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  1. 1. e law of balance and apply it to a visual artsdedcil, rubbergular set squaresssglueured pencilsedium level of difficulty. ••ts compose a balanced composition, insist ondy work area while they draw.teriaowing criteria. The student has:eted the activity.e necessary Technical Drawing instruments toetric figures.osed the drawing using the law of balance.ed project that is neat and tidy.ok, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)presenting and composing8/9/05 16:21 Página 130Objectives• To understand the concept of symmarts composition.• To turn in a finished project that isMaterials needed• Temperas, medium paint brush.• Thin-tipped black felt pen.Presentation• This task has a medium level of dif• This activity allows the students tsymmetries. They use this symmeaesthetic form.• To make well-defined symmetriesto keep their supports clean whileEvaluation criteriaAssess using the following criteria. Th1. Completed the activity creatively a2. Turned in a finished symmetrical cneat and tidy.(See Teachers Book, Introduction,6.2 Symmetrical smudgesGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 8/9/05 16:21 Página 131concept of radial symmetry and apply it to aedil, rubberf glueed pencilsium level of difficulty. ••draw a radial form using radial symmetry.m several times and colour the work usingn or coloured pencil techniques.the designs and glue them radially aroundmetry on Student’s Book, page 149.eriawing criteria. The student has:urately completed the rosette design.erstanding of radial symmetry.design that is creative, neat and tidy.k, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)dial symmetry8/9/05 16:21 Página 132Objective• To manipulate a work of art using different composing strategies.Materials needed• Graphite (2B) pencil, rubber• Tracing paper• Scissors and stick of glue• Felt pensPresentation• This activity has a medium level of difficulty. ••• Students will practise their composing and drawing skills.Observe them as they work to avoid any errors that mightdiscourage them.Evaluation criteriaAssess using the following criteria. The student has:1. Accurately and creatively completed the task.2. Applied the composing concepts learned in the unit.3. Turned in a finished project that is accurate, neat and tidy.(See Teachers Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)6.5 Interpreting a paintingGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 8/9/05 16:21 Página 134ARTYour tasks: 6.1 Representing and composing, 6.2 Symmetrical smudges,6.3 Radial symmetry, 6.5 Interpreting a painting.Deadline: 31st MayVisit our blog: visualartsinmadrid.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Objectives• To understand the concepts of depth and volume.• To use different techniques to create depth and volume in two-dimensional compositions.• To practise working with flat coloured spots and coloured cross-hatching.Materials needed• Newspapers, magazines, catalogues• Graphite pencil and rubber eraser• Coloured pencilsPresentation• This activity has a medium level of difficulty. ••• This task provides the opportunity for a more in-depth look atthe concepts presented in the unit. Although it is principally anextension activity, all students can complete it.Evaluation criteriaAssess the activity using the following criteria. The student has:1. Mastered the concept of colour successfully.2. Applied knowledge of colouring and shading techniques to aspecific task.3. Used coloured pencils to solve specific artistic problems.4. Turned in a finished project that is accurate, neat and tidy.(See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)4.4 Creating depth85GUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 1º. 11/7/05 11:25 Página 85Objectives• To understand the techniques of overlapping, contact andseparation of shapes and use them correctly to create a feelingof depth.• To put into practise the knowledge acquired about space,volume and the relation between flat shapes to create acomposition.Materials needed• Coloured paper• Graphite pencil (2B) and rubber eraser• Scissors, stick of gluePresentation• This activity has a low level of difficulty. •• This is principally a reinforcement activity geared towardsstudents who have difficulties with the unit concepts: space,volume and the relation between flat shapes. The studentsshould follow the instructions as they appear in the activity,without applying additional volume techniques.Evaluation criteriaAssess the activity using the following criteria. The student has:1. Understood the methods for creating depth and used themcorrectly.2. Demonstrated they have mastered the concepts related tospace and volume.3. Creatively applied the relationship between flat shapes to theirown work of art.4. Turned in a finished project that is accurate, neat and tidy.(See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)4.5 Other techniques to create depth86GUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 1º. 11/7/05 11:25 Página 86Objectives• To revise the concepts of space, volume and depth.• To apply correctly the methods of intersection, transparencyand objects passing through each other.• To use the unit concepts to create compositions with geometricfigures.Materials needed• Coloured card• Graphite pencil (HB) and rubber eraser• Compass and ruler• 45º and 60º triangular set squares• Scissors, stick of gluePresentation• This task has a low level of difficulty. •• As with the previous activity, this is intended to be areinforcement activity to practise the unit concepts related tospace, volume and the relation between flat shapes. Thestudents should follow the instructions as they appear, withoutapplying additional volume techniques.Evaluation criteriaAssess the activity using the following criteria. The student has:1. Applied the required technique correctly to create depth.2. Used geometric figures and concepts from the unit to create anurban landscape.3. Turned in a finished project that is accurate, neat and tidy.(See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)4.6 A composition using geometric figuresGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 1º. 11/7/05 11:25 Página 87Objectives• To understand the concept of horizontal lines and use it tocreate a sense of depth.• To apply the techniques necessary to achieve a sensation ofdepth.Materials needed• Coloured card• Graphite pencil (HB) and rubber eraser• Compass and ruler• 45º and 60º triangular set squares• Scissors, stick of gluePresentation• This task has a low level of difficulty. •• This reinforcement activity provides more practice of theconcepts of space and volume. The students should follow theinstructions as they appear in the activity, without applyingadditional techniques to create volume.Evaluation criteriaAssess the activity using the following criteria. The student has:1. Achieved a sense of volume by correctly using horizontal lines.2. Applied techniques such as changes in size, overlapping orcontrasting of tones to create the image of a billiard table.3. Turned in a finished project that is accurate, neat and tidy.(See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.)4.7 Using the horizontal line to create depthGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 1º. 11/7/05 11:25 Página 88ARTYour tasks: 4.4 Creating depth, 4.5 Other techniques to create depth,4.6 A composition using geometric figures, 4.7 Using the horizontal line to create depth.Deadline: 31st MayVisit our blog: visualartsinmadrid.blogspot.com

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