Monday students will complete their pinwheels.
Tuesday -Thursday students will work on adding color and value to their Water Smart Art projects.
Friday students will write an artist's statement explaining how they showed the value of water.
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".
Monday students will begin a Web Quest, "The Quest for H2O" to learn about water conservation.
Tuesday students will complete the Web Quest in the lab.
Wednesday students will create a brainstorming list of reasons why water is valuable. They will use the information they researched during the Web Quest.
Thursday students will create symbols for each item of their brainstorming list.
Friday students will think critically to create a design that incorporates their symbols.
Monday and Tuesday students should be painting their 3rd and 4th quadrants: analogous colors for 3rd and monochromatic color for 4th.
Wednesday 1st period will finish paintings. (no second period/early release)
Thursday students will read Scholastic Arts Magazine to learn about George Seurat. Students will complete the questions on the back of the magazine.
Friday students will answer questions about portrait artists in the magazine.
Monday students will finish quadrant 1 and begin quadrant 2 with secondary colors.
Tuesday students will finish quadrant 2.
Wednesday students will begin painting quadrant 3 with 4 analogous colors.
Thursday students will continue painting quadrant 3 with analogous colors.
Friday students will begin painting quadrant 4 with a monochromatic color scheme.
Monday: Students will continue to trace their asymmetrical designs using the light tables. The design will be flipped before tracing into quadrant 2.
Tuesday: Students will continue to trace their designs and will flip it down before tracing into quadrant 4, directly below quadrant 2.
Wednesday: Students will be tracing their designs by flipping to the left before tracing into quadrant 3 which is directly under quadrant 1.
Thursday: Students will label each section of quad 1 with R, B and Y to identify which of the primary colors will be painted into each section.
students will then begin painting quad 1.
Friday: Students will continue to paint quad 1.
Monday students will complete their name designs for their folders.
Tuesday students will learn about Color Theory. Students will complete a worksheet in class.
Wednesday students will learn about the principle of balance and create asymmetrical designs.
Thursday students will transfer their designs to drawing paper. They will create 4 quadrants and trace their design, step by step, in each quadrant.
Friday students will begin using light tables to trace quadrant 1.
Students will be working on their Pop Art Cartoon watercolor paintings. Paintings are due on Friday. All late assignments are due Friday.
The Barber Blow Out is Thursday!
Monday students will learn how to create a one point perspective drawing. Students will practice this process during class.
Tuesday students will choose their final project for art class: a one point perspective landscape or city scape or a Pop Art inspired cartoon character water color painting. Students will create a rough sketch or plan for the assignment.
Wednesday through Friday there will be no Connections classes due to grade level Field Days.
Monday through Wednesday students will finish up their Japanese Notan projects.
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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