Checklist of Skills Mastered in Visual Arts
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StandardSkillAssignmentStudent Reflection / EvidenceMetMasteredTeacher "Sign-Off"
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B.V.1.1I can use art vocabulary when discussing art and artistic stylesCritique 1: The Child's Bath by Mary CassattWhat art vocabulary did you use when you wrote this critique? Did you write about line, color, shape, etc?
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Critique 2: Orb in Cradle by Chunghi ChooWhich art vocabulary did you use in this critique and how did you use it? (examples- shape, form, organic shape, geometric shape, positive space, negative space, balance, emphasis)
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Critique 3: Basquiat by Mark PowellWhich art vocabulary did you use in this critique and how did you use it? (examples- value, shading, hatching, cross-hatching, positive space, negative space, pattern)
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Critique 4: The Disintegration of Persistence of Memory by Salvador DaliWhich art vocabulary did you use in this critique and how did you use it? (examples- space, high low placement, overlapping, linear perspective, one-point perspective, rhythm/repetition, etc)
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Critique 5: Still Life of Purple and Yellow by Janet FishWhich art vocabulary did you use in this critique and how did you use it? (examples- color, complementary colors, high intensity, balance, rhythm/repetition, etc.)
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Critique 6:
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B.V.1.2I can apply the Elements of Art and Principles of Design to create art.Sketchbook: variety of lineHow did you use variety of line in your drawing?
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Using correct proportion of shapes to draw the human head and facial features: Structure of the head, proportions of the faceWhat do you know about the proportions of the face?
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Self Portrait from a mirrorDo you feel like you improved with your 2nd portrait? If so, how? If not, why do you think you didn't improve? What could you or I have done differently?
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Positive/Negative Space CollageHow did you use organic or geometric shapes to create a balance of positive and negative space?
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Gridded PortraitDo you have a wide range of values in your portrait? (light values ranging to very dark values). How do you apply a wide range of values using graphite?
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Linear perspective drawingsDo you think you have a good understanding of how to used one and two point perspective to show depth of space in a drawing? Why or why not?
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Monochromatic portraitHow did you mix tints and shades in order to create your monochromatic painting?
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Texture Project
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Personal Symbolism project
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I can classify art according to specified styles.
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B.V.1.4I recognize how Elements of Art and Principles of Design are used in art.Critique 1: The Child's Bath by Mary CassattWhich elements did you write about in your critique? (Elements are line, shape, value, space, color and texture)
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Basic Drawing QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Principles of Design Journal pagesHow did this exercise help you understand how artists use the principles of design?
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Principles of Design QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Critique 2: Orb in Cradle by Chunghi ChooHow did you analyze the shapes in this sculpture? What did you write about in regards to positive and negative space?
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Shape and Form QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Critique 3: Basquiat by Mark PowellWhich elements and principles did you write about in this critique?
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Value QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Critique 4: The Disintegration of Persistence of Memory by Salvador DaliWhat techniques did Salvador Dali use in this painting to show depth of space?
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Space QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Color QuizWhat grade did you get on this quiz?
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Critique 5: Still Life of Purple and Yellow by Janet FishHow did Janet Fish choose to use color in this painting? Where do you see rhythm and repetition?
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Critique 6
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B.V.2.1I understand the role of planning in solving artistic problems.Still Life using thumbnail sketchesHow can an artist use thumbnail sketches to plan their artwork?
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Texture project
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Symbolism project planning
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B.V.2.2I understand the relationships between sensory awareness and artistic expression.blind contour drawingWhat is a blind contour drawing? How does making a blind contour drawing make you more aware of the object you are drawing?
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Texture Rubbings
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Texture Worksheets
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Texture project
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B.V.2.3I can create personal, symbolic expression as a means of communication (original, visual language).Personal symbolism project
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B.V.3.1I understand the appropriate and safe use of tools, media, and equipment.Positive/Negative Space Collage: Creating a collage out of shapes cut from paperExplain how someone could achieve "excellent craftsmanship" with this collage:
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Value Scales: how to use shading pencils in a variety of waysExplain what the numbers of the pencils mean. Explain the 4 different shading techniques you used to create a range of values.
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Shading a sphere: how to use shading pencils to create the illusion of a 3-D objectHow were you able to use the blending techniques that you learned to shade a circle to look like a 3-D sphere?
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Graphite: still life drawing from thumbnail sketches, Gridded portrait, linear perspective drawingsWhat do you like about using graphite? What have you learned about graphite? Do you feel like you've improved in this medium?
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Positive/Negative Space Collage: Paper collage Did you like creating a paper collage? Why or why not?
