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					                                      Visual Art
                                Grade Level Expectations
                         GRADE: KINDERGARTEN

STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Produce a line using crayon, pencil, or marker

D. Other Media
1.D. Demonstrate a simple printmaking technique (e.g., stamping, thumb or hand prints, objects)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Uses scissors with control
2.A.b. Modeling with clay or a similar material: Create a sphere

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Portrait: Create an original picture of self or other person
3.A.b. Landscape: Create a picture showing outside
3.A.c. Non-Objective: Create a design using lines

C. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
C. Theme
3.C. Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.C.a. People (e.g., self, family, friends)
3.C.b. Indoors (e.g., classroom, kitchen, bedroom:
3.C.c. Outdoors (e.g., seasons, nature)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use lines

B. Shapes
1.B.a. Identify and use shapes
1.B.b. Categorize shapes as large and small

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use color
2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Identify and use a pattern by repeating a single shape, line, or color

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand:
2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary.
A. Art Criticism
2.A. Identify the subject of artworks

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Use physical movement in dance to interpret line in artwork

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how stories can be told in pictures and/or words
                                      Visual Art
                               Grade Level Expectations
                                         GRADE 1

STRAND 1: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Fill an area with solid color/value using crayon, pencil or marker

B. Painting
1.B. Apply paint with a dragging, not pushing motion

D. Other Media
1.C. Demonstrate a monoprint process

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Use glue with control
2.A.b. Fold paper and identify folded edge
2.A.c. Modeling: pinch, pull, and roll material

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Portrait: Create an original artwork showing family members
3.A.b. Still Life: Create a still life with one object (ex: toy, food, game, sports equipment,
lunchbox, backpack)

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Design wearable art (ex: masks, jewelry, paper hats, decorating tee shirts, costumes, face
painting)

C. Theme
3.G. Create original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.G.a. People (ex: self, family, friends)
3.G.b. Animals (ex: pets, farm, zoo, wild)
3.G.c. Things (ex: toys, tools, food)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artrwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use straight, curved, thick, and thin lines
B. Shapes
1.B.a. Identify and use triangle, circle, square, rectangle and oval shapes.
1.B.b. Categorize shapes as small, medium, and large

C. Form
1.C. Identify and use form

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and use texture

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use primary colors

F. Value
1.F. Identify and use value

G. Space
1.G. Identify and demonstrate the use of space

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork
A. Balance
2.A. Identify and demonstrate the concept of middle or center

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Identify and create an alternating pattern (abab)

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Discuss a response (feeling or idea) to an artwork based upon the student’s life experience

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A. Identify the following in artworks: lines, shapes, colors patterns

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Relate costumes in theatre to wearable art

2. Explain connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A.a. Explain how patterns in art are similar to patterns in math.
STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: United States, Europe (cave), Asia

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on subject matter and use of line, color, and shape,
                                      Visual Art
                               Grade Level Expectations
                                        GRADE 2

STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Change pressure to create two values using crayon or pencil

B. Painting
1.B.a. Paint lines with control of the brush
1.B.b. Clean paint brush before changing colors
1.B.c. Mix two colors to create a third color

D. Other Media
1.E. Create a paper weaving using plain weave (over one, under one, alternating rows)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Manipulate paper to create low relief (e.g., curling, folding, tearing, and cutting)
2.A.b. Modeling: Roll coils: flatten material into a slab

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Still Life: Create an original still life from observation
3.A.b. Landscape: Create an original landscape

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Design a building that serves a function in the community and includes building parts (e.g.,
roof, walls, door, windows, surface material)

C. Theme
3.G. Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.G.a. Nature
3.G.b. Places (example: school, home, stores, neighborhood, countryside)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use zig-zag, dotted, and wavy lines
B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use geometric shapes

C. Form
1.C. Identify and use geometric forms: sphere, cube, cylinder, and cone

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and use actual texture

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use secondary colors

F. Value
1.F. Identify and use light and dark values

G. Space
1.G. Identify and use foreground and background to create illusion of space

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
C. Contrast
2.C. Identify and use color contrast

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Identify and create a complex pattern

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Explain different responses you have to different artworks

A. Art Criticism
2.A. Identify the following in artworks: Geometric shapes, Geometric forms, Foreground and
background, real textures, contrast/variety of colors

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Relate patterns in music to patterns in art

2. Explain the connections between Visual Arts and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies.
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain the connection between American Indian culture and art

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and /or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: United States, Native American, Egypt

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on : Subject matter, Media, Use of line, color, shape,
and texture, Theme, Purpose of art in culture
                                       Visual Art
                                Grade Level Expectations
                                          GRADE 3
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Layer two or more colors using crayon, colored pencil, or oil pastel

B. Painting
1.B.a. Apply paint in even strokes to create a watercolor/thinned tempera wash
1.B.b. Paint lines and fill in shapes with even color using tempera

D. Other Media
1.D. Use an additive process (e.g. string, cardboard, glue, found objects)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a Manipulate paper to create forms (in-the-round)
2.A.b. Cut a symmetrical shape from a folded piece of paper
2.A.c. Modeling with clay or similar material: Create applied and impressed textures.

