Ceramics Lidded clay box / jar                                 Into to Clay / Ceramics Unit                               ...
7th & 8th gradeCeramic jar examples
Worksheet Part I: Project Standards
Standards• [] Standard 9 - Students develop and apply skills  using a variety of two dimensional and three  dimensional me...
Standards• [] Standard 8 - Students understand and  apply elements and principles of design  effectively in their work.  –...
Standards• [] Standard 4 - Students identify and apply criteria to make  informed judgements about art.   – [ART.8.4.1] Id...
Examples
Worksheet Part II:Project Requirements
Project Requirements                            Ceramic box with lid1.   Box must be textured on at least 2 or more sides2...
Examples
Worksheet Part III:  Sculpture Terms            http://www.southernhighlandguild.org/event_photos/8424                    ...
Sculpture terms         **These terms will be on your FINAL EXAM!**• Additive- Adding / building pieces onto  the sculptur...
Examples
Examples
Worksheet Part IV:      Steps
Steps1. Wedge your clay2. Form your box by tapping and / or sculpting into desired shape / form3. Texture the sides4. Wind...
•   http://www.shorelines-gallery.com/content/products/raku/images/Clay-                                                  ...
Worksheet Part V:                                          Brainstorming Designhttp://www.piedmontcraftsmen.org/blog/uploa...
Critique• Refer to Art Criticism worksheet          & the 4 steps of art criticism:     •   Description     •   Analysis  ...
Respect your work & work of others Vandalism will not be tolerated!
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
Lidded clay box or jar
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  1. 1. Ceramics Lidded clay box / jar Into to Clay / Ceramics Unit Melissa Rhinehart MSED http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.shalanah.com/waconia-ceramics/images/box- 02.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.shalanah.com/waconia-ceramics/gallery.php&usg=__3XjY8YlF3mogtc477V- lmnKcsCE=&h=500&w=332&sz=71&hl=en&start=65&itbs=1&tbnid=apszsPj9RpXmQM:&tbnh=130&tbnw=86&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dcla y%2Bboxes%26gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D20%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26start%3D60 http://www.shalanah.com/waconia-ceramics/images/box-02.jpg
  2. 2. 7th & 8th gradeCeramic jar examples
  3. 3. Worksheet Part I: Project Standards
  4. 4. Standards• [] Standard 9 - Students develop and apply skills using a variety of two dimensional and three dimensional media, tools, and processes to create works that communicate personal meaning. – [ART.8.9.1] Selectively utilize the visual characteristics and expressive features of a given medium to enhance meaning in their work. – [ART.8.9.2] Demonstrate appropriate use of different media, techniques, and processes to communicate themes and ideas in their work. » [7-8] Demonstrates ceramics techniques. » [7-8] Demonstrates sculpture techniques. » [7-8] Demonstrates painting techniques.
  5. 5. Standards• [] Standard 8 - Students understand and apply elements and principles of design effectively in their work. – [ART.8.8.1] Apply elements and principles in their work to effectively communicate their ideas. • [2-HS] Uses the elements of art: line, space, shape, form, texture, color and value, effectively in design • [2-HS] Uses the principles of art: proportion, balance, unity, variety, emphasis, pattern, rhythm, and repetition effectively in design. • [K-HS] Creates art to communicate ideas.
  6. 6. Standards• [] Standard 4 - Students identify and apply criteria to make informed judgements about art. – [ART.8.4.1] Identify and define the role of the art critic. • [K-8] Critics are people who study the work of artists and share their ideas so we can see more in the work. • [8] There are four steps to critiquing artwork: describing, analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating. – [ART.8.4.2] Apply criteria in making informed judgments about works of art and defend these judgments. • [K-8] Artwork is valuable in a variety of ways. • [F-8] Express feelings about art work.
  7. 7. Examples
  8. 8. Worksheet Part II:Project Requirements
  9. 9. Project Requirements Ceramic box with lid1. Box must be textured on at least 2 or more sides2. Lid must have a jagged cut to keep lid from sliding off3. Walls of clay box (sides, top & bottom) must be thin & even thickness using the subtractive method to scoop out clay.4. Box must have feet to stand on utilizing the additive method.5. All added clay pieces must be slipped, scored & sealed. Nothing falling off or cracks / seams are visible.
  10. 10. Examples
  11. 11. Worksheet Part III: Sculpture Terms http://www.southernhighlandguild.org/event_photos/8424 web.jpg
  12. 12. Sculpture terms **These terms will be on your FINAL EXAM!**• Additive- Adding / building pieces onto the sculpture such as feet, handles, knobs, head, hands, tails, etc…with clay you must slip, score & seal these on.• Subtractive- taking away from the sculpture through cutting or carving to create your object, texture, pattern or design. • http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.shalanah.com/wa conia-ceramics/images/box- 02.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.shalanah.com/waconia- ceramics/gallery.php&usg=__3XjY8YlF3mogtc477V- lmnKcsCE=&h=500&w=332&sz=71&hl=en&start=65&itbs=1&tbnid=ap szsPj9RpXmQM:&tbnh=130&tbnw=86&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dclay% 2Bboxes%26gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D20%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%2 6start%3D60
  13. 13. Examples
  14. 14. Examples
  15. 15. Worksheet Part IV: Steps
  16. 16. Steps1. Wedge your clay2. Form your box by tapping and / or sculpting into desired shape / form3. Texture the sides4. Wind yarn tightly around fingers like dental floss5. Pull yarn UNEVENLY through clay to create a jagged lock and key cut for the lid6. Draw a line ¼” in from the outside edge of box7. Use the subtractive method to scoop out clay from inside the line you drew and form thin, even walls on your box & lid.8. Use the additive method to add clay onto your box by slipping, scoring and sealing to attach feet, handles, knobs, arms, and / or other features.9. Scratch your first & last name into the bottom of the box.10. Wrap in plastic if unfinished or sit on shelf / showcase if completely finished11. Clean up all clay crumbs, wash tools & hands in bucket then wash with soap & water in the sink12. Clay can NOT go down the drain. It will clog it!13. Wipe off desk / work area
  17. 17. • http://www.shorelines-gallery.com/content/products/raku/images/Clay- Cellar-13131-HtOp.jpg • http://fieldmousestudio.files.wordpress.c om/2010/01/hollybox_0006.jpghttp://www.katied.com/images/deits_gandhi-biography-box_ejal.jpg
  18. 18. Worksheet Part V: Brainstorming Designhttp://www.piedmontcraftsmen.org/blog/uploaded_images/jolso http://www.sdpcg.org/Slide%20Bank/dm2009.jpg n_3D5VMUZOO083-749798.jpg
  19. 19. Critique• Refer to Art Criticism worksheet & the 4 steps of art criticism: • Description • Analysis • Interpretation • Judgment
  20. 20. Respect your work & work of others Vandalism will not be tolerated!

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