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Kindergarten:
"Exploring the Color Wheel"Introduction to the "Color Wheel" through mixing colors and painting individual "Color Wheels".(Under 3 ratings)
"Take a Line For a Walk"Using lines/curves/patterns and colors to create individual pieces of art(Under 3 ratings)
A Color of his Own Leo LionniStudents will learn that there are natural colors in nature. Some are very bright colors(Under 3 ratings)
Art CentersStudents will become familiar with the proper navigation of the art room. Students will learn the procedure for rotating through centers(Under 3 ratings)
Crazy Swirly ArtTo encourage students to try many, many different types of patterns to fill their drawings with lots of interesting colors and designs. To help the teacher gauge the motorskills and work styles of new kindergarten students.(Under 3 ratings)
Crazy Swirly ArtTo encourage students to try many, many different types of patterns to fill their drawings with lots of interesting colors and designs. To help the teacher gauge the motorskills and work styles of new kindergarten students.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA & Arts The Animal KingdomStudents should be able to share facts about a chosen animal and create an illustration to depict the animal in a habitat of choice.(Under 3 ratings)
Eragon Chapter 1 + 2: Discussions and DrawingsTo build vocabulary, retain information, and enjoy reading.(Under 3 ratings)
Eragon Chapter 3 + 4: Discussions and DrawingsTo build vocabulary, retain information, and enjoy reading.(Under 3 ratings)
Geometry and OrigamiThe students will be able to use prior knowledge of geometric shapes (square, triangle, diamond) in order to create a three dimensional origami rabbit from a plane.(Under 3 ratings)
Grades 2-4 Rotoscope AnimationStudents will collaborate to produce a looping animation using rotoscope techniques and drawing skills. Students should be able to traditional animation processes using related vocabulary.(Under 3 ratings)
How Big (Drawing Really Big)Students will learn how to draw in to proportional size, utilizing the entire paper.(Under 3 ratings)
Kindergarten Shapes and AnimalsFor students to create an animal using shapes. Practice cutting skills and identify shapes and their properties.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo be able to articulate the full figure in an environment with special attention to perspective, proportioning of the body, and an awareness of constructing an interesting composition.(Under 3 ratings)
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Lesson PlanIdentify the colors, and become familiar with the color words Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Black, White, Orange, Purple, etc.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanChildren will work together (cooperatively and collaboratively) to create one piece of art. They will have to share materials and communicate with each other about what they want to paint where. Students will gain the skill of working collaboratively and will learn how to communicate effectively with peers.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1.Use traditional and nonorthodox methods to improve reaction/resistance 2.Maintain strict discipline 3.perfect already known techniques(Under 3 ratings)
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Lesson Plan1. I will know the color blue. 2. I will know square, triangle, circle, and star. 3.I will count shapes.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson RedChild(ren) should be able to determine the colors both red and pink, pick out items in those colors and distinguish between the two.(Under 3 ratings)
Matthew's DreamStudents will work on developing motor skills. They will learn how to use suggestions and tips when they are m struggling with their designs.(Under 3 ratings)
Not a BoxKindergarten students will be able to identify and name shapes and then make associations to everyday objects that are reflective of those shapes(Under 3 ratings)
Not A BoxStudents will identify and create geometric shapes. They will also use color to highlight the shapes.(Under 3 ratings)
Ohio Star Quilt BlocksStudents will identify square and triangle shapes in relation to their position on the quilt block pattern called Ohio Star. They will utilize solid colored and printed squares to create triangles and create their own version of Ohio Star. Students will describe how they created their Ohio Star in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Ohio Star Quilt BlocksStudents will identify square and triangle shapes in relation to their position on the quilt block pattern called Ohio Star. They will utilize solid colored and printed squares to create triangles and create their own version of Ohio Star. Students will describe how they created their Ohio Star in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Our ColorsFor students to further their knowledge of the colors(Under 3 ratings)
Our ColorsFor students to further their knowledge of the colors(Under 3 ratings)
PowerPoint ShapesI can use digital tools to create shapes. I can change the color of shapes I created using PowerPoint. I can format each shape by size, color, texture and other effects.(Under 3 ratings)
Primary Colors create Secondary ColorsStudents will understand how to use the Primary Colors to create the Secondary Colors and understand their relationship on a color wheel.(Under 3 ratings)
