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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE A

Lesson Plan

ED 3501 2012

Grade/Subject: Grade 3 Art Unit: Concepts 2 Lesson Duration: 60 min


OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES
General Learning Outcomes:

QUALITIES AND DETAILS: Students will refine surface qualities of objects and forms.
Specific Learning Outcomes:

Gradations of tone are useful to show depth or the effect of light on objects.
By increasing details in the foreground the illusion of depth and reality can be enhanced.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Students will:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of gradients by creating them on a scale.
2. Use details to create the illusion of depth.
3.

ASSESSMENTS
Observations:
Key Questions:
How does creating detail in the foreground make a picture look
I will observe students techniques as they
better?
draw, and make sure students are coloring
Why do we use darker and lighter shades of colours?
more carefully. (No scribbles)
I will watch as they draw and help them hold
the pencil the correct way.
Written/Performance Assessments:
Performance assessment will be the creation of a piece that uses gradients and texture.

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED


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MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT


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PROCEDURE
Introduction (__min.):
Hook/Attention Grabber: Give me five Wait at least 20 seconds for everyone to be looking, and listening.
Assessment of Prior Knowledge: I will go over foreground, middle ground, and back ground again.
Expectations for Learning and Behaviour: Students will be expected to demonstrate the good listening skills we have
discussion, as well as follow the agreed upon classroom rules.
Advance Organizer/Agenda: Agenda will be on Board.

Body (__min.):
Learning Activity #1: Review on Foreground, Middle Ground, background and Perspective (What is big, what is
small?) I will draw some examples on board for this part. Make sure students understand that far away things
are small, close things are large. I will go over adding details to closer things and making them larger.
Assessments/Differentiation: Observational assessment of their drawing. Are they using details in the foreground? Are all of the
things the correct size? Are they scribbling or colouring carefully?

Learning Activity #2: Shading Practice: I will work through how to do gradients with the students on a piece of
paper. They will start with the darkest, and go to the lightest using 8 different colors. I will explain that this
helps add depth to drawings. I will work with them to do red, and then I will let them try the others.
This will lead to some practice on the back of the page without the boxes.
I will demonstrate holding the pencil crayon on its side and shading that way. We will need to take some time to
sharpen their pencil crayons.
If there is time, I will show students different ways to create texture with their pencil crayons.
Assessments/Differentiation: Observational assessments of their practice. I will address students who are struggling with how to
colour lightly.

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ED 3501 2012

Learning Activity #3:


Assessments/Differentiation:

Closure ( __min.):
Consolidation/Assessment of Learning: I will use sticks to ask what mid, fore and back ground are. How do details
affect your drawings? What is shading for?
Feedback From Students: Feedback from students will be on their exit slips for the day. Question: Do I feel confident
about my understanding of foreground, middle.ground and back ground? One thing I learned today
Feedback To Students:
Transition To Next Lesson: