Week 6: October 12-16

12 10 2015

8th Grade Digital Art: 1st hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.II.8.1 Effectively identify, design, and solve creative problems.

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

ART.VA.V.8.2   Effectively recognize and describe the skills used in visual arts careers.

     Objective:   Students will learn about the Industrial Design Career path and create a headboard and a footboard for a Stryker S3 bed.

     Agenda:

Monday: Students will watch a powerpoint about the Stryker project.  Students will learn about the industrial design career.  Students will begin to plan out their designs.

Tuesday: Students will finish planning out their designs for their headboard and footboard.  Students will begin working on their designs on the computer.

Wednesday: Students will continue to work on their Stryker designs on the computer.

Thursday: Students will continue to work on their Stryker designs on the computer.

Friday: Students will finish their Stryker designs on the computer and complete a self-evaluation.

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Stryker LP

7th Grade Art: 3rd and 5th hours

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

Content Standards:

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.7.5    Produce and exhibit a final product that demonstrates quality craftsmanship and technique at an emerging level.

ART.VA.II.7.1  Identify, design, and solve creative problems at an emerging level.

Objective:  Students will learn about Chuck Close and create a self-portrait in his style.

Agenda:

Monday:  Homework review.  Students will learn about self-portraits and Chuck Close.  Students will take a pre-assessment to see what they know already about self-portraits.

Tuesday:  Students will learn how to draw a face in proportion and how to draw specific facial features correctly.

Wednesday:Students will begin working on their self-portraits using a grid and a photograph of themselves.

Thursday:Students will continue to draw their self-portraits.

Friday:  Students will continue to draw their self-portraits.  Students will begin drawing designs in their grids.

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Chuck Close Self-Portraits LP

6th Grade Art: 2nd and 6th hours

Essential Question: How do life experiences impact our Art?

Content Standards:

ART.VA.II.6.7    Create preliminaries, possibilities, and drafts at a developing level.

ART.VA.II.6.1  Identify, design, and solve creative problems at a developing level.

ART.VA.I.6.4  Develop reflective thinking skills by observing, analyzing, and critically evaluating works of art for the purpose of improving technical quality.

Objective:  To create a “Minecraft” Mosaic Self-portrait

Agenda:

Monday:  Homework review, students will learn about self-portraits and begin laying out the design for their “minecraft” style self-portrait.

Tuesday:Students will work on their self-portraits.

Wednesday:Students will work on their self-portraits.

Thursday:  Students will work on their self-portraits.

Friday:  Students will finish their self-portraits.  Students will complete an I CAN self-assessment.

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Minecraft Self-Portrait LP

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