Primary Colors with MondrianAfter a brief direct instruction about primary colors and the artist, Mandrian, students will be able to construct a Mandrian art piece on a paper plate with foam sheets.(Under 3 ratings)
Rainbow And Shape TreeStudents will identify the colors of the rainbow n rainbow order. They will also use Shapes learned from a prior lesson to create a picture. They will use the letter Y to draw the trunk of a tree.(Under 3 ratings)
Shapes and ColorsStudents will maych the colors red, blue, yellow shapes to other like colored shapes.(Under 3 ratings)
Stars in the skyStudents will create a night sky picture.(Under 3 ratings)
Stubby PencilUse creative imagery to tell a story(Under 3 ratings)
Sub plans for Elmer the ElephantCreating pattern and mastery of use of materials(Under 3 ratings)
Warm Heart Cool HandsStudents will identify warm and cool colors.(Under 3 ratings)
Water Color Glue ResistUse of watercolor and what is a resist.(Under 3 ratings)
What makes a house a homeStudents will understand how to draw a house using geometric shapes. They will also learn how to draw a background.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
* Wk 16 - Science - Learning about Plants: PhotosynthesisIdentify the parts of a leaf and the function of each part. Learn what photosynthesis is. Discover why the leaves change colors in the fall.(Under 3 ratings)
* Wk 16 - Social Studies/History - OceansLearn that there are five oceans. Learn about salt water which makes up the oceans. Learn where the oceans are located.(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing ConclusionsStudents will be able to draw a conclusion from verbal cues.(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing Conclusions/Making InferencesStudents will learn to observe a picture and make an inference according to the illustrations and matching the sentences to the pictures.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA & Visual Arts - AnimalsStudents should be able to write a paragraph using descriptive language, illustrate the paragraph and use create a short slide show using an iPod(Under 3 ratings)
Georgia O'Keefe Warm Color collageStudents will be able to blend two art mediums to create an image.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn about the human impact on the environment. Students will learn cause and effect of cutting trees on wild fires and pollution. Students will learn about the importance of preserving the environment. Students will describe their understanding of “The Lorax” story in their journals. Students will make connections between “The Lorax” story and their own lives/ environment. Students will write a summary of “The Lorax” story. Students will write three paragraphs on way(s) that they will help the Lorax and his friends.(Under 3 ratings)
Mondrian Collage Grade 1Students will understand that artists think about the meanings of their art works. Students will create a collage with in the same style as Mondrian.(Under 3 ratings)
Part I-Drawing Tools in Microsoft Word- Grade 1The students will use drawing tools to create an image that represents a state of matter. Students will use the tool bar to create a text box. LT: I can explore the toolbox in PPT to create, revise and format various shapes.(Under 3 ratings)
Part II Drawing Tools in Microsoft Word- Grade 1The students will use drawing tools to create an image that represents a state of matter. Students will use the tool bar to create a text box. LT: I can create a digital image that represents one of the states of matter. I can type a description using a text box and keyboarding skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Saxon Math 9/25 Lesson 15Given instruction on addition and substraction, students will correctly complete 15A seatwork & 15B homework.(Under 3 ratings)
Tone ColorSpeak, SIng, Whisper or Call, when visually cued to show the understanding of how to use your voice.(Under 3 ratings)
Warm Colors grade 1Students will understand how warm colors are used to create works of art. They will recognize and identify warm colors. They will be able to discuss the impact of warm colors on works of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Warm Colors grade 1Students will understand how warm colors are used to create works of art. They will recognize and identify warm colors. They will be able to discuss the impact of warm colors on works of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Warm Colors grade 1Students will understand how warm colors are used to create works of art. They will recognize and identify warm colors. They will be able to discuss the impact of warm colors on works of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Warm Colors grade 2Students will understand how warm colors are used to create works of art. They will recognize and identify warm colors. They will be able to discuss the impact of warm colors on works of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 11 United StatesTo learn why the thirteen colonies established their own government. To learn that the thirteen colonies have become fifty states. To learn about some of the nationalities of people who came to live in the United States.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 12 National Monuments & Historical LandmarksTo learn what a national monument and a national landmark is. To learn that the Washington Monument honors the first president. To learn that the White House is where the President lives. To learn which presidents are honored on Mount Rushmore.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 13 - Social Studies/History - Maps & GlobesLearn what a map is and how to use one. Learn what a globe is and how to use one. Learn about map symbols and what they mean. Learn that a compass rose shows north, south, east and west. Learn the directions: north, south, east and west.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Color Sensory StationsStudents will successfully complete 3 activities (chosen from a total of 9) within each color station for color recognition and sensory support needs.(Under 3 ratings)
