Kindergarten Unit 6 Continents Overview · The student will develop an appreciation of art from other cultures. · The student will discuss artworks that contain an illusion of depth. * · The student will discuss the methods the artist used to create this illusion such as: the size relationship between objects (large and small) and distance (near and far).* · In a classroom discussion, the student will recognize and identify colors, textures, forms and subject matter in selected artworks and in their environment. · The student will create artworks that are based on the cultural arts from Antarctica, Australia, Africa or Asia. Core Knowledge Images Blue Hippo, Egyptian Art Katsushika Hokusai, Tuning the Samisen 1st Grade Core Knowledge Unit 6 Shape Overview · The student will discuss the difference between geometric and organic shapes. · The student will identify basic geometric shapes and forms in nature and human-made environments and artworks: Square, rectangle, triangle, circle and oval. · The student will create an artwork that focuses on and utilizes shape. Core Knowledge Images Jacob Lawrence, Parade Grant Wood, Stone City, Iowa 1st Grade Unit +We are gaining and understanding of Shapes and how/ why they make up the world around us. +I can cut out shapes. + I can put shape together to make objects from the environment . + I can glue the shapes down and compose a picture. I can make a 3D shape construction. +I will put my name and teachers name on the back of my work 2nd Grade Unit 6 Family Overview · The student will compare and contrast various works of art that depict families. Discuss the artists' styles and subject matter. · The student will compare and contrast the use of the elements of art in each selected work of art. · The student will observe faces and figures and identify the lines, colors and shapes that form them. · The students will look at Impressionism and its use of color. The student will render facial features and body parts in an artwork (more than just stick figures). · The student will create an artwork related to their family that utilizes the elements of art. Core Knowledge Images Pablo Picasso, Mother and Child 2nd Grade +We are gaining and understanding of Families and how/why they are depicted in art + I can draw my family. +I can color my family in a color family. + I can use correct proportions. +I will put my name on the back of my work 3rd Grade Core Knowledge Unit 6 American Indian Art Overview · The student will discuss the use of the elements of art and principles of design and how they are used in selected artworks that were created by American Indians. · The student will compare and contrast the variety of artworks created by the American Indian groups. · The student will compare their art to the Vikings and Ancient Romans. · The student will discuss the role of the artist in American Indian culture. · The student will discuss how sand paintings, kachina dolls, masks, and weavings were used in everyday American Indian life. · The student will compare and contrast the following American Indian groups: Zuni, Pueblo, Hopi and Navajo. Discuss how they borrowed and shared ideas related to their arts. · The student will create an artwork related to the American Indians. Core Knowledge Images Kachina Dolls Navajo blankets and rugs Navajo sand paintings American Indian Masks 3rd Grade Unit 6 +We are gaining and understanding of Native American Art forms and how/ why they weave and sculpt. +I can make a weaving loom. +I can weave a pocket. +I can do a subtractive sculpture in clay. +I will put my name and teachers name on the back of my work. +I will fill out my evaluation form on my project. +I will finish my sketchbook questions on this project. 4th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 6 Art of Mexico · The students will gain an understanding that art form different cultures have a distinct look, or style. · The students will be exposed to the idea that art reflects the thoughts and beliefs of culture in which it is created. · The students will recognize the Mexico Core Knowledge Images: Francisco Goya, The Bullfight Francisco Goya, Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuniga Diego Rivera, Piñata Diego Rivera, The History of Medicine in Mexico Diego Rivera, Mother's Helper · The students will recognize how art styles blend when cultures blend. · The students will become aware political events can help dictate the art created 4th grade Unit 6 +We are gaining and understanding of the art of Central America and how/ why they created a variety of objects. + I can choose from a weaving, painting, clay whistle or a clay animal. + I can draw a sketch of the item I am going to make. + I can use the tools correctly to make the item. + I will put my name and teacher's name on the back of my work +I will fill out my evaluation form on my project +I will finish my sketchbook questions on this project 5th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 6 Art of Japan · The student will understand that each culture has its own unique art. · The student will start to recognize the art of the Japan. · The student will become familiar with the Japanese Core Knowledge Images: The Great Buddha Landscape Gardens · The student will become aware that religion has an effect on the art produced. · The student will become aware of the simplicity Zen art. · The student will become aware of landscaping as an art form. · The student will become aware of the religious sculptures of Japan. · The student will review Japanese printmaking . · The student will review Japanese calligraphy. 5th Grade Unit 6 +We are gaining and understanding of the art of Japan and how/ why their use of dragons differs for the European ideas as well as how they create a peaceful landscape. + I can design a meditation garden. + I can create a dragon that represents what I feel dragons mean. + I can make a clay dragon using both additive and subtractive techniques. +I will put my name and teachers name on the back of my work. +I will fill out my evaluation form on my project. +I will finish my sketchbook questions on this project. 6th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 6 Realism · The student will know that the Realist movement in art was a reaction to the Romantic movement, the Artist felt that the common man was the true hero and the Romantic notion of war was highly unrealistic, war is a terrible thing.. · The student will recognize the Realist Core Knowledge Images J ean Millet, The Gleaners Gustave Courbet, The Stone Breakers Winslow Homer, Noreaster Thomas Eakins, the Gross Clinic Henry O. Tanner, The Banjo Lesson · The student will review human proportion in portraits. · The student will review linear perspective. · The students will recognize that art like fashion has different styles and those styles change over time, sometimes repeating elements from the past and some times going completely in the opposite direction. 6th Grade Unit 6 +We are gaining and understanding of Realism and how/ why the style differs from the emotional style that came before. + I can tell the difference between the styles. + I can create a picture about the real world I live in. + I can do a print of my world using perspective to show space. + I can use value in my print. + I can take photograph of my world at school using perspective tricks. + I will put my name and teachers name on the back of my work + I will fill out my evaluation form on my project + I will finish my sketchbook questions on this project

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