Students will draw radial designs for a Radial Balance Zentangle project.
Tuesday and Wednesday students should be ready to outline their radial design with a sharpie. Then students will begin to create line and shape patterns to fill each section of the design.
Thursday students will complete a hand out to help identify the Elements of Art.
Friday students will complete a hand out to help identify the Principles of Design.
Students will be learning about the principle of balance on Monday and Tuesday.
Wednesday students will begin creating a radial Zentangle design. Circles will be drawn and divided into 8 equal sections.
Thursday and Friday students will use their hand outs to see examples of different zentangles. They will create a different design in each section of their circle using the elements of shape and line. The elements should repeat to create a pattern.
Due to an assembly last week, we are now beginning to work with clay to create our Unique Coil pots.
I will not see 7th period on Wednesday. I will not see 6th period on Thursday. Coil pots should be assembled by Friday.
Monday we will learn about clay and hand building methods.
Tuesday we will begin designing a unique themed coil pot.
Wed-Friday we will build our pots and they must include at least 5 spirals in the design.
Students will be learning about 1 point perspective on Monday.
Tuesday students will begin creating their dream rooms using a template to aid in creating 1 point perspective. Students will practice with the template to create a rough sketch.
Wednesday students will be learning about Robert Indiana and answering questions on their hand out.
Thursday and Friday students will work on their final 1 point perspective drawings of their dream rooms.
Students will create their front and back book covers in class.
Tuesday they will create Aboriginal Dot Art for their book covers.
Wednesday we will start a one point perspective project of a "dream bedroom".
Thursday and Friday students will continue to work on their perspective drawings.
6th grade students will be assembling their Aboriginal Dot Art books.
Thursday and Friday students will complete a Celtic Art activity.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish adding their images and text to Publisher and printing their work. Wednesday students will begin tracing templates for pages, cutting them out and stringing them together.
Thursday students will trace and cut out the back and front cover for their books. They will glue the pages of their book on to the construction paper in their accordion book in proper sequence.
Friday students will create an Aboriginal Dot Art design for their cover and add the title.
Students will be learning about Aboriginal Dot Art and story making. Students will work collaboratively in groups to come up with a topic for a short story.
Tuesday students will write the story 1 page at a time. Students will write one page, then the next student will continue the story. They will repeat this step until each person in the group has 2 pages or paragraphs for the story.
Wednesday students will create Aboriginal symbols to symbolize the 2 paragraphs they wrote for the story.
Thursday and Friday students will use Pixlr and Paint to create their symbols on the computer.
Monday, Wednesday, students will continue to work on their Inuit Spirit Animal Totem designs.
Tuesday is the awards ceremony.
Thursday students will start working on organizing and displaying their totems in groups.
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