Pop art History Lesson
Objective Students will review the predetermined pop art pieces onto the
instructor’s website using cellblock’s slideshow capabilities. They
will then pick their favorite and write a short paragraph on what
they like about the artwork. Then they will create their artwork in
the style of the piece they have chosen the next day in class. After
this we will upload the student artwork onto a new cellblock
allowing it to be seen by other classmates and parents.
Learning Environment The students will be using a computer with internet access outside
of school. Then they will also be in a classroom environment with
appropriate art materials. They will also use a computer and
scanner in the classroom.
Types of students The students will be in middle school.
Standards Indiana State Standards
Responding to Art 6.2
Creating Art 6.6, 6.7
Materials Computers with internet access outside and inside of school
Paints (non toxic), Markers, Colored Pencils, Crayons, Colored
Scanner connected to a computer in the school
Procedures 1. Each student will review the cellblock of predetermined
pieces of pop artwork displayed on the instructor’s
2. They will then select their favorite piece and write a short
paragraph about why they chose that particular piece of
3. The next day in class they will turn in their paragraphs and
use different mediums to create their own artwork inspired
by their chosen piece.
4. After the student’s artwork is completed and dry (if they
used paint) we will scan each piece into a computer and
upload them on a new cellblock that can be embedded
onto the instructor’s website.
Application The students will create their own pop art inspired work based on
the image they were shown on the cellblock on the instructor’s
Evaluation The students will be graded on how well they described what they
liked about the artwork. Also how clearly the relationship
between their own piece and the piece that they have chosen.
Evaluation Based on
1. Written Paragraph- 25
2. Finished Art Work
a) Completion- 10
b) Relationship to chosen piece- 10
c) Effort- 5