K 12 Art Curriculum by p0R7Ep

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									                                       msad #34
Art Curriculum
     k-12



                                       Adopted:       March 25, 2003
                                                   MSAD #34
                                              Fine Arts: Visual Arts

                                                    Philosophy


We believe that arts are the core of all learning. A young student enters school with a sense of wonder and a
need to express his/her relationship with the world. As art educators, we need to show respect for this inherent
creativity and to recognize that each student comes into the art setting with his or her own individual set of life
experiences. It is necessary to provide a comfortable stimulating environment in which each student will gain
the art skills that will foster confidence to learn, exploration, and individual growth. The student needs the
opportunity to acquire the tools and language with which to appreciate and critique the merits and meaning of
art in the world. Through the study of cultural diversity, the student will develop an awareness of where we
come from, who we are, and where we are going.


                                                   Outcomes

(1) The learner will develop an awareness of the elements of art and the principles of design, both natural and
    man-made.


(2) The learner will explore and develop the relevance of art as an universal language.

(3) The learner will create a supportive and stimulating environment in which risks can
    be taken in order to develop artistic expression.

(4) The learner will develop manual skills and explore these skills through a variety of mediums.

(5) The learner will discuss and critique art in a non-judgmental manner.




                                                MSAD #34
                                         Elementary Art Curriculum
                                                Grades: K-5

PREFACE:
We believe that arts are the core of all learning. A young student enters school with a sense of wonder and a
need to express his/her relationship with the world. As art educators, we need to show respect for this inherent
creativity and to recognize that each student comes into the art setting with his or her own individual set of life
experiences. It is necessary to provide a comfortable stimulating environment in which each student will gain
the art skills that will foster confidence to learn, exploration, and individual growth. The student needs the
opportunity to acquire the tools and language with which to appreciate and critique the merits and meaning of
art in the world. Through the study of cultural diversity, the student will develop an awareness of where we
come from, who we are, and where we are going.



                                            GUIDING PRINCIPLES

1. A clear and effective communicator
        Uses oral, written, visual, artistic, and technological modes of expression
        Reads, listens to and interprets messages from multiple sources
        Uses English and at least one other language
2. A self-directed and life-long learner
        Demonstrates the capacity to undertake independent study
        Finds and uses information from libraries, electronic data bases, and other resources
        Creates career and education plans that reflect personal goals, interests and skills, and available
          resources
3. A creative and practical problem solver
        Observes situations objectively to clearly and accurately define problems
        Identifies patterns, trends, and relationships that apply to solutions to problems
        Generates a variety of solutions, builds a case for the best response, and critically evaluates its
          effectiveness of this response
         Frames questions and designs data collection and analysis strategies from all
           disciplines to answer those questions
4. A responsible and involved citizen
        Understands the importance of accepting responsibility for personal decisions and actions
        Recognizes and understands the diverse nature of society
        Knows the means of achieving personal and community health and well-being
        Recognizes the power of personal participation to affect the community and demonstrates
          participation skills.
5. A collaborative and quality worker
        Demonstrates reliability, flexibility, and concern for quality
        Knows the structure and functions of the labor market
        Assesses individual interests, aptitudes, skills, and values in relation to demands of the workplace
6. An integrative and informed thinker
        Applies knowledge and skills in and across English language arts, visual and performing arts,
          foreign languages, health and physical education, mathematics, science, social studies, and career
          preparations
        Comprehends relationships among different modes of thought and methods associated with the
          traditional discipline.
                                             GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
                                                 GRADES 1 & 2


UNIT: ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand line as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will name and use a variety of line.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify line in the environment, other artists’ work, and in
               his/her own work.
Objective 3:   The learner will practice line with a variety of media and tools.

Goal B: The learner will understand color as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify primary colors.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of secondary colors through
               experimenting with the primary colors in various activities.
Objective 3:   The learner will recognize and discuss how colors show emotions.
Objective 4:   The learner will identify colors in our environment both natural and
               man-made.
Objective 5:   The learner will identify warm and cool colors.
Objective 6:   The learner will create patterns using colors.

Goal C: The learner will understand shape as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will create basic geometric shapes through drawing and cutting.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize and understand the differences between organic
               and geometric shapes.
Objective 3:   The learner will recognize and understand that repeating shapes create
               patterns.
Objective 4:   The learner will identify shapes in the environment, artists’ works, and
               his/her own work.
Objective 5:   The learner will recognize positive and negative shapes.

Goal D: The learner will understand space as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will describe similarities and differences in terms of qualities of
               space.
Objective 2:   The learner will depict himself/herself in relative size.
Objective 3:   The learner will identify right-left, centers, and corners.
Objective 4:   The learner will identify the horizon line as a base line.
Goal E: The learner will understand texture as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will locate, describe, and identify examples of many different
               kinds of textures, visual and tactile, within the natural environment, man-
               made, and simulated.
Objective 2:   The learner will simulate, experiment, and practice making textures that are
               found and observed, through various media and tools.
Objective 3:   The learner will create rubbings from a variety of surfaces.
Objective 4:   The learner will discuss how artist use textures in various painting and
               sculpture historically and culturally.
Objective 5:   The learner will discuss his/her own and peers’ discoveries pertaining to
               texture.

Goal F: The learner will understand value as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will experiment with the concepts of hue through the mixture of
               colors.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize and identify the value of a color in the
               environment both natural and man-made, artists’ work, and his/her own
               work.
Objective 3:   The learner will practice building forms with clay or wood to understand
                changes of form, push-pull, and 2D/3D.

UNIT: PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand balance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will develop an understanding of the word ‘balance’ as he/she
               create sculptures.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize symmetrical designs.

