Lesson Plans Feb.28=March 1

Kindergarten: 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry)

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.K, VA:Cr1.2.K, VA:Cr2.1.K,  VA:Cr2.3.KVA:Cr3.1.KVA:Pr7.1.KVA:Re7.2.K,  VA:Re8.1.K, VA:Cn10.1.K, 

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils

 

First Grade:

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry)

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.1, VA:Cr1.2.1, VA:Cr2.1.1, VA:Cr2.2.1, VA:Cr2.3.1,  VA:Pr4.1.1, VA:Pr7.1.1, VA:Cn11.1.1

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils

 

Second Grade:

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry)

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA: Cr1.1.2, VA:Cr1.2.2, VA:Cr2.1.2, VACr2.2.2, VA:Pr5.1.2, VA:Pr6.1.2, VA:Pr7.1.2, VA:Re8.1.2, VA:Re9.1.2, VA:Cn11.1.2, 

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils

 

Third Grade:

Some classes need to finish sleeping dragon drawing from last week.

Materials: papers from last week, sharpies, pencils, crayons

 

If finished with sleeping dragons;

 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry)

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.3,  VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr3.1.3, VA:Pr6.1.3, 

VA:Pr7.1.3, VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re8.1.3, VA:Cn11.1.3


 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Have students discuss why she painted the things she painted from her everyday life. Talk about the time period in which she lived.  She was born in the 1800’s on a plantation.  She lived to be 99 years old.  Students might notice that she wasn’t allowed to attend an art museum opening of her work because of discrimination.  She had to wait until everyone had left.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils

 

Fourth Grade:

 

Some classes need  to finish sleeping dragon drawings from last week.  If so, they can finish sleeping dragons this week and do the Clementine Hunter lesson next week.  


 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry) I am learning to recognize that responses to art change depending on knowledge of the time and place in which it was made. 

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.3,  VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr3.1.3, VA:Pr6.1.3, 

VA:Pr7.1.3, VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re8.1.3, VA:Cn11.1.3


 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Have students discuss why she painted the things she painted from her everyday life. Talk about the time period in which she lived.  She was born in the 1800’s on a plantation.  She lived to be 99 years old.  Students might notice that she wasn’t allowed to attend an art museum opening of her work because of discrimination.  She had to wait until everyone had left.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils


 

Fifth Grade:

 

Goal/Learning Target: I am learning to draw flowers in a vase.  (overlapping/ space,   formal balance/ symmetry) I am learning to recognize that responses to art change depending on knowledge of the time and place in which it was made.  

 

Standards being taught/Assessed: VA:Cr1.1.3,  VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr3.1.3, VA:Pr6.1.3, 

VA:Pr7.1.3, VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re8.1.3, VA:Cn11.1.3


 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Introduce students to artist Clemintine Hunter.  Play the read aloud that explains the art and life of Clementine Hunter.  She lived from 1887- 1988.  She was an African American Folk Artist.  Show slide that shows her artwork and footage of her explaining her work.  Talk about how she painted on everyday objects like boxes and windows.  Then discuss how she liked to paint flowers and landscapes of events in her life.  Have students discuss why she painted the things she painted from her everyday life. Talk about the time period in which she lived.  She was born in the 1800’s on a plantation.  She lived to be 99 years old.  Students might notice that she wasn’t allowed to attend an art museum opening of her work because of discrimination.  She had to wait until everyone had left.  Model how to draw a vase of flowers for students.  Talk about how we are going to overlap the flowers.  We are going to use symmetry or formal balance when we draw our vase and flowers.  

Materials: smart tv, drawing paper, crayons, pencils