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9th grade curriculum

  1. 1. Concepts in Artby Marie MaxGrade 93 hours per week45 minute studio sessions<br />
  2. 2. Concept<br /><ul><li>Two dimensional and three dimensional concepts and manipulation of multiple media
  3. 3. Application of elements and principles</li></li></ul><li>Space<br />Can simple shapes create space and symbolism?<br />Students will design images with positive and negative space in black and white.<br />1.Create a pattern or image in black and white positive and negative. Non-representational.<br />2. Students will draw, cut, glue, and color shapes with/without texture or value. Representational.<br />3. Create a symbolic image with color. Representational and non-representational (figurative/non-figurative)<br />4. students will use abstract and texture to create sense of space<br />Skill: Drawing, Gluing, cutting, balance, design, craftsmanship<br />Materials: paper, exacto, glue, pencil, eraser<br />Habits of Mind: Clarifying direction, express creativity<br />Peer and student self-assess <br />Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.4a, 1.4b, 2.3a,b,c<br />Time: 6 weeks<br />Reference: Asian shadow puppets, Notan, international flags<br />Cost: $<br />
  4. 4. Texture<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How is different media applied to produce elements of art?
  5. 5. Review
  6. 6. Elements of art in Texture
  7. 7. Materials in drawing
  8. 8. Pencil, charcoal, pastel
  9. 9. Skills: Material understanding and application, line, value, and texture
  10. 10. Process: use multiple drawing media to express elements and principles in art
  11. 11. Habits of mind: follow directions, exploration
  12. 12. Time: 3 weeks
  13. 13. Assessment: application, student self assess
  14. 14. Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. Math2.3a,b,cR/WR1.4, 1.5, 1.6
  15. 15. Cost: $
  16. 16. Reference: Lascaux Caves</li></li></ul><li>Shape<br />Essential Question: How can an image contain the elements of art if it is distorted? <br />Contour drawing<br />Collage: Shape, color, symbolism. Absract an existing image. Investigation of meaning.<br />Portrait and lanscape, 3d<br />Skills: Create line drawings and Replace line or realistic qualities w/abstraction<br />Use of balance, pattern, emphasis <br />cutting, pasting for multiples and abstraction <br />Manipulation of shape<br />Culture and Identity<br />History of line and pattern<br /><ul><li>Harlem Renaissance,Cubism, Picasso, Braque</li></ul>Materials: pencils, paper, magazines, newpaper, colored paper, cardboard, paint, glue<br />Habits of Mind: Exercising creativity and originality<br />Standards: 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 9.4a, 9.4c,1.4b<br />Time: <br />Cost: $ <br />
  17. 17. Line<br />How do you connect different concepts of space and time with elements of art?<br />Habits of mind<br /> Connecting ideas and express creativity<br />Express time and place in communication and narration through visual art forms<br />Perspective<br />Drawing: Still life<br />Printmaking: Postcards<br />Requirements:<br />Explore abstract ideas of space and form and connect them in a 2 dimensional format<br />Skill: draw with application of textures<br />Communication and symbols through media<br />Discuss history of postcards and posters<br />Apply modern forms of visual narration through illustration via visual culture elements and digital media<br />Materials: pencils, erasers, markers, paint, photo shop, <br />Reference: Bauhaus, Deco, movie posters, digital media art<br />Time: 9 weeks<br />Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. WR1.4, 1.5, 1.6<br />Cost;: $$<br />
  18. 18. Value<br /><ul><li>Essential Question: How can value, line, and texture create the illusion of form?
  19. 19. Color Scales, Landscape, Still Life
  20. 20. Explore the materials: pencil, charcoal, pastel, and papers
  21. 21. Study elements of line, value, and texture, and unity
  22. 22. Requirements:
  23. 23. Apply different techniques Interior and exterior effects of light
  24. 24. Skills: Learn how to interpret value
  25. 25. Understand foreground, mid-ground, background, and atmospheric perspective
  26. 26. Habits of Mind: Follow directions, explore creativity and originality, deliberativeness
  27. 27. Assessment: craftsmanship, application of ideas, student, peer, and teacher
  28. 28. Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. 3.1, 3.2, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
  29. 29. Time: 9 Weeks
  30. 30. Materials- pencil-charcoal- pastel, paper, erasers, rulers
  31. 31. Reference: Goya (Modernist), Monet (Impressionist), Chris Van Allsburg (Story book illustrator)
  32. 32. Cost: $S</li></li></ul><li>Form<br />Essential Question: Can ideas and meaning be abstracted into 3 dimensional constructions?<br />Goal<br />:Create a narrative assemblage sculptures.<br />Monochromatic geometric Relief<br />Three Dimension Color Wheel<br />Environmental Art Structure<br />Design a layout plan of the sculpture and support.<br />Skills: Craftsmanship, Design, balance, color, unity<br />Materials: found objects, plaster, glue, wire, nature<br />Habits of Mind: Explore Creativity and Originality<br />References: Duchamp, Isaiah Zagar, Louise Nevelson, Pheobe Washburn, Andy Glodsworthy<br />Pa Standards AH9.1.8.C. 9.1.8.H. 9.2.8.C. 9.2.8.L. <br />4 weeks<br />Cost: $<br />