This project was inspired by the mural artwork in Jerusalem created by artists from Lyons, France.
See Wall Paintings in Jerusalem.
In this project, you’re going to:
- choose a wall that tells a story. The wall can be physical or metaphorical, and the story can be historical, geographical, personal, cultural.
- write a report about your talking wall.
- create art work about your report.
- talk about your wall to your group.
First think in groups about examples for each of these categories: archeology, architecture, art, biblical walls, connecting walls, dividing walls, emotional walls, famous walls, graffitti, memorial walls, natural walls, murals, political walls, religious walls, social walls, walls in literature.
- Make a list of questions about the wall you have chosen.
- Answer these questions in full sentences. Pay attention to your grammar and spelling.
- Your report must include the following:
- Table of contents.
- Sections of the Project
- Bibliography. (Don’t forget to cite all the internet sites you used in your project
- Reflection. Write a page in which you express what you learned/gained through doing this project.
Draw a picture that expresses the “Wall” that you chose to research.