel About Art?

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Tarkovski on Arts, Solitude and Life

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Making a Doodle Video with your Class

Micah Albert, USA, Redux Images, 1st Prize Contemporary Issues Single. Taken on 03 April 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. Pausing in the rain, a woman working as a trash picker at the 30-acre dump, which literally spills into households of one million people living in nearby slums, wishes she had more time to look at the books she comes across. She even likes the industrial parts catalogs. “It gives me something else to do in the day besides picking [trash],” she said.

Photo of the Week-1st Prize Contemporary Issues Single

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At the foot of Escalier Casse-Cou (Breakneck Steps) and along one of the oldest streets in North America, is Fresque du Petit Champlain, a trompe l'oeil depicting milestones in the history of Cap-Blanc, Quebec City's working-class waterfront neighbourhood, from the beginnings of New France until the present day. CLICK TO ENLARGE

Photo of the Week: Neptune Inn

A low aerial photograph of Stonehenge, from the south; the outer bank and ditch can clearly be seen. (James Davies 2006)
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Video lesson – Stonehenge

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Art: Barbed Wire and Galvanized Wire Sculptures

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Photo of the Week: Boy in ruins

© LUCY ASHJIAN, CA. 1935-36, CHILD HANGING BABY CLOTHES ON CLOTHESLINE

Photos of the Week: Children 1935-1939

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Size Wall Posters for classroom or personal use

A Somali refugee girl sits perched on a tree in Ifo camp, Dadaab in Kenya  Photo by Brendan Bannon (SOURCE: boston.com)

Photos of the Week: Dadaab refugee camp

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Photo of the Week: Harvest

By Smug in Glasgow, Scotland.

Photo of the Week: Street Art, Scotland

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Art + Botany: Living Sculptures

SOURCE: mezzaluna.me

Photo of the Week: No dog biscuits today