Monday students will finish their pinwheels. Students will work on adding the elements of value and color to their Water Smart Art projects.
Tuesday-Thursday students will put the finishing touches on their Water Smart Art projects.
Friday students will write an artist's statement to explain how they showed the value of water through symbolism.
Monday students will learn about Peace Day and begin creating a brainstorming list of words, symbols and drawings that represent non-violence and anti-bullying.
Tuesday students will begin creating their Pinwheels for Peace. They will use their brainstorming list to fill both sides of their template with designs.
Wednesday and Thursday students will add the element of color to their pinwheels.
Friday students will assemble their pinwheels and turn in with their rubrics. Pinwheels will be displayed in downtown Kennesaw on Monday September 17th at "Dinner at the Depot".
Students will complete their Quest for H2O web quests in the lab on Tuesday.
Wednesday students will use the Web Quest information they researched to create a brainstorming list of 5 reasons water is valuable.
Thursday students will create symbols for each item on their brainstorming list. Students will start visualizing ways to combine each symbol creatively. They will begin the rough sketch for their project.
Friday students will finish their rough sketch.
Monday students will finish their value scales around their Zentangle designs.
Tuesday students will work on a the "Quest for H20" web quest.
Wednesday (no 6th period) 7th period class will finish their web quests.
Thursday students will learn about artist George Seurat and answer questions on the back of Scholastic Art Magazine.
Friday students will answer questions about portrait artists in the magazine.
Monday students will continue to trace their Zentangles with sharpies. Students will be adding a variety of line weights to their designs.
Tuesday students will continue to add a variety of line weights to their designs.
Wednesday students will begin creating the first 4 tints of a color for the background of their art work. The lightest tint should be painted around the petals of the design.
Thursday students will create 4 more steps until the true color is painted around the top edge of their paper.
Friday students will complete their rubric/self assessment and glue their rubric to the back of their art work to turn in.
Monday: Students will finish drawing their folder designs and begin adding the elements of color and value.
Tuesday: Students will learn about the principle of pattern. Students will create 6 different pattern designs using the elements of line and shape.
Wednesday: Students will begin a Zentangle Radial Design project. They will begin creating a semi-circle and flower petal shapes on drawing paper.
Thursday: Students will create pattern designs using line and shape to create Zentangle designs in each petal.
Friday: Students will divide the semi-circle into at least 4 sections and create different pattern designs in each one.
Wednesday through Tuesday the 7th, students will be rotating through different Connections classes. Art students will engage in a "Beach Ball Scavenger Hunt" to review and learn elements of art.
Wednesday the 8th: Students will learn classroom rules and procedures. We will go over the class syllabus and Behavior expectations.
Thursday: Students will be given folders and will create a design using their first name.
Friday: Students will add the element of color to their name designs.
Monday students will finish their Wayne Theibaud Dessert drawings.
Tuesday students will use I Pads to participate in a Elements of Design Scavenger Hunt. Pictures will be added to Pic Collage following the criteria on the Pic Collage hand out.
Wednesday students will finish the scavenger hunt and submit one work of art for the spring virtual art show.
All late assignments must be turned in by Friday.
The Barber Blow Out is Thursday!
Monday students will go over their pencil drawing with a light colored pencil on black construction paper.
Tuesday students will begin adding the element of color to their contour drawing using chalk pastels. Students will use the black paper to incorporate shadows by using less chalk in those areas of their art work.
Wednesday through Friday there will be no Connections classes due to grade level Field Days.
Students will learn about the artist, Wayne Thiebaud. Students will brainstorm ideas for a dessert work of art inspired by Wayne Thiebaud's work.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will create rough sketches of their desserts. They will create a contour drawing of their dessert to draw on black paper.
Thursday and Friday students will read Scholastic Art Magazine: Sculpture Right Now.
A graphic organizer will be completed Thursday and Summary questions on Friday.
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