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Grade Level: 9 th Grade

Subject: Art, 5x Day Lesson (45 min.)

Prepared By: Benjamin E. Hoffman, Student Art Teacher

min.) Prepared By: Benjamin E. Hoffman, Student Art Teacher Lesson Summary: Artist’s Trading Cards are an

Lesson Summary: Artist’s Trading Cards are an accessible means for artists to construct miniature-sized artworks that can be easily traded with one another. This particular lesson poses the problem on how to store, display and easily access the cards when needed. This simply constructed book has the opportunity to hold up to twenty cards without affecting the actual Artist Trading Card itself. Folded paper sleeves hold the cards in place as they rotate out into a fan for display. Students will construct two booklets to separately store their individual artworks from their informative Artist Trading Cards. The smaller booklet will provide students with an outlet to study from and use as a resource while their larger booklet will act as a portfolio in which will house their artwork. A combination of paint, colored pencils, markers, stamps and an individualized portrait will encompass the outer cover of their portfolio. Big Idea: Throughout time and across cultures, miniature-sized artworks have made art more accessible to one another through means of sharing and trading. Similar to a portfolio, the multitude of artworks brought together emanate the notions of community as well as individual creativity.

the notions of community as well as individual creativity. Teacher Research & Preparation:  Student Laptops

Teacher Research & Preparation:

Student Laptops with Camera

White Drawing Paper (Various Sizes & Weights)

Colored Construction Paper

3 x 5 Notecards

 

Fasteners

Hole Punch

Ruler (Various Sizes)

 

Bone Finder (Creasing)

Acrylic Paint (Primary Colors Only)

Paint Brushes (Various Sizes)

18” x 24” White Drawing Paper (Placemat)

 

Painting Pallets

Colored Pencils

Markers

Stamps with Ink

 

Packing Tape (Clear)

Paper Towels

Scissors

Instructional Resources:

Exemplars (Reference as needed)

 

Student

Supplies:

Pencil

Vocabulary:

 

Artist Trading Card Portfolio

   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed
   Artist Trading Card Portfolio  Key Concepts:  Artists have both preserved and displayed

Key Concepts:

Artists have both preserved and displayed their artwork throughout time and across cultures through the use of a portfolio.

Miniature-sized artworks have made art more accessible to one another through means of sharing and trading. (i.e. Artist Trading Card)

An artists portfolio is an edited collection of their best artwork intended to showcase an artists style or method of work.

Essential Questions:

How will my artwork appear to others? In what ways will a portfolio be perceived by the viewer? Why?

What is the best order in which to present a body of work? Why?

How does the collection of artworks within a portfolio compare to an art historical body of work?

Specific Objectives:

In a multi-media format, students will create an individualized artist trading card portfolio reflecting all the work completed over a period of several weeks. If students create a collaborative or 3-D artwork, a digital image can be taken and added to their portfolio.

Students will construct two booklets to separately store their individual artworks from their informative Artist Trading Cards.

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A combination of paint, colored pencils, markers & stamps will evolve their portfolio cover.

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Students will capture a photo of themselves using Photo Booth to then upload and create a stencil. Using packing tape, students will transfer their printed image onto their portfolio.

Each Personalized Artist Trading Card Portfolio will include a minimum of 5x constructed pages.

o Over the course of several weeks, students will explore as well as document new artists and processes to include in their smaller booklet. Physical artworks will subsequently follow.

Standards Addressed:

Content Standard #2: Using knowledge of structures and functions

(9-12) Students create multiple solutions to specific visual arts problems that demonstrate competence in producing effective relationships between structural choices and artistic functions.

Content Standard #6: Making connections between visual arts and other disciplines

(9-12) Students compare the materials, technologies, media and processes of the visual arts with those of other arts disciplines as they are used in creation and types of analysis.

 

Verification/Assessment:

 

Instructional Procedures

Pre-Assessment:

Motivation/Engagement/The Hook:

For many individuals, this Humanities course would be their first true exposure to the visual & performing arts. Students would be asked to share any/all previous knowledge in which they could attribute to the theme, Art and Music, 1950 Present.

Every other day, students complete a Bell Ringer to allow for students to settle down as they enter the classroom. The Artist Trading Card Booklet will take the place of these activities as it will allow students to continue to develop their ideas throughout the semester as they continue to explore art throughout the ages. This outlet will act as a constant review for students as well as formative assessment for the teacher.

Development:

Formative Assessment:

Following the completion of folding their 2x booklets, student may begin to design their portfolios using a combination of paint, colored pencils, markers & stamps. Following a teacher led demonstration, students will capture a photo of themselves using Photo Booth to then upload and create a stencil. Using clear packing tape, students will transfer their printed image onto their portfolio. Each Personalized Artist Trading Card Portfolio will include a minimum of 5x constructed pages. Over the course of several weeks, students will explore as well as document new artists

Evaluate student’s interpersonal skills, work habits & attitudes as they work. This portfolio will be a visual reference to track the progress of each student throughout the semester as well as record of missing assignments.

Summative:

and processes to include in their smaller booklet. Physical artworks will subsequently follow.

Students will construct two booklets to separately store their individual artworks from their informative Artist Trading Cards. Students smaller booklet will include information on the various artists studied while their large portfolios will include their related artworks.

Culmination/Close:

The culmination of this lesson will result in students having two incredible references to share and/or trade with one another if applicable. Student’s smaller booklets will act as a resource to review from as it will contain information on the various artists studied throughout the course of the semester. The large portfolio will include the physical artwork that relates to each artist. Any additional artworks or images may be included in their final portfolio before submitting for a final grade upon meeting all other requirements as stated in the objectives.