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Tuesday, August 27

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Sunday, August 25

  1. page Class Description edited The Art Elective ... is an introductory class exploring the history and skills of art-making. &qu…
    The Art Elective
    ... is an introductory class exploring the history and skills of art-making. "Doing art" includes planning, reading, writing, researching and discussing, as well as the "fun stuff" - making art!
    Student will practice drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics techniques
    Readings, lectures and discussions will introduce art, history and artists
    Students will be introduced to a 4-step process of viewing art: description; design; intent; judgement.
    Students will solve design problems/projects that connect the historical period of the artist to their lives.
    Students will be introduced to a 4-step creative problem solving process applicable to problems ...of any nature!
    Identify the Problem.
    Brainstorm; (collect information/ideas).
    Evaluate (information/ideas )
    Implement solution.

    Daily class Routine:
    Turn in Homework
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  2. page Masking Tape Murals edited ... Equipment: Hand-outs: ; Vocabulary: Arts: ... Getting Started: Essential Question…
    ...
    Equipment:
    Hand-outs:
    ;
    Vocabulary:
    Arts:
    ...
    Getting Started:
    Essential Question:
    1. WhatWhat are the
    Procedures:
    1. GenerateGenerate ideas –
    ...
    future, acceptance…)
    2. Form

    Form
    Teams and
    ...
    curved lines)
    3. Create

    Create
    Murals –
    Assessment of Student Learning:
    Formative: student sketchbooks, student practice with tape in classroom, on tables, student discussion, student teamwork and planning Summative: written statement of final mural process, photo of final image
    Summary:
    Documentation of Student Learning: sketchbooks, photos of students working, photos of final murals, written statements by students
    Teacher Reflection:
    Notes, including extensions or thoughts and ideas for other days:

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  3. page Masking Tape Murals edited Teacher(s): Sherri Callahan Grade(s): 7, 8 School: Hinson Middle School County: Volusia Less…
    Teacher(s): Sherri Callahan
    Grade(s): 7, 8
    School: Hinson Middle School
    County: Volusia
    Lesson Title:
    Masking Tape Mural
    (From www.theartofed.com)
    State-Adopted Arts Course Description Number, Title, and Description:
    M/J EXPLORING 3D ART; 101035
    Unit Theme (optional): Contemporary Art and Materials
    Lesson Focus: Graffiti Art
    Lesson Description: Students will work in teams to create masking tape murals using line variation and/or hatching
    Next Generation SSS in the Arts:
    VA.68.C.1.1:
    VA.68.F.1.1
    VA.68.S.3.5
    LACC and/or MACC:
    CCRA.W.2: write informative/explanatory texts…
    CCCSS.MATH: make sense of problems and persevere in solving them
    Books, Equipment, Materials, and Supplies
    Books, DVDS, websites:
    Art Materials: sketchbooks, masking tape
    Equipment:
    Hand-outs:
    ;
    Vocabulary:
    Arts:
    Line variation, hatching, cross-hatching, media, subject, representational, non-representational, abstract, copyright, 2D, 3D, elements of design (line, shape, form, color, value, space, texture), line, shape, form, value, contrast, hue, pattern, repetition, rhythm, balance, symmetry
    Non-Arts:
    Lesson Strategy:
    Getting Started:
    Essential Question:
    1. What are the similarities and differences in masking tape murals and graffiti? How do the materials compare and contrast?
    Procedures:
    1. Generate ideas – ask students to name topics important to being a teenager in middle school. (appearance, popularity, money, affection, family, future, acceptance…)
    2. Form Teams and Sketch. Teams can be based on topics. Group members review each others images and create a new sketch/compilation based on group ideas. Students practice with tape on table to practice using this new medium. (practice tricky curved lines)
    3. Create Murals – students consider contrast, location and traffic when choosing locations. Teams go to work with masking tape. Encourage line variation to enhance tape drawings.
    Assessment of Student Learning:
    Formative: student sketchbooks, student practice with tape in classroom, on tables, student discussion, student teamwork and planning Summative: written statement of final mural process, photo of final image
    Summary:
    Documentation of Student Learning: sketchbooks, photos of students working, photos of final murals, written statements by students
    Teacher Reflection:
    Notes, including extensions or thoughts and ideas for other days:

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