Color, Shapes and Size, Oh My!The students will sort objects by one or more attributes including color, shape, and size. The students will accurately tell time to the 15 minute interval.(Under 3 ratings)
Cool Colors Grade 2Students will understand what cool colors on the color spectrum are. THe will understand how cool colors can blend and create a work of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing ConclusionsObjectives of Drawing Conclusion Unit: Students will be able to learn how to draw conclusions by identifying the difference between explicit and drawing conclusions, by identifying and describing personal connections to text, by identyfing connections between one text or another, and between a text and the world.(Under 3 ratings)
Funny Frankenstein MonsterStudents will create a design based on a character in literature(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Writing Skills Character Sketch, 09-08-2014SWBAT: write details in a character description(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Writing Skills Character Sketch, 09-08-2014SWBAT: write details in a character description(Under 3 ratings)
iPad Shadow Photography DrawingStudents will photograph shadows using iPad, crop photos, create observational drawing of shadows, learn about warm and cool colors, learn about negative and positive space, and color in negative space with warm or cool color scheme.(Under 3 ratings)
Lots of Dots PointillismStudents will recognize the elements of color and how color works together to create an image(Under 3 ratings)
Pointillism Drawing of a SettingStudents will choose a primary setting from one of the versions of Cinderella read and analyzed during Critical Literacy. After drawing a basic outline of the setting in pencil, students will use the pointillism technique to fill in the picture.(Under 3 ratings)
Primary Colors create Secondary ColorsStudents will understand how to use the Primary Colors to create the Secondary Colors and understand their relationship on a color wheel.(Under 3 ratings)
The Day crayons quit second gradeStudents will use various shades of the same crayon(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Colors (3)Students will recognize and use in context the following colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, black, white, brown, gray(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing Conclusions/Making InferencesHow can we make inferences and draw conclusions while reading a story?(Under 3 ratings)
Math & Art connections with Multiplication Illusionpractice multiplication problem and then turn it into a visually intriguing work of art.(Under 3 ratings)
Painting Through TimeStudents will be able to match vocabulary words from the reading selection with their definitions after writing their own vocabulary cards(Under 3 ratings)
Part II -Using Digital tools to Create a Map-Grade 3I can create, edit, save and print a document. I can create a map using digital tools in PowerPoint.(Under 3 ratings)
Shape Poetry LessonAfter being exposed to a variety of shape poems, students will create their own animal shape poems. Students will use vocabulary related to physical characteristics and adaptations of animals (information gathered from previous science lessons). They will also use descriptive vocabulary found in thesauruses.(Under 3 ratings)
Tone ColorTo use instruments to distinguish characters in a song.(Under 3 ratings)
Using Digital tools to Create a Map-Grade 3I can create, edit, save and print a document. I can create a map using digital tools in PowerPoint.(Under 3 ratings)
WHAT DO ILLUSTRATORS DO?Students will identify how pictures help to tell a story. Students will be able to sequence events. Students will use text and graphic features to comprehend text.(Under 3 ratings)
WHAT DO ILLUSTRATORS DO?Students will identify how pictures help to tell a story. Students will be able to sequence events. Students will use text and graphic features to comprehend text.(Under 3 ratings)
WHAT DO ILLUSTRATORS DO?Students will identify how pictures help to tell a story. Students will be able to sequence events. Students will use text and graphic features to comprehend text.(Under 3 ratings)
WHAT DO ILLUSTRATORS DO?Students will identify how pictures help to tell a story. Students will be able to sequence events. Students will use text and graphic features to comprehend text.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Analyze a PaintingStudents will be able to look a piece of art and analyze the image. They will be able to identify the concept of a painting, make inferences about the subjects and discuss elements that the artist used to create the composition(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing Conclusions from a table Science-Evaluation 3Students will learn how to read a table and answer a question in multiple choice format on a science test. Aligned to Science ACUITY question, lesson supports test genre study, cross-curricular to reading (see standard below)(Under 3 ratings)
