Week 30: April 18-22

18 04 2016

8th Grade Digital Imaging: 1st hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.II.8.3    Effectively collaborate, communicate, and work with others to create new ideas.

ART.VA.III.8.4    Effectively use critical thinking strategies to observe, compare, and contrast artworks.

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

Objective:  Students will create a shield in Illustrator. 

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will learn about the Type on a Path tool and the Blending shapes tool.

Tuesday:  M-Step Testing-No class

Wednesday:  M-Step Testing-No class

Thursday:  Students will begin creating a shield in Illustrator-following along with the teacher.

Friday:  Students will finish creating their shield in Illustrator.

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Shield LP

7th Grade Digital Imaging: 2nd & 3rd hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.I.7.3      Demonstrate the use of successful visual vocabulary at an emerging level.

ART.VA.II.7.3    Collaborate, communicate, and work with others to create new ideas at an emerging level.

ART.VA.III.7.1    Critically observe, describe, and analyze visual characteristics at an emerging level.

Objective:  Students will learn about Ansel Adams and create a photo that has a focal point.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will be introduced to Ansel Adams and his photography.  Students will view former students’ focal point photos.  They will check out cameras and take photos for their projects.

Tuesday:  Students will be shown how to create a focal point in a photo with color vs. black and white.  Students will create their focal point photos.

Wednesday:  Students will view a demonstration on how to create their Who’s in school project.  Students will work on their projects.

Thursday:  Students will finish their projects and save them to the flash drives.

Friday:  Students will view a demonstration on how to create their project.  Students will work on their projects.

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  Who’s in School LP  Focal Points LP

Basic Design: 5th hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.II.8.3    Effectively collaborate, communicate, and work with others to create new ideas.

ART.VA.III.8.4    Effectively use critical thinking strategies to observe, compare, and contrast artworks.

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

Objective:  Students will learn about Wayne Thiebaud and create a clay box in the shape of a piece of cake or cup cake.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will be introduced to Wayne Thiebaud and his work.  Students will be introduced to working with clay.  Students will create a sketch of what they want to make with clay.

Tuesday:  Students will begin working with clay.

Wednesday:  Students will work on creating their piece of cake or cup cake with clay.

Thursday:  Students will work on their clay projects.

Friday:  Students will finish their clay projects. 

CHECK HOMEWORK PAGE FOR YOUR ASSIGNMENT!

For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  10 Wayne Thiebaud Clay LP

8th Grade Art: 6th hour

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

Content Standards:

ART.VA.II.8.3    Effectively collaborate, communicate, and work with others to create new ideas.

ART.VA.III.8.4    Effectively use critical thinking strategies to observe, compare, and contrast artworks.

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

Objective:  Students will create a Pop Art inspired drawing of a pear with four different materials.

Agenda:

Monday:  Students will be introduced to Pop Art.  Students will follow along to learn how to draw a pear.

Tuesday:  Students will re-draw the pear, four times on their paper.

Wednesday:  Students will begin coloring their pears with different materials.

Thursday:  Students will work on their multi-media pear projects.

Friday:  Students will work on their multi-media pear projects..  

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For a more detailed lesson plan click here:  One Pear Four Styles LP

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