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                       September                       October                       November                       December                         January
Theme                   Direction                       Exploration                     Change                   Communication                        Challenge
Overview        MYP Objective:                MYP Objective:                  MYP Objective                  MYP Objective                  MYP Objective
                Application/ Knowledge        Application/ Knowledge          Application                    Knowledge/Understanding        Understanding/ Attitude

                                              Students will apply             Students will create a still   Segal best known works are     Students will draw animals
                Students will create an       elements of art and the         life drawing from an           cast life size figures         and plants by using basic and
                abstract design using the     principles of design to         object from home.              pioneered the use of plaster   familiar shapes. Students will
                elements of art that shows    communicate ideals to                                          bandages. Students will        paint this drawing in the style
                direction                     create an abstract design and       Drawing: Still-Life        create a plaster mold of       of artist Henri Rousseau
                                              be able to recite the               • Overlapping of           there hand.                    (depict jungle scenes).
                Design: Elements of Art       elements of art & principles           objects
                                              of design                           • Object                   Sculpture Art George Segal         Painting: Techniques of
                    •   Line                                                         placement                   • Visual, Spatial and          Tempera Painting &
                    •   Shape                     Design: Principles of           • Depth                            temporal concepts.         brush techniques
                    •   Color                     Design                          • Values                       • Organization of              • Wet paint on Wet
                    •   Texture                                                   • Shadows and                      structures                     paper
                    •   Space                          •     Symmetry                lights                      • Theme and subject            • Wet paint on dry
                    •   pattern                        •     Balance              • Color                            matter                         paper
                                                       •     Movement             • Texture                      • Story telling                • Dilution of paint
                .                                      •     Symbolism                                               through art                • Layering paint
                                                       •     Repetition                                                                         • Blending
                                                       •     Unity                                                                              • Consistency
                                                       •     Space                                                                              • Roll brush


Area of         Approaches to learning        Approaches to learning &        Approaches to learning &       Approaches to learning &       Approaches to learning &
Interaction                                   Learning Environment            Health and Social              Community and Service          Human Ingenuity
                                                                              Education
Guiding         How are the elements of art   How are the principles of           How can your light         What are some of the ideals        What type of challenges
questions       used in art?                  design used in art?                 source change your         that artist are trying to          did the artist Rousseau
                                                                                  drawing?                   communicate through their          face in creating his work?
                                                                                                             art?
Instructional
Materials           •   Drawing Pencils           •    Pencils                     •    Pencils                  •   Aluminum foil              •    Tempera paint
                    •   Erasers                   •    Erasers                     •    Erasers                  •   Plaster strips             •    Paint brushes
                    •   Drawing paper             •    Permanent Markers           •    Oil pastels              •   Paint                      •    Painting paper
                    •   Still-Life                •    Colored markers             •    Drawing paper            •   Shoebox                    •    Paper towel
                        composition               •    Drawing Paper               •    Still-life               •   Construction paper         •    Water
                                                  •    Student references               composition                                             •    Photo references
                Teacher demonstration                                                                        Teacher demonstration/slide
                                              Teacher Demonstration           Teacher Demonstration          show presentation              Teacher Demonstration/ Slide
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                                                /slide show presentation                                                                          show presentation
MI Standards    All students will apply         All students will apply           All students will apply       All students will apply           All students will apply skills
               skills and knowledge to          skills and knowledge to           skills and knowledge to       skills and knowledge to           and knowledge to perform
               perform in the arts.             perform in the arts.              perform in the arts.          perform in the arts.              in the arts.
                       1.2 Use art materials           1.2 Use art materials             1.2      Use     art          1.2 Use art materials      1.2 Use art materials and
               and     tools    safely and      and tools safely and              materials and tools safely    and tools safely and              tools safely and responsibly
               responsibly to communicate       responsibly to communicate        and      responsibly     to   responsibly to communicate        to communicate ideas.
               ideas.                           ideas.                            communicate ideas.            ideas.                            1.3 Select and use visual
               1.3 Select and use visual        1.3 Select and use visual         1.3 Select and use visual     1.3 Select and use visual         characteristics           and
               characteristics            and   characteristics            and    characteristics        and    characteristics            and    organizational principles of
               organizational principles of     organizational principles of      organizational principles     organizational principles of      art to communicate ideas.
               art to communicate ideas.        art to communicate ideas.         of art to communicate         art to communicate ideas.         1.4 Be involved in the process
               1.4 Be involved in the           1.4 Be involved in the            ideas.                        1.4 Be involved in the            and presentation of a final
               process and presentation of a    process and presentation of       1.4 Be involved in the        process and presentation of       product or exhibit.
               final product or exhibit.        a final product or exhibit.       process and presentation      a final product or exhibit        All students will analyze,
               All students will recognize,     All Students will apply           of a final product or         All Students will apply           describe and evaluate works
               analyze,      and     describe   skills and knowledge to           exhibit.                      skills and knowledge to           of art.
               connections among the            create in the arts.               All      students      will   create in the arts.               3.4 Describe and compare the
               arts; between the arts and       2.3 Integrate visual, spatial,    recognize, analyze, and       2.2 Employ organizational         characteristics of personal
               other disciplines; between       and temporal concepts with        describe       connections    principles and analyze what       artwork to the artwork of
               the arts and everyday life.      content to communicate            among the arts; between       makes them effective or not       others.
               5.1 Describe ways in which       intended       meaning       in   the arts and other            in the communication of           All students will recognize,
               the principles and subject       artworks.                         disciplines; between the      ideas.                            analyze,      and    describe
               matter of other disciplines      2.4 Use subjects, themes,         arts and everyday life.       2.3 Integrate visual, spatial,    connections among the arts;
               taught in the school are         and         symbols        that   5.1 Describe ways in          and temporal concepts with        between the arts and other
               interrelated with the visual     communicate           intended    which the principles and      content to communicate            disciplines; between the arts
               arts.                            meaning in artworks.              subject matter of other       intended      meaning        in   and everyday life.
                                                All students will analyze,        disciplines taught in the     artworks.                         5.4 Describe ways in which
                                                describe and evaluate             school are interrelated       2.4 Use subjects, themes,         the principles and subject
                                                works of art.                     with the visual arts.         and        symbols         that   matter of other disciplines
                                                3.4 Describe and compare                                        communicate           intended    taught in the school are
                                                the      characteristics     of                                 meaning in artworks.              interrelated with the visual
                                                personal artwork to the                                         All students will analyze,        arts.
                                                artwork of others.                                              describe and evaluate
                                                All        students        will                                 works of art.
                                                understand, analyze, and                                        3.3 Describe how materials,
                                                describe the arts in their                                      techniques, technology, and
                                                historical,     social,    and                                  processes cause response.
                                                cultural contexts.                                              3.4 Describe and compare
                                                4.1 Know and compare the                                        the      characteristics     of
                                                characteristics of artworks                                     personal artwork to the
                                                in various eras and cultures.                                   artwork of others.
                                                4.3 Analyze, describe, and                                      3.5 Describe how personal
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                                           demonstrate how factors of                                 experiences influence the
                                           time and place (such as                                    development of specific
                                           climate, resources, ideas,                                 artworks.
                                           and technology) influence                                  All       students        will
                                           visual characteristics that                                understand, analyze, and
                                           give meaning and value to a                                describe the arts in their
                                           work of art.                                               historical,    social,   and
                                                                                                      cultural contexts.
                                                                                                      4.1 Know and compare the
                                                                                                      characteristics of artworks
                                                                                                      in various eras and cultures.
                                                                                                      4.3 Analyze, describe, and
                                                                                                      demonstrate how factors of
                                                                                                      time and place (such as
                                                                                                      climate, resources, ideas,
                                                                                                      and technology) influence
                                                                                                      visual characteristics that
                                                                                                      give meaning and value to a
                                                                                                      work of art.