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Figure: Create an original artwork of a figure in an action pose
3.A.b. Landscape: Create an original cityscape
3.A.c. Non-objective: Create an original artwork using line, shape, and color.

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create a functional container (e.g. paper box, clay pot, fiber basket)

C. Theme
3.G. Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.G.a. Community;
3.G.b. Group identity (e.g. family, classroom, groups, scouts, sports teams)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines
B. Shapes
1.B. Differentiate between shapes and forms

C. Form
1.C. Identify and demonstrate sculpture-in-the-round

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and use invented textures

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use warm colors

G. Space
1.G. Identify and use middle ground, overlapping, and change of size to create illusion of space

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2.A. Identify and use symmetrical (formal) balance

B. Contrast
2.C. Identify and use size contrast

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Compare different responses students may have to the same artwork

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
2.A. Identify the following in artworks: Warm and cool colors; symmetrical balance; invented
textures; horizontal, diagonal, and vertical lines; contrast/variety of sizes

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Compare the art and music of a particular culture

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how the math principle of symmetry is used in art

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: United States; Europe (realistic); Africa
B. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on : Subject matter, Media, Use of line, color, shape,
and texture, Theme, Purpose of art in culture, place
                                        Visual Art
                                 Grade Level Expectations
                                           GRADE 4
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Create light, medium, and dark values using pencil

B. Painting
1.B.a. Apply watercolor paint to wet areas to blend color (wet-on-wet technique)
1.B.b. Using tempera paints, add color to white to create a tint
1.B.c. Using temper paints, add black to a color to create a shade

D. Other Media
1.D. Create a fiber weaving using a simple loom (e.g., cardboard, straws, paper plate)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Sculputre, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Build/layer materials to create a relief
2.A.b. Apply a variety of paper folding techniques
2.A.c. Modeling: Make organic forms

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Portrait: Create facial features in correct proportion
3.A.b. Exaggerate, distort, or simplify features to create an abstract portrait
3.A.c. Still Life: Exaggerate, distort, or simplify observed objects to create an abstract still life
3.A.d. Landscape: Create an original seascape

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create an example of graphic art (e.g. poster, illustration, advertisement, greeting card)

C. Theme
3.C.Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes: Missouri;
3.C.a. Missouri
3.C.b. The Environment;
3.C.c. Real/Abstract
3.C.d. Time (example: past, present, future)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artworks.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use outlines

B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use organic (freeform) shapes

C. Form
1.C.a. Identify and demonstrate relief sculpture
1.C.b. Identify and use organic form

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use tints and shades

F. Value
1.F. Identify and demonstrate a value scale

G. Space
1.G.a. Identify and use placement and change in detail to create illusion of space
I.G.b. Identify and use positive and negative space

Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2.A. Identify and use radial balance

B. Emphasis
2.B. Identify and create center of interest (focal point)

C. Contrast
2.C. Identify and use value contrast

F. Proportion
2.F. Identify realistic facial proportions


STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Discuss and develop answers to questions about art: What is art? What is beauty?

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A. Describe the use of the following in artworks: Outlines; organic shapes; organic forms; tints
and shades; values; positive and negative space; radial balance; center of interest; focal point;
contrast; variety of values; complex patterns; facial proportions
STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Explain how a play or a skit could be inspired by a work of art (example: painting or statue)

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
2.A. Explain how George Caleb Bingham and Thomas Hart Benton reflected life in Missouri


STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: United States (Realistic; Missouri & Westward Expansion)
Europe (Abstract)

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on : Subject matter, Media, Use of value and space,
theme, purpose of art in culture, place
                                      Visual Art
                               Grade Level Expectations
                                         GRADE 5
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, processes to communicate ideas
and solve visual art problems
A. Drawing
1.A. Create texture or surface quality using any drawing media

B. Painting
1.B.a. Mix a variety of hues to create new colors
1.B.b. Apply layers of watercolor paint from lightest to darkest colors
1.B.c. Using tempera paints, produce a sharp, clear edge between areas of colors

D. Other Media
1.D. Demonstrate a subtractive printmaking process (example: Styrofoam, linoleum, wood,
eraser) to produce multiple images

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Combine simple forms to create a complex object/form (in-the-round)
2.A.b. Use paper joining techniques such as tabs and slits
2.A.c. Modeling with clay or similar material: build a form using coil techniques.

