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Grade: Kindergarten Elementary Art Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Elements of Design - Line - shape - texture - color theory -

Trimester: 1

Teacher:

Skill
Basic drawing skills Using vocabulary How to use materials (scissors, glue, oil pastels, watercolors, etc.) -

Standard
D1, D3 -

Assessment
Did the student use the materials correctly? Can the student use the vocabulary appropriately?

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Grade: Kindergarten Elementary Art Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Ceramics -

Trimester: 2

Teacher:

Skill
History of clay Techniques – texture, pinching, rolling Appropriate behavior – no throwing clay, etc. -

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 -

Assessment
Did the student use the materials correctly? Did the student demonstrate appropriate behavior? Did the student create a final ceramics piece? Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design?

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2. Painting

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History of various painters Elements and principles of design - Line, color, emphasis, balance, shape, unity

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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3. Sculpture Construction Use of multi-media, variety of materials Elements and principles of design – form, color, space, texture, emphasis

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Did the student finish a sculpture? Did they successfully manipulate the materials?

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Grade: Kindergarten Elementary Art Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Storytelling -

Trimester: 3

Teacher:

Skill
Cross-curricular – communicating ideas through a story Expressing ideas through visual representation -

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 -

Assessment
Did the student create a visual representation of a story?

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2. Installation Art Working in a group – collaborative art Working with a variety of materials – multimedia

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Did the student work cooperatively to create a finished project?

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Subject: First Grade Content/Topic (Resources)
Elements and principles of Design • Line • Shape • Texture • Space • color theory Possible artists to study Wassily Kandinsky • • •

Trimester: 1 Skill
Basic painting, and drawing skills Using art vocabulary Mixing the primary colors to get the secondary colors How to properly use and take care of art materials, (paint, paint brushes, glue, etc.) •

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 • • • • •

Assessment
Did the students use the materials correctly? Can the student use the vocabulary appropriately? Can the student mix their primary colors to get their secondary colors? Can the student use the color wheel to mix colors? Did the student create a finished work of art that meets the specifications for the project?

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Subject: First Grade Content/Topic (Resources)
• Painting •

Trimester: 2 Skill
Use of the elements and principles of design, line, shape, pattern, color, rhythm, unity Demonstrating competencies in cutting, gluing, tearing and assembling an art work. Using the elements and principles, color, pattern, texture, color, line, contrast, etc. Construction Use of a variety of three dimentional art materials Elements and principles of design-form, color, space, texture, emphasis

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
• D1, D3, D4 • •

Assessment
Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design? Did the student create a finished project? Did the student display proficiency in cutting, gluing, tearing and assembling an art work? Did the student demonstrate using proper art vocabulary?

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Mixed media

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Possible artists, Van Gogh, Matisse, Eric Carle

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Sculpture

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Did the student complete a sculpture? Did they successfully manipulate the art materials? Can they explain three dimensional arts? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design? Did the student use the materials correctly? Did the student demonstrate appropriate behavior? Did the student create a final ceramics piece? Did the student use the correct vocabulary?

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D1, D2, D3, D4 D1, D2, D3, D4

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History of clay Techniques-texture, pinching, rolling Appropriate behavior-no throwing clay, etc.

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Subject: First Grade Content/Topic (Resources)
• Drawing • • •

Trimester: 3 Skill
Basic drawing skills, using various mediums. Various proportions that go into drawing people. Elements and principles of art, unity, movement, balance, space, color, shape, and line History of painting in other cultures. Elements and principles of design space, value, shape, line, rhythm, emphasis, balance, movement and contrast Use a variety of art materials Use the elements and principles of art texture, shape, space, unity, pattern and contrast Elements and principles of design, form, emphasis, rhythm, movement, balance, contrast, pattern, unity, form, texture, color, shape and line Assembling art using various materials. •

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1, D3, D4 • •

Assessment
Did the student create a finished work of art? Did the student use art vocabulary correctly?

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Painting

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Possibly studying Japan or other cultures

Did the student create a finished work of art? Did the student use art vocabulary correctly?

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Printmaking

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• D1, D2, D3, D4 •

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Mixed media

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Did the student complete a print? Did the student demonstrate use the correct vocabulary when pulling a print? Did the student create a finished work of art? Did the student use art vocabulary in appropriate manner? Did student use art materials correctly?

