Abbott Art I Curriculum Mapping

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					          TEACHER Mary Ellen Abbott                                  SUBJECT Art I                                                        GRADE 9-12
MONTH        August                                               September                                                 October
             (1.) Photo Story Self-Expression                     (1.) Designing Paper for Peace Cranes                     (l.) Film Making and Japanese Culture
C            (2.) Art Careers and 3-D Design Study                (2.) Japanese Origami: Folding Peace Cranes                    Study (LAST SAMOURI)
O                    Dale Chihuly, Glass Sculptor                 (3.) Cartooning (4.) Japanese Animation Study:
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                                                                                                                            (2.) Set Design in Movie Production
                     Tommy Hilfiger, fashion designer                  SPIRITED AWAY by Hayao Miyazaki,                           (A World of Set Design- LAST
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                     Claes Oldenburg, Sculptor                         Academy Award winning animation
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N                    Andy Warhol, Pop Artist                      (5.) Japanese Culture Study- internet research
                                                                                                                            (3.) Japanese Culture Haikus
T                   Westside Alumni Shane Cook,                    (Research to write Haiku for calligraphy unit)
                    Architect                                                                                               (4) Flat Brush Calligraphy study
                                                                                                                            (5.) Drawing and Shading (Still Life)

             (1.) Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,   (1.) Explore the nature of creativity. (2.) Compare and    (1.) Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,
             emotions, and experiences to others.                 identify the materials, technologies, media, processes,   emotions, and experience to others. (2.) Investigate
             (2.) Investigate and communicate an                  and purposes of the visual arts with those of other       and communicate an understanding of visual arts
             understanding of visual arts career opportunities.   countries. (3.) Explore the nature of creativity. (4.)    career opportunities. (3.) Connect visual arts issues,
             Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,        Compare and identify the materials, technologies,         ideas, and themes with concurring humanities. (4.)
S            emotions, and experiences to others.                 media, processes, and purposes of the visual arts with    Apply inquiry, research, and exploration to create
K            Explore the nature of creativity.                    those of other countries. (5.) Employ various methods     art works using a wide variety of media, process,
I            Identify a variety of sources for subject matter,    of research such as technology.                           techniques, and tools. (5.) Create art works that
L            symbols and ideas.                                                                                             evidence thinking, awareness of design elements
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             (1.) A.1.1                                           (1.) A.1.4                                                (l.) A.1.1
F   W        (2.) A.1.6 A.1.1 A.1.4 A.1.9                         (2.) A.1.9 A.1.1 A.1.2 A.1.3                              (2.) A.1.6 A.1.5
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          TEACHER Mary Ellen Abbott                                 SUBJECT Art I                                               GRADE 9-12
MONTH       November                                             December                                                  January
            (1.) Surrealistic Study of Art Supply Still Life     (1.) Renaissance Art History and Culture Study            (1.)Perspective Study and Anti-Smoking
C           (2.) Michelangelo and Renaissance Artists            (2.) Art Criticism- learning about the artists and            Names for Packages
O                Study                                                their art work
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                                                                                                                           (2.) Life and Art of Vincent van Gogh and
            (3.) Tag Writing Paragraph on the                    (3.) Renaissance and Artists Test Review and                  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
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                 Relationship Between Michelangelo and                 Semester Test
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                                                                                                                               Similarities of the Above Artists
T                                                                                                                          (4.) Neo-Impressionism Study
            (l.) Generate and communicate ideas that create      (l.) Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,        (1.) Create art works that evidence thinking,
            multiple solutions to specific visual art problems   emotions, and experiences to others. (2.) Critique        awareness of design elements and principles, and
            as evidenced through sketches. (2.) Identify how     art works in terms of history, culture, and aesthetics.   aesthetic concerns. (2.) Identify how art translates
            art translates ideas, knowledge, emotions, and       (3.) Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,        ideas, knowledge, emotions, and experiences to
            experiences to others. (3.) Assimilate/diversify     emotions, and experiences to others. Investigate and      others. (3.) Assimilate/diversify prior knowledge
S           prior knowledge to include new media skills to       communicate an understanding of visual art career         to include new media skills to explore concepts and
K           explore concepts and ideas.                          opportunities.                                            ideas. (4.) Identify how art translates ideas and
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            (1.) A.2.2 A.2.3 A.2.5                               (1.) A.1.1                                                (1.) A.2.2
F   W       (2.) A.1.1 A.1.5                                     (2.) A.3.3                                                (2.) A.1.1 A.1.5
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    TEACHER         Mary Ellen Abbott                                SUBJECT Art I                                                    GRADE 9-12
MON     February                                                March                                                      April
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        (1.) Neo-Impressionism Project                          (1.) Optical Illusion Scratch Art Design Project           (1.) Margaret Bourke-White,
C       (2.) Optical Illusion (Op Art) Study                    SPRING BREAK                                               Photojournalist, Study
O       (3.) Optical Illusion Design Project                    (2.) Optical Illusion Negative-Positive Study
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                                                                                                                           (2.) Social Statement Art Study
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         (1.) Explore the nature of creativity. (2.) Identify   .(1.) Create art works that evidence thinking, awareness   (1.) Identify how art translates ideas, knowledge,
        a variety of sources for subject matter, symbols        of design elements and principles, and aesthetic           emotions, and experiences to others. (2.) Employ
        and ideas. (3.) Apply inquiry, research, and            concerns. (2.) Explore the nature of creativity. Apply     various methods of research such as technology,
        exploration to create art works. Create art works       inquiry, research, and exploration to create art works     interviews and field observations. (3.) Assimilate/
        that evidence thinking, awareness of design             using a wide variety of media, processes, techniques,      diversify prior knowledge to include new media
S       elements and principles, and aesthetic concerns.        and tools. Create art works that evidence thinking,        skills to explore concepts and ideas. (4.) Identify
K       Create a body of art works that share an                awareness of design elements and principles and            how art translates ideas and emotions to others.
I       underlying visual idea, content or theme. Analyze       aesthetic concerns. Create a body of art works that        (5.) Assimilate/diversify prior knowledge to include
L       the content and manner in which subject matter,         share an underlying visual idea, content or theme.         new media skills to explore concepts and ideas.
L       symbols, and images are used in the students’ own
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       TEACHER Mary Ellen Abbott                                 SUBJECT   Art I   GRADE 9-12


MONTH      May
           (1.) Surrealism Study, Project and Critique
C          (2.) Vermeer Study
O          (3.) Critique Work of Outstanding Students
N          (4.) Compile Portfolios For Each Student
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           (5.) European Architecture Study
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N          (6.) Virtual Tour Architecture in Library
T          (7.) Watercolor Study/ Poetry and Illustrations
                Group Work (Renga poems)

           (1.) Explore the nature of creativity. Apply inquiry,
           research, and exploration to created art works using a wide
           variety of media, processes, techniques, and tools. Assess
           the students’ own work (2.) Employ various methods of
           research such a technology. Identify how art translates
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K           (3.) Analyze, evaluate, and defend the content and manner
I          in which subject matter, symbols, and images are used in
L          the students’ own art works and the works of others.
L          (4.) Assemble a portfolio of their own work which reflects
S          visual art experiences and shows growth and potential over
           a period of time. (5.) Critique art works in terms of
           history, culture, and aesthetics. (6.) Employ various
           methods of research such as technology. (7.) Collaborate
           with others to create products relevant to visual art
           experiences.
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F   W       (3.) A.3.3 A.3.7
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M   K      (5.) A.2.3 A.2.1 A.2.2 A.l.4 A.1.9 A.2.5
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