Goal B: The learner will understand repetition (rhythm and pattern) as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will recognize that curve and straight lines represent different
               types of movements.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that the repetition of lines,
               shapes or colors will create a pattern and a rhythm in an art work.
Objective 3:   The learner will identify patterns in his/her environment, natural and man-made.
Objective 4:   The learner will recognize and discuss how artist use patterns and rhythm to
               create texture.

Goal C: The learner will understand form as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify and understand the differences between shape and
               form.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify a sculpture and understand the role of a sculptor.
Objective 3:   The learner will experience a variety of materials to create 3 dimensional
               work.
Objective 4:   The learner will view and discuss various sculptures.

Goal D: The learner will understand contrast as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will observe differences in all art elements (light and dark, thin
               and thick lines, hard and soft edges, smooth and rough) in artist work, peer
               work, his/her own work and familiar environments.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify, discuss, and draw contrasting lines. (thin/thick,
               rough/smooth)
Objective 3:   The learner will identify and discuss contrast in nature, the environment, and
               artist works.

Goal E: The learner will understand unity as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify and use various lines, shapes, color, texture, and sizes that are
               similar within their own artwork and notable artists’ work.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize and identify elements within the familiar
               environment that are similar and create a feeling of harmony.

Goal F: The learner will understand emphasis/dominance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify an image’s importance by it’s placement in the
               artwork.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify and discuss how to create a center of interest with
               size, placement, color, value, contrast, balance, and rhythm.
Objective 3:   The learner will show a center of interest by surrounding muted colors with
               brighter colors.
Objective 4:   The learner will change the sequence of his/her images to create a focal
               point.

UNIT: ROLE OF ART AND ARTISTS IN OUR CULTURE

Goal A: The learner will understand the impact of art in our culture and others.

Objective 1:   The learner will be exposed to a variety of art, past and present, and discuss
               what he/she see.
Objective 2:   The learner will meet local artists, either by visiting studios or having artists
               visit the school.
Objective 3:   The learner will visit galleries and a museum.
Objective 4:   The learner will create a variety of artwork related to past cultures.
Objective 5:   The learner will recognize common subjects through different times and
               cultures.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize and acknowledge the various careers in art.
Objective 7:   The learner will demonstrate an awareness of the relationship of form and
               function.

UNIT: AESTHETICS AND CRITICISM

Goal A: The learner will become comfortable discussing works of art.

Objective 1:   The learner will discuss the elements and principles of design in famous
               artists’ works and his/her own.
Objective 2:   The learner will view a variety of artworks from notable artists through
               posters, videos, books, slides, gallery visits, and a museum visit.
Objective 3:   The learner will view artwork and discuss what he/she sees, what the image
               expresses and what feelings it may evoke of the viewer.
Objective 4:   The learner will create art projects related to the work of well known artists
               and based on the elements and principles of design.

Goal B: The learner will develop an understanding and awareness of critiquing.

Objective 1:   The learner will recognize and identify the elements of design in famous
               artist’ works and his/her own work.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop a comfort level talking about artist’s, peer’s and
               own work.
Objective 3:   The learner will learn vocabulary to enhance his/her ability to discuss art.
Objective 4:   The learner will recognize visual images that attempt to influence and
               persuade and to develop an understanding of how he/she accomplish this.
Objective 5:   The learner will recognize styles, technique, and medium used in art work of
                well known artists.

UNIT: SKILLS AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Goal A: The learner will develop skills and experiment with a variety of media.

Objective 1:   The learner will use the techniques of drawing, painting, printing, sculpting,
               assembling, collage, and weaving.
Objective 2:   The learner will use materials in a responsible and safe manner.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop problem solving skills in art lessons.
Objective 4:   The learner will implement basic decisions about his/her process and
               materials.

Objective 5:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of art as expressive and
               unique through the use of tools and materials of art.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize and understand how an “accident” may enhance
               his/her work.
Objective 7:   The learner will apply learned skills into creating his/her own work.
Objective 8:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that visual expression is
                stimulated through a variety of sources.
Objective 9:   The learner will explore the arts as a means of visual communication with a
               universal language.

                                         GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
                                             GRADES 3 & 4


UNIT: ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand line as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will develop a further understanding of concepts learned in
               grades 1 and 2.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop an understanding that repeating lines create texture.
Objective 3:   The learner will identify and create lines that can be 2 or 3 dimensional.
Objective 4:   The learner will recognize and create lines to show emotion.
Objective 5:   The learner will describe line using a variety of words.
Objective 6:   The learner will communicate ideas using line.
Objective 7:   The learner will discuss lines in nature, man-made goods, artists’ work, and
                his/her own work.
Objective 8:   The learner will recognize perspective in the environment.


Goal B: The learner will understand color as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will create secondary colors by mixing primary colors.
Objective 2:   The learner will create values of colors.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop an understanding of how light affects color.
Objective 4:   The learner will practice using warm colors.
Objective 5:   The learner will develop an understanding of how color is affected by
               distance.
Objective 6:   The learner will practice creating tints and shades of color.

Goal C: The learner will understand shape as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify positive and negative shapes.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop an understanding of symmetrical and asymmetrical
               shapes.

Objective 3:   The learner will recognize and understand how the placement and size of
               shapes can create an illusion of depth.
Objective 4:   The learner will develop an understanding of how the repetition of shape can
               create rhythm.
Objective 5:   The learner will combine shapes to create more complex shapes .
Objective 6:   The learner will use shapes to create 3 dimensional work.

Goal D: The learner will understand space as an element of design.
Objective 1:   The learner will develop more realistic concepts of space and an awareness
               of depth.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize, understand, and practice creating an illusion of
               space through the placement of shapes, overlapping objects, receding size
               and scale of objects, and through value changes of objects.
Objective 3:   The learner will label and discuss the foreground, middle ground, and
               background and identify objects in each of these areas within an artwork.
Objective 4:   The learner will discuss geometric shapes and their relationship within the
               environment, architectural spaces, and city planning.
Objective 5:   The learner will distinguish between relief and free-standing sculpture and
               study how artist use realistic, abstract, non-objective spaces.
Objective 6:   The learner will identify, recognize, and draw objects from various positions
               and viewpoints. (top, sides, ant’s eye view, bird’s eye view. etc).

