Grade 5 Art Unit Plan
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Summary Overview (Brief description and anticipated number of days for unit)MediaEssential Question and I CansElements/PrinciplesVocabulary / Terms CoveredHistorical ReferenceSkills & TechniquesCommon AssessmentsDifferentiation for ELL / Struggling LearnersDifferentiation for ExtensionResources Art Specific and TechnologyArt Standards
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Unit 1 Secondary Color ActivityThis activity serves as a preassessment to determine students' color knowledgeColor Project
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Unit 2 - Self PortraitBlind Contour PortraitsDrawing: Pencil and sharpie markerWhat responsabilities come with the freedom to create? What is art?Line, shape, color, contrastContour, line, composition, warm colors, cool colors, tints, shades, complimentary colorsAlberto GiacomettiObservational drawing, portraiturePortrait ProjectDifferentiation will be individually based upon students' needs and strengths. This will be assesed as needed.Differentiation will be individually based upon students' needs and strengths. This will be assesed as needed.Ian Sklarsky: Blind Contour ArtistAnchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
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Unit 3 Japanese Dancing Dragon BooksIllustrationDrawing, watercolor painting, and book makingHow does art help us understand the lives of people of different times, places, and cultures?Line, shape, color, pattern, composition, contrast, primary color, secondary color, complementary colorJapanese block printing, primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, fading, tints and shades, cross hatchingUtagawa Konisada, Kuniyoshi, Utagawa SadahideWatercolor painting, book making
Dragon Project
Dragon Project
Anchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
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Unit 4- Still Life Observational DrawingObservational drawing, shading, value, texture, cross hatchingPencil, charcoalWhy are our observations of ordinary objects important?Composition, emphasis, value, contrastObservation, realism, composition, value, shading, dimension, monochromaticCezanneObservational DrawingRubric
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Unit 5 - Scientific Observational DrawingObservational drawing of microscopic images under blacklightFluorescent tempera paint, scratching sticks to make patternWhat behaviors support creativity and innovative thinking?Line, shape, complementary colorObservation, line, shape, color, contrast pattern, harmony, complementary colorErnst HaeckelColor mixing: how to make secondary colors, learning complementary colors, paintingMicroscopic Huge ProjectStanding while paintingUV Thread InstallationAnchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
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Stellar Caves
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Unit 6- Mask MakingSpirit Animal Mask drafting and sculptingModel magic clayHow does art help us understand the lives of people of different times, places, and cultures?Pattern, shape, form, texture, line, color, contrast, harmonyForm, exaggerate, mold, pattern, Haida, facial features, Pacific Northwest Native American Haida peopleMask making, sculptingMask ProjectGallery WalkHaida Mask MakerAnchor Standard 11: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding
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Future: GargoylesMet Museum Mask
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Unit 7- Figure CollageCollageColored paper, glueHow do life experiences influence the way you relate to art?Proportion, line, shape, formGesture, figure, observation, primary colors, secondary colorsMatisseFigure drawingFigure ProjectMatisse Exhibit at MoMAAnchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work
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Unit 8- AnimationPhenakistoscope and Zoetrope project (with room for stop motion animation projects)DrawingWhy do artists follow or break from established traditions?Movement, balance, emphasis, pattern, line, shapeAnimation, phenakistoscope, zoetrope, persistance of vision, stop motion, movementJoseph Plateau Animation, Milton Bradley's Zoetrope machinesAnimationAnimation ProjectJoseph Plateau Animation, Milton Bradley's Zoetrope machines, Elliot Schultz animation, reviewing contemporary animations, Disney, Pixar, and early victorian animation machinesAnchor Standard 6: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work
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Unit 9- Comic IllustrationComic frames arranged on a cube templateDrawing with pencil and sharpie markerHow do artists and designers determine goals for designing or redesigning objects, places or systems?Line, shape, color, emphasisComics, cross hatching, expression, emphasis, exaggeration, themeScott McCloudComic making, illustration, story tellingComic Cube ProjectPenmen ComicsAnchor Standard 6: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work
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Presentation
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Unit 10- PerspectiveOne/ two point perspective shape drawingDrawing with pencil, rulers, and sharpie markerWhy is learning to draw from perspective important?Value, proportionMonochromatic, one point perspetive, two point perspective, vanishing pointSchool at Athens by RaphaelPerspective DrawingPerspectivePerspective DrawingAnchor Standard 3: Refine and complete artistic Work
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Unit 11- Painting a Puzzle: MuralReplicating a painting in multiple piecesHow does collaboration expand the creative process?Line, shape, color, space, contrastMural, replication, observationPicasso, Matisse's Cut OutsMural, collaborative mural makingRubric, written refectionMatisse, The Cut OutsAnchor Standard 8: Interpret intent and meaning in artistic work
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If time allows, the following techniques will be explored:
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Weaving
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Scratch Art
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