Let's Draw Comics!Students will be able to create a comic character and draw a short story starring said character using a blank comic template. They will be able to think about the character traits they would like their character to possess and also plan how to portray these traits in the comic format.(Under 3 ratings)
Tone ColorTo understand tone color and how it is used.(Under 3 ratings)
Tone Color: Lesson 1: Grade 4M4.3 Students will listen to and describe simple examples of the elements of music including pitch, rhythm, tempo, dynamics, form, TIMBRE, meter, phrases, style, and harmony. M4.3.1 Visually and aurally identify brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Drawing from feelings and emotionsStudents will understand that powerful art comes from powerful feelings. They will, recognize how feelings ( negative and positive ) play. A role in creating art.(Under 3 ratings)
How has technology changed?Students will be able to see how the culture has changed when it comes to ordering goods. Using research students will create a presentation of their findings.(Under 3 ratings)
Illustrating Tall TalesStudents should be able to experiment and develop skills in multiple art-making techniques and approaches through practice by illustrating their tall tales.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanNumber and Operations in Base Ten Understand the Place Value System Math.5.NBT.1Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left. Math.5.NBT.2Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10. Math.5.NBT.3Read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths. Math.5.NBT.3.aRead and write decimals to thousandths using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form, e.g., 347.392 = 3 × 100 + 4 × 10 + 7 × 1 + 3 × (1/10) + 9 × (1/100) + 2 × (1/1000). Math.5.NBT.3.bCompare two decimals to thousandths based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons. Math.5.NBT.4Use place value understanding to round decimals to any place. Perform Operations with Multi-Digit Whole Numbers and with Decimals to Hundredths Math.5.NBT.5Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. Math.5.NBT.6Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models. Math.5.NBT.7Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.(Under 3 ratings)
Mean Mode Median and Range• The students will be able to use different means of graphing to communicate information. • The students will use formulas in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. • The students will use Excel to create different types of graphs/charts. • The students will be able to use Microsoft PowerPoint to present their research findings to their classmates.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Week of 02-03-14Students will - Complete Mystery of Mars comprehension test - Become acclimated with the Selection Vocab/Skills associated with Apollo 11 - Read through Apollo 11 - Complete a skills test(Under 3 ratings)
Using Models to Multiply DecimalsShow decimal multiplication with a variety of models.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
Lesson 12 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson studetns should be able to read and draw a number line. Studetn will also understand vocabulary associated with the number line: geometry, point, line. line segment.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 6 - Drawing Dragons (2 Days)Students will apply previous knowledge of Medieval times and creative thinking skills to create a dragon.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanHow can I control perception of space in my collage?(Under 3 ratings)
The Art of GestureStudents should be able to understand the fundamentals of gesture drawing in relation to the human figure. Showing students that gesture is a fundamental skill in developing their drawing skill repertoires .(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
"Zebra" quick writeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: different perspectives possible in a story KNOW: interprete the emotional reaction of Mr. Wilson upon being given the drawing DO: write a narrative from Mr. Wilson's point of view(Under 3 ratings)
"Zebra" quick writeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: different perspectives possible in a story KNOW: interprete the emotional reaction of Mr. Wilson upon being given the drawing DO: write a narrative from Mr. Wilson's point of view(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade lesson plan 3-23-2015Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest. Generate multiple samples (or simulated samples) of the same size to gauge the variation in estimates or predictions.(Under 3 ratings)
Drawing and Supporting Inferences-7Students will analyze details and clues in an informational text to make inferences about the given topic(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to describe a color with other senses than sight. They will create a picture that is seen through the sense of touch.(Under 3 ratings)
