The Student Will: Art – Grade 5 Essentials of the ?· Students should expand on their knowledge of…

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The Grade 5 essentials include the further development of fine motor skills, craftsmanship, and time management. Students should expand on their knowledge of the elements and principles of art. Students should increase cultural awareness and have a more in depth knowledge of historical art and architecture.Student Learning Goals for ArtThe Student Will: Develop aesthetic awareness, imagination, perception, appreciation, knowledge and skills Foster creativity, self-expression, self-confidence and self-discipline Expand craftsmanship, problem solving abilities, cultural understandings and safety procedures Participate in clean-up, share and help others, respect the property of the school and others, take turns, and work in groupsArt Grade 5 Essentials of the CurriculumLearning Skills in a 21st Century Art ClassArt students will utilize the following skills while incorporating the technological changes of the 21st Century.AnalyzeBuildBrainstormClassifyCollaborateCommunicate effectivelyCompare & contrastCraftsmanshipCritiqueDescribeDistinguish between fact & opinionDraw ConclusionsFollow DirectionsFormulate questionsImproveImproviseIncrease vocabularyInterpretListenManage timeObserveOrganizeOutline PlanPredict outcomesProofreadRead criticallyRecognize cause & effectRecognize main ideas & detailsRecycle and repurposeReportReviseSelf AssessSequenceSketchSolve ProblemsTestThink inventivelyThink ImaginativelyUse resourcesUse technologyWork productivelyWriteCultural Context and Art HistoryJudgment and CriticismAestheticsArt Across the Curriculum: The following assignments/activities are examples of how art will connect knowledge within and across the disciplines.5.12 examine the influence of historic events on works of art.5.13 describe similarities and differences among art and artists from a variety of cultures.5.14 compare and contrast contemporary and historical works of art, including architecture.5.15 describe how artists contribute to society.5.16 describe various commercial art careers.5.17 compare and contrast natural and constructed environments.5.18 analyze and interpret works of art based on visual properties and context.5.19 analyze an artists point of view based on contextual information.5.20 use specific criteria to evaluate a finished product.5.21 describe how criteria used to assess the value of art may vary over time.5.22 select a preferred work of art and defend the selection.5.23 compare and contrast objects in terms of aesthetic preferences.5.24 reflect on and describe the nature of art.Enrichment: The following assignments and activities are designed to reinforce basic skills and to expand students; interest and abilities.Museum field tripGuest artistsArt showsTechnologyAssessment: Written: Artist statement, exit slips, journals, pre & post tests Visual Check Oral critique5.1 Brainstorming, sketching, planning, and reflecting to generate ideas and create5.2 demonstrate craftsmanship5.3. create art that connects to personal experiences5.4. dentify and apply ethical decisions in art making.5.5 use the following to express meaning in works of art: 1.Color-student mixed hues, tints, shades, tones2.Form-convex, concave, positive, negative3.Texture-surface embellishment4. Value-gradation to create the illusion of depth5.Balance-formal, informal6.Pattern-repetition to create rhythm5.6 use perspective in works of art.5.7 use size and proportion to emphasize spatial relationships 5.8 draw the human figure in proportion from observation.5.9 use contemporary media 5.10 create sculpture in the round, high relief, or bas-relief, using three-dimensional media, including clay.5.11 combine various craft techniques in works of art.Visual Communication and Production Math -radial design, symmetry, form U.S. History to 1865- westward expansion, historical art and architecture Language Arts - onomatopoeia and books used with lessons Science- oceans, light and color Physical Education-- Music-- Pinterest: sub portholes,radial snowflakes, and onomatopoeia Fifth Grade Visual Arts ConceptsHow much effort are you putting forth?With a commentOf ArtPRINCIPLESELEMENTSOf ArtPerspectiveSizeProportion3DPreliminary Sketch Planning Details Careers

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