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.a. Portrait: Create a portrait from observation
3.A.b. Still Life: Create a still life from observation that shows the illusion of form
3.A.c. Landscape: Create an original outdoor scene to show the illusion of space

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create an original building based upon elements of architectural styles (e.g., type of roof,
dome, column, arch, windows, porches, tower, stairs, ramp)

C. Theme
3.C. Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.C.a. United States
3.C.b. Patriotism
3.C.c. World
3.C.d. Time (example: past, present, future)
STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use contour lines

B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use symbolic shapes

C. Form
1.C. Identify and use the illusion of form: cube, sphere, cylinder, and cone

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and use implied/simulated textures

E. Color
1.E.a. Identify and use intermediate and neutral colors
1.E.b. Identify the arrangement of colors on a color wheel

G. Space
1.G.a. Identify and use converging lines to create the illusion of space
1.G.b. Identify and use a single horizon line

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2.A. Identify and use asymmetrical (informal) balance

C. Contrast
2.C. Identify and use texture contrast

F. Proportion
2.F.a. Create facial features in realistic proportion

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Discuss and develop answers to questions about art: Who decides what makes an artwork
special, valuable, or good?

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A. Describe the use of the following in artworks: Contour lines; symbolic shapes; Illusion of
form; Implied/simulated textures; Intermediate and Neutral colors; Asymmetrical balance;
Contrast/variety of textures; Perspective: change in size; Point of view

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Compare a work of art to a work of music

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science, or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Arts and non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how American artists expressed the idea of patriotism

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture
A. Historical Period of Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: United States (Painting, Architecture); Europe (Painting,
Architecture)

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on : Time; Place; Subject matter; Media; Use of
elements; Theme; Purpose of art in culture; Use of materials and technology
                                        Visual Art
                                  Grade Level Expectations
                                        GRADE: 6
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
A. Drawing
1.A. Use a pencil or marker to draw a continuous line that describes an object from
     observation.

B. Painting
1.B. Using opaque paint, overlap brush strokes to create a smooth and even area of color.

C. Digital/Computer
1.C. Create different types of lines using general software. (General software refers to a program
like Microsoft Word, which has paint tools.)

D. Other Media
1.D.a. Demonstrate a printmaking process (example: monoprint, collagraph, string print)
1.D.b. Manipulate fibers (example: threading needles, typing simple knots, sewing, wrapping,
weaving, bending)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A. Create a relief artwork by joining two or more surfaces (e.g., natural or manufactured clays,
paper pulp, cardboard, found materials)

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A. Create original artwork using the following subjects: portrait (real vs Abstract),
3.A.a. Realistic portrait
3.A.b. Abstract portrait

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Illustrate text.

C. Theme
3.C. Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.C.a. Functions of Art in Culture (e.g., celebrate rites of passage, teach history and/or
        religion, decorate useful objects),.
3.C.b. Personal Identity

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A.a. Identify and use converging lines
1.A.b. Identify and use contour lines to define a complex form

B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use complex shapes such as people, animals, vehicles

D. Texture
1. D. Identify and use real texture

E. Color
1.E.a. Identify and use intermediate and neutral colors
1.E.b. Identify the arrangement of colors on a color wheel

F. Value
1.F.a. Identify and demonstrate color value (tints and shades)
1.F.b. Identify and demonstrate a value scale

G. Space
1.G. Identify and use positive and negative shapes in two-dimensional work

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2. A. Identify and use symmetrical (formal) balance

C. Contrast
2. C. Identify and use shape, line, and size contrast

STRAND III: Artistic Perception (AP Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A.a. Discuss how different cultures have different concepts of beauty
1.A.b. Explain how responses (feelings and ideas) to artworks from various cultures are based on
       both personal experiences and group beliefs

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A.a. Identify the type of artwork (e.g., painting, drawing, print, sculpture)
2.A.b. Identify and explain symbolism or message communicated in an artwork
2.A.c. Match the artwork with an aesthetic theory showing a real or idealized image of life
      (Imitationalism), Expressing feelings (Emotionalism), Emphasis on elements and
      principles (Formalism), Serving a purpose in the society or culture (functionalism)

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A.a. Compare and contrast music and art from the same culture

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how artworks reflect the cultures in which they were created

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture Strand
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: Ancient Greece/Rome/Egypt, Pre-Columbian Americas (Aztec,
      Inca, Maya), Africa, Asia

2. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on: Time, Place, Subject matter, Theme,
      Characteristics, Cultural context
                                      Visual Art
                                Grade Level Expectations
                                   GRADE: 7 & 8
*The 7th and 8th grade GLE’s are put together in this document because my classes are mixed and
I wanted to see them together. They are differentiated by the number 7 (for 7th grade) and 8 for
(8th grade) after the specific standard/strand number listing.


STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Drawing
1.A.7 Use a variety of media such as pencil, pastels, color sticks, and/or markers to create
       simulated/implied textures
1.A.8 Create even, continuous, and graduated tones using pencil or colored pencil

B. Painting
1.B.7 Use a variety of brush strokes to create various textures
1.B.8 Create a variety of colors, tints, and shades by mixing pigments

C. Digital/Computer
1.C.7 Create different types of shapes using general software.
1.C.8 Create a composition of lines and shapes using general software. (General software refers
to a program like Microsoft Word which has paint tools.)

D. Other Media
1.D.a.7 Demonstrate a type of relief block printmaking
1.D.a.8 Use a variety of ink colors, tints, and shades by mixing pigments
1.D.b.7 Demonstrate the process used in one type of fiber arts (example: weaving, jewelry-
        making, knotting, papermaking, batik, quilt, appliqué, book arts)
1.D.b.8 Create a simple fiber artwork (example: weaving, jewelry-making, knotting,
        papermaking, batik, quilt, appliqué, book arts)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.7 Create an in-the-round artwork by joining two or more surfaces using a layering
       material (example: papier mache, paper, plastercraft, cardboard, fibers)
2.A.a.8 Create a three-dimensional artwork using carving techniques. Possible media
        choices could include, but are not limited to: clay, wax, soap, plaster, wood,
        Styrofoam, commercially-produced carving blocks
2.A.b.8 Modeling with clay or similar material: Create a three-dimensional artwork
        demonstrating appropriate joining.
3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A.7 Create original artwork using the following subjects:
3.A.a.7 Human figures
3.A.b.7 Still life from observation
3.A.8 Create original artworks using the following subject:
3.A.a.8 Realistic landscape
3.A.b.8 Abstract landscape

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B.8 Create an original functional object

C. Theme
3.C.7 Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.C.a.7 Group identity
3.C.b.7 Nature
3.C.8 Create an original artwork that communicates ideas about the following themes:
3.C.a.8 Environment
3.C.b.8 Time (example: past, present, future)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
A. Line
1.A.7 Identify and use rhythmic lines
1.A.8 Identify and use varied line quality

B. Shapes
1.B.7 Identify and use rhythmic shapes
1.B.8 Identify and use varied shapes

C. Form
1.C.7 Differentiate between and demonstrate high and low relief
1.C.8 Identify and use a range of values to create the illusion of form

D. Texture
1.D.7 Identify and use implied/simulated texture
1.D.8 Identify and use invented texture

E. Color
1.E.7 Identify and use analagous colors
1.E.8 Identify and use complementary colors

F. Value
1.F.8 Identify and use a range of values
G. Space
1.G.7 Identify and use positive and negative forms in three-dimensional work
1.G.8 Identify and use one-point linear perspective to create the illusion of space

2. Select and use the principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through
artwork
A. Balance
2.A.7 Identify and use symmetrical (formal) balance
2.A.8 Identify and use asymmetrical (informal) balance

B. Empahsis
2.B.7 Identify and use center of interest (focal point)

C. Contrast
2.C.8 Identify and use color and value contrast

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D.7 Identify and use regular rhythm
2.D.8 Identify and use progressive rhythm

F.
2.E.8 Identify and use appropriate scale relationship

STRAND III: Artistic Perception (AP) Strand
A. Aesthetics
1.A.a.7 Discuss and develop answers to questions about art. What is art? Should art look
        real? Should art be beautiful?
1.A.b.7 Compare and contrast responses of class members to realistic, abstract, and
      non-objective artworks
1.A.8 Discuss how people might respond differently to specific American artworks based
      upon their sub group (e.g., race, gender, attitude toward the environment, business,
       immigrant, group, age, religion, economic status, or level of education)

B. Art Criticism
2.A.a.7 Describe the artwork and subject matter
2.A.a.8 Describe artwork in detail.
2.A.b.7 Describe the elements and principles used in artworks
        Interpret the subject and theme, supporting them with the artist’s use of elements
        and principles
2.A.b.8 Analyze the use of elements and principles used in artworks.
2.A.c.7 Interpret the subject and them, supporting them with the artist’s use of elements and
        principles
2.A.c.8 Interpret the meaning of work, Judge the work from each aesthetic theory:
        Imitationalism—showing a real or idealized image of life;
        Emotionalism/Expressionism—exressing feelings; Formalism—emphasis on elements
        and principles; Functionalism—serving a purpose in the society or culture.
2.A.d.7 Select an aesthetic theory and explain why it best fits the artwork
        Showing a real or idealized image of life (Imitationalism) Expressing feelings
        (Emotionalism) Emphasis on elements and principles (Formalism) Serving a
        purpose in the society or culture (Functionalislm)

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A.7 Explain how art is used in designing sets in film, television, or live theater
1.A.8 Compare and contrast examples of American art and music.

