Virtual Field Trip Planner
Part 1: Which standards or strands
of your curriculum can be met by guiding your students on a virtual field trip? List all the possibilities—you will
narrow your list later.
Visual and Performing Arts Standards
Understanding the Visual Arts in Relation to History and Cultures
A. Identify specific artworks and styles as belonging to particular artists,
cultures, periods, and places.
B. Identify a variety of artworks, artists, and visual arts materials that exist in
C. Describe how history, culture, and the visual arts can influence one another
Part 2: Where would you like to take your students? Review your list of standards and
pick a destination that would most engage your students.
would like to take my students on a trip to Jonathan Greene’s Studio.
Part 3: Which standards or curriculum strands will a virtual field trip to this destination
allow you to address? Copy and paste the appropriate standards from Part 1 of this Planner to the space below. Note: Identifying the standards you want to address will help you design the activities or "stops" on the trip. You will finalize your list of standards when you complete your design for a virtual
This field trip will address:
SC Visual and Performing Arts Standards
IV. Understanding the Visual Arts in Relation to History and Cultures
A. Identify specific artworks and styles as belonging to particular
artists, cultures, periods, and places.
( Jonathan Green and Gullah culture)
B. Identify a variety of artworks,
artists, and visual arts materials that exist in South Carolina.
Green’s artwork created in SC)
how history, culture, and the visual arts can influence one another
(Show how Jonathan Greens artwork has affected ballet and other areas in SC culture)
Part 4: List any websites that seem like they would be good "stops" or activities for
the trip. Jot down any ideas you have for activities.
Possible website links:
Visit studio, biography of J. Green, Gullah Culture, maps of the Gullah section of SC, J. Green’s
Classroom project for after VFT:
Choose your favorite J. Green picture, and create your own version of it.
Part 5: Search for and list any additional websites that you want to incorporate into
your virtual field trip. Outline how you plan to use each of these websites on your virtual trip.
How do you make a painting? –
I will use this link to show the students how to make a painting for when they complete the VFT.
His life /studio /education / etc -http://www.knowitall.org/artopia/painting/artist/jgreen/index.html
This site will be used to show his life, paintings, education, and other things
I want to link my virtual fieldtrip to a musical VFT to show some of the Gullah Culture.
Off the Wall and Onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green
I want to use this link to show how J. Green’s work has affected other cultural areas.
Part 6: Describe how you plan to assess student performance
on your virtual field trip.
Students will write 2 paragraphs about Jonathan Green, and will draw and paint a picture that
shows their reaction to his artwork.
On a piece of notebook tell me about Jonathan Green’s life, education and artwork.
Did you like his artwork? Why or why not?
(Please write at least 2 paragraphs – one about his life/education and one about his artwork.)
When you finish, get a 12”x18” piece of manilla paper from the counter, and draw a
picture that shows what you felt when you looked at Jonathan Green’s artwork. After you finish the drawing, you may
use your watercolors to paint the picture.