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Acrylic paint: monochromatic portraitWhat tricks did you learn about using acrylic paint? How do you mix colors? How can you apply the paint more carefully to stay within the lines? How did you make the layers more opaque?
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Texture Project
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Personal symbolism project
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B.V.3.2I can use a variety of media including 2-D, 3-D and digital to produce art.
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B.V.3.3I can exemplify characteristics of different artistic processes.Blind Contour drawings: 5 of your hand and 3 of an object Did you complete this assignment? What grade did you get?
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Contour drawings: A contour drawing of an objectDid you complete this assignment? What grade did you get?
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Drawing ellipses: 3 viewpoints of a cupHow does an ellipse change with viewpoint?
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Using thumbnail sketches: drawing of a still lifeDo you feel like using thumbnail sketches helped you prepare for your drawing? Why or why not?
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Drawing the head and facial features using correct proportions: The Structure of the head, proportions of the face, drawing the features of the face (eye, nose, mouth, ear and hair)Can you draw the head and face using correct proportions? Why or why not?
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Value Scales: Using graphite pencils to create 8 different values using blending, hatching, cross-hatching and stipplingWhat grade did you get on your value scales? If you earned less than a 100, why did you lose points?
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Shading a Sphere: using shading techniques to create the illusion of a 3D formWhat grade did you get on "shading a sphere?" If you learned less than a 100, why did you lose points?
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Grid drawing: Using ratios in the form of a grid to enlarge a drawing more accuratelyExplain the process of using a grid to accurately enlarge a photo into a drawing of the same proportions.
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Monochromatic portrait- projecting artworkThere are many well-known, respected artists that project and trace their images, there are many artists that use the "grid method" and many artists that draw completely free-hand. Now that you have learned all three methods, what are your thoughts on this?
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Texture worksheets/Texture project: creating simulated and invented textures
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B.CX.1.1I can use visual arts to explore concepts in world history and relate them to significant events, ideas, and movements from a global contextAbout Guernica assignment
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How artists use visual symbols
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B.CX.1.2I can explain how art influences historical perspectives on societyAbout Guernica assignmentHow can artists, like Picasso, influence the way society views an historical event?
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B.CX.1.3I understand how art is used to document human experience.About Guernica assignmentPicasso was very affected by the newspaper article that he read about the bombing in Guernica. He went straight home and began working on the painting. What's another example of an artist that has documented "human experience?"
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B.CX.1.4I can interpret art in terms of cultural and ethnic context.
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B.CX.1.5I can explain the effect of the geographic location and physical environment on the media and subject matter of art.Explain the effect of geographic location and physical environment on the media and subject matter in Guernica.
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B.CX.2.1I can analyze the contribution of art to the design of consumable goods, products, and services, both historical and contemporary.
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B.CX.2.2I can recognize the interdisciplinary knowledge used in the creation of art.Gridded Portrait Drawing: Ratios/Proportion can be used to more accurately enlarge a drawingExplain how you used a ratio to enlarge a photo into a drawing. How would you make a 5" x 7" photo THREE times larger?
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Linear perspective drawingsExplain how math is used in linear perspective drawing. What professions could you imagine using this skill in?
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About Guernica assignment
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B.CX.2.3I can analyze the collaborative process in the creation of art.
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B.CX.2.4I can analyze the role of art in creating digital images, technological products, and design
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B.CR.1.1I understand the art criticism process.
Critique 1: The Child's Bath by Mary CassattWhat are the 4 steps of the art criticism process?
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Critique 2: Orb in Cradle by Chunghi ChooWhat 5 pieces of information do you include when you describe an artwork?
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Critique 3: Basquiat by Mark PowellHow do you analyze an artwork?
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Critique 4:The Disintegration of Persistence of Memory by Salvador DaliHow do you interpret an artwork?
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Critique 5: Still Life of Purple and Yellow by Janet FishHow do you evaluate an artwork?
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Critique 6
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B.CR.1.2I can use teacher-generated criteria to evaluate personal art.Gridded Portrait1. How accurate is your drawing? 2. Was it hard to trust the grid? 3. Did you use good range of value (at least 5 different values)? 4. How well did you apply the media (graphite)? Is it blended smoothly, or, if it has evidence of marks- do they look purposeful?
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Monochromatic Portrait1. How well/accurate was your tracing of the image when we projected it? 2. How well did you mix your values? Did they step up evenly in gradation? 3. Did you apply your values in the correct location? 4. How good is the "craft" of your painting? Does the paint stay neatly within the lines? Does it look "clean?" 5. How opaque is the paint? Did you paint several layers to create complete opacity?


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