|Subject Area||Elementary Art|
|Unit of Instruction||Monochromatic Self-Portrait|
I can identify places people can go to look at art. VA.1.H.2.3
I can see how classmates solve artistic problems. VA.1.F.1.2
I can describe how art is used to share information about the community. VA.1.F.3.1
I can follow the teachers directions to create art projects. VA.1.F.3.2
I can use art vocabulary to talk about art. VA.1.S.1.4
I can discuss what makes good art. VA.1.S.3.2
I can be respectful of other peoples art. VA.1.S.3.4
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Today I will learn about art elements, LINE and SHAPE, so that I CAN draw a SELF-PORTRAIT.
Today I will learn about the element, color, and use only a monochromatic color scheme to create my self-portrait.
Today I will learn about where people go to look at art and how art can be used to share information in the community so that I know where to find artwork and understand artwork better.
Students will learn about some famous artists and their self-portraits. They will use a handout guiding them through how to make more accurate PROPORTIONS for facial features for their own self-portrait. They will draw it with pencil, OUTLINE with marker and then color it in a monochromatic color scheme using markers and colored pencils. This will be used for a collaborative display and we will discuss where artwork is located on display. Students will upload their art to Artsonia and add a title. We will also watch a video and discuss where artwork can be found, what makes good art, and how artwork can share information about the community.