Goal E: The learner will understand texture as an element of design.

Objective 1: The learner will simulate and create many different illusions of textures by
             using lines, shapes and patterns.
Objective 2: The learner will discuss the relationship of texture to line, shape, value,
             color.
Objective 3: The learner will create rhythm and texture through repetition and design
             patterns as found in quilts. (visual texture)
Objective 4: The learner will analyze how artist use textures in various media and styles
             (craft, paintings, sculptures, magazines, books), their own work, and the
             work of peers.
Objective 5: The learner will discuss the differences and similarities between two and
              three dimensional textures and surfaces.
Objective 6: The learner will demonstrate an understanding that texture stimulates both
              the sense of touch and sight and can predict the tactile surface by it’s
             appearance.

Goal F: The learner will understand value as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will practice changing the value of a color and create a simple
               value study of grays. (light, middle, and dark tones)
Objective 2:   The learner will identify monochromatic color schemes ( tints and shades)

Objective 3:   The learner will understand how color is affected by changing light in the
               environment. ( changes in time of day, atmosphere, distance, shadows in
               nature).
Objective 4:   The learner will develop awareness of depth and practice making cast
               shadow shapes and using light and dark to cause shadows and shading.
Objective 5:   The learner will identify, analyze and discuss how artist indicate changes of
                light, shading and shadows techniques in artworks and design.
Objective 6:   The learner will practice creating volume and mass through technique such
               as hatching and blending.
Objective 7:   The learner will discuss and analyze how light, dark, and middle tones are
               used in realistic, abstract, non-objective, and architectural works to create
               surfaces and mood.
Objective 8:   The learner will discuss various careers and what value, shape and shading
                mean in architecture, commercial art, television artist, advertising, interior
               designers, photography, etc.

UNIT: PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand balance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify and discuss symmetrical and asymmetrical designs.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop an understanding of how balance affects a
               composition.
Objective 3:   The learner will understand that balance can be achieved by use of color,
                texture, shape, line, pattern.

Goal B: The learner will understand repetition (rhythm and pattern) as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will develop an understanding of how the use of line can create a
               sense of motion.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify patterns and rhythm in nature, artist works, and
               their own works.
Objective 3:   The learner will create movement in images using patterns and rhythms.

Goal C: The learner will understand form as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will explore various techniques to create the illusion of form.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the difference between
               relief and 3 dimensional sculpture.
Objective 3:   The leaner will demonstrate an understanding of how light can affect 3
                dimensional work.
Objective 4:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the terms realistic and
               abstract in a 3-dimensional work.
Objective 5:    The learner will demonstrate an understanding about the role of the architect
                in their culture and others.

Goal D: The learner will understand contrast as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that differences in art
               elements can add visual interest and focal points.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that depicting similarities
               between the art elements provide a feeling of order while differences create
               variety and greater contrast.
Objective 3:   The learner will identify, discuss and draw contrasting shapes, values,
               shadows, colors, patterns, and textures.
Objective 4:   The learner will view artworks and identify ways the artist used contrast as
               well as own work and that of peers.

Goal E: The learner will understand unity as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify and understand how artist use various elements of
                art in an artwork to unify a composition.
Objective 2:   The learner will comprehend one way to create harmony in a composition
                relates to the size and proportion of various aspects of an image.
Objective 3:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of using complementary
               colors to create unity.

Goal F: The learner will understand emphasis/dominance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will discuss and create dominance with line, shape, value, space,
               color, pattern and texture.
Objective 2:   The learner will discuss dominance in decorative designs, abstract artworks,
               and realistic subject matter.
Objective 3:   The learner will identify and discuss how dominance/emphasis create moods
               and feeling in artworks.
Objective 4:   The learner will identify and discuss how artist use dominance/emphasis to
               create centers of interest or focal paints and to communicate a meaning.

UNIT: ROLE OF ART AND ARTIST IN OUR CULTURE

Goal A: The learner will understand the impact of art on our culture.

Objective 1:   The learner will be exposed to a variety of art, past and present, and discuss
                what they see.
Objective 2:   The learner will meet local artists, by visiting studios or having artists visit
               the school.
Objective 3:   The learner will visit galleries and museums.
Objective 4:   The learner will create a variety of artwork related to past cultures.
Objective 5:   The learner will recognize common subjects through different times and
               cultures.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize and acknowledge the various careers in art.
Objective 7:   The learner will become aware of the relationship of form and function.

UNIT: AESTHETICS AND CRITICISM

Goal A: The learner will become comfortable discussing and writing about works of art.

Objective 1:   The learner will discuss and/or write about the elements and principals of design in famous
               artists’ works and own work.
Objective 2:   The learner will view a variety of artworks from notable artist through
               posters, videos, books and slides, gallery visits, and art museums.
Objective 3:   The learner will talk and/or write about what they see, what the image expresses, and what
               feelings it may evoke in them.
Objective 4:   The learner will create art projects related to the work of well-known artists
               and based on the elements and principles of design.

Goal B: The learner will develop an understanding and awareness of critiquing.

Objective 1:   The learner will recognize and identify the elements of design in famous
               artist’ works and his/her own work.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop an understanding of how visual images can be used
                to influence and persuade.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop a comfort level talking about artist’s, peer’s and
               own work.
Objective 4:   The learner will develop an understanding of realistic and imaginative work.
Objective 5:   The learner will learn vocabulary to enhance his/her ability to discuss the
               art.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize visual images that attempt to influence and
               persuade.
Objective 7:   The learner will recognize styles, technique, and medium used in art work of
               well-known artists.

