Checklist of Skills Mastered in Visual Arts
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Skill #SkillStandardMetMasteredWhat evidence do you have?Teacher "Sign-Off"
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1I can identify which art elements and design principles appear in a work of art.B.V.1.4
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2I can use each element of art (line, shape, form, value, space, color and texture) to demonstrate the principles of designB.V.1.4 B.V.1.2
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3I can recognize the definitions of the principles of design.B.V.1.4
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4I can describe an artwork by identifying the title, artist, date, subject matter, medium and genre.B.V.1.3
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5I can analyze an artwork by using art vocabulary to explain how the elements of art and principles of design were used.B.V.1.1 B.V.1.4
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6I can interpret an artwork based on it's cultural context. (Cultural Context: When it was made, where it was made, Who made it, why they made it)B.CX.1.4
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7I understand the art criticism process. (I can explain each of the 4-steps and use them to critique a work of art)B.CR.1.1
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8I can explain what a blind-contour drawing is, and I can create one.B.V.3.3
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9I can explain what an ellipse is and how it is used in art. I can demonstrate the correct use of an ellipse in a drawing.B.V.2.2
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10I can apply the use of thumbnail sketches to plan for a drawing or artwork.B.V.2.1
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11I can explain and demonstrate correct proportions of the face.B.V.3.3
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12I can draw the individual features of the face.B.V.3.3
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13I can draw the basic structure of human hair. B.V.3.3
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14I can use graphite to create a value scale that shows a gradation of 8 values.B.V.3.3 B.V.3.2
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15I can apply a minimum of 4 values to show a highlight, shadow, core shadow, reflective light and cast shadow on a sphere.B.V.3.3 B.V.3.2
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I can apply a minimum of 4 values to create a shaded portrait using graphite.
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17I understand and can identify art vocabulary.B.V.1.1 B.V.1.4
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18I can apply a ratio grid to create a more accurate drawing.B.V.3.3 B.V.3.2
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19I can recognize and explain at least 3 techniques that artists use to achieve the illusion of space in a 2-dimensional imageB.V.1.1 B.V.1.4
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20I can apply 1-point perspective to create the illusion of depth in a 2-dimensional artwork. B.V.3.3
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21I can apply 2-point perspective to create the illusion of depth in a 2-dimensional artwork.B.V.3.3
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22I understand color theory.B.V.1.4 B.V.1.1
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23I can mix a minimum of 4 values of one color and apply them to create a monochromatic painting.B.V.3.2 B.V.3.3
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24I can create a variety of simulated and invented textures.B.V.3.3
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25I can apply a variety of techniques in the planning stages of solving an artistic problem.B.V.2.1
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26I can decode symbolism in Ancient Egyptian artwork to explain details of Ancient Egyptian culture. B.CX.1
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27I can explain how the artwork of a culture can tell us about that culture's human experienceB.CX.1.3 B.CX.1.2 B.CX.1.1
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28I can explain how geographic location and physical environment can have an effect on the media and subject matter of art.B.CX.1.5
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29I can create personal artwork by applying symbolic expression as a means of communication. B.V.2.3
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30I understand the appropriate and safe use of tools, media and equipment. B.V.3.1
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