Masks

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Choose your subject



A mammal



A person you know



Greek God



Current Pop Culture figure



Choose your country


Choose at least one thing extra to include (more than one can be chosen) Can be the actual object or painted on.



Choose a writing option



Choose your medium (more than one can be chosen) This is a 3-dimensional project.



Mexico



Craft store items



Hat



Write a funny story about your mask



Japan



Outdoor items (leaves, sticks, etc.)



Beads



Write a poem about your mask



China



Wire



Eye glasses



Write a paragraph of how you created your mask



India



Found objects around your home



Bugs



Write an interesting  ad to sell your mask online



Egypt



Fabric



Historical figure from the past



Feathers



Write a text conversation between your mask subject and you

Mask RAFT project:

1. Complete the Google Doc "Mask Worksheet".  Hand it into Google Classroom when it is filled out.

2. Create a rough sketch of your mask based upon your choices.  Photograph and attach to the Google Doc "Mask Rough Sketch".

3. Create your 3D mask using the materials you chose on the RAFT.

4. When done the mask, photograph it and turn into Google Classroom on the Google Doc: "Mask Final Art".

5. Attach your writing to the Google Doc "Mask Writing".

Review all the information about masks.

Assignment directions are in the orange boxes.



Africa



You find something to use not on this choice board



An imaginary subject



Teeth

Write a story of your mask being unearthed in an archeological dig you are in charge of. (Similar to when dinosaur bones are discovered.)



A reptile



Inuit Arctic Regions






Wings


Write a magazine article describing your mask and any symbolism/design elements on your mask.



South/North America



Recycled materials



Plaster/paper mache



A dinosaur



Something sparkly


A museum wants to display your mask, create an art description of your mask including the purpose of the mask.



Australia



Rocks & sand





Your own idea of a subject (approved by the teacher).



Your own idea of an "extra"



Your own idea of what to write (approved by the teacher).