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  • 1. Art 2.0
  • 2. Essential Questions What do students need to know and be able to do? How will we know students have learned? How will we respond when students lave not learned? How will we respond when students already know what we intend to teach?
  • 3. Outcomes As a result of our work today... ‣ We welcome Angelaof assessment. with us regarding the topic Maiers to consult ‣ We will see mock assessment plans for our district to look at. ‣ We will see sample of art assessments and continue our research of the topic. ‣ We will write samples of art assessment questions to be used in our curriculum. By the end of today you will have several mock art questions written in your content area.
  • 4. Today’s Schedule Topic Presenter/Facilitator Time Allocated Welcome • Today’s Outcomes Angela, Jessica, • Follow up from last time: How do 7:30 - 8:00 your values match our goals? and Jackie • What could an assessment plan look like? A few mock proposals. Dr. Wendt Q&A Session Dr. Wendt 8:00 - 9:00 BREAK Whole Group: Writing Assessments • Angela: Sharing and Modeling art examples of art assessments questions. Angela and Group 9:00 - 11:00 • Writing art questions together as a team
  • 5. Presenter/ Topic Facilitator Time Allocated Potluck Lunch (at Annex) Group 11 - 12 Art Activity OR Browse PDF Group 12:00 - 12:30 Small Group Work with Angela - 30 Minute Slots •K-5 • 6 -8 •9 • 10 - 12 Angela and Group 12:30 - 2:30 ( Break when your group needs to) Closing and Wrap-Up Digital Portfolios and Wiki as a resource Angela 2:30 - 3:00 Where do we go from here? K -12 Art Show Jessica and Jackie 3:00 - 3:30
  • 6. Art Assessment 2.0
  • 7. What are we testing?
  • 8. The shoe company owner requires that your drawing demonstrates an understanding of line, value, and texture. The owner will give you time to sketch your plan and create your drawing. Then, you will need to identify these elements used in your drawing. Your shoe design and response will be presented to the shoe company owner for final approval.
  • 9. The shoe company owner explains that you must meet the following task requirements when creating the illustration of your shoe: • Use a pencil to draw an outline (contour line) of the sports/tennis shoe. • Work large, from direct observation, and ll the page. • Use lines to create at least six basic shapes you see inside the shoe (for example, sole, heel, toe, ankle support, tongue, shoelaces, or hook-and-loop closures). • Create values and textures that add details to your shoe. (The white of the paper will not be considered a value or a texture.) • Use repetition of four line types (horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved, zigzag) throughout your design. • Use line types to make three different values (light, medium, dark) in your design. • Use line types to make three of the following different textures (techniques to create textures are: stippling, hatching, cross hatching, scribbling, broken lines, repeating lines and shapes) in your design. • Use your imagination to name your shoe. The shoe company owner explains that you must meet the following requirements when responding to your shoe illustration: • Name the shoe and explain why you gave it this name. • Draw and name four line types used in your illustration. • Draw and name three different values (light, medium, dark) you used in your illustration.
  • 10. Use a pencil to draw an outline (contour line) of the sports/tennis shoe. Work large, from direct observation, and ll the page. • • Use lines to create at least six basic shapes you see inside the shoe (for example, sole, heel, toe, ankle support, tongue, shoelaces, or hook-and-loop closures). • Create values and textures that add details to your shoe. (The white of the paper will not be considered a value or a texture.) • Use repetition of four line types (horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved, zigzag) throughout your design. • Use line types to make three different values (light, medium, dark) in your design. • Use line types to make three of the following different textures (techniques to create textures are: stippling, hatching, cross hatching, scribbling, broken lines, repeating lines and shapes) in your design. • Use your imagination to name your shoe. The shoe company owner explains that you must meet the following requirements when responding to your shoe illustration: • Name the shoe and explain why you gave it this name.
  • 11. Nouns VS VERBS
  • 12. Students will be able to: Creating Performing Analyzing Evaluating Comparing Synthesizing Contributing
  • 13. What are we testing?
  • 14. Nouns or VERBS
  • 15. NEW QUESTIONS
  • 16. Sample Question Characteristics: -Characteristics of a Medium, Genre, Form -Infer Setting and Background -Data of artist -Core Vocabulary and language used in the arts -Role of audience and viewer -Creating performing AND responding
  • 17. Describe the technique the artist used? How does symmetry impact the message of the image? Where would you most likely see this technique? What artists are most known for including symmetry in their work? Which of the following artists are not known for using symmetry?
  • 18. Carefully study the drawing: In ve minutes describe the techniques the artist used and three ways it caused as sense of________. Sketch a contrasting techniques drawing attentions to____________________. What was most successful about the drawing you created? Why? If you had additional time , what changes would you make to this image? ..
  • 19. SAMPLE QUESTIONS
  • 20. •Which of the following is an element? •Which is a principle of design? •This drawing is an example of_____? •The image in this picture is from ____period? •This picture represents which culture? •Which statement describes the similarity between______ and _________? •Describe the differences when looking at____? •Which of the two characteristics denotes_____?
  • 21. About the Art Describe time period of art? The piece is a painting, sculpture...? Identify one characteristic that de nes it to be ____. The artist, Monet, uses ______ to ______. Which following is not a technique used by _______.
  • 22. About the Artist Which following practices would Monet most likely... How would _____ describe the role of ______? An artist in the initial stage of planning would_____ Monet’s intention was _____
  • 23. About Genre Symmetry would be the most appropriate technique to create _____ Which following techniques are characteristics of _______ Which following developments has it’s origins in _______
  • 24. Putting it All Together
  • 25. This work best demonstrates the power of visual image to: The Following technique is characteristic of______ An artist in the initial states of planning, would begin process by____ This piece is most similar to______ An artist using this technique would typically use which tools and materials to add dimension to the work?
  • 26. Remember, branding yourslf is so very important. I am not simply branding this blog, but all of my professional endeavors. Just like on the show “What Not to Wear”.. Although whats on the inside matters most you can’t always get to it if the outside is unapproachable.
  • 27. Creating Score - 4 3 2 1 0 Performing Score - Performing Score - 4 3 2 1 0 4 Creating Score - 4 3 3 2 1 0 2 1 0 Responding Score - 4 3 2 1 0 Responding Score - 4 3 2 1 0
  • 28. Students are asked to create a decorative tile for a proposed border design for an aquarium. The tile will have relief, decorative rhythms, patterns and aquarium themed animals. Students will be assessed in the use of additive and subtractive relief, pattern, and rhythm using the elements and principles of design.
  • 29. Students are asked to create a realistic illustration of a bird’s nest with speci ed features for a national conservation magazine. Student will be assessed on the application of the elements of visual art using the creative process.
  • 30. Students are asked to create a realistic and still life composition of an arrangement of fruits and/or vegetables for the front cover of a new vegetarian cookbook. Students will be assessed on their application of the elements and principles of design.
  • 31. YOUR TURN
  • 32. Do your questions include these VERBS: Describe Draw Create Identify Interpret Make Intellectual Selections Generate Compare Express Demonstrate Explain Respect Evaluate Recognize
  • 33. Sample Question Characteristics: -Characteristics of a Medium, Genre, Form -Infer Setting and Background -Data of artist -Core Vocabulary and language used in the arts -Role of audience and viewer -Creating performing AND responding