Lesson Plans: Week of March 14-March 18

Lesson Plans: Week of March 14-March 18     Grade Level: K-5

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Rodburn]

 

Kindergarten:

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then play the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template

 

First Grade:

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then show the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template

 

Second Grade:

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then play the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  Have students cut out their faces and shoulders.  They will draw a background of green plant life on a separate sheet of paper.  They will use glue to place an animal cut from a magazine onto the background. Then they will overlap the animal a little by pasting their self portrait to their paper.  This may take 2 class periods.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template, glue sticks, scissors, old magazines

 

Third Grade:

magazines, scissors

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then play the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  Have students cut out their faces and shoulders.  They will draw a background of green plant life on a separate sheet of paper.  They will use glue to place an animal cut from a magazine onto the background. Then they will overlap the animal a little by pasting their self portrait to their paper.  This may take 2 class periods.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template, glue sticks, old magazines

 

Fourth Grade:

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then play the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  Have students cut out their faces and shoulders.  They will draw a background of green plant life on a separate sheet of paper.  They will use glue to place an animal cut from a magazine onto the background. Then they will overlap the animal a little by pasting their self portrait to their paper.  This may take 2 class periods.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template, glue sticks, old magazines

 

Fifth Grade:

Goal/Learning Target:  I am learning to draw a self portrait using symmetry, line, shape and texture.

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed:

VA:Re7.2

VA:Re8.1

VA:Cr1.1

VA:Cr2.1

Cr3.1

Cr4.1

VA:Pr4

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Introduce the learning target.  Then introduce the artist Frieda Kahlo.  Using Google Slides, show photos of Kahlo as a child and adult. Then play the read aloud, I am Frieda Kahlo.  Discuss how she overcame obstacles in her life.  Talk about how she started drawing self portraits when she was in the hospital with her special easel. Give each student a template of a face with light guidelines to help them see where to draw their eyes, nose and mouth.  Model how to draw the facial features and add hair.  Model how to draw a background of green plant life.  Have students cut out their faces and shoulders.  They will draw a background of green plant life on a separate sheet of paper.  They will use glue to place an animal cut from a magazine onto the background. Then they will overlap the animal a little by pasting their self portrait to their paper.  This may take 2 class periods.  

Materials: Google slides, drawing paper, crayons, pencils, face template, glue sticks, old magazines