4th Grade Q2Wk14-20

TeacherLinda Brush
Subject AreaElementary Art
Grade Level4
Week #14-20
Unit of InstructionFaux Stained Glass Window Winter Scene
Standard(s) Taught
I can use ideas to put personal meaning into my artwork.  VA.4.C.1.1
I can make my art better by using many resources to get ideas.  VA.4.C.2.2
I can take ideas from various resources to create unique artworks.  VA.4.C.2.3
I can make connections between art and other subjects. VA.4.C.3.3
I can identify historical and cultural influences that have inspired artists.  VA.4.H.1.1
I can describe artworks that honor individuals, groups, events, and/or cultures.  VA.4.H.1.3
I can explore works of art created over time to identify the use of the structural elements of art in a historical event or art style.  VA.4.H.2.1
I can discuss how artists and designers have made an impact on the community.  VA.4.F.2.1
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 stained glass windows and architect and designer, Frak Lloyd Wright, so that I CAN create a chalk pastel winter scene inspired
by his stained glass windows.
• Today I will learn about GEOMETRIC and ORGANIC SHAPES, so that I CAN draw my winter scene to resemble stained glass windows. I’ll know I have it when I have enclosed  shapes that combine to create a winter scene. 
• Today I will learn about WARM and COOL COLOR, so that I CAN use ANALOGOUS colors in my enclosed areas using CHALK PASTEL.

Classroom Activities

Students will learn about architect and designer, Frank Lloyd Wright. We will discuss his architecture and learn about his stained glass windows and compare/contrast with other stained glass styles on a PowerPoint presentation. Students will also learn how stained glass windows are made. Following this they will create a winter scene using, black glue, and chalk pastels. We will discuss geometric and organic shapes, as well as  the color wheel; analogous, warm and cool colors. They will have to create all enclosed shapes in their design and choose up to three analogous colors per enclosed area. Students will then upload their artwork with a statement on Artsonia.

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