Lesson Plans Week of Sept. 27=Oct. 1

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Lesson Plans: Week of Sept. 27-Oct. 1

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Rodburn

 

Kindergarten: 

Goal: I am learning to name the neutral colors to create an owl collage.

Standards being taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.K

VACr1.2.K

VA:Cr2.1.K

VA:Cr2.3.K

 

Instructional Activities Each Day

Review primary, secondary colors as well as warm and cool colors using color wheel.  Then introduce neutral colors. Talk about how black, white, brown and gray are neutral colors.  Explain that a lot of animals and people have neutral colored features.  Have students brainstorm different kinds of animals that have neutral colored fur, feathers or skin. Model for students how to make an owl collage using torn brown construction paper, circles for eyes, orange triangles for beaks, and orange talons.  Go over the rubric for good craftsmanship.  

 

1st Grade: Goal: I am learning to draw people using neutral colors and shapes. 

Standards being taught/Assessed: 

VA:Cr1.2.1

VA:Cr3.1.1

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Review primary, secondary , warm and cool colors using the color wheel.  Then talk about how people and animals have neutral colored features.  Have students brainstorm and name different animals such as cats, dogs, horses, cows, birds etc that have neutral colors.  Then review the names of shapes such as triangles, rectangles, circles, ovals and squares. Remind students that we can draw people using shapes.  Model how to draw a person using shapes.  Have students draw a person and background using only neutral colors.

 

2nd Grade: Goal: I am learning to name neutral colors and create a drawing of a raccoon.  

Standards being taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.2.2

VA:Pr7.1.2

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Review primary, secondary, warm and cool colors using the color wheel. Then review neutral colors.  Check to see if students can still remember the neutral colors. Refer to the neutral colors poster on the wall.  Pull up paintings by Albrecht Durer of animals like owls and rabbits.  Call attention to neutral colors and texture. Have students name different types of animals that have neutral colored fur, feathers or skin.  Have them think about why having neutral colored skin or fur can help you in the forest.  Then model for students how to draw a raccoon. Model for students how to create texture with lines. Students will only use neutral colors to color the raccoon and background.  They will add texture using different kinds of line.  

 

3rd Grade: Goal: I am learning to draw a squirrel using neutral colors. I am learning to name the neutral colors.  

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr2.1.3

VA:Re8.1.3

Instructional activities each day:

Go over primary, secondary, warm and cool colors using the color wheel. Then review neutral colors. Talk about how people and animals many times have neutral colored features.  Then show students slides of animals painted by artist Albrecht Durer. Call attention to the neutral colors and the texture of the fur and feathers.  Then model for students how to draw a squirrel.  Students will draw the squirrel using neutral colors and colored pencils. 

 

4th and 5th Grade: Goal: I am learning to draw an owl using neutral coors.  I am learning to name the neutral colors.  

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.2.4

VA:Cr1.2.5

VA:cr2.1.4

VA:Cr2.1.5

VA:Re8.1.4

VA;Cn10.1.4

VA:Cn10.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Review primary, secondary, warm and cool colors using the color wheel.  Then remind students of how people and animals many times have neutral colored features. Show students slides of Albrecht Durer’s animal paintings. Call attention to the neutral colors and texture in teh fur and feathers.  Then model for students how to draw an owl.  Student will use colored pencils.  

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Cr1.2.4

VA:Cr1.2.5

VA:Cr2.1.4

BA:Cr2.1.5

VA:Re8.1.4

VA:RE8.1.5

VA:Cn10.1.4

VA:Cn10.1.5