Students will learn about the art of the Oaxacan people. Students will brainstorm ideas for a Oaxacan inspired animal sculpture.
Tuesday students will begin sketching 3 points of view of their animal (front, back and side view).
Wednesday students will complete their sketches and use problem solving skills to determine what recyclables will unite to create the shape and form of their animal.
Thursday and Friday students will gather and begin assembling their armatures for their sculptures.
Monday through Wednesday students will add the element of color to their Pop Art Candy Wrappers.
Thursday students will work on craftsmanship by using colored pencils to straighten lines, fill in areas and bring details back into their work.
Friday students will self-assess using their rubrics and turn in their art work.
Monday students will choose one point of view of their candy wrapper that they like the most. Students will sketch the design on black paper. Students will go over their pencil lines with a white or yellow colored pencil.
Tuesday students will finish outlining with colored pencil and begin adding color and value using colored pencils or chalk pastels.
Wednesday and Thursday students will finish adding value and color.
Friday students will complete their candy wrappers and turn in with their names on the back in bright colored pencil.
Monday students will learn about Pop Art and participate in an activity to identify works of artist's by their characteristics and style.
Tuesday students will continue to sketch their candy wrappers with different points of view.
Wednesday students will learn about 10 important paintings and answer questions on their worksheets.
Thursday students will have attend a performing arts presentation.
Friday students will have a free day and play on the field.
Monday through Wednesday students will finish their Pop Art Legendary Figures project and share it with me via the One Drive.
Thursday students will engage in a Comic Jam Session activity at their tables with their peers.
Friday students will practice drawing a candy wrapper in 3 different points of view.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish editing their portrait by desaturating, outlining with the pencil tool and adding color showing value to each area of the portrait. All work will be saved to the Student ID folder.
Wednesday period 6 only due to early release: Students will find images that symbolize the items on their brainstorming list. Images will be saved to the student ID folder and edited individual using editor.
Thursday students will continue to edit all images.
Friday students will insert images as layers to create a new image.
Monday students will list at least 3 iconic and legendary people. They will decide on 1 person they would like to use for their project. They will create a brainstorming list of at least 10 things related to the accomplishments of that person.
Tuesday students will find a high contrast image of the legendary or iconic figure they chose for their project. They will save their image to their student ID folder.
Wednesday and Thursday I will model step by step instructions for using Pixlr.com photo editor adjustments and filters. Students will get familiar with the tool bar, navigator box and layers box.
Friday I will recap and model the tools we used earlier in the week. Students will work independently to edit their images using their rubric.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish up their Faith Ringgold Story Quilts.
Wednesday through Friday students will be creating a Doodle for Google.
Monday through Wednesday students will finish adding the elements of color and value to their drawing.
Thursday and Friday students will create their quilt border using patterns from magazines, material and cut paper designs.
Monday and Tuesday students will use their brainstorming list of ideas to symbolize their story. If they wrote a story, they will examine the nouns and create symbols for each one. Students will sketch out a possible lay-out plan for their story.
Wednesday students will create the frame or "quilt" template around their drawing paper. They will use rulers to measure in 3" intervals horizontally and vertically on their paper.
Thursday and Friday students will begin drawing their story within the center of their drawing paper.
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