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Julie Clark
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Art Educator: Manchester Elementary Grades 4 and 5
Art Educator: Windham Primary School Grades K-3
 

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Grade 5 Art- Jan 4- Jan. 15,2021

Due to snow day and Holiday Vacation schedules, most classes continue to work on their Landscape Paintings. During the weeks of Jan 4 -15, some classes will begin a short study of Abstract Art focussing on the work of artist, Frank Stella. These students will create Abstract art using the art materials of their choice. On the last day of this six week cycle, we will have a class art share and reflection of what they have learned and created during the this time period. 

Grade 4 Art - Jan 4-15

Due to snow day and holiday vacation schedules, most classes continue to work on their 3-D Cityscapes. They are finishing up the final steps of watercolor painting and cutting and glueing the cityscapes together. During the final class of this six-week cycle, classes will have a class share and reflection about what they have created and learned during this time. 

Grade 5 Art

Week of: Nov 30- Dec. 18, 2020

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 5

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: What is a landscape in art? What are some reasons why artists create landscapes? What “Elements of Art” do artists use to portray landscapes?

Standards/PIs:  

Disciplinary Literacy:

MLRA A1- Explain purposes for making art in different times and places.

Creation, Performance, Expression

MLRA B1 - Use a variety of media, tools, techniques and processes to create original art works

MLR B2 - Use elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original art works. 

Student Assignments: 

Week 1 - View examples of landscapes and discuss foreground, mid-ground, and background. Guided drawing: Using pencil, sketch a landscape with line showing value and space.  Trace over sketch with a permanent marker.

Week 2- View and compare examples of landscapes and discuss why each artist may have chosen that scene. Finish first drawing and sketch a second showing a landscape of choice. 

Week 3- View demonstration of watercolor techniques. Finish two landscape drawings and paint with watercolors. Title and share finished artwork. Discuss how the “Elements of Art” were used and why the scene for the landscape was chosen. 

 

 

 

Grade 4 Art

This week starts the beginning of the second cycle of Art. All students have has art classes for one six-week period.

Week of: Nov. 30-Dec. 25

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 4

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: How do artists portray landscapes and/or cityscapes? How can you use value and form when creating landscapes or cityscapes? What are the different features of a landscape or cityscape? How can you create a cityscape that expresses an idea or meaning?

Standards/PIs:  

Creation,Performance, Expression

MLRB1 - Students use a variety of tools, techniques, and processes to create original works of art. 

MLR B2 -Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original artworks. 

Aesthetics and Criticism

MLR D1a- Students describe and compare art forms by applying grade span appropriate arts, concepts, terminology, skills and processes. 

MLR B3- Create an artwork that communicates ideas, feelings and meaning

Connections: 

MLR E2 - Explain skills and concepts that are similar across disciplines.


Student Assignments: 3D Architectural CityScape...

Students will create an architectural drawing using using line, value and form. They will use this drawing to create a 3-Dimensional CityScape that shows creative thinking and ideas.

1. Week 1 -Make an architectural sketch of a city background using pencil and then outline with black sharpie. Add value using pencil.

Week 2- Sketch a city mid-ground and foreground using pencil and outlining with black sharpie. Add value using pencil. Add other creative details to make city your own...

Week 3 - Paint background, mid-ground and foreground with watercolors 

Week 4 - Cut out and attach foreground, mid-ground, and background to make 3-D cityscape. Share finished art work with classmates. Students describe how their cityscapes express an idea or meaning. Students  compare how they used new art techniques, materials and elements of art to create original works of art. 

 

 

 

 

Art Grade 4 and 5 - Nov. 9-24, 2020

Weekly ART Plan

 

Weekly ART Plan-Manchester- Grade 4

Week of: Nov. 9-24

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 4

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: How do artists use Value and Form in artwork? What examples of Value and Form do you see in the world around you? How is a 3-D drawing different from a Sculpture ? 

Standards/PIs:  

Creation,Performance, Expression

MLR B2 -Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original artworks. 

Aesthetics and Criticism

MLR D1a- Students describe and compare art forms by applying grade span appropriate arts, concepts, terminology, skills and processes. 

Connections: 

MLR E2 - Explain skills and concepts that are similar across disciplines.


Student Assignments:

Practice Value Scales- Light to dark drawing with lead and colored pencil.

Practice Drawing Forms using Value: Cube, Cylinder, Sphere, Cone

Using Form and Value, draw an original work of art that looks like a sculpture. 


