Ms. Roggenbuck 

Art

 

  For the Week of 

January 21- January 25

(Wk. 19 Marking Period 3)

Monday

21

Tuesday

22

Wednesday

23

Thursday

24

Friday

25

  1st Hour & 6th Hour

Art I, II, III, & IV

Learning Target: I can: Recognize and explain the purpose of a drawing grid; apply a grid to an image and use it to transfer and/ or enlarge an image; compare the accuracy of my work to the original image using a grid; Evaluate the success of my work through self-reflection.

 Benchmarks for this week:

Art.VA.I.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Art.VA.II.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Art.VA.III.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, Art.VA.IV.HS.1, 2, 3, 4 Art.VA.V.HS.2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Review: Grid Project

Lap Tops available if needed

Continue work on grid project

Continue work on grid project

 

Continue work on grid project

321 Art! Critique

Continue work on grid project

 

 

 

Finish grid project

Prep for display

complete artist's statement

  7th Grade Exploratory

Learning Target: I can:  Identify examples of line and shape in artwork; Explain ways in which artists use line in their work; use a variety of line and shape in an original artwork.

Benchmarks for this week:

Art.VA.I.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Art.VA.II.HS.1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 Art.VA.III.HS.1, 2, 4, 5,  Art.VA.IV.HS.1, 2,      Art.VA.V.HS.  1, 4, 5,

 

Seating Chart

Prepare folder and art log

Review Syllabus

Intro: In- class weaving project

Work on weaving practice

 

 

 

 

PPT

Notes: Line in art

Class Challenge: What can you do with a line?

Drawing Practice: using line in art

 

Practice using line in art (review)

Notes: Shape

Using line to make shape

Challenge: What can you make with only shape?

Drawing Practice: Using shapes to draw

Project Intro: Hundertwasser landscapes- combining shape and line

Class discussion- Hundertwasser- shapes and lines

Brainstorm ideas for project

Planning Sheet

Begin draft if ready

Friday Doodle- expectations and procedures

Review Hundertwasser

Finish drafting landscape

Begin final draft

  8th Grade Exploratory

Learning Target:  I can: Identify 3 different marking styles in art; Explain pointillism and give 1 reason it was important to Art History; experiment with marking styles of my own and use them to create an original artwork.

Benchmarks for this week:

Art.VA.I.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Art.VA.II.HS.1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 Art.VA.III.HS.1, 2, 4, 5,  Art.VA.IV.HS.1, 2,      Art.VA.V.HS.  1, 4, 5,

 

Seating Chart

prepare folder and art log

Review Syllabus

Intro: In- class weaving project

Work on weaving practice

PPT

Discussion/ video: mark-making styles in art

Challenge: using only 1 type of mark to draw

Notes: Pointillism

 

Create Portfolio

Review mark-making styles  and Pointillism

Project Intro: Mark Making Project

Brainstorm as class

Complete planning sheet

Review Pointillism and mark-making

Video: Phil Hansen

Finish planning sheet and begin draft

Friday Doodle: Procedures and expectations

Review Pointillism

Begin final draft today

 

  6th Grade Art

Learning Target:  I can: Identify examples of weaving; Demonstrate how to weave on a loom; create a landscape with a foreground, mid-ground and background.

Benchmarks for this week:

 Art.VA.I.HS.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Art.VA.II.HS.1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 Art.VA.III.HS.1, 2, 4, 5,  Art.VA.IV.HS.1, 2,      Art.VA.V.HS.  1, 4, 5,

 

Seating Chart

Classroom Procedures and Expectations

Intro: In- class weaving project

Work on weaving practice

Practice Procedures and Routines in art room

Continue weaving on circle loom- small group demo for large loom

Mark portfolios

Intro: Woven Tree

Discuss and demonstrate Foreground, mid ground and background

group practice

Review Fore, Mid, and Background

Begin draft of landscape

 

Friday Doodle- expectations and procedures

Finish draft

Draw draft on paper plate when done

   

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