UNIT: SKILLS AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Goal A: The learner will develop skills and experiment with a variety of media.

Objective 1:   The learner will use the techniques of drawing, painting, printing, sculpting,
               assembling, collage, and weaving.
Objective 2:   The learner will use materials in a responsible and safe manner.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop problem solving skills in art lessons.
Objective 4:   The learner will implement basic decisions about his/her process and
                materials.
Objective 5:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of art as expressive and
               unique through the use of tools and materials of art.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize and understand how an “accident” may enhance
               his/her work.
Objective 7:   The learner will apply learned skills into creating his/her own work.

Objective 8:  The learner will demonstrate an understanding that visual expression is
              stimulated through a variety of sources.
Objective 9: The learner will explore the arts as a means of visual communication with a
              universal language.
Objective 10: The learner will identify lines, shapes, colors, and patterns in artwork and
               environment.

                                          GOALS & OBJECTIVES:
                                                    Grade 5


UNIT: ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand line as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that line is a tool used to
                indicate value.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that combining different
               colors of line can create new colors.
Objective 3:   The learner will use and identify line to show depth and space.
Objective 4:   The learner will experiment with vanishing point and point perspective.
Objective 5:   The learner will use line to create more detail in own work.

Goal B: The learner will understand color as an element of design.

Objective 1:  The learner will create a color wheel.
Objective 2:  The learner will demonstrate an understanding that analogous colors share
              the same color.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate an understanding that complimentary colors
              are opposite on the color wheel.
Objective 4: The learner will develop an understanding of creating a dominance of warm
              or cool colors and it’s importance in an artwork.
Objective 5: The learner will discuss the use of color in art and his/her surroundings
               using an increased vocabulary.
Objective 6: The learner will develop an understanding of how color can influence their
              decisions as a consumer.
Objective 7: The learner will develop an understanding of creating a mood in the
              environment through color.
Objective 8: The learner will discuss how color relationships create an illusion of space.
Objective 9: The learner will use a variety of materials focusing on technique as well as
              spontaneity.
Objective 10: The learner will become familiar with how artists use a variety of
               techniques and media in their understanding of color.
Objective 11: The learner will explore famous works of art that demonstrate a varied use
              of color.

Goal C: The learner will understand shape as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will create shapes with texture, shadow and color.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding how shapes are used as
               symbols.

Goal D: The learner will understand space as an element of design.
Objective 1:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that closer objects appear
               larger and show more detail than those farther away and practices initial
               concepts of perspective.
Objective 2:   The learner will create depth using line, shadow, texture, color and size.
Objective 3:   The learner will analyze and comprehend size, scale, placement, and
               overlapping relationships to create depth illusions and render foreshortened
               views of objects.
Objective 4:   The learner will understand terms: horizon line, vanishing pint, center of
               vision.
Objective 5:   The learner will practice positive-negative space relationships.
Objective 6:   The learner will analyze and discuss differences in realistic, abstract,
               non-objective space and how other artist, and peers, use space in artworks.
Objective 7:   The learner will identify and practice differences in 2 and 3-D space.

Goal E: The learner will understand texture as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will observe, analyze, and discuss the various ways artist use
               pattern and texture in artworks, crafts and architecture; as well as, his/her
               own and peer’s artworks.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding how textures are used to
               show depth.
Objective 3:   The learner will practice and create the illusion of 3 dimensional surface
               textures through the use of 2 dimensional means (lines, shapes, patterns, and
               dots) and various forms of media. (drawing, paintings, fiber, printmaking, and
               collage)
Objective 4:   The learner will practice and create 3-D texture in various forms of media.
               (paintings, clay, weaving, sculpture).

Goal F: The learner will understand value as an element of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will draw a value scale of a color from light to dark using 10
                values.
Objective 2:   The learner will discuss and practice mixing tints and shades of colors.
Objective 3:   The learner will observe soft and sharp shadows and differentiate values in
               artist works, photographs and the environment.
Objective 4:   The learner will recognize and demonstrate various tonal ranges and changes
                in value from natural or synthetic light which create shadows, suggest form,
               and create an illusion of depth (simple objects like oranges, folds in cloth).
Objective 5:   The learner will create a 3-D effect with 2-D materials using value changes
               and practice using crosshatching and stippling to create shading.
Objective 6:   The learner will discuss and analyze how artist use value in his/her art works
               to indicate dimension and shadows and to indicate space.
Objective 7:   The learner will identify negative and positive shapes in works of art and the
               environment. (shapes created by both the branches of a tree and the spaces
               between the branches)
UNIT: PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

Goal A: The learner will understand balance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:    The learner will create symmetrical and asymmetrical designs.
Objective 2:   The learner will increase his/her vocabulary in discussing own work and
               artwork of others..

Goal B: The learner will understand repetition (rhythm and pattern) as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will utilize his/her understanding of patterns and rhythm to
               create own images.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that multiple images
               represent movement through time.
Objective 3:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that a repetition of images
               with a change in detail, size and color can represent motion.
Objective 4:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding that repeated similar forms
               create rhythm.
Objective 5:   The learner will apply how the use of pattern may enhance their own
               images.

Goal C: The learner will understand form as a principle of design.

Objective 1:    The learner will assimilate previous knowledge in creating a 3 dimensional
                work.
Objective 2:   The learner will demonstrate an understanding of how line, shape, texture,
               space, and value can be manipulated to create a work of art.
Objective 3:   The learner will increase his/her vocabulary, enabling a more in depth
               discussion of artworks.

Goal D: The learner will understand contrast as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify, discuss, and draw contrasting spaces (in art,
               architecture, etc).
Objective 2:   The learner will identify contrast in decorative design, abstract art, and
               artworks that use subject matter.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop images that use the elements of design to create
               contrast.

