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Eight Grade Art Curriculum Map

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  • 1. Art Curriculum Map2008-09 By the end of the year, the students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade will have accomplished all of the following performance objectives. Priority Standards Specific Performance ObjectivesVA- S1C1: The student will develop, revise, and reflect on ideas for PO 201. Contribute to a discussion about ideas for his or her own artwork.expression in his or her own artwork. (sketches, brainstorm) PO 202. Make and explain revisions in his or her own artwork. PO 203. Develop plans for his or her own artwork (e.g., sketches).VA-S1C2: The student will use materials, tools, and techniques in his or PO 201. Identify and experiment with materials, tools (crayons scissors, glue, paint,her own artwork. color pencils, rulers, paper, clay, pastels, clay tools), and techniques (color mixing, proper tool use, cutting, folding tracing, drawing, coil, pinch pots, slab, glaze, fire) appropriately and expressively in his or her own artwork. PO 202. Use materials, tools (crayons, scissors, glue, tempera, watercolor, paper, brushes, color pencils, markers, print foam, paper mache) and techniques (print making, sculpture, drawing, weaving, collage) appropriately in his or her own artwork.VA-S1C3: The student will use elements of art and principles of design PO 201. Identify, select, and use elements (shape, color, texture, line, value) andin his or her own artwork. principles (repetition, balance, symmetry, unity, movement, proportion, variety) to organize the composition in his or her own artwork.VA-S1C5: The student will apply criteria to assess the quality of in- PO 201. Identify successful aspects of his or her own artwork and possible revisions.progress and finished artwork.VA-S2C1: The student will describe the role that art plays in culture and PO 201. Contribute to a discussion about who artists are, what they do, and why theyhow it reflects, records, and interacts with history in create art.various times, places, and traditions. PO 205. Make connections between art and other curricular areas (e.g., science, language, math). PO 206. Discuss how multicultural artworks reflect, ideas, images and symbols from the culture within which they were made.VA-S2C2: The student will identify/analyze the use of materials, tools, PO 201. Identify the relationship between tools (crayons, scissors, glue, paint, colorand techniques in artwork. pencils, rulers, paper, brushes, clay, pastels, clay tools), materials, and/or techniques (color mixing, proper tool use, cutting, folding tracing, drawing, coil, pinch pots, glaze, fire).VA-S2C4: The student will interpret meanings or purposes of artwork PO 201. Interpret meanings and/or purposes of an artwork using subject matter,based on contextual information. symbols, and/or themes.Isaac School District 1 2008
  • 2. Art Curriculum Map2008-09 By the end of the year, the students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade will have accomplished all of the following performance objectives. Priority Standards Specific Performance ObjectivesVA-S2C5: The student will investigate and /or speculate about what PO 202. Demonstrate respect while responding to others’ artwork.characteristics in artworks are valued by various cultures. PO 203. Compare the characteristics of artworks valued by diverse cultures.VA-S3C1: The student will justify general conclusions about the nature PO 201. Form and support opinions about art (e.g., what art is and why it isand value of art. important). PO 203. Discuss reasons why people value art (e.g., sentimental, financial, religious, political, and historical).VA-S3C2: The student will reflect on, and determine how materials, PO 202. Develop and use criteria to evaluate craftsmanship in antools, and techniques affect meanings, purposes, and value in artworks. artwork.VA-S3C3: The student will judge the effectiveness of the artist’s use of PO 201. Describe an artist’s use of elements (shape, color, texture, line, value) andelements of art and principles of design in communicating meanings principles (repetition, balance, symmetry, unity, movement, proportion, variety) inand/or purposes, in artworks. an artwork that supports its meaning and/or purpose.VA-S3C4: The student will judge an artist’s success in communicating PO 201. Discuss how an artist uses subject matter, symbols, and/or themes tomeaning or purpose in their artwork. communicate meaning and/or purpose in an artwork.VA-S3C5: The student will apply criteria for judging the quality of PO 203. Use established criteria to make and support a judgment about the quality ofspecific artwork. an artwork.Isaac School District 2 2008

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