Week of November 18

18 11 2013

8th Grade Digital Art:

Essential Question: How does art impact our place in the world?

Content Standards:

ART.I.VA.M.3    Select and use the visual characteristics and organizational principles of art to communicate ideas.

ART.II.VA.M.2  Employ organizational principles and analyze what makes them effective or not in the communication of ideas.

ART.II.VA.M.1  Select materials, techniques, and processes to effectively communicate ideas.

Objective:  Students will create a Self-Portrait in Illustrator.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will work in Illustrator to create their self-portrait.

Tuesday: Students will work in Illustrator to create their self-portrait.

Wednesday: Students will work in Illustrator to create their self-portrait.

Thursday:  Students will work in Illustrator to create their self-portrait.

Friday:  Students will finish creating their self-portraits in Illustrator.

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6th Grade Traditional Art:

Essential Question: How do life experiences influence art?

Content Standards:

Art.I.VA.M.1    Select materials, techniques, media technology, and processes to achieve desired effects.

Art.I.VA.M.2    Use art materials and tools safely and responsibly to communicate experiences and ideas.

Art.I.VA.M.4    Be involved in the process and presentation of a final product or exhibit.

Objective: Students will create a paper mache animal.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will continue paper macheing their balloons.

Tuesday:  Students will continue paper macheing their balloons.

Wednesday:  Students will continue paper macheing their balloons.

Thursday:  Students will continue paper macheing their balloons.

Friday:  Students will finish paper macheing their animals.

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6th Grade Digital Art:

     Essential Question: How do life experiences influence art?

     Content Standards:

ART.VA.I.6.3 Develop a successful visual vocabulary.

ART.VA.III.6.1 Observe, describe, and analyze visual characteristics at a developing level.

ART.VA.IV.6.2 Develop an understanding of the historical, social, and cultural contexts of artwork with aesthetic sophistication.

ART.VA.I.6.5 Produce and exhibit a final product that demonstrates quality craftsmanship and technique at a developing level.

     Objective:   Students will learn about M.C. Escher and tessellations.

     Agenda:

Monday: Students will watch a Powerpoint presentation about M.C. Escher. Students will then individually use the artifacts handout to find out information on the Internet about M.C. Escher. Students will then come back together as a whole group as we discuss M.C. Escher, and their findings on the artifacts sheet.

Tuesday: Students will be introduced to the project and watch a demonstration. Students will begin creating their own tessellation.

Wednesday: Students will continue to work on their tessellation projects, adding details to their paintings.

Thursday: Students will finish working on their tessellation projects.  They will also read an article about M.C. Escher and answer some questions about it.

Friday: Students will take the M.C. Escher quiz. Then they will need to finish up their project, as well as grade themselves.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: M.C. Escher Leson PLan

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