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  1. 1. Welcome Back! Find your name on the desk and take a seat there. Please have a pen or pencil handy. STUDIO ARTMRS. DUCKWORTH ROOM 003
  2. 2. FIRE DRILLS & PHONES Fire Drill route…  North Wing Parking Lot  Parking spot #20 Leave your phone in the room
  3. 3. ABOUT ME Did you know?... My artwork
  4. 4. Mrs. Duckworth Creative Portfolio 4
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  19. 19. What is Studio Art? The Syllabus STUDIO ART FULL YEAR, 1 CREDIT COURSE,REQUIRED FOR REGENTS DIPLOMA
  20. 20. MATERIALS Binder (1 ½”-2”)  3 prongs  2 pockets  5-tabbed dividers  Lined paper, approx. 50 sheets
  21. 21. MATERIALS Sketchbook – min 8” x 10”, max 9” x 12”, with at least 50 pages
  22. 22. MATERIALS #2 Pencils – at least 4 Drawing/sketching pencil pack with sharpener and erasers
  23. 23. MATERIALS Optional: Binder pencil case
  24. 24. MATERIALS You are responsible for keeping an art binder. Each course paper will have an appropriate space. Can be used in future art classes you take. Periodic checks of your binder’s organization will be given throughout the year – both announced and unannounced. Must have art binder, sketchbook, pencils, erasers and sharpener in every class. If you forget, you will lose points on your weekly process grade.
  25. 25. RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK & PROPERTY You are responsible for knowing where your art binder, sketchbook, materials, projects are at all times. Cubby should store all of these items. Periodic cubby checks will take place. At times you may be asked to put your work in another area of the room for storage or drying. You are responsible for knowing where you put your work.
  26. 26. RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK & PROPERTY Put your name on EVERYTHING to keep track of your projects and supplies. The teacher is not responsible for lost work that you did not directly hand to her. You are responsible for turning in completed worksheets, sketchbooks and projects on time and in the appropriate location based on instructions given at the due date. When work has been assessed it will be returned directly to you for storage in your art binder/cubby or taken home.
  27. 27. DEADLINES, LATE WORK Due date given at the start of each assignment Expected that you will work both in class and outside of class if necessary Points deducted for late projectsBehind on a project? See me about taking project & materials home Sign-up to finish it during Advisory, Academic Study or Activity Period
  28. 28. LATE WORKWon’t complete assignment on time? Your responsibility to communicate with me in advance of the due date with a valid explanation of why you need more time If you have not worked to your fullest potential or made full use of class time you will not be allowed extra time to complete the assignment Assignments can not be turned after a 10-week marking period
  29. 29. ASSIGNMENTS Quizzes & Tests
  30. 30. ASSESSMENTQuizzes & Tests: There won’t be many Some will be graded, some will not Worth 20% of your overall grade
  31. 31. ASSIGNMENTS 4-6 large scale unit projects
  32. 32. ASSESSMENTProducts/Projects: Rubrics provided at the beginning of all projects outlining how they will be graded Grades based on how fully you satisfied the expectations of the project, level of effort, creative solution to the problem and your use of all the time and materials provided Projects can be resubmitted within 2 weeks Worth 40% of overall grade 30-60 possible points
  33. 33. ASSIGNMENTS  Weekly process and participation grades
  34. 34. ASSESSMENTWeekly Process & Participation: Given weekly based on your work ethic and activities during class time Worth 40% of overall grade 20 possible points Includes daily warm-ups and reflections, art cards and art history research assignments See weekly rubric for expectations and requirements
  35. 35. WEEKLY PROCESS & PARTICIPATION Because we do not have projects due each week,you will receive a weekly process and participationgrade.
  36. 36. WEEKLY PROCESS & PARTICIPATION Because we do not have projects due eachweek, you will receive a weekly process andparticipation grade. At the end of each week you will receive a gradeout of 20 points based on an assessment of yourparticipation and work ethic in each class.
  37. 37. WEEKLY PROCESS & PARTICIPATION Because we do not have projects due eachweek, you will receive a weekly process andparticipation grade. At the end of each week you will receive a gradeout of 20 points based on an assessment of yourparticipation and work ethic in each class. In order for your skills to improve in thiscourse, you must gain an understanding of theinformation provided and practice the techniquesand processes introduced. Class time is provided tolearn these skills and it is essential you use this time
  38. 38. WEEKLY PROCESS & PARTICIPATION Because we do not have projects due eachweek, you will receive a weekly process andparticipation grade. At the end of each week you will receive a gradeout of 20 points based on an assessment of yourparticipation and work ethic in each class. In order for your skills to improve in thiscourse, you must gain an understanding of theinformation provided and practice the techniquesand processes introduced. Class time is provided tolearn these skills and it is essential you use this timewisely. The weekly grade is meant to reflect the credit youhave earned for the skills you demonstrate within
  39. 39. WEEKLY GRADE, 20 PTS During class you have exceeded expectations and excelled in your effort. You complete your class assignments and begin research or preparations for upcoming projects, help your peers, thoroughly clean your area, etc. (19-20 pts) During class you have put forth your best effort. You complete the work assigned and clean your area fully, but do not go above and beyond what is required of you. (11-18 pts) During class time you socialize, play on the web, do your math homework… or anything that is not your class projects. You will receive an automatic 0 for skipping class. (0-10 pts)
  40. 40. ASSIGNMENTS Daily warm-ups and reflections Art Cards with vocabulary and process experimentation
  41. 41. ASSIGNMENTS Sketchbook assignments related to individual projects
  42. 42. ASSIGNMENTS Art historical research homework assignments
  43. 43. ASSESSMENTSketchbooks, Art Cards, Art HistoryResearch: To learn more in-depth about art techniques/concepts and to prepare for larger projects. Important to save and organize all classwork, homework and projects. Serve as a record of what you’ve learned and a reference tool for future art classes. Included in your Process & Participation
  44. 44. EXTRA CREDIT For students in good standing  Nomissing work  Good behavior  Complete all projects on time Extra credit will range from helping with additional clean up, to researching an artist or technique, to helping prepare for a project or art exhibition. Extra credit opportunities will be posted or announced in class…or, if you’re ahead on a project, see me.
