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					                             Third Grade Art Curriculum

                               Essential Discipline Goals

Critical:             The student will develop the ability to describe, analyze, interpret,
                      and judge art

Historical/Cultural: The student will develop an understanding of the visual arts as a
                     basic aspect of the shared ideas, beliefs, customs, and experiences
                     of a given people at a given time

Production:           The student will develop and organize knowledge, skills, ideas,
                      and feelings for expression in the creation of art

Aesthetics:           The student will develop the ability to identify, analyze, and apply
                      criteria for making visual aesthetic judgments based on the senses
                      and how they are affected

Grade Three (AR.300)
Standard:         Indicators:

CRITICAL
AR.300.10    Recognize the variety and richness of natural and human-made visual
             forms and phenomena (1.1, 1.1a, 1.1b)*
       AR.300.10.01       Interpret visual characteristics common to natural form
       AR.300.10.02       Interpret visual characteristics common to human-made
                          forms
       AR.300.10.03       Interpret natural forms, patterns, and motifs that are
                          common to natural and human-made forms

AR.300.15     Identify ways that art represents what people see, know, imagine, and
              feel (3.2, 1.2, 1.2a, 1.2b)*

       AR.300.15.01       Identify subject matter of various works of art
             AR.300.15.01a        Portrait
             AR.300.15.01b        Landscape
             AR.300.15.01c        Seascape
             AR.300.15.01d        Cityscape
             AR.300.15.01e        Still life

AR.300.20    Use the “language” of visual form and those elements and design
             concepts which can be identified when observing art (1.3a, 1.2a)*
       AR.300.20.01        Define, practice and use the following art vocabulary
                           throughout the year (3.2b, 1.2a)*
             AR.300.20.01.a       ART ELEMENTS:




* References Final Draft Voluntary State Curriculum Elementary Art                     7/09
                                           Color Primary, Secondary, Warm, Cool,
                                                  Neutral, Complementary, Value,
                                                  Monochromatic, Shade, Tint
                                           Line Thick, Thin, Dotted, Dashed,
                                                  Zig-Zag, Jagged, Curved, Straight
                                                  Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal
                                  Shape and Form Geometric, 2D, 3D,Organic
                                         Texture See, Feel
                                          Space Overlapping
                                         Background, Middleground, Foreground,
                                         Perspective
              AR.300.20.01.b      ART PRINCIPLES:
                              Repetition, Pattern
                                          Balance Symmetrical, Asymmetrical
                           Focal Point, Emphasis
                                        Contrast
                                         Rhythm
              AR.300.20.01.c      Medium, Media
              AR.300.20.01d       Color Wheel

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL
AR.300.25   Recognize the ways in which works of art express ideas about self,
            other people, places, and events (2.1)*
      AR.300.25.01        Demonstrate how a variety of cultures express ideas about
                          people, places, and events (2.1, 2.1a, 2.1b, 2.3)*
      AR.300.25.02        Interpret and create symbols, styles, and themes used in
                          a variety of cultures (2.1a, 2.1b, 2.2, 2.2a)*

AR.300.30    Identify ways that people use art for purposes in the community,
including communication, embellishment, fantasy, and propaganda (2.2)*
       AR.300.30.01        Interpret ways that people use art to enhance the
                           appearance of their own community (2.2a)*
       AR.300.30.02        Interpret ways and ideas that use art for communication
       AR.300.30.03        Interpret how an artist embellishes, creates fantasy, and
                           propaganda
       AR.300.30.04        Discuss the role of an art museum in a community

AR.300.35    Recognize the ways in which artists stylize or otherwise put their
             unique stamp on their art (2.2, 2.2a, 2.2b, 2.3a)*
       AR.300.35.01       Identify and demonstrate ways that different artists stylize
                          projects
       AR.300.35.02       Identify, show, and design a creative project that involves
                          many different outcomes
       AR.300.35.03       Identify and interpret the different skills and art materials
                          used in a variety of cultures
       AR.300.35.04       Identify and interpret the different uses of art elements in



* References Final Draft Voluntary State Curriculum Elementary Art                  7/09
                           art objects of a variety of cultures
AR.300.40   Recognize the role of the visual arts in developing and enhancing the
            skills required for study in other content areas (2.4, 2.4a, 2.4b, 2.4c)*
      AR.300.40.01         Relate appropriate concepts from other content areas such
                           as language arts, math, science, and social studies

PRODUCTION
AR.300.45    Extend the kinesthetic experiences and manipulations, which are a
part of making art (3.1a)*
       AR.300.45.01        Design art activities to strengthen motor coordination
       AR.300.45.02        Practice and use grade level art tools and materials
                           correctly such as cutting and pasting, drawing, painting,
                           sculpting, printing, molding, building, and weaving.

AR.300.50    Interpret the visual effects generated by manipulating and
             experimenting with art materials (3.1a)*
       AR.300.50.01        Compare and contrast a variety of effects generated through
                           the manipulation of a particular media (i.e. flat wash,
                           graded wash, wet on wet)

AR.300.55    Use art elements to give compositions a sense of structure and unity
             representing ideas visually from observation, memory, and
             imagination (1.3, 1.3b, 3.1, 1.2b)*
       AR.300.55.01        Define, explore, and apply the following art concepts
                           (3.1c)*
             AR.300.55.01.a        ART ELEMENTS:
                                             Color Primary, Secondary, Warm, Cool,
                                                     Neutral, Complementary, Value,
                                                     Monochromatic, Shade, Tint
                                             Line Thick, Thin, Dotted, Dashed,
                                                     Zig-Zag, Jagged, Curved, Straight
                                                     Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal
                                   Shape and Form Geometric, 2D, 3D,Organic
                                            Texture See, Feel
                                             Space Overlapping
                                            Background, Middleground, Foreground,
                                            Perspective
             AR.300.55.01.b        ART PRINCIPLES:
                                   Repetition, Pattern
                                               Balance Symmetrical, Asymmetrical
                              Focal Point, Emphasis
                                             Contrast
                                              Rhythm
             AR.300.55.01.c         Medium, Media
       AR.300.55.02        Create artwork by subject matter
             AR.300.55.02a         Portrait



* References Final Draft Voluntary State Curriculum Elementary Art                 7/09
              AR.300.55.02b         Landscape
              AR.300.55.02c         Seascape
              AR.300.55.02d         Cityscape
              AR.300.55.02e         Still life


AR.300.60     Manipulate art media, materials, and tools safely (3.1b)*

AESTHETIC
AR.300.65     Express and defend the feelings generated by the visual
characteristics of the environment
      AR.300.65.01           Compare and contrast objects in the environment that
                             are/are not visually pleasing
      AR.300.65.02           Interpret feelings expressed in artwork

AR.300.70    Identify differences and similarities in the aesthetic characteristics of
             works of art
       AR.300.70.01         Discover and interpret the similarities and differences
                            depicted in a variety of cultures (4.1, 4.1a, 4.1b, 4.1c)*

AR.300.75     Continue to develop the ability to look at artwork and be able to
discuss its meaning (4.1, 4.1a, 4.1b, 4.1c)
       AR.300.75.01           Recognize and discuss the feelings and thoughts that
                              artists express through artwork




* References Final Draft Voluntary State Curriculum Elementary Art                   7/09

				
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