MR. WILSON COMMUNICATION THRU DRAWINGTHE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO APPRECIATE THE VALUE OF USING 3DIMENSIONAL DRAWING AS A COMMUNICATION TOOL(Under 3 ratings)
MR. WILSON MECHANICAL DRAWINGstudents will be able to make a 3 dimensional drawing using a pencil & ruler(Under 3 ratings)
MR. WILSON MECHANICAL/3D DRAWINGSTUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO DRAW A 3 DIMENSIONAL DRAWING OF AN OBJECT FROM THEIR HEAD/IMAGINATION OR A REAL OBJECT OF(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Schnebly Grade 7 Language Arts Word PaintingSW learn and apply the basics of "word painting" in writing and revising a complex or compound sentence in response to a visual or fast write prompt.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 4: Drawing ConclusionsTo help students focus on the facts of a written piece so that they can draw conclusions to other ideas that are not mentioned within the writing.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
Drawing and Supporting Inferences-8Students will analyze details and clues in an informational text to make inferences about the given topic.(Under 3 ratings)
Harnessing your BrainStudents will learn of the work of Betty Edwards "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" and Mihalyi Czikszentmihalyi's concept of "flow". They will participate in an activity intended to help them create a hightened awareness of perception.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Aim: How do you draw and paint a composition using letters that shows movement with watercolors?Students will be able to create a pattern using letters . Controlled use of watercolors showing a variety or a pattern of colors. Students will demonstrate the principle of movement on their designs using the 2 initials of their name(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain - Folio - Reflect/Google Sketch-UpSTL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: -Reflect on and rate rough draft designs and identifiy areas for revision. -Utilize google sketch-up to create oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Finish Hand Drawings Thursday, Feb. 28STL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: - Utilize drafting principles of oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Finish Hand Drawings/Define Problem & ConstraintsSTL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: - Utilize drafting principles of oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Finish Research/Begin Hand Drawings Wednesday, Feb. 27STL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: - Utilize drafting principles of oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Finish Research/Begin Hand Drawings Thurs., Feb. 21STL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: - Utilize drafting principles of oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Finish Research/Begin Hand Drawings Tuesday, Feb. 26STL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: - Utilize the internet to research changes in the design of the modern crane design, construction, and utilization.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Google Sketch-Up (4) Monday, 3/4STL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: -Utilize google sketch-up to create oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Google Sketch-UpSTL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: -Utilize google sketch-up to create oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio - Google Sketch-UpSTL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: -Utilize google sketch-up to create oblique, multiview, perspective and isometric drawings to create a design proposal.(Under 3 ratings)
Crane Strain Folio-Working DrawingsSTL 8 Understanding the attributes of design - H. The design process includes defining a problem, brainstorming, researching and generating ideas, identifying criteria and specifying constraints, exploring possibilities, selecting an approach, developing a design proposal. Daily Objective: -Utilize sketches, reflection, & research to create a working drawing with dimensioning lines/measurements and tolerances for their prototype model.(Under 3 ratings)
IED 8/24Students will be introduced to Engineering Notebook. They will understand who uses them, why do we use them, and how we use them. Students will organize their first few pages of the notebook.(Under 3 ratings)
IED 8/25/16Students will continue practicing their skill building with concept sketching. Students will gain a further understanding of the engineering design process.(Under 3 ratings)