Weekly ART Plan -Manchester - Grade 5

Week of: Nov. 9-24, 2020

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 5

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: How do artists use Space and Contrast to create works of Art?

How do artists use creative problem solving techniques in their work? How do different cultures use paper cutting in their Art to express their culture? 

Standards/PIs:  

Creation,Performance, Expression

MLR B2 -Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original artworks. 

Creative Problem Solving

MLR C1- Students describe problem solving steps. 

Aesthetics and Criticism

MLR D1c - Explain purposes for making art in different times and places, including cultural traditions, personal expression, and communication of beliefs.


Student Assignments: 

Create a practice NOTAN (Japanese cut paper design ) following the teacher 

demonstration. 

Using the skills learned, create a detailed NOTAN using an idea or theme..

 

Art: Grades 4 and 5

Week of: Oct. 26-Nov. 6 (This is a two week project)

Course:  Manchester Art - Grades 4 and 5

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org


Essential Questions:  How can artists work together to create a work of art that conveys an idea or message?

Standards/PIs: MLR A1- Disciplinary Literacy: Students explain purposes of making art in different times and places and relationship art has to cultural traditions, personal expression, and communicating beliefs

MLR B2- Creating, Performance, Expression: Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original works of art.

MLR- B3-Creating, Performance, Expression: Students create artwork that communicates ideas, feelings, and meanings and demonstrate skill in the use of media, tools, techniques, and processes 


Student Assignments: 

All School Group Mural- “We are Manchester”

Students will collaboratively create a mural conveying the positive qualities of Manchester students. 

 

Art -Week of Oct. 19-25- Grades 4 & 5

I will be starting with my second group of Art students this week. Plans include: getting to know each other activities, introduction to "Art on a Cart" instead of Art in the Art Room, and a creative lettering project where students create name labels for their new art folders. 

Weekly ART Plan

Weekly ART Plan-Manchester- Grade 4

Week of: Sept. 28- Oct. 9, 2020

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 4

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: How do artists use Value and Form in artwork? What examples of Value and Form do you see in the world around you? How is a 3-D drawing different from a Sculpture ? 

Standards/PIs:  

Creation,Performance, Expression

MLR B2 -Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original artworks. 

Aesthetics and Criticism

MLR D1a- Students describe and compare art forms by applying grade span appropriate arts, concepts, terminology, skills and processes. 

Connections: 

MLR E2 - Explain skills and concepts that are similar across disciplines.


Student Assignments:

Practice Value Scales- Light to dark drawing with lead and colored pencil.

Practice Drawing Forms using Value: Cube, Cylinder, Sphere, Cone

Using Form and Value, draw an original work of art that looks like a sculpture. 


Weekly ART Plan -Manchester - Grade 5

Week of: Sept 28-Oct. 9, 2020

Course:  Manchester Art - Grade 5

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org

Essential Questions: How do artists use Space and Contrast to create works of Art?

How do artists use creative problem solving techniques in their work? How do different cultures use paper cutting in their Art to express their culture? 

Standards/PIs:  

Creation,Performance, Expression

MLR B2 -Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original artworks. 

Creative Problem Solving

MLR C1- Students describe problem solving steps. 

Aesthetics and Criticism

MLR D1c - Explain purposes for making art in different times and places, including cultural traditions, personal expression, and communication of beliefs.


Student Assignments: 

Create a practice NOTAN (Japanese cut paper design ) following the teacher 

demonstration. 

Using the skills learned, create a detailed NOTAN using an idea or theme..

Week of Sept. 21-Oct. 2, 2020


Week of: Sept. 14-25 (This is a two week project)

Course:  Manchester Art - Grades 4 and 5

Office Hours: Friday (Please email to schedule a time) jclark@rsu14.org


Essential Questions:  How can artists work together to create a work of art that conveys an idea or message?

Standards/PIs: MLR A1- Disciplinary Literacy: Students explain purposes of making art in different times and places and relationship art has to cultural traditions, personal expression, and communicating beliefs

MLR B2- Creating, Performance, Expression: Students use Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create original works of art.

MLR- B3-Creating, Performance, Expression: Students create artwork that communicates ideas, feelings, and meanings and demonstrate skill in the use of media, tools, techniques, and processes 


Student Assignments: 

All School Group Mural- “We are Manchester”

Students will collaboratively create a mural conveying the positive qualities of Manchester students.