Kindergarten Unit 8 Animals in Art Overview · The student will in a classroom discussion, recognize and identify colors, textures, forms and subject matter in selected artworks and in their environment. · The student will create artworks that utilize color, form and lines and focus on animals. · In a classroom discussion, the student will view a variety of artworks that depict animals and discuss what is happening in each artwork. · The student will discuss what animals the artist depicts and how they've depicted them. · The student will discuss the textures they see. Core Knowledge Images Blue Hippo, Egyptian Art Henri Matisse, The Snail Joan Miro, People and Dog in the Sun Edward Hicks, Noah's Ark Henri Rousseau, Sleeping Gypsy 2nd Grade Core Knowledge Unit 8 Japan Overview · The student will view various examples of Japanese art and compare it to another culture. · The student will discuss whether the examples of Japanese art would be considered abstract or realistic. · The student will create an artwork that is inspired by the art of Japan. Core Knowledge Images Katsushika Hokusai, The Great Wave at Kanagawa Nami-Ura 3rd Grade Unit 8 Narrative Art Overview · The student will discuss the use of the elements of art and principles of design and how they're used in selected artworks that are narrative. · The student will discuss how narrative works of art tell stories. They use pictures instead of words (although some works like Faith Ringgold's do use words). · The student will discuss what each painting is about and why it was painted. · The student will discuss the stories each painting could tell and who the people in the paintings are. · The student will compare what time periods are depicted and what life would have been like. · The student will create an artwork that is narrative. Core Knowledge Images Mary Cassatt, The Bath Edward Hicks, The Peaceable Kingdom Edvard Munch, The Scream Faith Ringgold, Tar Beach 4th Grade Unit 8 Art Careers · The students will gain an understanding that there are many different careers in art . · The students will be exposed to what different careers in art entail. · The students will recognize the not all careers in art involve making art. · The students will recognize the art can be crated out of a great variety of materials. 5th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 8 Art of Oceania · The student will understand that each culture has its own unique art. · The student will start to recognize the art of Polynesian culture. · The student will become familiar with the Polynesian Core Knowledge Image: Tahitian landscape · The student will become aware that religion has an effect on the art produced. · The student will become aware of the fact that art is created with objects on hand. · The student will become aware that subject matter comes form our environment. · The student will recognize dance as an art form . 6th Grade Core Knowledge Unit 8 Africa · The student will understand that each culture has its own unique art. · The student will start to recognize the different styles of art in Africa. · The student will become familiar with the African Core Knowledge Images: · Antelope headdress of Mali · Yoruba Sculptures · Benin bronze and Ivory sculptures · The student will become aware that religion has an effect on the art produced. · The student will become aware that not all cultures produce art for arts sake. · The student will become aware that Art can be functional. · The student will become aware that art is produce with material on hand. · The student will become aware that proportion and emphasize ideas or traits.

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