Week of January 6-10

5 01 2014

7th Grade Art: 2nd hour

Essential Question: How does Art shape our view of the world?

Content Standards:

  • ART.VA.I.7.1 Understand the varying qualities of materials, techniques, media technology, and processes at an emerging level.
  • ART.VA.I.7.2 Understand the concept of proper use of art materials and using tools safely and responsibly at an emerging level.
  • ART.VA.I.7.3 Demonstrate the use of successful visual vocabulary at an emerging level.
  • ART.VA.II.HS.7 Create preliminaries, possibilities, and drafts at an emerging level.

Objective:  

  • To understand the concept of color theory
  • To interpret the reason for color theory
  • To design Zentagles patterns
  • To use lines to create contrast
  • To interpret the success of their own work

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will work on a Color Theory worksheet.

Tuesday:   Students will work on their Zentangle Hand project and begin to start adding color to the background.

Wednesday:  Students will work on the Zentangle Hand project.

Thursday:  Students will work on the  Zentangle hand project.

Friday: Students will finish their Zentangle Hand project.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: Zentangle Hand Project

6th Grade Digital Art: 3rd hour

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 Georgia O’Keeffe and create a project that replicates her Abstract style.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will watch a Powerpoint about Georgia O’Keeffe and complete Artifacts about her.

Tuesday:  Students will watch a demonstration about how to create an abstract flower painting in the style of Georgia O’Keeffe.  Students will then begin working on their project.

Wednesday:  Students will continue to work on their Abstract Flower project.

Thursday:  Students will read an article about Georgia O’Keeffe and answer some questions about it.  Students will then continue working on their Abstract Flower project.

Friday:  Students will finish the Abstract Flower project and take a quiz on Georgia O’Keeffe.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: Georgia O’Keeffe Lesson Plan

8th Grade Digital Art: 4th hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.I.8.4       Effectively use reflective thinking skills to observe, analyze, and critically evaluate works of art for the purpose of improving technical quality.

ART.VA.II.8.2      Effectively develop and apply critical thinking strategies through the art making process.

ART.VA.II.8.7      Apply preliminaries, possibilities, and drafts in the creative problem solving process.

ART.VA.III.8.5   Develop and defend informed aesthetic opinions about works of art using effective artistic vocabulary.

Objective:   Students will create a personal logo in Adobe Illustrator.

Agenda:

Monday: Students will review class expectations.  Students will be introduced to logos through a Powerpoint and worksheet.

Tuesday: Students will be introduced to the Logo Design project.  They will begin drawing their ideas for their personal logo.

Wednesday: Students will work on designing their personal logos – narrowing down their ideas to their top 3 and writing about them.

Thursday: Students will decide on one final design for their personal logo.  Students will begin creating that logo in Illustrator.

Friday: Students will work on their personal logo in Illustrator.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: Logo Design lp

Basic Design: 5th hour

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

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.3     Select and use the visual characteristics and organization principles of art to communicate ideas.

Objective: 

  • The student will draw their object in proportion by measuring size/scale relationships
  • The students will use contour lines to begin each drawing
  • The student will create depth by using dramatic lighting and a minimum of 3 values for each drawing
  • The student will draw the same object 4 different ways
  • The student will create a value scale showing 8 or more values

Agenda:

Monday:  Demo value scale.  Discuss different pencil hardness/softness (2B, 4B, 6B).  Students will create value scales.

Tuesday:   Demo object drawing.  Discuss different view points.  Discuss importance of values to create depth.  Discuss proportion/scale.  Students will pick an object and start drawing.

Wednesday-Friday: Students continue to draw objects until finished and complete a self-evaluation when finished.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Object Study LP

7th Grade Digital Art: 6th hour

Essential Question: How does Art shape our view of the world?

Content Standards:

  • ART.VA.I.7.1 Understand the varying qualities of materials, techniques, media technology, and processes at an emerging level.
  • ART.VA.I.7.2 Understand the concept of proper use of art materials and using tools safely and responsibly at an emerging level.
  • ART.VA.I.7.3 Demonstrate the use of successful visual vocabulary at an emerging level.

Objective:  

  • To understand the use and concepts of Adobe Photoshop
  • To design a composition using scale and proportion
  • To demonstrate the ability to use the digital camera to take photographs
  • To interpret the success of their own work

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will review class expectations and camera usage expectations.  Students will be introduced to the Who’s in School project.  Students will take photos for that project.

Tuesday: Students will watch a demo on how to create their Who’s in School project.  Students will begin working on their project.

Wednesday: Students will continue to work on their Who’s in School project and complete a self-evaluation when finished.

Thursday:  Students will be introduced to Focal Points.  Students will take photos for a mini Focal Point project.

Friday:  Students will finish their Focal Point project and complete a self-evaluation when finished.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: 7th Grade DI Daily Instructional Plan week 4

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