Week 1: September 2- 5, 8,9.
Knowing recognizing and creating shapes to represent recognizable objects. Students will use patterns to make a triangle and square to make a house. They will add creative details from their imagination to make a scene with markers.
PA Standard 9.1.3.A. Know and use the elements and principles of each art form to create works in the arts and humanities.
9.1.3.H. Handle materials, equipment and tools safely at work and performance spaces.
Identify issues of cleanliness related to the arts.
First Grade. Shapes.
Drawing shapes freehand and cutting them out. Use triangle and square to make a house.
9.1.3.E. Demonstrate the ability to define objects, express emotions, illustrate an action or relate an experience through creation of works in the arts.
Second Grade. Art styles: realistic vs. abstract.
Students will compare and contrast the Mona Lisa by daVinci with a Picasso portrait. How are they the same? How are they different. When finished, they will create a portrait in pencil. Students will choose to attempt realism or abstraction. They will color with crayons using texture plates to create designs.
9.1.3.F. Identify works of others through a performance or exhibition
9.3.5.D. Compare similar and contrasting important aspects of works in the arts and humanities based on a set of guidelines using a comprehensive vocabulary of critical response.
Third Grade. Name Designs.
Using a ruler to create guidelines. Discuss how math skills/measuring skills are useful in making art. Students will write their name using block letters and color them with markers. They will add creative details using pencil and markers.
9.1.3.H. Identify methods for storing materials in the arts.
9.1.3.E. Demonstrate the ability to define objects, express emotions, illustrate an action or relate an experience through creation of works in the arts
Fourth Grade. Political cartoons.
What are facts and opinions? How is art used in the presidential campaign? How do artists use symbols to express their opinions? Students will use the symbols of donkey, elephant and Uncle Sam to express their opinion about the upcoming election.
9.1.5.A. Identify critical processes in the examination of works in the arts and humanities: Compare and contrast.
9.4.5.A. Identify uses of expressive symbols that show philosophical meanings in works in the arts and humanities
Fifth Grade. Sketchbooks.
Give out sketchbooks. Discuss the benefits of keeping a sketchbook. Students will design a cover for their sketchbook using block letters and drawings.
9.1.5.G. Identify the function and benefits of rehearsal and practice sessions.
9.1.5.H. Describe methods for storing materials in the arts.
The Sumi Ink Club Visits The University of Florida - (view slide show) During the last week in February 2017, the UF School of Art and Art History hosted the Sumi Ink Club as part of its Spring 2017 Visiting ...