Art Mini-lesson PowerPoint - Power, Haring, Three Little Pigs
Interpretation of Power T By Marisa Howell
Estimated time:50 minutesObjective:Students will beable to interpretthe different rolesof power throughdrawing a KeithHaring inspiredpicture of theirinterpretation ofpower.
Materials:• Materials colored markers, Papermarkers, Paper Black and – Black and colored Inspired Resources:• Inspired Resources – Keith Haring – Keith Haring – haringkids.com haringkids.com• Resources - The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Resources: by Jon Scieszka the Three Little Pigs by Jon The True Story of Scieszka• Vocabulary – “Subway” art. Keith Haring did of Vocabulary: “Subway” art. Keith Haring did most most of his art public places, mainly subways his art in in public places, mainly subways
PA Standards• 9.1.3.B: Recognize, know, use and demonstrate a variety of appropriate arts elements and principles to produce, review and revise original works in the arts.• 9.1.3.E: Demonstrate the ability to define objects, express emotions, illustrate an action or relate an experience through creation of works in the arts.• 9.1.3.F: Identify works of others through a performance or exhibition (e.g., exhibition of student paintings based on the study of Picasso).• 9.2.3.H: Identify, describe and analyze the work of Pennsylvania Artists in dance, music, theatre and visual arts.
Keith Haring Keith Haring• From Reading, Pennsylvania• -Bornfor his public “subway” drawings Known in Reading, PA -Known for his “subway” drawings
Evaluation• Informal – Ask Questions• Formal – Rubric• -2 points = Student used appropriate colors for characters• -2 points = used outlined drawings• -1 point = Student used only one appropriate color• -0 points = Student did not use any appropriate colors• -0 points = Student did not use outline drawings
Extensions/Modifications Extensions/Modifications• The students could use crayons, oil pastels, soft pastels to substitute for using markers. The students could use crayons, oil pastels, soft pastels to substitute for using markers.