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A.7 Explain the relationship between illustration and written text.
2.A.8 Explain events and issues in United States history are communicated through artworks

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture Strand
1. Compare and contrast artworks from historical time periods and/or cultures
1.A.7 Identify works of art from: Europe (Real, Abstract, Non-Objective); United States (Real,
       Abstract, Non-Objective)
1.A.8 Identify works of art from: United States (Native American, Painting, Sculpture,
       Architecture)

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B.7 and 1.B.8 Compare and contrast two artworks on: Time, Place, Subject matter, Theme,
Characteristics, Culture context, and Function of art in culture/society
                                       Visual Art
                                 Grade Level Expectations
                      GRADE: High School Level 1
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
A. Drawing
1.A.a. Create smooth, continuous value through even pressure.
1.A.b. Create a range of 4 smoothly graduated values through varied pressure.
1.A.c. Define edge through variations in pressure or angle.
1.A.d. Use media in various ways to create simulated and invented textures.
1.A.e. Use a ruler to create parallel, perpendicular, and converging lines.
1.A.f. Demonstrate proficiency using a single drawing media.(example: pencil, charcoal, conte,
pastel, oil pastel, marker, pen-and-ink, colored pencils, scratchboard)

B. Painting
1.B.a. Mix tempera/acrylic paints to create different hues.
1.B.b. Mix tempera/acrylic paints to create a range of 4 values and levels of intensity.
1.B.c. Apply paint to create a solid area of color with no visible brushstrokes, change in value or
       intensity.
1.B.d. Blend one color/value smoothly into another.
1.B.e. Demonstrate proper use and cleaning of brushes and palettes.
1.B.f. Use brushes of various shapes and sizes.

C. Digital/Computer
1.C. Create or modify and image using general software (general software refers to a program
     like Microsoft Word which has paint tools)

D. Other Media
1.D.a. Demonstrate a relief block printmaking process.
1.D.b. Create an artwork using a fiber arts process (e.g. weaving, paper-making, book arts,
       quilting, appliqué, basketry, knotting, batik)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Create a sculpture by layering and adhering material or objects (e.g. natural or
       manufactured clays, paper, board, plastercraft, papier mache, assemblage)
2.A.b. Create an artwork using a hand-building process (e.g. pinch, coil, slab); joining techniques
       and a uniform thickness

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
2.A. Create original artworks suing the following as subject matter:
2.A.a. Portrait
2.A.b. Still life
2.A.c. Landscape
2.A.d. Non-objective
2.A.e. Architecture

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create an original functional artwork based upon a cultural example.

C. Theme
3.C. Create original artwork that communicates ideas through themes (e.g. identity, power, time,
     nature, illusion)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effects in communicating ideas through artworks
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use weighed contour, parallel, and perpendicular lines.

B. Shapes
1.B. Differentiate between and use geometric and organic (freeform) shapes.

C. Form
1.C.a. Identify and use high and low relief.
1.C.b. Identify and use illusion of form: Sphere, cube, cone, and cylinder.

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and use real, invented, and simulated textures.

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use color theory including color value, and color schemes (analogous,
     monochromatic, and complementary).

F. Value
1.F. Identify and use a range of values to create the illusion of simple forms (including
     highlights and cast shadows)

G. Space
1.G.a. Identify and use positive and negative space in two-dimensional work.
1.G.b. Identify and use perspective techniques to create the illusion of space (one-point linear
       perspective, overlapping, and change of size, detail, placement, value, contrast color)

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork
A. Balance
2.A. Differentiate among and use symmetrical (formal), asymmetrical (informal), and radial
     balance.
B. Emphasis
2.B. Identify and create emphasis (focal point) through contrast and convergence.

C. Contrast
2.C. Identify and use variation within a single element to create contrast (e.g. different values),
     asymmetrical (informal) and radial balance.

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Identify and use elements to create regular rhythm.

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Unity
2.E. Explain how elements and principles create unity in artworks.

B. Proportion
2.F. Identify and use realistic facial proportions.

STRAND III: Artistic Perceptions (AP) Strand
A. Aesthetics
1.A.a. Discuss personal beliefs about the nature of art.
1.A.b. Define aesthetic as the branch of philosophy that deals with the nature and value of art.
1.A.c. Discuss and develop answers to questions about art. What is art? Why do responses vary?
       Who decides what makes an artwork special, valuable, or good?

B. Art Criticism
2.A. With one artwork:
       *Describe artwork
       *Analyze the sue of elements and principles in the work
       *Interpret the meaning of the work (subject, theme, symbolism, message communicated)
       *Judge the work from various perspectives
       *Showing a real or idealized image of lime (Imitationalism), Expressing feelings
        (Emotionalism), Emphasis on elements and principles (Formalism), Serving a purpose
         in the society or culture (Functionalism)


STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Connect meanings of elements in art with terms in music, theatre, or dance.

