|Subject Area||Elementary Art|
|Unit of Instruction||Monotype Sailboats|
I can find clues to help me understand and think about art. VA.1.C.1.2I can talk about how different works of art tell us about a culture. VA.1.H.1.1I can describe the ways artists use their work to share knowledge and life experiences. VA.1.H.1.3I can compare artworks from different cultures. VA.1.H.2.1I can follow the teachers directions to create art projects. VA.1.F.3.2
I can explain how art is made. VA.1.O.1.1
I can describe the steps used to make art. VA.1.S.2.2
I can use my art skills to make 2-D and 3-D art. VA.1.S.3.1
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
• Today I will learn about LINE and SHAPE, so that I CAN paint DIAGONAL and STRAIGHT LINES to create TRIANGLES and TRAPEZOIDS for my sail boats.
• Today I will learn about a horizon lines so that I can create a sky that is separate from the sea.
•Today I will learn about artist CLAUDE MONET and the art movement IMPRESSIONISM. I will be able to IDENTIFY some of his most famous works.
•Today I will learn about PRINTMAKING, so that I CAN use the MONOPRINT process to create a REFLECTION for my Monet inspired sailboat onto the water.
Students will learn about artist Claude Monet and the art movement, Impressionism. They will also learn about some of his most famous works. Students will also watch the read aloud, “Brilliant Boats”, by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker. Students will paint their sea and sketch out their sailboats. Students will then paint their sky and boats using tempera paint and fold the paper to create the monotype. Students will then share their artwork on Artsonia along with the title.