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  • Teacher:  Lynne Lutz

    Subject: Art

    grade: 6th

    Marking Periods: 1, 2, 3, & 4

        F. W. Holbein School – Quarterly Syllabus

    Overview – During this marking period your child will learn the various elements and principles of art, working with two dimensional and three dimensional projects.

     

    Units/Cluster

    Essential

    Understandings

    Skills/Concepts

    Projects &

    Due Dates

    Radial Symmetry Design

     

    Understanding of symmetrical design with the use of color and balance

    Symmetrical design, complimentary color, line and balance

    5 - 7 days

    Nine Basic Line Design Names

    Use of repetitive line and  pattern design

    Repetitive line and design with color

    5  - 7 days

    Crazy Cactus

     

    Understanding the dry brush technique of water color and use of texture.

    Shape, color, texture and fractured shapes.

    7-10 days

    Color Wheel with Name Design

    Understanding of the primary, secondary and intermediate colors.  Also the understanding of complimentary colors.

    Understand mixing of primary and secondary colors.

    Use of internal design to create complementary colors.

    5 -7 days

    Coil Pots

    Understanding of coil construction in clay.

    To learn coil construction in clay to create a three dimensional pot.

    5  days

    Georgia O’Keeffe Flowers

    Understanding the use of cool and warm colors and its effect on a work of art. To learn a little about a great American female artist as well.

    To work with warm and cool colors in the style of Georgia O’Keeffe.

    5 -7days

    Torn Paper Landscape/Cityscape

    To learn the blending techniques with working with chalk pastels.  To understand that a landscape and cityscape can be made with simple forms.

    To work with chalk pastels and torn paper to create a work of art.

    5- 7 days

     

     

    Rules

    Important Procedures

    Grading

    * be on time for class

    * remain in seat at all times

    * be respectful toward teacher and students in class

    * come prepared for class

    * Listen to all directions before starting a project

    Materials needed during the marking period:

    Black sharpie marker and  pencil.

    100 total points for each project

     Add total number of points at end of marking period and divide by number of projects for final grade.

     

     

    Teacher:  Lynne Lutz

    Subject: Art

    Grade: 7th

    Marking Periods: 1, 2, 3, & 4

     

           F. W. Holbein School – Quarterly Syllabus

    Overview – During this marking period your child will learn the various elements and principles of art, working with two dimensional and three dimensional projects.

     

    Units/Cluster

    Essential

    Understandings

    Skills/Concepts

    Projects &

    Due Dates

    Line Design/ Pattern

     

    Use of line and pattern

    9 basic line, Pattern/design

    5 - 7 days

    Glass/Face Design

     

    Use of repetitive line and  pattern design

    Repetitive line and design with color

    5  - 7 days

    Animal Cubism

     

    Understanding the cubist movement (Picasso)

    Shape, color, line and fractured shapes.

    5 days

    Winter Birch Trees

    Use of cool and warm colors,  Understanding of nature, texture and different mediums.

    Pastels, layering, and sponging paint.

    5 days

    Color Wheel/ Internal Design

    Primary, Secondary and Intermediate colors.

    Complementary Colors

    Understand mixing of primary and secondary colors.

    Use of internal design to create complementary colors.

    5 - 7 days

    Wall Pockets

    Understanding clay slab construction.

    To learn clay slab construction to create a three dimensional wall pocket.

    5 days

    Analogous Color Scheme Painting (animal)

    Understanding and using analogous colors

    To learn, understand and use analogous colors(color side-by-side on the color wheel) to create an animal painting.

    5- 7 days

    Reptile Relief

    Understanding and using the concept of camouflage  in art using pastels.  Also to understand what relief paper sculpture is.

    Students will learn how to blend chalk pastels, and use camouflage in art when creating their turtle, snake or lizard. Also learn how to make according folds to create their relief reptile.

    7 - 10 days

     

     

    Rules

    Important Procedures

    Grading

    * be on time for class

    * remain in seat at all times

    * be respectful toward teacher and students in class

    * come prepared for class

    * Listen to all directions before starting a project

    Materials needed during the marking period:

    Black sharpie marker, foam egg carton, and  pencil.

     100 total points for each project

     Add total number of points at end of marking period and divide by number of projects for final grade.

     

     

    Teacher:  Lynne Lutz

    Subject: Art

    Grade: 8th

    Marking Periods: 1, 2, 3, & 4

     

     

           F. W. Holbein School – Quarterly Syllabus

    Overview – During this marking period your child will learn the various elements and principles of art, working with two dimensional and three dimensional projects.

     

    Units/Cluster

    Essential

    Understandings

    Skills/Concepts

    Projects &

    Due Dates

    Analogous Color Scheme Still-Life

     

    Students will learn the concept of analogous colors and their function.  Also the element of contour drawing will be used.

    Use of line, analogous colors and contour line drawing will be used.

    5 - 7 days

    One point perspective

    Circle/Squares/Letters

     

    The understanding that one point perspective is the perception of objects in three dimension.

    The understanding of one point perspective using various shapes.

    7 - 10 days

    One Point Perspective  City

     

    To use the understanding of one point perspective to create a three dimensional looking city.

    Using one pts. Perspective to create a city.

    5 - 7 days

    Complementary Color Still-Life

    To understand the coupling of complementary colors in use with a still-life.

    Using complementary colors to create a vivid still-life using simple shapes.

    7-10 days

    Clay Banks

    To use all three hand building techniques to create a free standing bank.

     

    To use coil, slab and pinch hand building techniques to create and make a bank.

    5 days

    Paris craft masks

    To use form, layering, texture, color, design, shape and line to create a three dimensional mask.

    To use the pariscraft in layers to create texture, and shape. To use the color to create design, line, and form to help create the facial features. and markings.

    8-10 days

    Sketch books

    Daily pencils drawing

    Warm -up drills

    Daily (10 minutes)

     

     

    Rules

    Important Procedures

    Grading

    * be on time for class

    * remain in seat at all times

    * be respectful toward teacher and students in class

    * come prepared for class

    * Listen to all directions before starting a project

    Materials needed during the marking period:

    Black sharpie marker, foam egg carton, and  pencil.

    100 total points for each project

     Add total number of points at end of marking period and divide by number of projects for final grade.