|Subject Area||Elementary Art|
|Unit of Instruction||Art Rocks Game & Monochromatic Self-Portrait|
I can use prior knowledge and observation skills to reflect on, analyze, and interpret exemplary works of art. VA.5.C.1.2
I can examine and discuss exemplary works of art to evaluate my own artwork. VA.5.C.1.3
I can use the structural elements of art and organizational principles of design when evaluating art. VA.5.C.3.1
I can discuss artworks found in public places to identify the significance of the work in the community. VA.5.H.2.3
I can work collaboratively and show leadership skills to complete an art task. VA.5.F.3.3
I can use structural elements of art and organizational principals to develop content in artwork. VA.5.O.1.1
I can organize the structural elements of art to achieve visual unity. VA.5.O.1.2
I can use art vocabulary to communicate about works of art and artistic and creative processes. VA.5.S.1.4
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
Today I will learn about art room rules, procedures and collaboration; in order to be safe and respectful in the classroom.
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.
Students will learn about rules and procedures in the art room by playing a game where they have to work as a team to find clues around the classroom that explain where art room items are located and about classroom rules.“What I Like About Me “read aloud by Allia Zobel-Nolan.Students will learn about some famous artists and their self-portraits. We will discuss their use of the Elements of Art and Principles of Design.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 statement.