IED 8/26/16Students will understand the design process progression. Students will be able to professionally present a design idea.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/12/16Students will be able to identify different types of lines on a drawing. Students will be able to use isometric graphing paper to sketch various objects.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/13/16Students will be able to sketch oblique and isometric representations of an object. Students will be able to define cavalier oblique, cabinet oblique, and isometric sketching. Students will be able to calculate the IMA and AMA of of wheel and axle and the screw.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/14/16Students will be able to create an isometric sketch of a variety of examples given. Students will be able to compare and contrast isometric and oblique sketches. Students will be able to determine the advantages to using gears. Students will be able to calculate the gear ratio given a variety of examples.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/16/16Students will be able to design a pumpkin drop device for our annual pumpkin drop competition. Students will be able to complete an isometric sketch. Students will be able to create a one point and two point perspective sketch.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/19/16Students will be able to create a one point and two point perspective sketch. Students will be able to complete basic research on an energy source.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/20/16Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in defining key terms from unit 1. Students will be able to create a two point perspective sketch. Students will be able to determine if an energy source is renewable, nonrenewable, or inexhaustible. Students will be able to discuss the means by which we use natural resources to create electricity.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/21/16Students will be able to sketch a one or two point perspective drawing of an item of choice. Students will be able to perform basic research on an energy source. Student will be able to cite sources appropriately.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/22/16-9/23/16Student will be able to determine the top, right, isometric, and front side of an object. Students will be able to create a multi-view sketch given an object. Students will be able to determine a missing view and sketch it given other views of the object. Students will be able to research and present a basic overview of an energy source.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/26/16Students will be able to determine the relationship of various sides of an object given an isometric view. Students will perform basic research on an Energy Source and will present their findings to the class.(Under 3 ratings)
IED POE 9/27/16Students will be able to draw the front side of an object given an isometric view. Students will be able to draw the top and right side of an object given an isometric view. Students will be able to discuss the energy source they were assigned and its use as well as the latest technologies to make the source efficient, safe, and cheap.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Color Chart Studio DayStudents will accurately create a color chart based on information obtained from a video and teacher demonstration.(Under 3 ratings)
Final Fresco DayStudents will understand the concept of secco fresco. Students will add final details over the top of their 3-day fresco painting.(Under 3 ratings)
Fresco HistoryStudents will understand that fresco painting is a painting done with pure pigments in plaster. Students will understand that buon fresco is done in wet plaster, mezzo fresco is done in semi-dry plaster, and secco fresco is done on plaster that has been allowed to cure completely. Students will be able to identify when fresco painting first appeared and when it came to its apex. Students will understand why fresco is no longer a commonly used means to create a painting. Students will be able to explain why Pompeii is important to the history of fresco.(Under 3 ratings)
Fresco Painting DaysStudents will work on painting on freshly poured plaster. Students will create an image that is cohesive throughout all days of the painting. Students will avoid working on previous days' work.(Under 3 ratings)
Fresco Painting IntroStudents will understand the moisture level required in plaster to create a buon fresco. Students will discover how Michelangelo painted one of the world's most famous frescos. Students will create a sample fresco in order to engage with the material.(Under 3 ratings)
Full-Color Watercolor ForegroundStudents will observe how to use wash and dry-brush techniques to create the foregrounds of their full-color watercolor paintings. Students will begin to work on their foregrounds for their full-color watercolor paintings.(Under 3 ratings)
Full-Color Watercolor Studio DaysStudents will focus on creating a painting that is an accurate depiction of a selected image. Students will strive to create paintings with a wide range of values. Students will work to mix accurate colors. Students will utilize learned watercolor techniques while creating a full-color watercolor painting.(Under 3 ratings)
Full-Color Watercolor TechniquesStudents will re-examine how to do specific watercolor techniques used in full-color paintings. Students will create color charts based on information from the previous day's video and the teacher's demonstration.(Under 3 ratings)
GuernicaStudents will be able to identify the title and artist for Guernica if shown the image again some time later. Students will understand the historical background and purpose behind the creation of Guernica. Students will infer reasons for Picasso's use of a non-traditional style for his mural.(Under 3 ratings)
Intro to SurrealismStudents will be able to identify art that is surreal. Students will be able to explain what surrealism is in the art world. Students will be able to identify Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte as surreal artists. Students will understand that although active in the 1500s, Hieronymus Bosch can be considered surreal on account of the figures and scenes he created.(Under 3 ratings)
