Kindergarten Unit 7 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 North America, South America, or Europe. Core Knowledge Images Northwest American Indian totem pole 1st Grade Core Knowledge Unit 7 Still Life Overview · The student will discuss what a still life is. · The student will view and discuss various examples of still lifes. · The student will discuss the colors, lines, and shapes used in the selected artworks depicting still lifes. · The student will create a still life that uses line, shape, color and emphasis. Core Knowledge Images Paul Cézanne, Studies with fruit such as Apples and Oranges Vincent van Gogh, Irises 2nd Grade Core Knowledge Unit 7 Architecture Overview · The student will compare and contrast examples of natural and man-made examples of symmetry. · The student will compare and contrast various types and styles of buildings. · The student will discuss symmetry and line of symmetry. · The student will discuss and analyze the use of line, shape, color, texture, space, form, pattern, repetition, emphasis and variety in examples of architecture. · The student will create an artwork that is related to architecture, utilizing line, color, and shape/form. · The student will discuss how architecture is the study of the design of buildings or structures. · The student will identify an architect as an example of an art career. Discuss other examples of art careers such as interior designer, landscape architect, graphic designer, jewelry designer, etc. Core Knowledge Images The Parthenon, Greece Great Stupa, Buddhist Temple, India Himeji Castle, Japan Guggenheim Museum, America 3rd Grade Core Knowledge Unit 7 Value Overview · The student will discuss the use of all of the elements of art and principles of design and how they're used in selected artworks that focus on light and value. · The student will discuss that light or value is an element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a surface. Value depends on how much light a surface reflects. It also depends on the light source and how much light is available. · The student will discuss how creating value can create an illusion of three dimensionality. · The student will discuss how using value, contrast, and color can create mood or feeling in an artwork. · The student will create an artwork that utilizes value. Core Knowledge Images James Chapin, Ruby Green Singing Jan Vermeer, Milkmaid · 4thGrade Unit 7 Texas Art and Artist The students will gain an understanding that art form different regions can have a distinct look, or style. · The students will be exposed to the idea that art reflects the thoughts and beliefs of the region in which it is created. · The students will recognize the Texas Images: Alamo Sam Houston Los Colinas Mustangs Dallas Cattle Drive San Jacinto Monument · The students will be exposed to Texas artists such as Lee Smith Melissa Miller David Bates Luis A. Jimenez John Biggers Jesus Bautista Moroles · The students will recognize that art can become a symbol for an area. · The students will become aware political events can help dictate the art created. · The students will become aware that internationally known artist are currently working in this state. 5th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 7 Memorials and Monumental Works · The students will learn that a memorial is something done to help people remember important begins and events of the past. · The students will recognize that memorials can be many things buildings, sculptures, stained glass windows, murals, parks, scholarships, foundations, awards. · The students will learn that monumental works are works that are larger than the object is in real life. · The students will learn that a relief is a sculpture with one flat side. · The students will recognize the memorial Core Knowledge Image: Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Shaw Memorial. The Great Buddha, Donatello, Saint George, Michelangelo, David, Statue of Liberty · The students will gain and understanding of what goes into creating a memorial with proposal sketches, construction and instillation. 6th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 7 Religions · The student will know how Religion dictates how art will look. · The students will recognized the symbols of the major world religion, Moslem, Christian, Jewish, and Buddhism.. · The student will recognize the religious Core Knowledge Images · Islam · Koran · Illuminated manuscripts · Islamic Architecture o Domes, minarets, Islamic arch o Dome of the Rock- Mosque of Omar o Alhambra Palace, Spain o Taj Mahal, India Christian Michelangelo, David · The students will recognized that Moslems, Christians, and Jews share a common origin. · The student will review human proportion in portraits. · The student will. understand some of the meaning behind the symbols. · The students will recognize that Images can hold deep meanings.

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