Goal E: The learner will understand unity as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will use the elements of art (color, line, shape, texture, form,
               space) to unify a composition.
Objective 2:   The learner will recognize analogous colors as those that share a common
               hue and can be used to create unity.
Objective 3:   The learner will discuss and make basic decisions about the methods and
               materials they use and how it enhances their art works.
Objective 4:   The learner will organize images and the elements of art to create unity as
               well as use a variety of scale, surface, line, value, and shape to create
               interest in a composition.

Goal F: The learner will understand emphasis/dominance as a principle of design.

Objective 1:   The learner will identify and discuss how dominance or centers of interest
               are established in architecture.
Objective 2:   The learner will identify and discuss dominance in a psychological use.
Objective 3:   The learner will discuss the focal points and centers of interests in their lives
               and how society has certain dominant characteristics which can be expressed
               artistically.
Objective 4:   The learner will practice achieving dominance-emphasis; centers of interest;
               focal points with various media.

UNIT: ROLE OF ART AND ARTIST IN OUR CULTURE

Goal A: The learner will understand the impact of art on our culture.

Objective 1:   The learner will be exposed to a variety of art, past and present, and discuss
               what they see.
Objective 2:   The learner will meet local artists, by visiting studios or having artists visit
               the school.
Objective 3:   The learner will visit galleries and museums.
Objective 4:   The learner will create a variety of artwork related to past cultures.
Objective 5:   The learner will recognize common subjects through different times and
               cultures.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize and acknowledge the various careers in art.
Objective 7:   The learner will become aware of the relationship of form and function.


UNIT: AESTHETICS AND CRITICISM

Goal A: The learner will become comfortable discussing and writing about works of art.

Objective 1:   The learner will discuss and/or write about the elements and principals of design in famous
               artists’ works and own work..
Objective 2:   The learner will view a variety of artworks from notable artist through
               posters, videos, books and slides, gallery visits, and art museums.
Objective 3:   The learner will talk and/or write about what they see, what the image expresses, and what
               feelings it may evoke in them.
Objective 4:   The learner will create art projects related to the work of well-known artists
               and based on the elements and principles of design.

Goal B: The learner will develop an understanding and awareness of critiquing.
Objective 1:   The learner will recognize and identify the elements of design in famous
               artist’ works and his/her own work.
Objective 2:   The learner will develop an understanding of how visual images can be used
               to influence and persuade.
Objective 3:   The learner will develop a comfort level talking about artist’s, peer’s and
               own work.
Objective 4:   The learner will develop an understanding of realistic and imaginative work.
Objective 5:   The learner will learn vocabulary to enhance his/her ability to discuss the
               art.
Objective 6:   The learner will recognize visual images that attempt to influence/persuade.
Objective 7:   The learner will recognize styles, technique, and medium used in art work of
               well known artists.

UNIT: SKILLS AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Goal A: The learner will develop skills and experiment with a variety of media.

Objective 1:  The learner will use the techniques of drawing, painting, printing, sculpting,
              assembling, collage, and weaving.
Objective 2: The learner will use materials in a responsible and safe manner.
Objective 3: The learner will develop problem solving skills in art lessons.
Objective 4: The learner will implement basic decisions about his/her process and
              materials.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of art as expressive and
              unique through the use of tools and materials of art.
Objective 6: The learner will recognize and understand how an “accident” may enhance
              his/her work.
Objective 7: The learner will apply learned skills into creating his/her own work.
Objective 8: The learner will demonstrate an understanding that visual expression is
              stimulated through a variety of sources.
Objective 9: The learner will explore the arts as a means of visual communication with a
              universal language.
Objective 10: The learner will identify lines, shapes, colors, and patterns in artwork and
              environment.



                                                 MSAD #34
                                         Troy Howard Middle School
                                           Visual Arts Curriculum



                                                  PREFACE:
We believe that arts are the core of all learning. A young student enters school with a sense of wonder and a
need to express his/her relationship with the world. As art educators, we need to show respect for this inherent
creativity and to recognize that each student comes into the art setting with his or her own individual set of life
experiences. It is necessary to provide a comfortable stimulating environment in which each student will gain
the art skills that will foster confidence to learn, exploration, and individual growth. The student needs the
opportunity to acquire the tools and language with which to appreciate and critique the merits and meaning of
art in the world. Through the study of cultural diversity, the student will develop an awareness of where we
come from, who we are, and where we are going.


                                            GUIDING PRINCIPLES

4. A clear and effective communicator
        Uses oral, written, visual, artistic, and technological modes of expression
        Reads, listens to and interprets messages from multiple sources
        Uses English and at least one other language
5. A self-directed and life-long learner
        Demonstrates the capacity to undertake independent study
        Finds and uses information from libraries, electronic data bases, and other resources
        Creates career and education plans that reflect personal goals, interests and skills, and available
          resources
6. A creative and practical problem solver
        Observes situations objectively to clearly and accurately define problems
        Identifies patterns, trends, and relationships that apply to solutions to problems
        Generates a variety of solutions, builds a case for the best response, and critically evaluates its
          effectiveness of this response
        Frames questions and designs data collection and analysis strategies from all
           disciplines to answer those questions
4. A responsible and involved citizen
        Understands the importance of accepting responsibility for personal decisions and actions
        Recognizes and understands the diverse nature of society
        Knows the means of achieving personal and community health and well-being
        Recognizes the power of personal participation to affect the community and demonstrates
          participation skills
7. A collaborative and quality worker
        Demonstrates reliability, flexibility, and concern for quality
        Knows the structure and functions of the labor market
        Assesses individual interests, aptitudes, skills, and values in relation to demands of the workplace
8. An integrative and informed thinker
        Applies knowledge and skills in and across English language arts, visual and performing arts,
          foreign languages, health and physical education, mathematics, science, social studies, and career
          preparations
        Comprehends relationships among different modes of thought and methods associated with the
          traditional discipline.
                                         GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
                                               GRADE 6


Goal A: The learner will develop an awareness of the elements and principles of
        design, both natural and man made.

