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The Academy for Technology & the Classics

Lesson Plan
Instructors name: Cermanski

Course/Grade: Visual Arts I & Creative


Comprehensive

Week of:

Unit Name:

Friday, November 21, 2014 to Friday, Dec 5, 2014

Perspective & Fantasy Cities

Common Core/ NM Content Standards:


NMVA1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7,8

Essential Question(s):

Connections (prior learning/prior knowledge):

How do I understand perspective so that my


drawings appear 3-dimensional?
How do I use my imagination to create a
fantasy city utilizing one, two point or three
point perspective?
Other considerations (modifications,
accommodations, acceleration, etc.):

Students who are having trouble with


resist painting will get assistance from me
More advanced students can do a series of
pieces

Students are familiar with resists from


science class, and watercolors from
previous art classes.

Resources/Materials

Teacher: One and two point perspective


drawings by various artists, Perspective
Handout
Students:

Pencil, colored pencil, 12 x 18 white paper


Assessment (How will you monitor progress and know students have successfully met outcomes?)
Daily: Daily observations of students working on projects.
This Week: Completion of sketch
Unit: Final perspective drawing and participation in critique

Time allotted

Lesson activities for instructor and students

FRIDAY 11/21
Learning Target- TSW learn about
perspective vocabulary. TSW know this
after he/she can respond correctly to cold
calling on perspective vocabulary.

Do NowTake a seat and get ready for slide show


--How do artists create depth in drawings and paintings?
1. Slide show of paintings/drawings using 1 and 2point perspective.
2. Look at perspective in the various paintings
hanging above board and discuss.
3. Review Perspective Vocabulary sheet and
Handout
4. Create several types of one-point and two-point
perspective drawings
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on doing 1-point perspective
(1B)Closing

MONDAY 11/24
Learning Target- TSW learn how to do
buildings in 1 and 2 point perspective.
TSW know this once he/she has
completed a 1 and 2 point perspective
sketch.

Activity: What is a vanishing point?


1. What is the purpose of perspective? How do we
create a 1-point perspective drawing? 2-point?
2. Demonstrate coloring with pencils (coloring with
parallel lines, coloring with lines going towards
focal point, coloring lightly)
3. Finish 2-point perspective
4. Explain fantasy city project
5. Get pencil, paper & 12 x 18 paper
6. Start sketching with pencil USE RULER!!!!
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on doing 2-point perspective
(1B)Closing

TUESDAY 11/25
Learning Target- TSW learn how to do 3point perspective. TSW know this once
he/she completes a 3-point perspective
sketch.

Activity: What is the horizon line?


Do NowTake out your fantasy city sketch and get one bin
of colored pencils per table
1. Do 3-point perspective pencil sketch
2. Finish pencil sketch for final piece and get approval
to start color
3. Start coloring
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on sketch
(1B)Closing

MONDAY DECEMBER 1
Learning Target- TSW learn how to be sure
his/her perspective drawing is balanced.
TSW know this once the buildings in the
drawing are balanced.

Activity: How do you show the light source


when coloring with colored pencils?
Do NowTake out fantasy city sketch and get one bin of
colored pencils for table.
Work on Fantasy City
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on coloring highlights and shades
(1B)Closing

Activity: What is the purpose of showing

shading in a perspective drawing?


TUESDAY DECEMBER 2
Learning Target- TSW learn how to unify
perspective drawing. TSW know this once
his/her drawing is unified in form and
color.

Do NowTake out fantasy city sketch and get one bin of


colored pencils for table.
Work on Fantasy City
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on final piece
(1B)Closing

Activity: How can you show highlights with

color?
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3
Learning Target- TSW learn how to ensure
his/her piece has a focal point. TSW know
this once there is a clear area of emphasis
in the piece.

Do NowTake out fantasy city sketch and get one bin of


colored pencils for table.
Discuss how to create focal points
Work on Fantasy City
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on focal point
(1B)Closing Activity: How can you make a focal point
clear?

THURSDAY DECEMBER 4
Learning TargetTSW learn how to be
sure the piece has sufficient contrast. TSW
know this when the piece has a strong
balance of darks and lights.

Do NowTake out fantasy city sketch and get one bin of


colored pencils for table.

FRIDAY DECEMBER 5
Learning Target- TSW learn how to bring
his/her piece to completion. TSW know
this once his/her piece is finished.

Do NowTake out fantasy city sketch and get one bin of


colored pencils for table.

Work on Fantasy City


(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on contrast in piece
(1B)Closing Activity: How can you achieve sufficient
contrast in a perspective drawing?

Finish Fantasy City


(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: One on one check
on piece, ensuring its coming to completion
(1B)Closing

strongly?

Activity: How can you finish your piece

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