5th Grade Curriculum<br />1<br />
5th Grade Curriculum in Symbolism and Elements<br /> <br />Table of Contents<br />Specifications………………………………………………………….3<b...
SpecificationsThemeSymbolism with the elements of art and design5th Grade36 weeks1.5 hours per week 2 days per week rotati...
Introduction <br /><ul><li>Project: Explore the elements of art
Essential Question: How and where do artists get their ideas?
Habits of mind: Exercising creativity
Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.4a
Requirements: Create a non-representational painting and apply the elements of color, line and form into a 3d       interp...
Goals: Student will create a non-representational image in 2d and 3d format
Skills: Building, bending, cutting, applying, painting
Elements: Line, shape, color, form
Materials: mixed media
Time Allotment: 1 week
References: Jackson Pollock, Alexander Calder
Assessment: Student critique
Cost: $</li></ul>4<br />
Mixed-media and elemental introduction<br />5<br />
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  1. 1. 5th Grade Curriculum<br />1<br />
  2. 2. 5th Grade Curriculum in Symbolism and Elements<br /> <br />Table of Contents<br />Specifications………………………………………………………….3<br />Introduction………………………………………..……………..……4<br />Unit I: Space, Shape, and Proportion…..……………………6<br />Unit II: Outline, Patterns, Reliefs….…….…………………….8<br />Unit IV: Line………………………………………………………….....10<br />Unit III: Value………………………………………………………..…12<br />Unit IV: Texture……………………………………………………....14<br />Unit V: Visual Culture Narration ……………………………..16<br />2<br />
  3. 3. SpecificationsThemeSymbolism with the elements of art and design5th Grade36 weeks1.5 hours per week 2 days per week rotationCost per Student: $ under $1.50$$ under $3.00$$$ over $4.00<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Introduction <br /><ul><li>Project: Explore the elements of art
  5. 5. Essential Question: How and where do artists get their ideas?
  6. 6. Habits of mind: Exercising creativity
  7. 7. Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.4a
  8. 8. Requirements: Create a non-representational painting and apply the elements of color, line and form into a 3d interpretation of painting
  9. 9. Goals: Student will create a non-representational image in 2d and 3d format
  10. 10. Skills: Building, bending, cutting, applying, painting
  11. 11. Elements: Line, shape, color, form
  12. 12. Materials: mixed media
  13. 13. Time Allotment: 1 week
  14. 14. References: Jackson Pollock, Alexander Calder
  15. 15. Assessment: Student critique
  16. 16. Cost: $</li></ul>4<br />
  17. 17. Mixed-media and elemental introduction<br />5<br />
  18. 18. Unit I <br />Space, Shape, and Proportion<br /><ul><li>Essential question: Can simple shapes create space, proportion, and symbolism?
  19. 19. Habits of Mind: Clarifying direction, express creativity
  20. 20. Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.4a, 1.4b, 2.3a,b,c
  21. 21. Goal: Students will design images using space, balance, proportion, and color
  22. 22. Requirements: Create a symbolic image with color. Representational and non-representational </li></ul>(figurative/non-figurative)<br /><ul><li>Skill: Drawing, Gluing, cutting, balance, design, craftsmanship, applying balance
  23. 23. Elements: shape, space, balance, proportion, color
  24. 24. Materials: coloredpaper, scissors, glue, pencil, eraser, (computer or smart board, if available)
  25. 25. Time:3weeks
  26. 26. Reference: Notan, international flags, and Matisse
  27. 27. Assessment: Peer and student self-assess
  28. 28. Cost: $$</li></ul>6<br />
  29. 29. Positive and negative space<br />Unit I<br />Space Shape Proportion<br />Symmetry and asymmetry<br />Proportion with shapes and color<br />7<br />
  30. 30. Unit II<br />Patterns, Yarn drawings, Reliefs<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How can an image contain the elements of art if it is distorted?
  31. 31. Habits of Mind: Exercising creativity and originality, Investigation of meaning.
  32. 32. PA Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4a, 9.4c,1.4b
  33. 33. Requirements: Use of balance, pattern, emphasis cutting, pasting for multiples and abstraction
  34. 34. Goal: Create patterns in shape, color, symbolism.
  35. 35. Skills: Create patterns using contour line elements
  36. 36. Elements: Line, shape, color, form, balance
  37. 37. Materials: pencils, markers, paper, cardboard, paint, glue, yarn, foil
  38. 38. References: Cave paintings, Middle Eastern art, Mexican art
  39. 39. Time allotment:6weeks
  40. 40. Assessment: Following directions, use of elements, craftsmanship, student and teacher critique
  41. 41. Cost: $ </li></ul>8<br />
  42. 42. Pattern design<br />Embossment and Relief<br />9<br />Unit II<br />Patterns <br />Yarn drawings Reliefs<br />
  43. 43. Unit III<br />Line and Dimension<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How do artists use line techniques to create an image?