Objective 1: The learner will recognize lines, shapes, forms, texture, value, space, and
            color as elements of art.
Objective 2: The learner will recognize repetition (pattern and rhythm) balance, emphasis,
            contrast, and unity as principles of design.
Objective 3: The learner will apply knowledge of the elements and principles to several
            media projects.
Objective 4: The learner will apply knowledge of color to a tempra paint project.
Objective 5: The learner will gain knowledge about the properties of tempra paint.
Objective 6: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of tempra paint.

Goal B: The learner will gain an understanding of different artists’ techniques and
        the time period in which they lived.

Objective 1: The learner will explore an artist’s background, time in history, techniques,
            and contributions.
Objective 2: The learner will experiment different techniques of presented artists.

Goal C: The learner will reflect upon his/her own art works and the art work of
        other artists.

Objective 1: The learner will reflect upon his/her art piece with teacher/peer. (constructive criticism)
Objective 2: The learner will participate in a group session critiquing the art work of a given artist.
Objective 3: The learner will recognize and discuss the difference between a personal opinion and an educated
judgement about the meaning of various works.
Objective 4: The learner will visit a local gallery.
Objective 5: The learner will adhere to etiquette when visiting a gallery.



                                         GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
                                               GRADE 7


Goal A: The learner will develop an awareness of the elements and principles of
        design, both natural and man made.

Objective 1: The learner will recognize lines, shapes, forms, texture, value, space, and
            color as elements of art.
Objective 2: The learner will recognize repetition (pattern and rhythm) balance, emphasis,
            contrast, and unity as principles of design.
Objective 3: The learner will apply knowledge of the elements and principles to several
            media projects.
Objective 4: The learner will apply knowledge of color to a tempra paint project.


Goal B: The learner will gain an understanding of different artists’ techniques and
        the time period in which they lived.

Objective 1: The learner will explore an artist’s background, time in history, techniques,
            and contributions.
Objective 2: The learner will experiment different techniques of presented artists.

Goal C: The learner will reflect upon his/her own art works and the art work of
        another artists.

Objective 1: The learner will reflect upon his/her art piece with teacher/peer.
            (constructive criticism)
Objective 2: The learner will participate in a group session critiquing the art work of a
            given artist.
Objective 3: The learner will recognize and discuss the difference between a personal
            opinion and an educated judgment about the meaning of various works.
Objective 4: The learner will visit a local gallery.
Objective 5: The learner will adhere to the etiquette when visiting a gallery.

                                         GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
                                               GRADE 8

Goal A: The learner will develop an awareness of the elements and principles of
        design, both natural and man made.

Objective 1: The learner will apply lines, shapes, forms, texture, value, space, and color
             as elements of art.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate repetition (pattern and rhythm) balance,
             emphasis, contrast, and unity as principles of design.

Objective 3: The learner will apply knowledge of the elements and principles to several
            media projects.
Objective 4: The learner will apply knowledge of color to an acrylic paint project.
Objective 5: The learner will apply the knowledge of clay to a project. (hand building,
            potter’s wheel)
Objective 6: The learner will gain knowledge about the properties of acrylic paint.
Objective 7: The learner will gain knowledge about the properties of clay.
Objective 8: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of acrylic paint.
Objective 9: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of clay.
Goal B: The learner will gain an understanding of different artists’ techniques and
        the time period in which they lived.

Objective 1: The learner will research an artist’s background, time in history, techniques,
            and contributions.
Objective 2: The learner will present his/her research in written form, visual
            representation, and an oral presentation.

Goal C: The learner will reflect upon his/her own art works and the art work of
        other artists.

Objective 1: The learner will reflect upon his/her art work through a verbal critic with the
             teacher.
Objective 2: The learner will participate in a group session critiquing the art work of a
            given artist.
Objective 3: The learner will reflect upon his/her own artwork through a written critic
            using the guidelines provided by the teacher.

                                    UPON COMPLETION OF GRADE 8

(3) The learner will develop an awareness of the elements of art and the principles of design, both natural and
    man-made.


(4) The learner will explore and develop the relevance of art as a universal language.

(3) The learner will create a supportive and stimulating environment in which risks can
    be taken in order to develop artistic expression.

(5) The learner will develop manual skills and explore these skills through a variety of mediums.

(5) The learner will discuss and critique art in a non judgmental manner.




                                                   MSAD #34
                                            Belfast Area High School
                                                  Course: Art I


Course Description: Art I is a beginning level art course for all students to develop an understanding of the
Elements of art and the Principles of design. The course involves the students in art vocabulary, design
problems, art history and critique. Media exploration in drawing, watercolor and tempera painting, printmaking
and sculpture, will involve the students in practical image making. Art projects and reports are an integral part
of the course. Teaching strategies will include, but not be limited to, lecture, film, slides, media demonstrations,
and hands on projects.

