Book Creator

3: That´s me! Germany

by Wibke Levens

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Die „Galerie der Identitäten“:

Eine Auseinandersetzung mit dem eigenen Ich in künstlerischer Form

Am Do 4. & Fr. 5. Juni 2020 sollte das internationale Erasmus-Lehrerteam aller beteiligten Schulen zu Gast an der Erlichschule sein. Wir wollten ihnen dann unsere Ideen vorstellen, wie die 3. gemeinsame Aufgabe zum Thema „Identität & Kreativität“ an allen anderen Schulen nach diesem Treffen umgesetzt werden kann. Dazu haben alle beteiligten Klassen der Schule in den vergangenen Monaten gemeinsam die „Galerie der Identitäten“ zum Leben erweckt. JedeR SchülerIn war dort mit einem eigenen Werk (und einem erklärenden Text, wie das Werk entstanden ist) vertreten und ist es jetzt in diesem Buch.

Darum geht es:
Ein Selfie, das nicht nur mein Äußeres zeigt…! -

Das bin ich! Das kann ich! Das macht mich besonders!“

→ Auseinandersetzung mit der eigenen Identität & Individualität
→ Stärkung von Selbstbewusstsein, Selbstwert & Selbstvertrauen
→ Förderung von und Spaß an Kreativität: Eigene Ideen entwickeln, ausprobieren, reflektieren;
sich selbst ausdrücken; den eigenen Ausdruck finden
Kommunikation mit Mitmenschen & Erfahrung:
Gut und wichtig, dass jedeR verschieden & besonders & wertvoll ist!
→ Wichtig für Gemeinschaft, sich auszutauschen, um sich gut zu kennen und wahrgenommen zu fühlen, um auf spezielle Bedürfnisse eingehen zu können, damit es allen gut geht!

Im Selbstportrait / Selfie kann ich mich so darstellen, wie ich binoder jemand werden, der ich gern wäre!

Auf der äußerlichen Ebene eines Bildes heißt das: Mein Körper, meine Kleidung, Frisur, mein Make-Up – ich kann alles ausprobieren, ohne mich tatsächlich verändern zu müssen!

Die Art der Darstellung kann aber auch viel über das Innenleben erzählen.

Künstler stellen sich oft mit den Gegenständen dar, die ihnen besonders wichtig sind, sog. Insignienwelche Gegenstände wären das bei mir?

Mit dem eigenen Gesichtsausdruck und Farben kann man gut darstellen, wie es einem geht (z.B. rot steht oft für starke Emotionen wie Kraft, Agressivität oder Liebe, blau für Ruhe, grün für Ausgeglichenheit oder Verbindung zur Natur, Gelb für Fröhlichkeit, schwarz für Trauer/ Deprimiertheit / Ernst / düsteres Gemüt usw.).

Wer sich nicht so genau zeigen möchte, kann eine Maske tragen – die Maske verrät wiederum etwas vom (gewünschten) Charakter, z.B. eines Tieres oder eines Fabelwesens.

Gedanken lassen sich gut durch comic-hafte Denk- oder auch Sprech- / Brüll- / Flüster – Blasen und verschiedene Symbole einbringen.

Du hast schon Ideen? Du darfst gleich mit einer ersten Skizze beginnen!

Auch der Steckbrief wird dir helfen, dir selbst und deiner Identität auf die Spur zu kommen!

Zur genaueren Umsetzung noch einige Vorschläge:



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The "Gallery of Identities":

An examination of your own self in artistic form

On Thursday, June 4th & Friday, 5th, 2020, the international Erasmus teacher team from all participating schools should be guests at the Erlichschule. We then wanted to present our ideas to them as to how the 3rd joint task on the subject of "Identity & Creativity" can be implemented at all other schools after this meeting. To this end, all participating classes at the school have jointly brought the “Gallery of Identities” to life over the past few months. Each student was represented there with their own work (and an explanatory text on how the work was created) and is now in this book.

It's all about this:
A selfie that doesn't just show my appearance ...! -

"This is me! I can do that! That makes me special! "

→ Dealing with your own identity and individuality
→ Strengthening self-confidence and self-worth
→ Encouraging and enjoying creativity: develop, try out, reflect on your own ideas
express yourself; find your own expression
Communication with fellow human beings & experience:
It is good and important that everyone is different & special & valuable!
→ It is important for the community to exchange ideas in order to get to know one another well and to feel noticed, to be able to cater to special needs so that everyone is fine!

In a self-portrait / selfie, I can present myself as I am - or become someone I would like to be!

On the external level of a picture this means: my body, my clothes, hairstyle, my make-up - I can try everything without actually having to change!

The type of representation can also tell a lot about the inner workings.

Artists often present themselves with the objects that are particularly important to them, so-called insignia - which objects would that be for me?

With your own facial expression and colors you can show how you are doing (e.g. red often stands for strong emotions such as strength, aggressiveness or love, blue for calm, green for balance or connection to nature, yellow for happiness, black for sadness / Depression / seriousness / gloomy temperament etc.).

If you don't want to show yourself exactly, you can wear a mask - the mask in turn reveals something about the (desired) character, e.g. of an animal or a mythical creature.

Thoughts can be brought in easily through comic-like thinking or speaking / roaring / whispering bubbles and various symbols.

Do you already have ideas? You can start right away with a first sketch!

The profile will also help you to track yourself down and your identity!

A few more suggestions for a more precise implementation:




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The "Gallery of Identities":

An examination of your own self in artistic form

On Thursday, June 4th & Friday, 5th, 2020, the international Erasmus teacher team from all participating schools should be guests at the Erlichschule. We then wanted to present our ideas to them as to how the 3rd joint task on the subject of "Identity & Creativity" can be implemented at all other schools after this meeting. To this end, all participating classes at the school have jointly brought the “Gallery of Identities” to life over the past few months. Each student was represented there with their own work (and an explanatory text on how the work was created) and is now in this book.

It's all about this:
A selfie that doesn't just show my appearance ...! -

"This is me! I can do that! That makes me special! "

→ Dealing with your own identity and individuality
→ Strengthening self-confidence and self-worth
→ Encouraging and enjoying creativity: develop, try out, reflect on your own ideas
express yourself; find your own expression
Communication with fellow human beings & experience:
It is good and important that everyone is different & special & valuable!
→ It is important for the community to exchange ideas in order to get to know one another well and to feel noticed, to be able to cater to special needs so that everyone is fine!

In a self-portrait / selfie, I can present myself as I am - or become someone I would like to be!

On the external level of a picture this means: my body, my clothes, hairstyle, my make-up - I can try everything without actually having to change!

The type of representation can also tell a lot about the inner workings.

Artists often present themselves with the objects that are particularly important to them, so-called insignia - which objects would that be for me?

With your own facial expression and colors you can show how you are doing (e.g. red often stands for strong emotions such as strength, aggressiveness or love, blue for calm, green for balance or connection to nature, yellow for happiness, black for sadness / Depression / seriousness / gloomy temperament etc.).

If you don't want to show yourself exactly, you can wear a mask - the mask in turn reveals something about the (desired) character, e.g. of an animal or a mythical creature.

Thoughts can be brought in easily through comic-like thinking or speaking / roaring / whispering bubbles and various symbols.

Do you already have ideas? You can start right away with a first sketch!

The profile will also help you to track yourself down and your identity!

A few more suggestions for a more precise implementation: