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                              Visual Art                                                                                     Grade 2
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                 First Six Weeks

  3, 4, 5       I.VALUING/EVALUATING
                   A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                       Critique art prints to identify
                      1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                     line characteristics
                      2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes                        Critique surroundings to
                      3. Influences                                                     identify different types of
                                                                                        lines
                      4. Themes and styles
                   B. Critique
                      1. Knowledge-based decisions
                      2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions
                   C. Critique Process
                      1. Discussion
                      2. Analysis
                      3. Interpretation
                      4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   PRODUCING ART - LINE
                   A. Line                                                              Underwater scratch                Large Reproduction:         Language Arts: descriptive
                      1. Lines in the environment and art                               board/crayon resist using         Upstream, Yasuo Kuniyoshi   sentences
                      2. Line quality                                                   different lines                   The Brotherhood Building,   Science: natural forms
                      3. Contour line                                                   Cityscape using overlapping       Richard Haas                Literature Link: City Street by
                                                                                        lines and shapes                                              Douglas Florian
                      4. Closure of line
                                                                                        Fruit still life illustrating
                   B. Using Lines to Create Artworks                                    closure of line and
                                                                                        overlapping




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                 Second Six Weeks

  3, 4, 5       I.  VALUING/EVALUATING
                    A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                       Critique of art prints to
                       1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                     discuss use of shapes
                       2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes                        Critique a surrounding to
                       3. Influences                                                     identify different shapes
                       4. Themes and styles
                    B. Critique
                       1. Knowledge-based decisions
                       2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions
                    C. Critique Process
                       1. Discussion
                       2. Analysis
                       3. Interpretation
                       4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   II. PRODUCING ART - SHAPE
                    A. Shape                                                             Abstract/cubist face             Large Reproductions:         Math: progression of shapes
                       1. Shape-to-form and shapes-within-shapes                         exaggerating shape               Upstream, Yasuo Kuniyoshi    and size
                       2. Geometric/organic/freeform                                     Cut out shapes then fold the     Palma, Deborah Butterfield   Literature link: The Amazing
                       3. 2-Dimensional (height/width)                                   shape in half cut center out     Interior with Dog, Henri     Book of Shapes; Shapes to
                                                                                         in progression.                  Matisse                      Make, Patterns to Create by
                       4. 3-Dimensional (length, width, depth)                                                                                         Lydia Sharman
                                                                                         Simple still life illustrating
                       5. Overlapping                                                    shape-to-form                                                 Language Arts: parts-to-
                    B. Creating Artworks                                                                                                               whole relates to literary
                                                                                                                                                       structures




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                 Third Six Weeks

  3, 4, 5       I.  VALUING/EVALUATING
                    A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                       Critique artworks to identify                                 Language Arts: words that
                       1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                     visual/tactile textures                                       describe texture
                       2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes                        Critique surroundings to
                       3. Influences                                                     identify textures
                       4. Themes and styles
                    B. Critique
                       1. Knowledge-based decisions
                       2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions
                    C. Critique Process
                       1. Discussion
                       2. Analysis
                       3. Interpretation
                       4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   II. PRODUCING ART - TEXTURE
                    A. Texture in Surroundings                                           Critique of textures in         Large Reproductions:          Science: animal textures
                       1. Textural rubbings                                              environment and art texture     Toto, Frank Romero            Math: nature symmetry
                       2. Visual/tactile                                                 rubbings
                                                                                                                         Wolf General, Tarleon         Social Studies: African wish
                       3. Similarities of Texture                                        Collage from multicolor         Blackwell                     necklaces
                                                                                         crayon rubbings
                       4. Texture in 3-Dimensional Art                                                                   Spiral Dance, Donna Howell-   Literature Link: Too many
                                                                                         Texture of animal skin in a
                    B. Pattern                                                           drawing
                                                                                                                         Sickles                       Tamales by Gary Soto; Have
                       1. Ordered/random                                                                                 African Canvas, Margaret      you seen my cat? By Eric
                                                                                         Mexican and South               Courtney- Clark               Carle; Ed Emberley’s
                       2. Using texture in artworks                                      American jewelry                                              Drawing Book of Animals by
                                                                                                                         Cow Mask, Wee                 Ed Emberley
                                                                                         Necklace or jewelry using
                                                                                         raised areas to create
                                                                                         surface texture organized in
                                                                                         radial balance




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                 Fourth Six Weeks

  3, 4, 5       I.  VALUING/EVALUATING
                    A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                       Critique art prints to identify                                Language Arts: words used
                       1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                     use of color                                                   to identify colors
                       2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes                        I Spy game to identify colors
                       3. Influences                                                     in the surroundings
                       4. Themes and styles
                    B. Critique
                       1. Knowledge-based decisions
                       2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions
                    C. Critique Process
                       1. Discussion
                       2. Analysis
                       3. Interpretation
                       4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   II. PRODUCING ART - COLOR
                    A. Using Color                                                       Color Wheel - Primary and         Large Reproductions; The     Science: Color Mixing
                       1. Colors - emotion                                               secondary colors on the           Golden Age; TheCrow and      Literature Link: Redoute:
                       2. Fantasy and realism                                            color wheel                       the Hummingbird, Joan        The Man Who Painted
                                                                                         Painting of a colorful garden     Brown                        Flowers, Carolyn Croll
                       3. Moods/feelings
                                                                                         Paintings of functional           French Pastries, Wayne       Linnea in Monet’s Garden,
                    B. Color Mixing/Color Wheel                                                                            Thiebaud
                                                                                         objects on dry and damp                                        Christna Bjork
                       1. Secondary colors                                               paper to discover fluid paint     Interior with Dog, Henri
                       2. Intermediate colors                                            qualities                         Matisse
                       3. Warm and cool colors                                           Painting (watercolor) using       Summer, Gluseppe
                       4. Color scheme                                                   warm colors and another           Arcimboldo
                       5. Tints                                                          using cool colors                 Three Musicians, Pablo
                       6. Shades                                                         Painting of predominantly         Picasso
                    C. Using Color in Artworks                                           light color values with dark      .
                                                                                         colors values for details and
                                                                                         mood



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                 Fifth Six Weeks

  3, 4, 5       I.  VALUING/EVALUATING
                    A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                        Critique of art prints to
                       1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                      identify use of space
                       2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes                         Critique of surroundings to
                       3. Influences                                                      identify different types of
                                                                                          space
                       4. Themes and styles
                    B. Critique
                       1. Knowledge-based decisions
                       2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions
                    C. Critique Process
                       1. Discussion
                       2. Analysis
                       3. Interpretation
                       4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   II. PRODUCING ART - SPACE
                    A. Space in Artworks/Surrounding                                      Collage illustrating positive   Large Reproductions:         Math: shape, spatial
                       1. Symmetrical balance                                             and negative space              Indian Boy with Canoe,       relationships, bar graph
                       2. Positive space                                                  Still life that shows careful   Winslow Homer                Science: Seasonal colors,
                       3. Negative space                                                  observation of overlapping      Summer, Giuseppe             cloud formations
                                                                                          shapes, size, and positive/     Arcimboldo                   Literature Links: I Spy
                       4. Perspective (near/far) using horizon line                       negative spaces                                              Mystery: A book of Picture
                       5. Overlapping shapes                                              Landscape painting
                                                                                                                          Jim by William Henry
                                                                                                                                                       Riddles, Jean Marzollo
                       6. Size                                                                                            Johnson
                                                                                          illustrating perspective                                     Windsongs and Rainbows,
                    B. Using Space in Artworks                                            (near/far) and horizon line     French Pastries, Wayne
                                                                                                                          Thiebaud                     Burton Albert




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                 Sixth Six Weeks

   3, 4, 5      I.  VALUING/EVALUATING
                    A. Historical/Cultural Aspects                                                                                                      Language Arts: words that
                       1. Exemplary artists/artworks                                                                                                    describe forms
                       2. Media, tools, techniques, and processes
                       3. Influences
                       4. Themes and styles
                    B. Critique
                       1. Knowledge-based decisions                                                                                                     Abdul Gasazi, Chris Van
                       2. Personal preferences/aesthetic decisions                                                                                      Allsburg; Mr. Jordan in the
                    C. Critique Process                                                                                                                 Park, Laura Jane Coats
                       1. Discussion
                       2. Analysis
                       3. Interpretation
                       4. Judgment
1, 2, 3, 4, 5   II. PRODUCING ART - FORM
                    A. Form                                                              Clay sculpture beginning       Large Reproductions:            Language Arts: Write a
                       1. Shape-to-form in sculpture                                     with a geometric form          Double Grandmothers in          letter, descriptive phrase
                       2. 3-Dimensional art dimensions                                   Sculpture of standing          Black and White Dresses,        Math: Venn diagrams
                       3. Organic/man-made                                               person by pinching, pulling    Viola Frey                      Science: Soil, environment,
                                                                                         and joining clay               Bear’s Lair, Sherry Markovitz   garden growth
                       4. Equal/unequal balance
                                                                                         Masks illustrating
                       5. Radial balance                                                 symmetrical (equal) balance
                                                                                                                        Self-portrait, Marisol          Social Studies: masks
                    B. Creating Artworks                                                                                Cow mask                        Literature Links: The
                                                                                         3-dimensional scale drawing                                    Amazing Book of Shapes,
                       1. Processes                                                      for a garden, including a      Sun mask
                                                                                                                                                        Lydia Sharman; Raven’s
                       2. Materials/tools                                                sculpture                                                      Light: A Myth from the
                                                                                                                                                        People of the Northwest
                                                                                                                                                        Coast, retold by Susan Hand




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