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how events and ideas in United States history are communicated through artworks.

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture Strand
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from:
       *Ancient Greek/Roman
       *Renaissance
       *Impressionism
       *Post-Impressionism
       *Pop Art
       *Op Art

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on:
       *Time
       *Place
       *Artist
       *Subject matter
       *Theme
       *Characteristic
       *Material/Technology
       *Ideas and beliefs of culture
       *Function of art in culture/society
                                        Visual Art
                                  Grade Level Expectations
                       GRADE: High School Level 2
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Drawing
1.A.a. Create a range of 7 smoothly graduated values through varied pressure.
1.A.b. Blend values/colors to create new values/colors.
1.A.c. Combine a change in value/color with texture.
1.A.d. Create a range of 4 graduated values using hatching, crosshatching, and stippling
       techniques.
1.A.e. Use an eraser as a tool to change value.
1.A.f. Use blending tools such as stumps and tortillions to modify values.
1.A.g. Demonstrate proficiency using 3 drawing media (ex: pencil, charcoal, conte, pastel,
       marker, pen-and-ink, colored pencils, scratchboard)

B. Painting
1.B.a. Mix tempera/acrylic paints to match observed hues.
1.B.b. Demonstrate the following watercolor techniques: continuous wash, graduated wash.
1.B.c. Apply watercolor to create simulated and invented textures.
1.B.d. Select and use appropriate size and brush type (ex: natural, synthetic, flat, round, bright,
       small-large sizes.

C. Digital/Computer
1.C.a. Create or modify an image using art software. (Art software refers to a program such as
       Adobe Photoshop)

D. Other Media
1.C.a. Demonstrate one printmaking process (ex: monoprint, collagraph, stamp, reduction relief
       block, lithograph, etching, serigraph)
1.C.b. Create an edition.
1.C.c. Create an artwork combining different fiber arts materials (ex: paper, yarn, string, wire,
      metal, reed, faffia, fabric, beads, shells, found materials)

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Create a sculpture using carving techniques. Possible media choices could include, but are
       not limited to: clay, wax, soap, plaster, Styrofoam, commercially-produced carving
       blocks
2.A.b. Create ceramics combining hand-building processes (example: pinch, coil, and/or slab);
       joining techniques and uniform thickness throughout product.
2.A.c. Demonstrate consistent glaze application.
3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A. Create original artworks using the following as subject matter:
3.A.a. Portrait
3.A.b. Still life
3.A.c. Landscape
3.A.d. Non-objective
3.A.e. Architecture

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create an original functional artwork that expresses a culture.

C. Theme
3.C.Create an original artwork that communicates ideas through the following themes (example:
cultural identity, social commentary, ceremony/ritual, myth/legend, reflection/transparency)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use hatching, crosshatching, stippling, and calligraphic lines.

B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use complex shapes.

C. Form
1.C.a. Identify and use form in-the-round.
1.C.b. Identify and demonstrate the illusion of complex form in a two-dimensional artwork.

D. Texture
1.D. Identify and create simulated textures from observation.

E. Color
1.E.a. Identify and use color theory including color intensity and split-complementary color
       scheme.
1.E.b. Identify and use local color.

F. Value
1.F. Identify and use a range of values to crate the illusion of complex forms.

G. Space
1.G.a. Identify and use positive and negative space in three-dimensional work.
1.G.b. Identify and use perspective techniques to create the illusion of space (two-point linear
       perspective, overlapping, and change of size, detail, placement, value, contrast, color)
STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP Strand)
1. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork
A. Balance
2.A. Use elements to create compositional balance.

B. Emphasis
2.B. Identify and use emphasis (focal point) through isolation and location.

C. Contrast
2.C. Identify and vary elements in the same work to create contrast (ex: different values and
      different textures)

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Identify and use elements to create progressive rhythm.

E. Unity
2.E. Identify and create unity through the elements and principles.

F. Proportion
2.F. Identify and use realistic figure proportion.

STRAND III: Artistic Perception (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature and discuss responses of artworks
A. Aesthetics
1.A.a. Discuss how perception in art reflect community and/or culture beliefs and values.
1.A.b. Compare how responses to works of art differ based on whether the viewer is a member of
      the culture in which the art was created.

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A.a. Compare and contrast two artworks.
2.A.b. Describe artwork.
2.A.c. Analyze the use of elements and principles in the work.
2.A.d. Interpret the meaning of the work (subject, theme, symbolism, message communicated).
2.A.e. Judge the work of art from various perspectives: Showing a real or idealized image of life
      (Imitationalism), Expressing feelings, (Expressionism), Emphasis on elements and
       principles (Formalism), Serving a purpose in the society or culture (Functionalism).

