Tricia Fuglestad
Art Teacher, Dryden Elementary School,

Arlington Heights, IL
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Using academic vocabulary while
preparing for our field trip
Tuesday, February 18, 14
by Andrew Wyeth

Christina’s World

Compare/Contrast
RL.5.3

Tuesday, February 18, 14

Writing/Storytelling
W.5.3
Making connections with the visual
representations of a drama, RL.4.7

wordle, iPads, photo booth
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Our “Who is that Cat in a Hat?” Portraits
were featured on WTTW during the
Month of March for Read Across America
Tuesday,...
Use art to teach Social Studies

Eldon,

Chicago,

Arlington Heights,

Rural---Urban---Suburban
(use google maps to explor...
Use art
to inspire

Reflective
Thinking
and
Writing
W.4.1

Tuesday, February 18, 14

Artist
Statements
3/4 pose

Reinforce Fractions 3.NF.A.1
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Choose
words or
phrases
for effect
L.3.3

http://fuglevision.wikispaces.com/
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Planning, Revising, Editing
W.3.3
Happens in Art Class all the time...
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Illustrate Figurative Language L.4.5

Idioms Illustrated on Vimeo
Speak in complete sentences SL.3.6
Tuesday, February 18,...
Reading Informational Text RI.4.1
Work Collaboratively SL.2.1

Symmetry 4.G.A.3

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Close
Reading
Strategies
Text

Identify the Audience

RL.3.4

Find words that you don’t
know
Read the words in context to
...
Generate and analyze patterns 4.OA.C.5

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use the illustrations in a text to describe key ideas. RI.1.7
Allow us to Illustrate on Vimeo

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use the illustrations in a text to describe key ideas. RI.1.7

Allow us to Illustrate on Vimeo
Tuesday, February 18, 14
If I were President...

Describe key ideas SL.2.2
State an opinion W.2.1

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Facing the Facts: George
Washington - Dryden Art

Comprehending
informational text RI.2.10

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Write Narratives W.2.3
Use alliteration RL.2.4
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Speaking
and
describing
clearly
SL.1.4

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use
technology
to produce
and publish
writing
W.5.6
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use art
to
explore
Careers

Tuesday, February 18, 14
2-D -vs- 3-D
K.G.A.3
Make Model
Shapes
K.G.B.5

and literature

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Participate in a shared project
W.1.7

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Finding coordinates
5.G.A.1

all
ile W

Tuesday, February 18, 14

rt H
ur A
ing o
us

ory T
ist
Speaking and Listening SL.5.1-6

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Problem-solving and working collaboratively

C.C. Speaking and Listen skills
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Make art digitally collaboratively

C.C. S. Use technology to publish a collaborative piece
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use art to think like a scientist...
Lydia, the Fairy
Scientist,
demonstrates the
scientific method
as she searches
forevid...
Combine science, tech and art with snowflakes

Let's Bring on the Snow! - Dryden Art
Brainpop video on Snowflakes Make-a-Fla...
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

Practice
speaking
audibly in
coherent
sentences
SL.2.4
through
the art
Tuesday, February 18, 14
Writing comments to others via Artsonia W.1.6 (writing & publishing)

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Compare and Contrast
(throughout all C.C.S.)

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Use the art of filmmaking to communicate any content
effectively while working collaboratively

Tuesday, February 18, 14
Please take my card!
Tuesday, February 18, 14
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Connecting to common core in art

  1. 1. Tricia Fuglestad Art Teacher, Dryden Elementary School, Arlington Heights, IL Tuesday, February 18, 14
  2. 2. Tuesday, February 18, 14
  3. 3. Using academic vocabulary while preparing for our field trip Tuesday, February 18, 14
  4. 4. by Andrew Wyeth Christina’s World Compare/Contrast RL.5.3 Tuesday, February 18, 14 Writing/Storytelling W.5.3
  5. 5. Making connections with the visual representations of a drama, RL.4.7 wordle, iPads, photo booth Tuesday, February 18, 14
  6. 6. Our “Who is that Cat in a Hat?” Portraits were featured on WTTW during the Month of March for Read Across America Tuesday, February 18, 14
  7. 7. Use art to teach Social Studies Eldon, Chicago, Arlington Heights, Rural---Urban---Suburban (use google maps to explore) Tuesday, February 18, 14
  8. 8. Use art to inspire Reflective Thinking and Writing W.4.1 Tuesday, February 18, 14 Artist Statements
  9. 9. 3/4 pose Reinforce Fractions 3.NF.A.1 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  10. 10. Choose words or phrases for effect L.3.3 http://fuglevision.wikispaces.com/ Tuesday, February 18, 14
  11. 11. Planning, Revising, Editing W.3.3 Happens in Art Class all the time... Tuesday, February 18, 14
  12. 12. Illustrate Figurative Language L.4.5 Idioms Illustrated on Vimeo Speak in complete sentences SL.3.6 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  13. 13. Reading Informational Text RI.4.1 Work Collaboratively SL.2.1 Symmetry 4.G.A.3 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  14. 14. Close Reading Strategies Text Identify the Audience RL.3.4 Find words that you don’t know Read the words in context to try to understand the meaning Tuesday, February 18, 14
  15. 15. Generate and analyze patterns 4.OA.C.5 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  16. 16. Use the illustrations in a text to describe key ideas. RI.1.7 Allow us to Illustrate on Vimeo Tuesday, February 18, 14
  17. 17. Use the illustrations in a text to describe key ideas. RI.1.7 Allow us to Illustrate on Vimeo Tuesday, February 18, 14
  18. 18. If I were President... Describe key ideas SL.2.2 State an opinion W.2.1 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  19. 19. Facing the Facts: George Washington - Dryden Art Comprehending informational text RI.2.10 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  20. 20. Write Narratives W.2.3 Use alliteration RL.2.4 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  21. 21. Speaking and describing clearly SL.1.4 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  22. 22. Use technology to produce and publish writing W.5.6 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  23. 23. Use art to explore Careers Tuesday, February 18, 14
  24. 24. 2-D -vs- 3-D K.G.A.3 Make Model Shapes K.G.B.5 and literature Tuesday, February 18, 14
  25. 25. Participate in a shared project W.1.7 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  26. 26. Finding coordinates 5.G.A.1 all ile W Tuesday, February 18, 14 rt H ur A ing o us ory T ist
  27. 27. Speaking and Listening SL.5.1-6 Tuesday, February 18, 14
  28. 28. Problem-solving and working collaboratively C.C. Speaking and Listen skills Tuesday, February 18, 14
  29. 29. Make art digitally collaboratively C.C. S. Use technology to publish a collaborative piece Tuesday, February 18, 14
  30. 30. Use art to think like a scientist... Lydia, the Fairy Scientist, demonstrates the scientific method as she searches forevidence of fairies Fairy Evidence Dryden Art Tuesday, February 18, 14
  31. 31. Combine science, tech and art with snowflakes Let's Bring on the Snow! - Dryden Art Brainpop video on Snowflakes Make-a-Flake/ Tuesday, February 18, 14
  32. 32. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Practice speaking audibly in coherent sentences SL.2.4 through the art Tuesday, February 18, 14
  33. 33. Writing comments to others via Artsonia W.1.6 (writing & publishing) Tuesday, February 18, 14
  34. 34. Compare and Contrast (throughout all C.C.S.) Tuesday, February 18, 14
  35. 35. Use the art of filmmaking to communicate any content effectively while working collaboratively Tuesday, February 18, 14
  36. 36. Please take my card! Tuesday, February 18, 14

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