Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education (MAE)
Art and Design
Dr. Melanie Davenport
Dr. Melody Milbrandt
Dr. Kevin Hsieh
The research conducted in this thesis is centered on the ESOL Hispanic student population, in the art classroom in Georgia. The information contained in this paper is meant to serve as a guide and resource for art educators with high populations of ESOL students in their classrooms. A review of current ESOL best practices in several content areas is included. Based on the research, guidelines and suggestions for accommodating these learners in the art room were developed, as well as a sample unit that includes three lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations and assessment rubrics.
Netto, Amelia M., "ESOL Students in the Art Room: An Art Educator's Resource Guide" (2012). Art and Design Theses. Paper 100.