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THINKING SKILLS: INTEGRATING LIBRARY RESOURCES WITH LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Last edited on November 15, 2000

Art 2
Fundamentals 
OURSE: 53113
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
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  • Photography
  • Arts
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing
  • Architecture
  • Drama
  • Biography
  • History
  • World History
  • United States History

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    1.11
     
     

    6
     

    8
     
     

    9
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Methods and Materials and Techniques
    Students will explore a single subject through a series of works, varying the medium or technique.
    CONTENT: Purpose and Meaning in the Arts
    Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theater, visual arts, and architecture  were and are created, and, when appropriate, interpret their meaning.
    CONTENT:Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Changes.
    Students will demonstrate their concepts of style, stylistic influence and stylistic change by identifying when art works were created  and by analyzing characteristics features of art works from various historical periods, cultures and genres.
    CONTENT:Inventions, Technology and the Arts
    PERFORMANCE: Test  Open Ended Questions
    Students will create a portfolio of original 2D works of art , drawing, painting, collage, and mixed media.Students will demonstrate skill in 2D and 3D art media. Students will complete a portfolio of their art work in a variety of media. Students will be able to recognize works of famous artists and significant works of art from different periods.
  • Photography
  • Arts
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing
  • Architecture
  • Drama
  • Biography
  • History
  • World History
  • United States History

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    2.13
     
     
     
     

    6

    9
     
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Elements and Principles of Design 
    Apply knowledge of color theory to a project focusing on the use of complimentary colors. Be able to use values of colors in wet and dry media to create the illusion of 3D form on 2D surface
    Students will use color, line, texture, shape, and form in 2D and 3D work and identify the use of these elements in wet and dry media to create the illusion of 3D form on 2D surface
    CONTENT: Purpose and Meaning in the Arts
    Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theater, visual arts, and architecture  were and are created, and, when appropriate, interpret their meaning.
    CONTENT:Inventions, Technology and the Arts
    PERFORMANCE: Test  Open Ended Questions Create Original Works of Art and Compile them in a Portfolio Demonstrating KNowledge in the Use of the Elements and or Principles of Design in Drawing, Painting, Collage and Mixed MediaStudents will demonstrate skill in 2d and 3D art media. Students will complete a portfolio of their art work in a variety of media. Students will be able to recognize works of famous artists and significant works of art from different periods.
  • Psychology (Perception)
  • Photography
  • Arts
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing
  • Architecture
  • Drama
  • Biography
  • History
  • World History
  • United States History

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    3.8
     
     

    6
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression Students will create representation 2D artwork from direct observation and from memory that convincigly portrays 3D space and the objects and people within that space.
    CONTENT: Purpose and Meaning in the Arts
    Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theater, visual arts, and architecture  were and are created, and, when appropriate, interpret their meaning.
    PERFORMANCE: Test  Open Ended Questions
    Students will create a portfolio of original 2D and 3D works of art using one or more of the elements and/or principles of design, drawing, painting, collage, and mixed media.
    Students will demonstrate skill in 2D and 3D art media. Students will compile a portfolio of their art work in a variety of art media. Students will be able to recognize  works of famous artists and significant works of art from different periods.
  • Applied Science/Technology
  • Broadcasting
  • Visual and  Media Literacy
  • Photography
  • Arts
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing
  • Architecture
  • Drama
  • Biography
  • History
  • World History
  • United States History

  • 4.9

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    9
     
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Drafting, Revising and Exhibiting 
    Students will demonstrate the ability to conceptualize, organize and complete long-term projects alone and in group settings.
    CONTENT:Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Changes.
    Students will demonstrate their concepts of style, stylistic influence and stylistic change by identifying when art works were created  and by analyzing characteristics features of art works from various historical periods, cultures and genres.
    CONTENT:Inventions, Technology and the Arts
    PERFORMANCE: Test  Open Ended Questions Students will create a portfolio of original 2D works of art using a variety of art media and techniques. Students will demonstrate skill in 2D and 3D art media. Students will compile a portfolio of their art work in a variety of art media. Students will be able to recognize  works of famous artists and significant works of art from different periods.
  • Criticism (Critiques)
  • Customs / Folklore (Culture)
  • Photography
  • Arts
  • Painting
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing
  • Architecture
  • Drama
  • Biography
  • History
  • World History
  • United States History
  • 5.8
     

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    CONTENT: Critical Response 
    Students will demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast two or more works of art orally, and in writing using apparopriate vocabulary.
    CONTENT: Purpose and Meaning in the Arts
    Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theater, visual arts, and architecture  were and are created, and, when appropriate, interpret their meaning.

    PERFORMANCE: Test Open Ended Questions 
    Students will create a portfolio of original 2D works of art using one or more of the elements and/or principles of design; drawing, painting, collage, and mixed media.Students will demonstrate skill in 2D and 3D art media. Students will compile a portfolio of their work in a variety of media.Students will be able to recognize  works of famous artists and significant works of art from different periods

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