Monday and Tuesday students will continue to sew their separate pieces onto their front of their plush food characters.
Wednesday and Thursday students will use a fell stich, back stitch or over stitch to sew on details to personify their food characters.
Friday students will view their rubric, self assess and turn in their plush food characters.
Monday students will learn about plushies and basic stitching techniques: over stitch, blanket stitch and back stitch. Students will create a rough sketch for their plush food character project. Students are focusing on personification and identifiable characteristics of their favorite food.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will finish their sketches and create patterns for the shapes of their food characters. Students will choose felt colors and begin cutting their patterns out of the felt.
Thursday students will begin sewing the front and back of their food character using a blanket stitch or an over stitch.
Friday students will finish sewing the main shape of their food character, fill it with fiber fill and sew the opening. They will begin sewing details to the other parts of their food character.
Monday students should finish outlining, using threshold and erasing the background of their selfies.
Tuesday students should begin adding color to their selfies. Students should follow the instructions on the rubric and pointinize one area of their selfie such as their skin.
Wednesday students should finish editing the selfie and save the edited version as a jpg file to their student ID folder. Students should already have a Lichtenstein work of art saved and a word bubble saved to their student ID folder. Students will open Pixlr.com as "create a new image" and set the canvas size to 1024x768 in the "preset" box. Students will follow steps for day 6-9 on their rubric. Work must be saved as a layered PXD.
Thursday students should go through the checklist to make sure that all criteria has been met for the project. After it is complete, flatten the image and save as a jpg with students name and class period. Work must be uploaded to the One Drive and shared with me.
Friday is Pie Day
Monday and Tuesday students will begin editing their selfies using Pixlr.com photo editor. Students will follow the instructions on their rubric. I will model steps in class.
Wednesday students will learn about 10 important paintings and answer questions on their worksheets.
Thursday students will see a performing arts program in the theater.
Friday students will continue to edit their selfies using Pixlr.com photo editor.
Monday and Tuesday students will complete their Manga projects.
Wednesday students will use I Pads to take a selfie against a light background. When completed, students will upload the image to Office 365 via the One Drive.
Thursday students will participate in a Comic Jam Session at their tables with their peers.
Friday students will upload their images to their student ID folders from the I Pads or their One Drive. Students will begin their Digital Lichtenstein projects by researching his work and saving at least 3 images of interest to their student ID folders. Students will save 5 important facts about the artist in a Word doc and share it with me by uploading it to the One Drive.
Monday students will measure a 1/2" frame around their drawing paper using a ruler. Students will draw their frames for their Manga and number them, lightly with pencil, from right to left.
Tuesday students will continue to draw their story within the frames of their template.
Wednesday 2nd period only due to early release: Students will continue to draw their story within the frames on the template.
Thursday and Friday students will add the elements of color and value to their art work. Students will check their rubrics for completion and turn in on the grade-level/ class period shelf.
Monday students will learn about the history of Japanese Manga. Students will create their own original character.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will write a short story to introduce their character.
Thursday and Friday students will create thumbnail sketches to illustrate their story in frames like a graphic narrative.
Students will have Monday and Tuesday to finish their Piecing together Romare Bearden project.
Wednesday through Friday students will be creating a Doodle for Google.
Monday through Thursday students will begin filling in their objects with collage items.
Friday students will be adding any additional color or detail with chalk pastels, water color paints or colored pencils.
Monday and Tuesday students will create a brainstorming list of ideas for their own story collage. Students will choose: a music genre, cultural heritage or a current event. Students will include potential topics, materials to be collaged, etc.
Wednesday students will use their brainstorming list to create a rough sketch of their ideas.
Thursday students will draw out their design on 12" x 18" paper.
Friday students will begin looking through magazines, newspapers, scraps, material, etc. to create the objects within their collage.
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