|Subject Area||Elementary Art|
|Unit of Instruction||Australian Aboriginal Dot Art|
I can take ideas from various resources to create unique artworks. VA.4.C.2.3
I can identify historical and cultural influences that have inspired artists. VA.4.H.1.1
I can demonstrate development of 21st-century skills by completing art in a timely manner. VA.4.F.3.3
I can use a variety of resources and art skills to improve my artwork. VA.4.O.2.1
I can explore and use media, technology, and other art resources to express ideas visually. VA.4.S.1.2
I can create artworks that integrate ideas from culture or history. VA.4.S.1.3
I can experiment with various materials, tools, techniques, and processes to achieve a variety of results in two- and/or three-dimensional art. VA.4.S.3.1
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
• Today I will learn about LINE and SHAPE, so that I CAN draw and cut out the outline of an animal.
Students will learn about the history of Australian Aboriginal Dot Art and the use of symbolism in their artwork. They will also learn about Australian painter, Clifford Possom Tjapaltjarri. They will then research animals and draw its silhouette onto construction paper, cut it out, and glue to a black piece of construction paper. Using Tempera paint and sticks, students will dot the designs on their papers. Finally students will upload their artwork on Artsonia along with an artist statement.