  45. 45. CLEAN-UP & MAINTENANCEClean-up OWN workspace 5-10 minutes priorto the end of the block (when I tell you!!!) picking up all materials and returning them to their proper locations, i.e. where you got them from washing tables, chairs, tools, sinks, floor… logging off and returning computers (if used) tucking in chairs/stoolsClean-up early = stay extra time to assist inadditional clean-up tasks
  46. 46. CLEAN-UP & MAINTENANCE Clean up jobs may be assigned and rotated throughout the year. Everyone must complete their clean up task after cleaning their own workspace. Personal belongings placed underneath seat. Daily supplies should be on your desk when the bell rings – this means getting out your binder, sketchbook and pencils from your cubby on your way into class!
  47. 47. MAINTENANCE No food or drink is to be consumed in the art room at any time during the day If you have food or drink with you when you enter the room you must leave them by the door until the end of class
  48. 48. OVERALL EXPECTATIONS Victor Central Schools Code of Conduct applies in all of my classes  See Agendas for full rules and expectations My class rule: RESPECT
  49. 49. DAILY EXPECTATIONS When the bell rings to START class:  In seats, quiet and ready to begin class
  50. 50. DAILY EXPECTATIONS When the bell rings to START class:  In seats, quiet and ready to begin class When the bell rings to END class:  In seats, cleaned up, ready to tuck chairs in and leave
  51. 51. DAILY EXPECTATIONS When the bell rings to START class:  In seats, quiet and ready to begin class When the bell rings to END class:  In seats, cleaned up, ready to tuck chairs in and leave Lateness  Unexcused and repeated will result in contact home
  52. 52. DAILY EXPECTATIONS When the bell rings to START class:  In seats, quiet and ready to begin class When the bell rings to END class:  In seats, cleaned up, ready to tuck chairs in and leave Lateness  Unexcused and repeated will result in contact home Absences  Must be excused and legitimate  Attendance lists are checked daily  You are responsible for making up class work and reviewing materials discussed in class  Students found skipping are given a ‘0’ for their weekly grade
  53. 53. DAILY EXPECTATIONS No cell phones in class at any time
  54. 54. DAILY EXPECTATIONS No cell phones in class at any time Using cell phone = taken away and given to the ISS teacher until the end of the day
  55. 55. DAILY EXPECTATIONS No cell phones in class at any time Using cell phone = taken away and given to the ISS teacher until the end of the day iPods OK only during work times and provided you can still hear me while using them
  56. 56. IPODS OK OR NOT OK??? Check daily agenda…Today is OK, after initial instruction No iPods today
  57. 57. COMPUTER PATHSAll projects & assignments are posted onShared Files and my websitePathway to Course Files: Shared Files  High School  DuckworthS  Studio Art  Current Project NameWeb:http://duckworthstudioart.blogspot.com/
  58. 58. COMPUTER PATHSComputer work completed in class saved toyour student server space…NOT THEDESKTOP!Pathway to Drop Box for Submitting Projects: Shared Files  High School  DuckworthS  Drop Box  Your Block Class  Your Last Name
  59. 59. COMMUNICATION Email:DuckworthS@victorschools.org Web:http://duckworthstudioart.blogspot.com Phone:924-3252 x5003
  60. 60. HOMEWORK: ASSIGNMENT 1 Bring home syllabus to review with parent/guardian – see this PowerPoint on website Sign Studio Art Agreement and return it to me Cut out Student and Parent Reference Sheet and give to your parents to put in appropriate place for reference Get parent/guardian’s name, phone number and email address on Contact Information sheet and return to me Bring in all required materials Due: Start of next class…easy 10 points!
  61. 61. NOW WHAT? Let’s draw  Get out a pencil, or pen if you don’t have one  Use the paper provided to you, 2 sheets  Write full name & class block on both sheets  Drawthe object given to you for half of the remaining class time – SILENTLY  Spend the rest of class time drawing the same object on the 2nd piece of paper – TALKING QUIETLY TO YOUR NEIGHBOR IF YOU CHOOSE

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