Essential
Questions   Why is it important to take    How does symbolism play a     How does lighting affect     What type of art is George       Why is it important to layer
            the measurement of things?     role in art?                  your drawing?                Segal’s work considered?         tempera paint?

            What is the purpose of         What is the importance of     Would the still-life look    What is the purpose for his      What are the consistencies
            mapping out your drawing       balance and symmetry in       different without            style of art?                    used in tempera painting?
            prior to finalizing it?        art?                          shadows? How?
                                                                                                      What is POP Art?                 What is Henri Rousseau
            How do we get objects to lay                                 What gives the illusion of                                    known for?
            on the table?                                                depth?

            What is Pattern?

            How is Pattern different
            from repetition


Content     Proportions and Value          The study of cultures and         Still-Life observation   The study of POP Art.            Creating a painting using
            Studies of 3D forms from a     symbolism as in Aztec and         drawing with pencil                                       light and shadow and the
            photo reference using          Egyptian art.                     and oil pastel           The study of 3D form             illusion of space and depth
            graphite pencils.                                                                                                          using a vanishing point
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                                            The study of pattern,                                       The observation of
                                            repetition and movement                                     atmosphere                     Thumbnail for color studies.
                                            with line.
                                                                                                        Thumbnail sketches used to
                                            Thumbnail sketches for                                      demonstrate ideas
                                            composition and color
                                            studies.

             Creating the illusion of 3D    Keeping art flat and           Elements of design,          Sculpture through aluminum     Techniques of painting with
Skills       form with light and shadow     geometric.                     understanding line,          foil and plaster.              tempera.
             on a 2D surface.                                              composition; shading,
                                                                           blending, value, texture,    Placement of objects in a      Using the imagination to
             Learning how to fade           Creating balance and           rhythm                       surrounding area for           create a powerful atmosphere.
             graphite pencils               symmetry with symbolism                                     aesthetic purposes.
                                            and pattern.                   Blending with pencil and                                    Animal drawing with basic
                                                                           pastel.                      Understanding the purpose      shapes.
                                                                                                        of POP Art.
                                                                                                                                       The use of observation to
                                                                                                                                       create detailed drawings of
                                                                                                                                       plants.

Assessment   Criterion A knowledge:         Criterion B Application:       Criteron B;artwork           Criterion B Application:       Criterion A knowledge:
             student will be able to name   Students will show visual      blending pencil and pastel   Students will show their       student will be able to explain
             the elements of art and how    expression of a action word                                 understanding of the           color mixing and painting
             they were used in their        by using the principals of     Criterion C Reflection:      technique of creating 3-d      techniques used to create their
             design in a classroom          design in student work put     Student will show            artwork using plaster cloth    painting and compare it to the
             presentation                   on display                     reflection on how they       by putting their work on       artist Henri Rousseau in a
                                                                           planned their still life     display.                       classroom presentation
             Criterion B Application        Criterion C Reflection:        drawing. The process
             Graphite Pencil sketch         Student will show reflection   will be shown in their       Criterion C Reflection:        Criterion B: Rousseau
                                            on how they planned their      developmental workbooks      Student will show reflection   replication painting
             Criterion C Reflection:        drawing. The process will                                   on how they planned their
             Student will show reflection   be shown in their                                           3D sculpture. The process      Criterion C: Reflection of
             on how they planned their      developmental workbooks.                                    will be shown in their         process in developmental
             3D drawing. The process                                                                    developmental workbooks        workbook
             will be shown in their
             developmental workbooks




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                         February                         March                         April                           May                            June
Theme                  Connections                          Travel                     Relationships                  Diversity                       Environment
Overview        MYP Objective:                  MYP Objective:                  MYP Objective:                MYP Objective:                 MYP Objective:
                Application                     Application                     Knowledge                     Knowledge                      Attitude
                                                                                Understanding                 Understanding
                Crafts                          Cut paper                                                                                    Art appreciation
                                                                                 Art History                  Technology/printmaking
                Students will create (1)        Students will create a                                                                       Looking at a piece of art
                hand from Craft Sticks          college of pictures &            Students will do a power      Students will do several       students will the
                including personal design       images of a place you           point presentation on a       printmaking projects using a    introduction of basic
                and objects the represent       would like to travel to.        artist                        variety of different            principles of visual literacy
                them (2) create a 2nd hand                                                                    techniques.                     (subject matter, symbolism
                that represents another                                                                                                       or historical context).
                culture.