                                            GUIDING PRINCIPLES

7. A clear and effective communicator
        Uses oral, written, visual, artistic, and technological modes of expression
        Reads, listens to and interprets messages from multiple sources
        Uses English and at least one other language
8. A self-directed and life-long learner
        Demonstrates the capacity to undertake independent study
        Finds and uses information from libraries, electronic data bases, and other resources
        Creates career and education plans that reflect personal goals, interests and skills, and available
           resources
9. A creative and practical problem solver
        Observes situations objectively to clearly and accurately define problems
        Identifies patterns, trends, and relationships that apply to solutions to problems
        Generates a variety of solutions, builds a case for the best response, and critically evaluates its
           effectiveness of this response
         Frames questions and designs data collection and analysis strategies from all
            disciplines to answer those questions
4. A responsible and involved citizen
        Understands the importance of accepting responsibility for personal decisions and actions
        Recognizes and understands the diverse nature of society
        Knows the means of achieving personal and community health and well-being
        Recognizes the power of personal participation to affect the community and demonstrates
           participation skills
9. A collaborative and quality worker
        Demonstrates reliability, flexibility, and concern for quality
        Knows the structure and functions of the labor market
        Assesses individual interests, aptitudes, skills, and values in relation to demands of the workplace
10. An integrative and informed thinker
        Applies knowledge and skills in and across English language arts, visual and performing arts,
           foreign languages, health and physical education, mathematics, science, social studies, and career
           preparations
        Comprehends relationships among different modes of thought and methods associated with the
           traditional discipline.


COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:


Goal A: The learner will understand the elements of art.
Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate the use of line in art.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate and the use of color in art.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate and the use of form and shape in art.
Objective 4: The learner will demonstrate the use of space in art.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate and the use of texture in art.
Objective 6: The learner will demonstrate the use of value in art.
Objective 7: The learner will demonstrate a knowledge of, and use the vocabulary of the elements of art.


Goal B: The learner will understand drawing.
Objective 1: The learner will observe and record a still life, natural and man made.
Objective 2: The learner will create images from their imagination.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate the use of the rules of perspective.
Objective 4: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the goals and techniques
            of commercial art (logo, add layout, lettering, architecture, etc.)
Objective 5: The learner will observe and record a human figure.


Goal C: The learner will understand color theory and painting.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate a knowledge of the vocabulary of color as used
            with the color wheel.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate skills in seeing the effects of light on color.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate a knowledge of the difference in paint
             mediums.

Goal D: The learner will gain an understanding about the history of art. (recognition of style)

Objective 1: The learner will research and report on the arts and artists of various periods. Objective 2: The
learner will be able to link works of art to their historical period.

Goal E: The learner will understand the method of critique as a means to evaluate art.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of criticism as a positive
            method of evaluating a work of art.
Objective 2: The learner will use the critique format and appropriate vocabulary in
            evaluating their own and others work.


Goal F: The learner will gain an understanding about sculpture.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of how art occupies space.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of 3D composition.

Goal G: The learner will gain an understanding about printmaking.
Objective 1: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the printmaking process.

                                              Course: Art Portfolio

Course Description: Art Portfolio is an art class designed to give students the opportunity to develop the
proper body of two dimensional artwork required to apply to post secondary institutions with the intent to study
art. This course is designed for the student who is intending to apply to a post secondary program of study in
art. Art Portfolio consists of drawing in various mediums from actual observations, color theory and painting,
sculpture exploration, and slide preparations.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES


Goal A: The learner will develop a body of two dimensional artwork required to apply to a post
secondary institution with the intent to study art.

Objective 1: The learner will create, develop and maintain a body of artwork.
Objective 2: The learner will develop a common design language to use during group
            critiques.
Objective 3: Students will research colleges and other post secondary institutions
            regarding the arts.


Goal B: The learner will experiment and explore the making of personal art through various mediums.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of charcoal through drawing
             from still life.
Objective 2: The learner will explore the techniques of pencil.
Objective 3: The learner will develop skill using Sumi brushes and ink.
Objective 4: The learner will develop skills using black permanent marker as a drawing
            medium.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate the principles of watercolor through practical
            assignments.
Objective 6: The learner will develop a sense of his/her own style in the art.




Goal C: The learner will understand the process of presenting his/her artwork.

Objective 1: The learner will discuss different aspects of presenting his/her artwork in an
            art exhibit.
Objective 2: The learner will participate in the actual hanging of artwork in an art exhibit.

                                             Course: Painting I & II
Course Description:

Painting I&II are intermediary art courses for students who have had Art I or Crafts I. This course involves the
students in note taking, problem solving critiquing, art history and test taking. Homework and current art events
are an integral part of the course. Media exploration in drawing, watercolor, tempera paint and oil paint will
involve students in practical image making. Students will develop an understanding of the quality and purpose
of different paints and styles. Museum trips, gallery visits and visiting artists will be included in the course.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Goal A: The learner will understand the nature and effect of color.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the color wheel and the
            vocabulary associated with the color wheel.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate that color effects other color, creates mood,
            shows temperature and distance.

Goal B: The learner will understand the nature of paint.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the process for making
            paint and simple basic ingredients.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate the understanding of the vocabulary used
            when making paint.

Goal C: The learner will understand the characteristics of watercolor paint.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the properties of
            watercolor, the nature of ground pigments, the need for binding agents, and
            technical applications.
Objective 2: The learner will describe the advantages and disadvantages of using water
            color paint.

Goal D: The learner will understand the characteristics of tempera paint.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate the properties of tempera; the nature of ground
             pigments, the need for binding agents, and technical applications of tempera.

Objective 2: The learner will describe the advantages and disadvantages of using
             tempera.

Goal E: The learner will understand the characteristics of oil paint.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate the properties of oil paint; the nature of ground
            pigments, the needs for binding agents, and technical applications.
Objective 2: The learner will describe the advantages and disadvantages of using oil
            paint.
Objective 3: The learner will use the correct vocabulary specific to oil painting. (glazing,
            scumbling, impasto, direct and indirect methods.

Goal F: The learner will understand the idea of subject matter.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the conventional symbols
             in art.
Objective 2: The learner will use the vocabulary of representation, abstract, and non
             objective art.

