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Valerie Tomaszewski

1/21/2016
CIS 221-02
Identification, Usage, and Interpretation of Art and Materials
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3rd-5th Grade Band SCI


Art
7 Weeks
Be able to identify and properly use art supplies and
materials
Be able to connect emotions to famous art
Recognize famous art
Michigan Dept. of Education: Art Standard PDF
PERFORM
Standard 1: Apply skills and knowledge to perform in
the arts. (VPAA: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, P1, P2, P4, R1,
R4)
ART.VA.I.1.1 Identify and experiment with materials to
communicate ideas related to the student's world.
ART.VA.I.1.2 Demonstrate the responsible use of project
materials with environmental awareness.
ART.VA.I.1.3 Recognize and illustrate the elements of art to
communicate personal experiences.
ART.VA.I.1.4 Use revision strategies to enhance personal
artwork.

International Society for Technology in Education: National


Education Technology Standards for Schools (NETS-S)
Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration
Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency
Standard 5: Digital Citizenship
Standard 6: Technology Operations and Concepts
1. Identify different art materials
2. Recognize and communicate meaning/interpretation of artwork
3. Revise personal artwork and enhance it over the course of 7
weeks
Microsoft PowerPoint (with visuals)
YouTube videos about art history
Interactive online and in class activities both as groups, a
whole, and individual using online websites
1. Crayons
2. Paint (in class)
3. Brushes
4. Paper
5. Pencils
6. Erasers
7. Notebook/sketchbook
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Valerie Tomaszewski
1/21/2016
CIS 221-02
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8. Computer/Tablet (dependent upon schools preference)


Week 1: Identify materials and their use, end of week in class
matching activity
Week 2: Experiment with different art tools to communicate
emotions or ideas
Week 3: Recognize famous art by matching names and pictures
group activity
Week 4: Online match meanings to famous artwork activity as a
class, having each student taking a turn to answer a question
Week 5: Use art to communicate emotions or experiences, end of
week online multiple choice review quiz
Week 6: Go over techniques to improve artwork and work with
Paraeducator on improving previous assignment
Week 7: Evaluate student progress over time through interactive
activities and past activity progress
Students are able to identify and properly use materials.
Students can identify famous paintings.
Students can identify emotions in art.
Students will be able to convey emotions and experiences
through art
Quizlet
http://pbskids.org/games/coloring/
http://www.colorwithleo.com/games.php
http://www.getty.edu/gettygames/
arthistorymom.comlearninggamesforkids.com
Transforming Learning with New Technologies pg. 124