Area of         Approaches to Learning &            Approaches to Learning          Approaches to             Approaches to Learning &           Approaches to Learning
Interaction     Environment                         & Social Education              Learning &Social          Community and Service              & Human Ingenuity
                                                                                    Education
Guiding         How are the fine arts and the       How has travel been             What is the               How has technology help            How have artist used the
questions       craft arts connected?               represented through             relationship of art and   the arts become more               environment to motivate
                                                    Art? How would you              history?                  diverse                            there work?
                                                    do it?
Instructional
Materials           •    Craft sticks               •   Paper                       •    Artist websites          •   Brayer                     •    Artist websites
                    •    Glue                       •   Scissors                    •    Art history book         •   Printing ink               •    Art history book
                    •    Paint                      •   Glue                                                      •   Paper
                    •    Student objects            •   Magazines
                         from home                  •   Research
                    •    Research from
                         other countries

MI Standards    All students will apply         All students will apply         All students will apply       All students will apply        All students will apply skills
                skills and knowledge to         skills and knowledge to         skills and knowledge to       skills and knowledge to        and knowledge to perform
                perform in the arts.            perform in the arts.            perform in the arts.          perform in the arts.           in the arts.
                       1.2 Use art materials          1.2 Use art materials            1.2    Use      art          1.2 Use art materials    1.2 Use art materials and
                and tools safely and            and tools safely and            materials and tools safely    and tools safely and           tools safely and responsibly
                responsibly to communicate      responsibly to communicate      and     responsibly     to    responsibly to communicate     to communicate ideas.
                ideas.                          ideas.                          communicate ideas.            ideas.                         1.3 Select and use visual
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1.3 Select and use visual       1.3 Select and use visual         1.3 Select and use visual     1.3 Select and use visual         characteristics           and
characteristics           and   characteristics            and    characteristics        and    characteristics            and    organizational principles of
organizational principles of    organizational principles of      organizational principles     organizational principles of      art to communicate ideas.
art to communicate ideas.       art to communicate ideas.         of art to communicate         art to communicate ideas.         1.4 Be involved in the process
1.4 Be involved in the          1.4 Be involved in the            ideas.                        1.4 Be involved in the            and presentation of a final
process and presentation of a   process and presentation of       1.4 Be involved in the        process and presentation of       product or exhibit.
final product or exhibit.       a final product or exhibit.       process and presentation      a final product or exhibit        All students will analyze,
All students will recognize,    All Students will apply           of a final product or         All Students will apply           describe and evaluate works
analyze,     and     describe   skills and knowledge to           exhibit.                      skills and knowledge to           of art.
connections among the           create in the arts.               All      students      will   create in the arts.               3.4 Describe and compare the
arts; between the arts and      2.3 Integrate visual, spatial,    recognize, analyze, and       2.2 Employ organizational         characteristics of personal
other disciplines; between      and temporal concepts with        describe       connections    principles and analyze what       artwork to the artwork of
the arts and everyday life.     content to communicate            among the arts; between       makes them effective or not       others.
5.1 Describe ways in which      intended       meaning       in   the arts and other            in the communication of           All students will recognize,
the principles and subject      artworks.                         disciplines; between the      ideas.                            analyze,      and    describe
matter of other disciplines     2.4 Use subjects, themes,         arts and everyday life.       2.3 Integrate visual, spatial,    connections among the arts;
taught in the school are        and         symbols        that   5.1 Describe ways in          and temporal concepts with        between the arts and other
interrelated with the visual    communicate           intended    which the principles and      content to communicate            disciplines; between the arts
arts.                           meaning in artworks.              subject matter of other       intended       meaning       in   and everyday life.
                                All students will analyze,        disciplines taught in the     artworks.                         5.4 Describe ways in which
                                describe and evaluate             school are interrelated       2.4 Use subjects, themes,         the principles and subject
                                works of art.                     with the visual arts.         and         symbols        that   matter of other disciplines
                                3.4 Describe and compare                                        communicate           intended    taught in the school are
                                the      characteristics     of                                 meaning in artworks.              interrelated with the visual
                                personal artwork to the                                         All students will analyze,        arts.
                                artwork of others.                                              describe and evaluate
                                All        students        will                                 works of art.
                                understand, analyze, and                                        3.3 Describe how materials,
                                describe the arts in their                                      techniques, technology, and
                                historical,     social,    and                                  processes cause response.
                                cultural contexts.                                              3.4 Describe and compare
                                4.1 Know and compare the                                        the      characteristics     of
                                characteristics of artworks                                     personal artwork to the
                                in various eras and cultures.                                   artwork of others.
                                4.3 Analyze, describe, and                                      3.5 Describe how personal
                                demonstrate how factors of                                      experiences influence the
                                time and place (such as                                         development of specific
                                climate, resources, ideas,                                      artworks.
                                and technology) influence                                       All        students        will
                                visual characteristics that                                     understand, analyze, and
                                give meaning and value to a                                     describe the arts in their
                                work of art.                                                    historical,     social,    and
                                                                                                cultural contexts.
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                                                                                                           4.1 Know and compare the
                                                                                                           characteristics of artworks
                                                                                                           in various eras and cultures.