                                                 Course: Crafts I

Course Description: This course is a beginning level Fine Arts course designed to give students a hands on
approach to working in various media throughout a series of experiences which become increasingly more
complex and challenging as the year goes on. This course guides students through personal approaches
regarding the elements of art, design language, and creative expression. The physical motor skills and the
cognitive understanding of how art and fine crafts are made is explored and their processes nurtured through
media such as collage, basketry, jewelry, stain glass, mask making, color theory and rocketry. In addition to
hands on studio work, students are involved with reflective critiques, art shows, historical knowledge, cultural
significance, lectures, and problem solving.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

UNIT: COLLAGE

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding of collage.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate and develop an understanding of their own
            culture.
Objective 2: The learner will communicate ideas through a series of group projects
            involving the skill of problem solving.
Objective 3: The learner will utilize the principles of design in demonstrating a cohesive
            visual statement.
Objective 4: The learner will develop a common language in discussing class projects.
Objective 5: The learner will gain skills, which may be used in all other curricula.



UNIT: BASKETRY

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding about basketry.

Objective 1: The learner will develop and demonstrate an understanding of the cultural
            importance of basketry.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate knowledge of basket making.
Objective 3: The learner will create a larger body of finished pieces.
UNIT: MASK MAKING

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding of mask making.

Objective 1: The learner will research masks and write about his/her findings.
Objective 2: The learner will develop a sense of the importance of art in ritual, ceremony,
            and culture.
Objective 3: The learner will create a finished piece, which will convey a sense of who
            the learner is.
Objective 4: The learner will properly display his/her artwork.
Objective 5: The learner will develop a sense of teamwork and tolerance.
Objective 6: The learner will develop and demonstrate vocabulary regarding his/her
            artwork.

UNIT: JEWERLY

Goal A The learner will gain an understanding about jewelry making.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding about jewelry as an art form,
            body adornment, and the importance jewelry has to a culture.
Objective 2: The learner will create show quality, functional and wearable pieces of art.
Objective 3: The learner will develop a sense of aesthetics in relationship to his/her
            personal reflection.
Objective 4: The learner will develop common methods of understanding art through
            analytical critique and evaluation.

UNIT: STAINED GLASS

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding about stain glass.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the historical significance
            and ramifications of glass.
Objective 2: The learner will compare and discuss early and modern art glass.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate skills needed to create his/her own glass art
             piece.

UNIT: SUPPORT

Goal A: The learner will gain self discipline skills needed to maintain the creative process.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the self discipline skills
            needed to maintain self-initiative throughout the creative process.

UNIT: WRITTEN REPORT
Goal A: The learner will gain knowledge of a specific area of craft through research.

Objective 1: The learner will research and write about an area of crafts interesting to
            them.
Objective 2: The learner will analyze art forms through writing.

                                                Course: Crafts 2

Course Description: This course is a continuing experience for the serious craft student. Further exploration of
concepts learned in Crafts 1 will be the major focus in this class. Students will work at their own pace and have
an opportunity to spend time working on individual areas of study. Advanced tools and techniques will be
utilized in order to produce three dimensional glass pieces, jewelry, small containers, and other arts/crafts
objects.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:


UNIT: PLASTER CRAFT BUST

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding about face casting.

Objective 1: The learner will produce a face casting based on previous knowledge.
Objective 2: The learner will sculpt the face expanding to an entire bust.
Objective 3: The learner will produce a finished sculptural bust showing technical skill,
            an aesthetic approach and intent.


UNIT: JEWELRY AND SILVERSMITHING

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding about jewelry and silver-smithing.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate sawing and piercing in three dimensions.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate proper forging techniques.
Objective 3: The learner will perform sinking techniques.
Objective 4: The learner will explore soldering operations using an acetylene torch.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate proper rivit making procedures.
Objective 6: The learner will explore design procedures.
Objective 7: The learner will combine several skills in one piece of art.
Objective 8: The learner will present for show, finished products showing form, function,
            and technical skill.

UNIT: MIXED MEDIA

Goal A: The learner will gain an understanding about mixed media.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding about mixed media through
            text, photo/slides, and visits to galleries and studios.
Objective 2: The learner will combine skills learned to make functional pieces of art.

                                             Course: 3D Arts I & II

Course Description:

3D Arts I&II are one semester courses offered sequentially for students who have taken Art I to pursue more
advanced instruction in sculpture and ceramics. Students will develop an understanding of the elements of art
and the principles of design as they apply to the 3D arts. The course involves the students in art vocabulary,
design problems, art history and critique. Media exploration in subtractive and additive modeling, mold making
and casting will involve the students in practical avenues to the creation of forms. Handmade and wheel
“thrown” work, glazing, underglazing, and firing will give students a foundation in ceramics. Art projects and
reports are an integral part of the course. Teaching strategies will include, but not be limited to; lecture, film,
slides, media presentations, and hands on demonstrations.

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Goal A: The learner will develop an understanding about sculpture.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate how art occupies space.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of 3D composition.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of molding and casting.
Objective 4: The learner will demonstrate the techniques of additive and subtractive
            sculpture.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship of
            sculpture to it’s historical context.
Objective 6: The learner will use the vocabulary of 3D art.
Objective 7: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the local economics of
            ceramics.

Goal B: The learner will understand the elements of art.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate the use of line in 3D forms.
Objective 2: The learner will demonstrate the use of color in the surface treatment
            of 3D forms.
Objective 3: The learner will demonstrate the use of shape in 3D forms.
Objective 4: The learner will demonstrate the use of space and volume in 3D art.
Objective 5: The learner will demonstrate the use of texture in 3D art.
Objective 6: The learner will use the vocabulary of the elements of art.

Goal C: The learner will understand the process of critique.

Objective 1: The learner will demonstrate an understanding of criticism as a positive
            method of evaluating a work of 3D art.
Objective 2: The learner will use the critique format and appropriate vocabulary in
evaluating their own and others work.

								
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