Monday through Wednesday students will continue to build their coil pots. Students should have spirals and at least 2 other techniques learned in class within their design. Students will smooth the inside of the coil pot as they build and have some smooth areas on the outside of the pot.
Thursday students will continue detailing their coil pots.
Friday will be the last day to work on coil pots. Students will make sure that they are well assembled and ready to dry. Students will carve their initials on the bottom of their coil pot and store on the cart.
Monday students will complete their coil pot sketches.
Tuesday students will go over clay procedures, clean up etc. Students will create the base of their coil pot and at least 1 coil. Students will score and slip the coil onto the base of the pot.
Wednesday and Thursday students will continue to create coils and attach them by scoring and slipping each piece to the coil pot.
Friday students will create spirals to add to their coil pots.
Monday students will attend a pep rally for the color battle.
Tuesday students will learn about coil pots and hand building with clay. Students will create a rough sketch of their unique coil pot.
Wednesday students will get their clay, put their names on their bags and begin creating a base and at least one coil.
Thursday and Friday students will continue to build their coil pots.
Monday students will review the principles of design and begin a worksheet describing and identifying principles in several images.
Tuesday students will complete the assignment.
Wednesday students will be attending a field trip tot the Booth Western Arts Museum.
Thursday studetns will be attending a performing arts program.
Friday students will have a free day on the field.
Monday students will finish their Civil Rights Movie posters, upload and share via the One Drive.
Tuesday students critique movie posters.
Wednesday we will finish the critique.
Thursday students will participate in a comic jam session with their peers.
Friday students will add color and value to their comics.
Monday and Tuesday students will look for images that symbolize the items on their brainstorming list to visualize their topic. Images will be saved to their student ID folders. Students will work on editing images individually with Pixlr.com photo editor. Each image will be renamed and saved to their student ID folders.
Wednesday through Friday students will "create a new image" by choosing a background image and bringing it in as a "layer" . All edited images will be brought in as "layers", placed, adjusted, sized to create their movie poster. Students will save their work in progress as a "layered PXD" to their student ID folders. Text will be added for the movie title, catch phrase, stars, etc. When finished, students will compress their layers to create a smaller image that won't take up as much memory. Work will be saved to their student ID folders as a jpeg and renamed, "Movie title, initials". Students will upload images to the One Drive and share with Mrs. MacJack using Office 365.
Monday through Wednesday students will research Georgia Studies topics about the Civil rights movement in the tech lab using their rubric.
Thursday and Friday students will learn about the elements of a movie poster. Students will create a lay-out plan for a movie poster. The poster should symbolize the topic that was chosen for research.
Monday and Tuesday students will finish their Art Poetry Fusion projects.
Wed through Friday students will create a Doodle for Google.
Monday students will finish drawing out the design for the Art Poetry Fusion project.
Tuesday through Thursday students should add the elements of value and color to their designs.
Friday students should creatively add their poem to their art work.
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