Essential    What art pieces are             How do you turn 2              What are some of the           What machines are used in       What is the subject in an art
Questions    considered crafts and why?      dimensional paper into 3       contribution artist and art    creating some forms of art?     piece?
                                             dimensional paper?             have made to a culture
             When does art have more                                        past and present?              What power tools are used       How is symbolism used in
             than one purpose?                                                                             to create art?                  art?
                                                                            What are some of the                                           Is there an historical content
             What is meant by the quote:                                    contributions artist and art   How has technology              to the work of art?
             “ Form follows function” by                                    have made to society past      expanded the visual arts?       How do we look at art?
             Louis Henry Sullivan                                           and present?                                                   How do we judge art?


             Art that is form and function   Paper cutting techniques       The importance of art in       Advances in technology          How to be an art critic
Content                                      Paper assemblage               helping to understand          have helped advance the arts
                                             techniques                     history                        and connect people
              How to put an assemblage       paper using a variety of       Knowledge about the            How has technology              The introduction of basic
             together                        paper cutting techniques       contributions artists and      expanded the visual arts.       principles of visual literacy
Skills                                                                      art make to culture and
             Look at cultural markings                                      society.
             and symbols

Assessment   Applicaton A: understanding     Criterion A knowledge:         Criterion B Application:       Criterion A: Understanding      Criterion A knowledge:
             of cultural markings and        student will be able to name   Students will show their       of tools in graphic program     student will be able to name
             symbols and the role they       the elements of art and how    understanding of the role                                      the principles of visual
             play in society.                they were used in their        of art history                 Criterion B: Computer art       literacy
                                             design in a classroom                                         project
             Criterion B Application:        presentation                   Criterion A &C: Art in                                         Criterion C: Reflection and
             Students will show their                                       historical context             Criterion C Reflection:         evaluation of various pieces
             understanding of the            Criterion B Paper cutting      Developmental workbook         Student will show reflection    of art in developmental
             technique of creating 3-d       project                                                       on how technology has           workbook
             artwork using plaster cloth                                                                   expanded the visual arts.
             by putting their work on        Criterion C: Reflection in
             display.                        developmental workbook

             Criterion C: Reflection in
             developmental workbook



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