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3-4Hudson School District
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4Teacher: Jodi YoungmanTitle: Raven# of Classes: 3-4Medium: Crayon Resist
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Learning Targets:
I can use materials safely and appropriately
I can use color, shape, and space in art.
I can use pattern in art.
Vocabulary: Pattern, resist, Folk Tale, wash, shape, spaceEnduring Understanding:
People create and interact with objects, places, and design that define, shape, enhance, and empower their lives
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NAEA Standards:
When making art, utilize and care for materials, tools, and equipment in a manner that prevents danger to oneself and others.
Document, describe, and represent regional constructed environments.
Revise artwork in progress on the basis of insights gained through peer discussion.
Through observation, infer information about time, place, and culture in which a work of art was created.
Materials & Resources:
The Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest by Gerald McDermott,
12" X 18" white paper,
pencils,
erasers,
crayons,
black watercolor,
brushes,
water,
water containers
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Procedures:
1. Begin by reading The Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest by Gerald McDermott. DIscuss Folk Tales and their use in communities.
2. Use guided drawing to draw a raven on the paper, almost as big as the paper. When the basic shape of the bird is complete discuss patterns and identify patterns on the raven in the book.
3. Ask the students to make their raven unique by adding their own patterns of simple shapes.
4. When all ravens are complete, demonstrate how to use crayon to color dark and not allow any white of the paper to show through the colored shapes. Explain that any paper showing through will become black when painted. Remind students that any area they would like white should be colored with white crayon.
5. Work time, coloring will most likely take more than one class period.
6. When the ravens are all colored demonstrate how to create a black wash over the whole bird to fill in the black sections.
7. When the birds are dry, students should cut them out. Teacher option of mounting them on colored paper or leaving them as cut out birds.
8. Students will log into Google Classroom and complete the assessment.
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Connections:
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Art History:
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Artistic Style:
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Artist and/or Book: Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Southwest
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Elements: Shape, Space
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Principles: Pattern
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Assessment:
1. Completed works of art will be assessed for use of pattern, balance of space, thorough coloring, and craftsmanship.
2. Students will log into Google Classroom to complete the assessment. https://docs.google.com/a/hudson.k12.wi.us/forms/d/1mStXIGhXqrD3A59fezdkNO54IaRSdZIrMjgJ5-eIR5c/edit
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