  44. 44. Habits of Mind: Learning to use tools and materials. Learning the practices of an art form.
  45. 45. PA Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4a, 9.4c,1.4b
  46. 46. Requirements: Producecontour line drawings, 3d shapes, and still life of shapes in elliptical linear-perspective
  47. 47. Goal: Create line drawings and forms using contour line elements
  48. 48. Skills: Apply techniques in linear drawing, construction of form, and craftsmanship
  49. 49. Elements: line, proportion, shape, space, form
  50. 50. Materials: pencils, drawing paper, erasers, cardstock paper, scissors, and clear tape
  51. 51. Time allotment:7 weeks
  52. 52. References: MC Escher
  53. 53. Assessment: use of perspective, craftsmanship
  54. 54. Cost: $ </li></ul>10<br />
  55. 55. Unit III<br />Perspective<br />Contour<br />Ellipses<br />11<br />Contour Line and Elliptical Still Life<br />2D and 3D Shapes <br />
  56. 56. Unit IV <br />Value scales, spheres, simple still life<br /><ul><li>Essential Question:How can value, line, and texture create the illusion of form?
  57. 57. Habits of Mind: Follow directions, explore creativity and originality, deliberativeness
  58. 58. Pa Standards AH 9.1, 9.2. 9.3
  59. 59. Requirements: Create graded scale, sphere, and still life in the art element of value
  60. 60. Skills: Apply techniques of drawing in value scales, light and shadow, and objects’ relationships in space.
  61. 61. Goal: Create images with light and shadow, foreground, mid-ground, background, and atmospheric perspective
  62. 62. Elements: Line, shape, value
  63. 63. Materials: pencil-charcoal- pastel, paper, erasers
  64. 64. Time: 7 Weeks
  65. 65. Reference: Master drawings, Chris Van Allsburg
  66. 66. Assessment: craftsmanship, application of ideas, student, peer, and teacher
  67. 67. Cost: $</li></ul>12<br />
  68. 68. Unit IV <br />Value scales, Spheres, Simple still life<br />Value scale and sphere,<br />Geometric simple still life <br />13<br />
  69. 69. Unit V<br />Texture, Rubbings, and Collagraphs<br /><ul><li>Essential Question:How can value, line, and texture create the illusion of form?
  70. 70. Habits of Mind: Follow directions, explore creativity and originality, deliberativeness
  71. 71. Pa Standards: 9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. 3.1, 3.2, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
  72. 72. Requirements: Learn about different pencil, charcoal. Explore the materials.
  73. 73. Goal: Create images using texture and relief elements
  74. 74. Skills: Apply techniques of drawing, rubbing, and application of materials that create line and texture
  75. 75. Elements: Line, shape, color, form, texture
  76. 76. Materials- pencil-charcoal- pastel, paper, erasers
  77. 77. Time:4 Weeks
  78. 78. Reference: Master drawings, nature
  79. 79. Assessment: craftsmanship, application of ideas, student, peer, and teacher
  80. 80. Cost: $</li></ul>14<br />
  81. 81. 15<br />Unit V<br />Texture, Rubbings, and Collagraphs<br />
  82. 82. Unit VI<br /> Cultural collage, Narrative story board,<br /> Visual culture clay sculpture<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How many ways can artwork be narrative in connecting more than one idea?
  83. 83. Habits of Mind: Exercising creativity and originality
  84. 84. Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4a, 9.4c,1.4b
  85. 85. Requirements: Connect culture and visual elements through storytelling in a collage, storyboard, and 3D sculptures
  86. 86. Goal: Create narrative drawings, collages, and 3D
  87. 87. Skills: Investigation of meaning, craftsmanship, application of elements of art and design
  88. 88. Elements: Shape, form, line, texture, balance, rhythm, color
  89. 89. Materials: pencils, paper, magazines, newspaper, colored paper, cardboard, paint, glue, clay, and poster board
  90. 90. References: Harlem Renaissance, Comic books, Avatars
  91. 91. Time Allotment:8weeks
  92. 92. Assessment: originality, use of elements, craftsmanship
  93. 93. Cost: $ </li></ul>16<br />
  94. 94. Collage<br />Unit VI<br /> Visual Culture<br />Collage<br />Narration Sculpture<br />Clay characters<br />Story board<br />17<br />

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