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  • 1. art of portraiture
  • 2. purpose Introduce students to the basics of human portraiture. Enhance their ability to draw the human face with correct proportions and features.
  • 3. target audience Middle school students with limited art experience
  • 4. desired outcomes Get away from “cartoon” faces. Understand the basics of portraiture Successfully draw the outline of the human face and its features
  • 5. constraints Students lack classical training Students exude bad drawing habits Students lack faith in their drawing ability
  • 6. delivery Interactive Web-based lesson Interactive PowerPoint lesson WebQuest
  • 7. pedagogy Encourage Active Learning Emphasize Time on Task Communicate High Expectations
  • 8. strategy Legible and Visually Organized Navigation Provided for Ease of Use Presented in a Logical Format
  • 9. instruction Cognitive Affective Psychomotor
  • 10. design Storyboard Layout Interactivity
  • 11. integration
  • 12. formative Continual Review of Content and Functionality Target Audience Testing
  • 13. summative Students will submit a portrait for review
  • 14. demonstration http://www.slideshare.net/ ander2bc/the-art-of-portraiture
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  • 40. survey Art of Portraiture Survey http://surveymonkey.com/s/52LQL8c
  • 41. findings All activities, tasks and assessments align with learning objectives and standards. Information is organized in a clear, logical way. The assessment appropriately assessed students’ ability to meet the objectives. The graphics and animation assist in presenting an overall theme and enhance understanding of concepts, ideas and relationships.
  • 42. findings All activities, tasks and assessment directions are written clearly. The project is easy to navigate. The project improved your ability to draw a human face. This is a valuable resource for teaching.
  • 43. conclusion This product successfully introduces students to the basics of portraiture. This product shows to enhance students’ ability to draw the human face with correct proportions and features.