ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM MAP by rtu18834

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									                                                     ESSENTIAL CURRICULUM MAP
                                                          7th and 8thb GRADE
                                                         SEMESTER COURSE
                     (HONORS ART WILL REFLECT HIGHER LEVEL EXPECTATIONS AND DIFFERENTIATED EXPERIENCES)



Concepts     Compositional Skills                                  Color Theory                              Artists and Related Careers
Essential    How do the elements and principles of design          How do artists us color in artworks?      What does it take to be an artist? How
Questions    work together to create a sound composition?                                                    can you make a living being an artist?
Content      Elements of Design                                    Color theory                                         Art careers
             Color (Color Theory)                                  Primary colors                                       Education and skills
             Space                                                 Secondary colors                                     Art media
             Shape                                                 Tertiary colors                                      Art movements
             Texture                                               Warm colors                                          Economics of art
             Value                                                 Cool colors                                          Various Artists
             Line                                                  Achromatic
             Form                                                  Monochromatic
                                                                   Complementary
             Principles of Design                                  Analogous
             Movement Rhythm                                       Intensity
             Contrast                                              Value
             Pattern                                               Tint
             Emphasis                                              Shade
             Unity                                                 gradation

             Rule of Thirds
             Point of interest
             Composition
             Linear Perspective

Skills/      I. A.                                                 I. A.                                     I. A.
Benchmarks   Students will Describe how different media,           Students will Describe how different      Students will Describe how different media,
             techniques, and processes evoke different responses   media, techniques, and processes evoke    techniques, and processes evoke different
             in the viewer of an artwork.                          different responses in the viewer of an   responses in the viewer of an artwork.
                                                                   artwork.
               I.B.                                                                                                  V.A
               Select and apply the most effective media,                                                            Compare various      purposes   for   creating
               techniques, and processes to communicate their           I.C.                                         artworks.
               experiences and ideas through their artworks.            Use art materials and tools in a safe and
                                                                        responsible manner.
                                                                                                                     V.B.
               I.C.                                                     II. A.                                       Use descriptive, interpretive, and evaluative
               Use art materials and tools in a safe and responsible    Analyze and describe, using the              statements to make informed aesthetic
               manner.                                                  appropriate vocabulary, the composition      judgments about their own artworks and those
                                                                        of a particular artwork with regard to the   of others.
                                                                        elements and principles of design that it
               II. A.                                                                                                V.C.
               Analyze and describe, using the appropriate              manifests.
                                                                                                                     Analyze, interpret, and evaluate their visual
               vocabulary, the composition of a particular artwork                                                   preferences in their own artworks, in nature,
               with regard to the elements and principles of design     V.D.
                                                                        Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio   and in artworks from various cultures and
               that it manifests.                                                                                    historical periods.
                                                                        of personal artwork.
               II. B                                                                                                 V.D.
               Create artworks by using elements and principles of                                                   Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio of
               design that are appropriate for good composition and                                                  personal artwork.
               for the communication of the particular ideas.
                                                                                                                     VI.C.
                V.D.                                                                                                 Identify visual arts careers and the knowledge
               Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio of personal                                                and skills required for specific art careers.
               artwork


Essential               Critique                                                Critique                                   Critique
                        Journal Reflections                                     Journal Reflections                        Journal Reflections
Assessments             Rubrics (for final artwork)                             Rubrics (for final artwork)                Rubrics (for final artwork)
                        Teacher Observations/Questioning                        Teacher                                    Teacher Observations/Questioning
                        Peer Assessment                                          Observations/Questioning                   Peer Assessment
                        Artwork                                                 Peer Assessment                            Artwork
                                                                                 Artwork
Guaranteed     Artworks using compositional skills, element and                  Mixing colors                              Reflective thinking and writing
               principles of design.                                             Determine reasons and results              Art Careers Awareness
Experiences/                                                                      for using color theory                     Artist biography
Activities                                                                       Create an artwork that
                                                                                  demonstrates the use of color.
 Concepts                Analyzing Art                           Historical and Cultural Perspective                          Cross-Curricular Links
 Essential   How do we classify art?                         How do cultures reflect and influence one another and the   How do other subject areas connect to art?
                                                             time at which they were created?
 Questions                                                   What defines people’s art and material culture?
  Content    Subject Matter                                  Art in a historical and cultural perspective                         Measurement (Math)
                     Portrait                                                                                                    Space (Math, Science)
                     Still-life                                                                                                  Color Theory (Science)
                     Landscape                                                                                                   Historical Content (Social
                                                                                                                                   Studies)
             Style                                                                                                                Reflections/Criticism/Writing
                     Realism                                                                                                      (Language Arts)
                     Abstract
                     Non-Objective

             Two and Three Dimensional Artwork
   Skills/                                                   IV.A.                                                       I.C.
             I. A.                                           Compare and contrast the characteristics of artworks from   Use art materials and tools in a safe and
Benchmarks   Students will Describe how different media,     various cultures and historical periods.                    responsible manner.
             techniques, and processes evoke different
             responses in the viewer of an artwork.          IV.B                                                        V.D.
                                                             Compare and contrast a variety of artworks, artists, and    Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio of
                                                             visual arts materials that exist in South Carolina.         personal artwork.
             III.B.
             Analyze and describe the relationships          V.A                                                         VI.A.
             among subjects, themes, and symbols in          Compare various purposes for creating artworks.             Compare and contrast the characteristics of
             communicating intended meaning through                                                                      works in two or more art forms that have
             their own artworks and in interpreting the      V.D.                                                        similar subject matter, historical periods,
             artworks of others.                             Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio of personal      or cultural contexts.
                                                             artwork.
             V.B.                                                                                                        VI.B.
             Use descriptive, interpretive, and evaluative   VI.A.                                                           Compare and contrast concepts and
             statements to make informed aesthetic           Compare and contrast the characteristics of works in two        subject matter found in the visual arts
             judgments about their own artworks and those    or more art forms that have similar subject matter,             with those in other disciplines.
             of others.                                      historical periods, or cultural contexts.

             V.D.
             Collect, maintain, and exhibit a portfolio of
             personal artwork.
 Essential        Critique                                        Critique                              Critique
                  Journal Reflections                             Journal Reflections                   Journal Reflections
Assessments       Rubrics (for final artwork)                     Rubrics (for final artwork)           Rubrics (for final artwork)
                  Teacher Observations/Questioning                Teacher Observations/Questioning      Teacher Observations/Questioning
                  Peer Assessment                                 Peer Assessment                       Peer Assessment
                  Artwork                                         Artwork                               Artwork
Guaranteed        Identification of subject matter and   Create an artwork from a world culture          Measuring
                   styles.                                                                                Reflective Thinking and writing
Experiences/      Identify and use a variety of media.                                                   Make curricular connections
 Activities       Create Two and Three-Dimensional
                   Artworks.

								
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