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Art or Vandalism?
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Art or Vandalism?


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Get ready

1
Read the question: "Should we celebrate or condemn graffiti?". Are “celebrate” and “condemn” synonyms or antonyms?






2
Sort words that celebrate graffiti from the words that condemn it.

  • innovative
  • damage
  • meaningless
  • ugly
  • authentic
  • bright
  • daring
  • offence
  • stain
  • freedom of expression
  • scandalous
  • creative
  • democratic
  • minor

Celebrate 🎉 Condemn


3
Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.

Does graffiti express freedom of expression or offence? Do you know different types of graffiti?
Art or vandalism?
What is the goal of graffiti?


4
Check with this table what you already know.

Today, can you… Prove it! 🙂 🙁
express your likes and dislikes?
I’m keen on but I can’t stand
express possession with determination?
This is
describe an image?
On Keith Haring's mural,
use causative structures?
My parents always make me
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Observe and listen

1
Look at the picture and answer the following questions.

<stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> We the youth


a) Each character is made up of two main elements? Which ones?



b) On which parts of the characters’ bodies can you find these smaller lines? What feeling do they add to the characters?



2
Listen to the audio guide and fill in what Keith Haring did, and where and when he did it.

Audio guide

What Where When
a)
b)
c)


3
Bonus question
These two quotations by Keith Haring have been mixed up. Put the words back into the right order and learn about his opinion on art.

a) is / art / everybody / for / . / ➝
b) don’t / the / every / people / of / art / reach / you / is / segment / nothing / if / . / ➝ 
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Let’s have fun

1
Listen to the audio. Match these words with their pronunciation.

Joy Kogawa, “Woman in the Woods”


Joy Kogawa, “Woman in the Woods”

Where there’s a wall there are words to whisper by loose bricks,
wailing prayers to utter, birds to carry messages taped to their feet.
There are letters to be written — poems even. [...]



  • /ˈwɪspə/
  • /feɪnt/
  • /ˈweɪl/
  • /luːs/
  • /ˈrɪtn/
  • /ˈʌtə/
whisper
wail
utter
written
faint
loose
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