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Subject: Second Grade Content/Topic (Resources)
• Drawing • • • •

Trimester: 1 Skill
History of various artists Uses skill of observational drawing Uses drawing and painting materials appropriately Elements and principles of design, line, shape, color, form, texture, pattern, balance, unity History of various artists Uses drawing and painting materials appropriately Elements and principles of design, line, shape, color, form, texture, pattern, balance, unity Elements and principles of design, form, emphasis, rhythm, movement, balance, contrast, pattern, unity, form, texture, color, shape and line Assembling art using various materials. •

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 • •

Assessment
Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design? Did the student use their time wisely?

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Painting

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D1, D2, D3, D4

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Possible artists of study Vincent Van Gogh and Joan Miro

• • D1, D2, D3, D4 • • •

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Mixed media

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Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design? Did the student use their time wisely? Did the student use vocabulary correctly? Did the student create a finished work of art Did the student use art vocabulary in an appropriate manner?

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Subject: Second Grade

Trimester: 2

Teacher: Elementary Art

Content/Topic (Resources)
• Mixed media (Continued) •

Skill
Elements and principles of design, form, emphasis, rhythm, movement, balance, contrast, pattern, unity, form, texture, color, shape and line Assembling art using various materials. •

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 •

Assessment
Did the student create a final piece? • Did the student use the materials correctly? • Did the Student demonstrate appropriate behavior? • Did the student use correct vocabulary?

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• • Printmaking •

History of printmaking Elements and principles of design, pattern, unity, texture, line and shape. Procedure for pulling a print

• • D1, D2, D3, D4 • •

Did the student create a finished work of art? Did the student use printmaking equipment correctly? Did the student demonstrate their knowledge of printmaking vocabulary?

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Subject: Second Grade

Trimester: 3

Teacher: Teacher: Elementary Art

Content/Topic (Resources)
• Ceramics • • •

Skill
History of clay Techniques-texture, pinching, rolling, coiling Appropriate behavior-no throwing clay, etc. •

Standard
D1, D3, D4 • •

Assessment
Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design? Did the student demonstrate proper techniques?

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Sculpture

History of sculpture and sculptors • Construction • Use of three dimensional multimedia • Elements and principles of design-form, color, space, texture, shape, emphasis, line, rhythm, movement, balance, unity

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• • D1, D2, D3, D4 • • •

Did the student create a finished project? Did the student demonstrate proper use of art vocabulary? Can they explain three dimensional arts? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of design?

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Subject: 3rd Grade Month: 1st Trimester Elementary Art Skill
• • • Emphasis on drawing skills Using proper vocabulary Continued discussion of elements and principles of design Cross curricular art tessellations (*geometry) •

Teacher:

Content/Topic (Resources)
Elements and Principles of Design • • • • • • • • Color Line Shape Texture Pattern Unity Rhythm Space

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 •

Assessment
Did the student complete a finished work? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

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Potential artists of discussion • M.C. Escher Introduction of materials. Structure and Layout

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Subject: Third Grade Month: 2nd Trimester Elementary Art Skill
Elements and principles of design • form, color, space, texture •

Teacher:

Content/Topic (Resources)
Drawing • Cross curriculum involvement of music • Art and emotional response

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 • • • • D1, D2, D3, D4 • • • • D1, D2, D3, D4 • • • • •

Assessment
Did the student complete a finished artwork? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Did the student complete a finished piece? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design? Did the student complete a finished piece? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

Collage • Altered Paper • Potential Artist of discussion Eric Carle

Elements and principles of design • form, color, space, texture, movement, emphasis, contrast, value Layout • emphasis, positive and negative space Elements and principles of design • shape, color, line, texture, value Layout • foreground, middle ground, background

Painting

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Subject: 3rd Grade Month: 3rd Trimester Art Education Skill
• • • • • Painting using color theory • • • Emphasis on construction skills and fine motor technique Using proper vocabulary Application of elements and principles of design Emphasis on layout, procedures and structure Using proper vocabulary Continued emphasis of elements and principles of design Art history and identification Ceramic manipulation •

Teacher:

Content/Topic (Resources)
Ceramics

Standard
D1, D2, D3, D4 • • • • • D1, D2, D3, D4

Assessment
Did the student complete a finished piece? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

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Subject: 4th Grade Month: 1st Trimester Education Skill
• • • Emphasis on drawing skills Using proper vocabulary Continued discussion of elements and principles of design Art history Fine motor painting skills Introduction of multiple mediums and techniques •

Teacher:Art

Content/Topic (Resources)
Elements and Principles of Design • Color • Line • Shape • Texture • Pattern • Unity • Rhythm • Space Potential artists of discussion • Seurat, Dali Introduction of multiple art movements • Surrealism • Pointillism Structure and Layout

Standards
D1,D2, D3, D4, D5

Assessment
• • • • Did the student complete a finished work? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary appropriately? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

