Art        Lesson Plan
Art Teacher:                                             Grade Level:             Date:
Mr. Glorvig...
Art      Lesson Plan

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005 Cubist Portrait

  1. 1. Art Lesson Plan Art Teacher: Grade Level: Date: Mr. Glorvigen Fifth Current Instructional Activities: Anticipatory Set/Hook Teacher Guided Practice Art QCC Standards Objectives Communicated FAVA 5.2 Topic: Artistic Skills and Knowledge: Creating, Performing, Producing Ongoing Art Objectives: The students are The teacher will give Standard: Plans, organizes, and creates artworks • Develop construction (cutting, gluing, asked to observe step by step instructions using: form, color expressing emotion, linear and make (guided practice) for the manipulating, etc.), drawing, painting, etc., perspective, proportion, contrast. (See Introduction: Matrix.) skills (Application, Synthesis; ongoing comments about a students to follow as objective, see art matrix). cubist painting(s). they complete the FAVA 5.3 Topic: Artistic Skills and Knowledge: Creating, Performing, Producing • Demonstrates proper care and safe use of drawing of their face. Standard: Creates artworks in the areas of drawing, art materials and tools (Application painting, sculpture, printmaking, pottery, fiber arts, Evaluation; ongoing objective; 5.5). The students will follow mixed media, and digital images. • Appraise/Evaluate artwork for quality the step by step (See Introduction: Matrix.) (thoughtfulness & carefulness) and instructions (guided FAVA 5.4 Topic: Artistic Skills and Knowledge: accuracy (following directions & project Creating, Performing, Producing practice) and then create guidelines) (ongoing). Standard: Creates a separate work of art that their cubist portrait with imitates nature (Realism), is concerned with design oil pastels. The and composition (Structuralism/Formalism), emphasis will be on expresses a feeling or emotion (Emotionalism/ Project Specific Objectives: distortion, emotions and Expressionism). • Create a cubist portrait with oil expression, not realism. FAVA 5.10 Topic: Critical Analysis and Aesthetic pastels. Understanding Standard: Analyzes proportion in artworks as the relationship of one part to another or in the whole. FAVA 5.15 Topic: Critical Analysis and Aesthetic Understanding Standard: Develops, judges, and communicates personal decisions about artwork. Objective Aligned with Standards: Create/compose/arrange a cubist portrait. 5th Grade Cubist Portrait Oil Pastels 1
  2. 2. Art Lesson Plan Higher-Order Thinking Questions: Differentiated Assessment Procedures: Lesson Closure Materials Homework Practice Activities: 1. From what direction/angle/point Differentiated activities As Needed: A review of today’s are largely determined As Needed: Sketch your of view are you seeing or lesson and a preview of Overhead Projector by independent skill the next. face by viewing this picture/image? level. 1. Worksheets and or tests transparency 2. How are you distorting the on the human face and looking in a Television mirror. human face? Low: cubism. DVD Player 3. Is the face distorted? Special point of view 2. The culminating Personality worksheet. Step by step activity: The cubist assistance by the Charts portrait. Examples teacher or student. Essential Question: Average: 3. Observation. Worksheets What is the cubist style? Teacher will start the Pencils & Erasers student with the 9 by 12 or other size drawing. Oil Pastels High: Picasso The student must Reproductions complete the entire self- Alexandra Nechita portrait. Video/DVD Resources Integrate Technology and/or Media 5th Grade Cubist Portrait Oil Pastels 2
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