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Students are divided into groups of three and instructed to illustrate the six different color harmonies using room templates provided by me. Students may also have the choice to design their own backdrop (room) to apply color to illustrate harmonies.
When illustrations are finished, the group is to analyze whether or not their depictions are correct. This is a group assignment and their success depends on one another.
Once all illustrations were finished and analyzed for accuracy, each group passed their six pictures to the right making sure their names are on their work without any written indication of what color scheme is besides for the illustration.
Using a rubric, students analyzed each illustration and determined the groups’ accuracy.
Once each group analyzed and completed the grading rubrics of the first group’s illustrations, we continued this rotation until every group assessed all illustrations in the classroom.
This unit has made me realize how interesting and fun it can be to incorporate art into my curriculum. I am very optimistic my students will enjoy this unit as we approach this coming school year. I am eager to incorporate the arts into other areas and units I teach, as it is a valuable element for learning.