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Subject: 4th Grade Month: 2nd Trimester Art Education Skill
• • • • • Emphasis on layout, procedures and structure Using proper vocabulary Continued emphasis of elements and principles of design Art history and identification Emphasis on drawing skills and techniques Using proper vocabulary Application of elements and principles of design •

Teacher:

Content/Topic (Resources)
Print making

Standard
D1,D2, D3, D4, D5

Assessment
• • • Did the student complete a finished work? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary in an appropriate manner? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

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D1,D2, D3, D4, D5

Graphic Design

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Subject: 4th Grade Month: 3rd Trimester Art Education Skill
• • • • • Color theory and principles of graphic design • • •

Teacher:

Content/Topic (Resources)
Ceramics

Standard
• • • •

Assessment
Did the student complete a finished work? Were materials used appropriately? Does the student use vocabulary in an appropriate manner? Can the student apply the elements and principles of design?

D1,D2, D3, D4, D5 Emphasis on layout, procedures and structure Using proper vocabulary Continued emphasis of elements and principles of design Art history and identification Ceramic manipulation D1,D2, D3, D4, D5

Emphasis on construction skills and fine motor technique Using proper vocabulary Application of elements and principles of design

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Grade: 5th Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Elements and Principles of Design - Line - Shape - Texture - Pattern - Unity - May discuss artists such as M.C. Escher and Bridget Riley 2. Collaborative art Continued discussion of elements and principles of design Working in a group to create a final artwork Using decision-making skills to come to a consensus of creative design May discuss Ndebele houses in South Africa or Andy Warhol and Pop Art Critique or presentation of artwork -

Trimester: 1 Skill
Basic drawing skills Using proper vocabulary How to create a radial design or optical illusion -

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1a, D1b, D1c, D5 -

Assessment
Did the student use the materials correctly? Can the student use the vocabulary appropriately? Did the student create a work of art that demonstrated knowledge of the elements and principles of design?

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D1a, D1b, D1c, D2, D4, D5 Did the student work in a group effectively? Did the group demonstrate an understanding of the art history discussed (Pop art or Ndebele culture)? Did the student participate in the critique or presentation by the group?

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Grade: 5th Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Masks of various cultures -

Trimester: 2 Skill
Basic structural skills Using mixed media to create the design of the mask – 3-dimensional format Using patterns and symbols used by a variety of cultures -

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1a, D1b, D1c, D2, D4, D5 -

Assessment
Did the student use the materials correctly? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of working in a 3D format? Did the student use patterns and symbols appropriately?

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2. Ceramics (creating a box or a mask) may study artists such as Maria Martinez, Peter Voulkos

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Using clay tools appropriately (no throwing clay, etc.) Demonstrating techniques such as glazing, scoring and slipping, adding textures, ‘drawing’ on the clay (self portrait, symbols, etc.) Elements and principles of design – shape, form, texture, pattern, unity

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D1a, D1b, D1c, D2, D5 Did the students use the materials correctly? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of how to manipulate clay? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of techniques – glazing, scoring and slipping, adding textural elements to their piece?

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Grade: 5th Content/Topic (Resources)
1. Self portraits – may study artists such as Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Khalo, Chuck Close, Tintoretto -

Trimester: 3 Skill
Elements and principles of design – color, shape, texture, value, balance, contrast How to draw a portrait – alignment of facial features, styles of drawing (realistic, abstract) Self identity – visual representation of his/her interests, personal traits, hopes and dreams Elements and principles of design – line, space, value, emphasis, movement How to draw buildings in one-point perspective, how to show buildings going back in space Discuss use of one-point perspective in theater – backdrop for a play, etc. Critique/discussion of artwork Elements and principles of design – discuss ALL words Review projects and skills discussed throughout the year Artist portfolios - purpose of keeping an artist portfolio, discuss artist communities -

Teacher: Elementary Art Standard
D1a, D1b, D1c, D2, D4, D5 -

Assessment
Did the student demonstrate an understanding of how to draw a portrait? Did the student use proper vocabulary? Did the student represent him/herself visually through various colors to represent moods, lines to represent personality traits, etc.? Did the student demonstrate an understanding of elements and principles of design? Did the student demonstrate correct techniques for drawing buildings in perspective? Did the student participate in class discussions, critiques, etc.?

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2. Introduction to one-point perspective -

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3. Review activity – may be art word bingo or other game to review vocabulary and skills demonstrated throughout the year

- D1a, D1b, D1b, D2, D3, D4, D5 Did the student use proper vocabulary such as elements and principles of design? Did the student participate in critique/discussion of the year’s projects

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