January 27-31

27 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 how one part represents a whole
  • To design patterns to create colors
  • To use contour line to draw self portrait
  • To interpret the success of their own work
  • To understand monochromatic color schemes
  • To mix paint
  • To create a monochromatic painting

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will finish the Chuck Close project.

Tuesday:   Students will find an animal on the computer and adjust the colors.  Students will print off the pictures and use them to create a painting.  Students will begin drawing their animal.

Wednesday:  Students will continue to draw their animals.  Students will mix paint to create a monochromatic color scheme.  Students will create a value scale with their colors.

Thursday:  No class.  Advisory classes in the morning.  Conferences in the afternoon/evening.

Friday: Students will begin painting their animals.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Monochromatic Painting LP

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 Pablo Picasso and Cubism and will create a self-portrait in the cubist style.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will watch a Powerpoint about Pablo Picasso and complete Artifacts about him.

Tuesday:  Students will watch a demonstration about how to create a cubist self-portrait.  Students will then begin working on their project.

Wednesday:  Students will then continue working on their cubist self-portrait project.

Thursday:  No class.  Advisory classes in the morning.  Conferences in the afternoon/evening.

Friday:  Students will finish their self-portrait project and take a quiz on Pablo Picasso.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Pablo Picasso Leson PLan

8th Grade Digital Art: 4th hour

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.6    Organize information and ideas for media productions.

ART.III.VA.M.4   Describe and compare the characteristics of personal artwork to the artwork of others.

ART.IV.VA.M.3    Anaylze, describe, and demonstrate how factors of time and place (such as climate, resources, ideas, and technology) influence visual characteristics that give meaning and value to a work of art.

Objective:   Students will create a CD cover using the tools in Adobe Illustrator.

Agenda:

Monday: Powerpoint presentation, sketch ideas.

Tuesday: Once approved, begin designing in Illustrator.  Cover must have front and back side, include title, images and list of songs.

Wednesday: Students will continue to work on their CD cover designs.

Thursday: No class.  Advisory classes in the morning.  Conferences in the afternoon/evening.

Friday: Students will finish CD cover designs.  Students will complete a self-assessment.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  CD Cover 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: 

1. Show an understanding and awareness of the work of Chuck Close. Understand how an artist gets ideas.

2. Use ruler skills in creating a grid – develop skills in enlarging a composition using a grid. Study proportion.

3. Recognize values and create values using line, pattern and simulated textures. Develop Contrast through values.

Agenda:

Monday:  Review gesture and contour drawings.  Begin drawing self-portrait, focusing on highlights and shadows.

Tuesday:   Continue drawing self-portraits.

Wednesday:   When portrait is drawn, students will draw a grid on top of the portrait.  Students will then begin adding lines and patterns in the sections to show the values.

Thursday: No class.  Advisory classes in the morning.  Conferences in the afternoon/evening.

Friday:  Students will continue working on their self-portraits.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here: Line and Value Self-Portrait 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.
  • ART.VA.II.HS.7 Create preliminaries, possibilities, and drafts at an emerging level.

Objective:  

  • To understand the meaning of mandala
  • To design a mandala in Photoshop
  • To interpret the success of their own work

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will finish their Straight Photography Photobooks.  Students will view a powerpoint about Mandalas.  Students will begin creating an image to use in their Mandala and begin working on it in Photoshop.

Tuesday: Students will work on their Mandalas.

Wednesday: Students will work on their Mandalas.

Thursday:  No class.  Advisory classes in the morning.  Conferences in the afternoon/evening.

Friday:  Students will finish their Mandalas and complete a self-assessment.

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Digital Mandala LP

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