7th Grade Art Survey Slide Show


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7th Grade Art Survey Slide Show

  1. 1. Welcome to 8th Grade Art Class<br />Who am I?<br />Why do I love Art?<br />About my family…<br />
  2. 2. What are we going to do?<br />Art Survey<br />Drawing<br />Painting<br />Sculpture<br />Ceramics<br />Where to look when you enter? <br />What you need to bring <br /> to class everyday?<br />
  3. 3. Journals<br />Need on<br />You NEED a folder with 2 pockets and a 3 hole paper holder thing in the middle, a sketchbook, and comp.book<br />Buy at the book store at lunch time <br />
  4. 4. Art Class<br />Seating Chart<br />Sit anywhere you want<br /> The power to relocate <br /> your seat <br /> -Inside our class or outside of our class<br />Box # and what they mean<br />Studio partners<br />
  5. 5. Ten Keys to an Artistic Attitude In <br />Ms. Cook’s Class<br />Positive Energy…did you bring it?<br />Are you taking the time to RESPECT yourself?<br />Are you making positive choices?<br />Do you learn from what happens? <br />Do you accept responsiblitiy for your actions? <br />Have you “caught the feeling?” Did you smile or laugh 3 times today?<br />Are you trying? Art is an EXPERIENCE.<br />Do you express yourself- verbally or through your artwork? The mask we wear…<br />Are you being consistent?<br />Where do you go when you need someone to HELP you?<br />
  6. 6. Student Expectations<br />Listed in the class<br />What happens if we don’t meet an expectation?<br />Class Discipline- Stop and Think, talk to Team, finally the dreaded phone call home!!!<br />
  7. 7. Grades<br />Experiences- Don’t Be Afraid<br />Creativity- Look around or use your Imagination<br />Craftsmanship not C.R.A.P.S.MANSHIP!<br />Effort- YES, YOU CAN!<br />Teacher evaluation- TEST! Ohhh no!<br />Student evaluation<br />
  8. 8. Fire and Tornado Drills<br />Fire- Line up<br />Left out the door<br />Go to North Port <br />Find your Advisory<br />Tornado- Line up<br />Left out door<br />Line up on the Wall<br />Assume the Position<br />