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Connect the characteristics of art and music created in the same culture or time period (ex:
      Harlem Renaissance and jazz, Native-American art and music, Asian art and music, Latino
      art and music)
1. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how historical events and social ideas are reflected in artworks from selected
cultures or historical time periods.

STRAND IV: Historical Style/Period/Culture Strand
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Identify works of art from: Cubism, American Regionalism, Abstract Expressionism,
      Native-American, Latino, Asian

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on: time, place, artist, subject matter, theme,
     characteristics, material/technology, ideas and beliefs of culture, function of art in
     culture/society
                                      Visual Art
                                Grade Level Expectations
                      GRADE: High School Level 3
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Drawing
1.A.a. Create a range of 10 smoothly graduated values through varied pressure.
1.A.b. Blend values/colors to create new values/colors.
1.A.c. Combine a change in value/color with texture.
1.A.d. Create a range of 4 graduated values using hatching, crosshatching, and stippling
       techniques.
1.A.e. Use an eraser as a tool to create a range of values.
1.A.f. Demonstrate proficiency using 4 drawing media (ex: pencil, charcoal, conte, pastel, oil
       pastel, marker, pen-and-ink, colored pencils)

B. Painting
1.B.a. Select and use paint expressively (hard edge, soft edge, painterly, brush stroke)
1.B.b. Demonstrate the following watercolor technique: masking, wet on wet, dry brush, glaze,
       transparent layering, scratch, resist, lifting
1.B.c. Mix watercolors to match observed hues.

C. Digital/Computer
1.C. Create expressive/symbolic art using art software (Art software refers to a program such as
Adobe Photoshop)

D. Other Media
1.D.a Demonstrate one printmaking process that require registering (ex: reduction block,
      multiple block, serigraphy, etching)
1.D.b Create a titled, numbered, signed edition.
1.D.c. Create related fiber arts

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Medias
2.A.a. Create a mixed media sculpture using a variety of processes and techniques.
2.A.b. Create a functional ceramic piece on the potter’s wheel
2.A.c. Demonstrate production of a symmetrical form (example: cylinder, bowl, cup)
2.A.d. Demonstrate use of an alternative decorative finish (example: sgraffito, slip painting,
incising, or Mishima)
3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A. Combine subject matter in original artworks to communicate ideas (example figure and/or
     architecture in a landscape)

B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.B. Create an original functional artwork that communicates a personal idea.

C. Theme
3.C. Create original artwork that communicates ideas through themes (ex: national identity,
      spirituality, vision, progress, human condition, narrative)

STRAND II: Elements and Principles Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Identify and use gesture lines and implied lines.

B. Shapes
1.B. Identify and use implied shapes.

C. Form
1.C.a. Identify and create complex form in-the-round.
1.C.b. Identify and demonstrate the illusion of transparent and reflective forms in two-
       dimensional artwork.

D. Texture
1.D. Contrast textures within the same artwork.

E. Color
1.E. Identify and use arbitrary color and symbolic color.

F. Value
1.F. Identify and use a range of values to create the illusion of form through observation of
       transparent and reflective objects.

G. Space
1.G.a. Design negative and positive space from all viewpoints in three-dimensional work.
1.G.b. From observation, identify and use appropriate perspective techniques to create the
       illusion of space.

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2.A. Use balance to support the communication of an idea.
B. Emphasis
2.B. Use emphasis to support the communication of an idea.

C. Contrast
2.C. Use contrast to support the communication of an idea.

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Use rhythm to support the communication of an idea.

E. Unity
2.E. Use unity to support the communication of an idea.

F. Proportion
2.F. Use foreshortened figure proportions.

STRAND III: Artistic Perception (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks
A. Aesthetics
1.A. Discuss how people from different groups might respond to artwork that express themes
      (ex: national identity, spirituality, vision, progress, and human condition)

2. Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary
A. Art Criticism
2.A.a. Compare and contrast student artwork with professional artworks or masterpieces.
2.A.b. Describe artwork.
2.A.c. Analyze the use of elements and principles in the work.
2.A.d. Interpret the meaning of the work (subject, theme, symbolism, message communicated)
2.A.e. Judge the work from various perspectives. Showing a real or idealized image of life
      (Imitationalism), Expressing feelings (Emotionalism), Emphasis on the elements and
       principles (Formalism), Serving a purpose in the society or culture (Functionalism).

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain the connections between visual art and performing arts
A. Connecting Visual Art and Performing Arts
1.A. Use theatre techniques to present information in art (ex: voice, stage presence, props, video,
      script-writing, set)

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, Math, Science or
Social Studies
A. connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how historical events and social ideas are reflected in artworks from selected
cultures or historical time periods.

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture (HS) Strand
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures
A. Historical Periods or Cultures
1.A. Identify works of art from: German Expressionism, Surrealism, Photorealism, Post-Modern.

