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4th Grade

Sorce 1

SCOPE OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN


Lesson Title Matisse Corn Diptych
Day 1 and 2 of 3
Objectives/Assessments/Adaptations
Objective

Pre- Assessment

Formative Assessment

Adaptations

Objective 1: Students
will discuss the artwork
of Herni Matisse.

Instructor will ask


students if they have
ever heard of Henri
Matisse.

Students will view an


informational video
about Henri Matisse
and discuss his artwork.

Instructor will ask


prompting questions
and guide instruction.

Students will stand up


and separate
themselves according
to their shirt colors
(warm on the left, cool
on the right)

Students will talk about


the warm and cool
colors present in
Matisses paintings and
complete a worksheet
about warm and cool
colors.

Instructor will be
available to support
upon request.

Instructor will ask


students if they have
ever eaten corn on the
cob

Instructor will
demonstrate how to
draw an ear of corn on
the white board.

Instructor will redemonstrate and clarify


upon request.

9.2.3.L: Identify,
explain and analyze
common themes, forms
and techniques from
works in the arts
Objective 2: Students
will be able to describe
anc identify warm and
cool colors
9.3.3.B: Know that
works in the arts can be
described by using the
arts elements,
principles and concepts
Objective 3: Students
will draw an ear of corn
on each of their two
papers.
9.1.3.A: Know and use
the elements and
principles of each art
form to create works in
the arts and humanities.
Elements
Visual Arts: color
form/shape line
space texture value
Principles
Visual Arts: balance
contrast

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Sorce 2

emphasis/focal point
movement/rhythm
proportion/scale
repetition
unity/harmony

Lesson Body
Anticipatory Set https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s37OoBXkYAc
Procedures

Students will complete anticipatory set


o Matti and Dada Matisse video

Students will talk about Matisses artwork


o What kinds of colors do you see?
o How do the colors make you feel?

Students will participate in a color game


o Students will stand
o Go to the left id you are wearing a warm color
o Go to the right side of the room if you are wearing a cool color

Students will complete a warm/cool color worksheet

Students will view the assignments

Instructor will choose students to help distribute lesson materials


o Pencils
o Erasers
o Sharpies
o Paper

Instructor will demonstrate on the white board how to draw an ear of corn

Students will watch the demonstration

Instructor will draw an ear of corn with the students

I do, We do, You do.

Students will go over their drawing with a sharpie

Students will trace their corn on the other piece of paper so they are identical

Student will go over the second ear of corn with a sharpie

For closure, review warm and cool colors

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Sorce 3

ANTICIPATED END OF DAY ONE

Reintroduce warm and cool colors

Play the color game again for practice

Have students assist with distributing supplies


o Color worksheets
o Sharpies
o Crayons

Display and explain example project


o One ear of corn colored with all warm colors
o One ear colored with all cool colors

Try to use a variety of colors

Try not color two pieces of corn that are next to each other the same color
o Use at least three different colors

Explain that thy should color hard

Explain water color background


o Was resist

Students will use the remainder of class to color their corns

Closure, what is a wax resist?

Students will clean up

ANTICIPATED END OF DAY TWO

Closure
Day one: Review warn and cool colors
Day two: Define wax resist
Clean-up Students are expected to put away all supplies at the end of each day.
Student helpers will help collect supplies.
Independent Practice N/A
Safety Considerations Student will not consume art supplies.

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Sorce 4

Lesson Title Matisse Corn Diptych


Day 3 of 3
Objectives/Assessments/Adaptations
Objective

Pre- Assessment

Formative Assessment

Adaptations

Objective 1: Students
will effectively use
watercolor paint to
create a background for
their diptych

Instructor will ask


students to raise their
hands if they have ever
used water color paint
before.

Students will use


watercolor paint to
create a contrasting
background for each of
their two paintings.

Instructor will remain


available to students for
added instruction and
support.

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.
Visual Arts: paint
draw craft sculpt
print design for
environment,
communication, multimedia

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Lesson Body
Anticipatory Set Instructor will demonstrate the proper use of watercolor paints
Procedures

Students will participate in anticipatory set.

Instructor will have student helpers pass out supplies


o Watercolor paints
o Brushes
o Paper towels
o Cups of water

Review warm and cool colors with students

Students will paint each of their corn drawings with contrasting colors
o Warm corn will use cool colors for background
o Cool corn will use warm colors for background

Students will place their paintings on the drying rack when they are finished

Closure What is a diptych?


Clean-up Students will clean up at the end of the lesson. Student helpers will help
collect supplies.
Independent Practice N/A
Safety Considerations Students will not consume art supplies
APPENDIX
Rubric
Participation

Behavior

1
2
Student
Student showed
showed
some interest in
minimal
class discussion.
interest in class
discussion.
Student was
not on task
during class,
even with
verbal

Student needed
frequent
reminders to
stay on task
during class.

3
Student
participated
during class.

Student had to
occasionally be
reminded to stay
on task.

4
Student
participated during
each class and
gave thoughtful
responses to
instructor
questions.
Student used their
time wisely and
stayed on task
during class.

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Warm/Cool
color
worksheet

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reminders.
Student did not
complete
worksheet.

Corn Diptych
coloring

Student did not


finish coloring
their diptych.

Corn Diptych
painting

Student did not


finished
coloring their
diptych

Student
complete
worksheet with
more than two
mistakes.
Student had
major problems
with craft. Color
was applied
sparsely or did
not stay within
the lines.
Student had
major issues
with craft. The
paint is not
applied evenly
or does not
cover the entire
surface of the
paper.

Supplemental Instructional Tools

Student
completed
worksheet with
only one or two
mistakes.
Student used a
variety of colors
but they are not
spread out evenly
through the
composition.

Student completed
worksheet with no
mistakes
Student used a
variety of colors,
applied them
thoughtfully and
stayed within the
lines.

Student used only Student used three


one color for their colors for the
background.
background of
their corn and
paint was applied
thoughtfully and
intentionally

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Self-reflection

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