Last Monochromatic Watercolor Studio DayStudents will complete an accurately rendered monochromatic watercolor painting. Students will discover how to utilize multiple colors to create an image in watercolor.(Under 3 ratings)
Monochromatic Watercolor Painting DetailsStudents will observe how to overlay different dry brush techniques over their previously created washes to add details to their monochromatic painting. Students will complete overlaying washes on their monochromatic paintings. Students will begin to add details to their monochromatic paintings.(Under 3 ratings)
Monochromatic Watercolor Painting Studio DaysStudents will employ wash and dry brush techniques learned from tutorials and demonstrations to complete a monochromatic watercolor painting.(Under 3 ratings)
Monochromatic Watercolor TechniquesStudents will discover how to use layering to create values within a landscape painting. Students will understand that mono equals one and chroma equals color so monochromatic means using only one color. Students will select a landscape to paint based on their level of experience with art and painting. Students will prep paper to create a monochromatic watercolor painting.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Schnebly Grade 10 Language Arts Word PaintingSW learn and apply the basics of "word painting" in the revising of a free association/brainstorm sentence fragment or simple sentence into a complex or compound sentence and paragraph, when responsing to a visual or fast write prompt.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Schnebly Grade 10 Language Arts Word PaintingSW learn and apply the basics of "word painting" when revising a free association/brainstorm sentence fragment or simple sentence. They will then organize these thoughts into complex or compound sentences, and later, a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Starting a full-color Watercolor PaintingStudents will observe how to create a background in a full-color watercolor painting that utilizes a mix of washes and wet-on-wet techniques. Students will select an image to paint out of a National Geographic magazine that fits their drawing abilities. Students will draw out and tape off their images.(Under 3 ratings)
Watercolor BasicsStudents will understand how to create a watercolor wash. Students will create a watercolor wash. Students will understand the concept of value. Students will create a value scale(Under 3 ratings)
Watercolor IntroStudents will read out of the book "Exploring Painting" a chapter on watercolor painting. Students will answer questions based on the reading. Students will discuss the reading.(Under 3 ratings)
Watercolor Painting FinishingStudents will discover techniques to complete a full-color watercolor painting. Students will employ techniques to finish a full-color watercolor painting.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Color introductionto introduce students to color theory(Under 3 ratings)
Color WheelTo learn the basic rules of color relationships, tints, and shades by creating a color wheel.(Under 3 ratings)
Complimentary Oil PastelStudents will review the color wheel and identify primary, secondary, and tertiary (intermediate) colors. Students will define and identify complementary colors. Students will use pattern, value and color in their work to create a work that has aesthetically pleasing(Under 3 ratings)
line and color sound waveStudents will increase their knowledge of line by using it as the main subject in a work of art and become familiar with color concepts(Under 3 ratings)
Planning an abstract paintingStudents should be able to design an abstract using realistic objects for their inspiration. Students will be able to create a point of emphasis by using elements and principles of design.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Advanced Value DrawingStudents will use the element of value in their artwork Students will apply their knowledge of line drawing to a finished artwork Students will use space to create an artwork that is compositionly balanced.(Under 3 ratings)
Pastel paintingsStudents will use pastels to observe and create a work of art that uses their knowledge of color and color mixing as well as their contour observational skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Communication of Color2.2.1 Explore the use of color to communicate. 2.2.2 Distinguish between basic color schemes. 2.2.3 Create custom colors. 2.2.4 Explore color matching systems. 2.2.5 Analyze appropriate use of spot color in publications. 2.2.6 Analyze appropriate use of process color in publications. 2.2.7 Create and print publications using color theory. 2.3.1 Distinguish between RGB and CMYK.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Communication of Color2.2.7 Create publications using color theory.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Communication of Color2.2.1 Explore the use of color to communicate.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Communication of Color2.2.7 Create and print publications using color theory(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 2: Communication of Color2.2.7 Create and print publications using color theory.(Under 3 ratings)

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