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B. Compare and contrast two artworks on: time, place, artist, subject matter, theme,
      characteristics, material/technology, ideas and beliefs of culture, function of art in
      culture/society.
                                      Visual Art
                                Grade Level Expectations
                      GRADE: High School Level 4
STRAND I: Product/Performance Strand
1. Select and apply two-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate and
solve challenging visual art problems.
A. Drawing
1.A. Consistently selects and applies drawing media and techniques that demonstrate: Sensitivity
and subtlety in use of media; Engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking; Informed
decision-making

B. Painting
1.B. Consistently selects and applies painting media and techniques that demonstrate: Sensitivity
and subtlety in use of media; Engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking; Informed
decision-making


C. Digital/Computer
1.C. Select and apply digital/computer media that demonstrate: Sensitivity and subtlety in use of
media; Engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking; Informed decision-making

D. Other Media
1.D.a. Consistently selects and applies printmaking media and techniques that demonstrate:
Sensitivity and subtlety in use of media; Engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking;
Informed decision-making
1.D.b.Consistently selects and applies fiber media and techniques that demonstrate: Sensitivity
and subtlety in use of media; Engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking; Informed
decision-making

2. Select and apply three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to communicate
ideas and solve challenging visual art problems
A. Sculpture, Ceramics, Other Media
2.A.a. Consistently selects and applies sculpture media and techniques that: sensitivity and
       subtlety in use of media, engagement with experimentation and/or risk taking, informed
       decision-making.
2.A.b. Consistently selects and applies sculpture media and techniques that demonstrate:
       sensitivity and subtlety in use of media, engagement with experimentation and/or risk
       taking, informed decision-making.

3. Communicate ideas about subject matter and themes in artworks created for various
purposes.
A. Subject Matter: Fine Art
3.A. Select subject matter to communicate personal ideas through a series of original, related
      works.
B. Subject Matter: Functional Art
3.C. Create a series of original, related, functional artworks that communicate a personal idea.

C. Theme
3.C. Develop a theme through a series of original artworks that communicates personal ideas:
      Addresses complex visual and/or conceptual ideas, shows imaginative, inventive approach,
      experimentation, risk taking, sensitivity and/or subtlety.

STRAND II: Elements and Principles (EP) Strand
1. Select and use elements of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Line
1.A. Use line expressively to communicate ideas.

B. Shapes
1.B. Use shapes expressively to communicate ideas.

C. Form
1.C. Use forms expressively to communicate ideas.

D. Texture
1.D. Use textures expressively to communicate ideas.

E. Color
1.E. Use color expressively to communicate ideas.

F. Value
1.F. Use value expressively to communicate ideas.

G. Space
1.G. Use space expressively to communicate ideas.

2. Select and use principles of art for their effect in communicating ideas through artwork.
A. Balance
2.A. Use balance expressively.

B. Emphasis
2.B. Use emphasis expressively.

C. Contrast
2.C. Use contrast expressively.

D. Rhythm/Repetition
2.D. Use rhythm expressively.

3. Unity
2.E. Use unity to support the personal expression of an idea.
F. Proportion
2.F. Use facial and/or figure proportions expressively.

STRAND III: Artistic Perception (AP) Strand
1. Investigate the nature of art and discuss responses to artworks.
A. Aesthetics
1.A.a. Discuss the evolution of personal beliefs about the nature of art.
1.A.b. Discuss how personal and cultural beliefs influence the interpretation of the meaning,
       message, or value of a work of art.

2.Analyze and evaluate art using art vocabulary.
A. Art Criticism
2.A. Use the following process with a body of work (portfolio):
2.A.a. Describe the artwork
2.A.b. Analyze the use of elements and principles in the work, interpret the meaning of the work
2.A.c. Interpret the meaning of the work (subject, theme, symbolism, message communicated),
2.A.d. Showing a real or idealized image of life (Imitationalism), Expressing feeling
       (Emotionalism), Emphasis on the elements and principles (Formalism), Serving a purpose
        in the society or culture (Functionalism).

STRAND IV: Interdisciplinary Connections (IC) Strand
1. Explain connections between visual art and performing arts.
A. Connecting Visual and Performing Arts
1.A. Select and present music that expresses personal artwork.

2. Explain the connections between Visual Art and Communication Arts, math, Science or
Social Studies
A. Connecting Art and Non-Art Subjects
2.A. Explain how contemporary events and social ideas are reflected in student artworks.

STRAND V: Historical Style/Period/Culture (HS) Strand
1. Compare and contrast artworks from different historical time periods and/or cultures.
A. Historical Period or Culture
1.A. Select and research period/movements of art that align with portfolio development.

B. Characteristics of Artworks
1.B.a. Describe the evolution of an artist’s body of work over time.
1.B.b. Explain an artist’s place in historical context.

				
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