Students will learn about Social Justice Art. Students will work collaboratively to decide on a social justice topic they would like to research in groups.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will work together to gather 10 facts about their topic using technology. Students will need to create an opening question about their topic and a resolution or answer for the conclusion of their presentation.
Thursday and Friday students will begin creating their visual presentations.
Students will finish up their rough sketches on Monday.
Tuesday is the awards ceremony.
Wednesday through Friday students will work on their final drawing for the Architectural or Book Illustration project.
Students will begin research for a Book Illustration project or Architectural Illustration project. They will need to follow their hand out to complete the research portion of the assignment.
Wednesday students will begin their rough sketches of their book cover or architectural illustration.
Thursday rough sketches should be complete.
Friday students will begin final drawings.
Students will continue to work on their paper about the illustration career they have chosen. Students will use the Writing Across the Curriculum rubric to make sure they include what is needed for their paper.
Students will take a pre-test to assess their knowledge of art careers. After, students will research illustration careers using the I Pad. Students will work collaboratively with their peers to answer the questions on their hand out.
Friday, students will choose one of the illustration careers to research. They will use the I Pad to find information about what it takes to become successful in that field. Students will write at least 3-5 paragraphs explaining the education requirements, experience, skills, etc. required for that career.
Students will be finishing up their Immigration Travel Brochures using Microsoft Publisher this week.
Monday students will discuss travel brochures and what information is used to attract travelers to their country. Students will think about a country they would like to live in and start to research immigration requirements to live in that country. All student information will be saved to their student ID number on a Word Document. A hand out will be given as an instructional guide for this project.
Tuesday and Wednesday students will continue to research information about the country of their choice. Pictures of landmarks and tourist attractions must be included. All images should be saved to the student ID number as a jpeg.
Thursday and Friday students will begin using Microsoft Publisher to create a tri-fold brochure to attract immigrants to their country. Students should use their hand outs for the step by step process using Publisher.
Monday students will finish drawing their designs on their cards.
Tuesday students will begin adding the elements of color and value with watercolor paints and colored pencils. Students will decide how they are going to show the principle of emphasis in their card design.
Wednesday and Thursdsay students will continue to work on adding color, value and emphasis to their design.
Friday we will talk about seasonal greeting card messages. Students will add a messages to the inside of the card.
Monday students will begin brainstorming ideas for a Seasonal Greeting Card project. Students will create a list of at least 6 winter symbols and 2 symbols for Barber Braves. When finished, students will continue to work on their Google Doodles which are due Wednesday.
Tuesday students will problem solve to create a design using their symbols on their brainstorming lists. They must creatively incorporate the Barber Braves in their artwork.
Wednesday students will continue to sketch their designs.
Thursday students should begin final drawings, lightly, with pencil.
Friday students may use watercolors and colored pencils to add the elements of value and color to their designs.
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