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Below are the suggested target understandings and skills for fourth grade visual arts:
  • Making Art and Expressing Meaning in Art - Practice observing and making art that includes more and more precise details as the school year progresses. Make foreground objects different one from another with contrasts of value, color, and/or texture. Create art based on unusual points of view. Shade with one light source in an artwork.
  • Appreciating and Decoding Meaning in Art - Repeat shapes, colors, and/or objects to lead the eye through a work of art. Emphasize an object by making it contrast with its surroundings. Discuss how the elements and principles help artists express their ideas. Discuss how mood is created in artworks.
VISUAL ARTS CORE CURRICULUM

GUIDEBOOK 4TH GRADE
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SIDE by SIDE TEACHER (or SUBSTITUTE) RESPONSIBILITY:
  1. Be Present and involved in teaching art lesson - pitching in when appropriate
  2. Use BEST classroom management practices
  3. Sit within close proximity of students during demonstrations
  4. Make all possible connections with ART lesson and your CURRICULUM
  5. Participate in your own art-making along with your students
  6. Help specialist when asked

WEEK OF JUNE 2ND: 4TH, 5TH, & 6TH GRADE ART EVALUATIONS

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WEEK OF MAY 26TH: What is art aesthetics discussion

WEEK OF MAY 18th:

Trading Cards: Aesthetics discussion- What is art? Powerpoint on What is art?
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Round robin collaborative trading cards
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WEEK OF MAY 4TH-WEEK OF MAY 18TH:

May 4th - make card collection boxes after intro
May 11th-make cards
ATCs: Intro to Artist Trading Cards in the classroom
Materials List
Art in Your Pocket - how to get started
Samples



WEEK OF APRIL 27TH:
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. 2nd -6th Graders need to produce an entry for this contest.

WEEK OF APRIL 20TH: Online Art- WE WILL BE IN RM. 27, CHAPPELL'S ROOM.
MARCH 16TH:
  • VOCABULARY
  • SKETCHBOOK
  • PROJECT

MARCH 9TH:

FINALIAZING ENGRAVINGS FOR PRINTING OF FISH - LETTERS NEED TO GO FROM RIGHT TO LEFT AND BE MIRRORED. We will review this and complete a drawing lesson and finish fish prints next week
MARWEEK OF FEBRUARY 2nd & 23rd: Sketchbooks and portfolios needed. We will finish unfinished art.
Each student needs to come with a picture of a Utah landscape or Utah symbol.
  • VOCABULARY - tin art, relief art, complementary colors, folk art
  • SKETCHBOOK - sketch a landscape or symbol of Utah using the whole page
  • PROJECT - students will draw on a soft copper panel to create a Utah scene or symbol. Permanent markers will then be used to create a replica of Mexican tin art. Wire and beads will be used to connect the panels.
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 9TH:
  • VOCABULARY
  • SKETCHBOOK
  • PROJECT

WEEK OF JANUARY 26th: You do not need aprons, but do need sketchbooks and portfolios,
  • VOCABULARY: Ledger paper, color theory, primary, analogous, monochromatic, and complimentary colors
  • SKETCHBOOK: Native American symbols and line
  • PROJECT -Glaze animals. Students will focus on one of the elements of color theory to create their own page of Native Ledger
    Art.

WEEK OF JANUARY 20TH:

Transformation of "Literature Trees" for Family Night (in classrooms). Teachers may use the art space for this project if needed. Pick up your trees on the stage if you had me prime them for you.
WEEK OF JANUARY 12TH:
Students will only need sketchbooks for a drawing lesson - no aprons or portfolios. We will be glazing our clay Utah animals.
WEEK OF JANUARY 5TH:
CLAY ANIMALS OF UTAH - Each student will need a photograph of a Utah animal. Bring sketchbooks and pencils.

WEEK OF JANUARY 26th:
You do not need aprons, but do need sketchbooks and portfolios,
  • VOCABULARY: Ledger paper, color theory, primary, analogous, monochromatic, and complimentary colors
  • SKETCHBOOK: Native American symbols and line
  • PROJECT - students will focus on one of the elements of color theory to create their own page of Native Ledger
    Art.

WEEK OF DECEMBER 15TWE WILL FINISH LANDSCAPES AND SKETCH - BRING SKETCHBOOKS.
WEEK OF DECEMBER 8TH: sketchbooks & portfolios needed - your call on aprons
  • VOCABULARY - landscape, perspective, overlapping
  • SKETCHBOOK - landscape
  • PROJECT - students will create 4 different levels of perspective with an object in nature and place them on a 4 layer landscape they will create

WEEK OF DECEMBER 1ST:
  • VOCABULARY: form, gesture, rural, urban, sculpture
  • SKETCHBOOK: Sketch the human body from a wooden model
  • PROJECT: Sculpt an urban and rural pose of the human body out of wire
  • Short film

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 10TH: *Rosie-- We are going on a field trip this Wednesday, November 12th, to the Murray Nature Center on the Jordan Parkway. Chappell and Butterfield will miss their art classes and would like you to come do art with us there!!! What are you thinking?? Something with wetlands, birds, mountain/valley topography-- pretty cool with snow now--Let me know-- THANKS--Misty
  • VOCABULARY - Eric Carl, color theory, foreground, background, emphasis
  • SKETCHBOOK - Utah birds
  • PROJECT - Using acrylic painted tissue paper, create a Utah bird composition
  • LITERATURE - THE DOT

WEEK OF OCTOBER 20TH:
  • VOCABULARY - elements & principles of art
  • SKETCHBOOK
  • PROJECT - heavy & light lines, compose grid with markers, watercolor each square using shade and tone. Cut and compose

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 29TH: Hales will do last week's clay project - please bring maps.
  • VOCABULARY
music theory, kandinsky,
  • SKETCHBOOK
  • PROJECT
Students will interpret different musical pieces through expression of mood and color in a painting.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 22ND:
CLAY - (Amy Hales will do last week's lesson) - please bring your portfolios on Monday and your map of Utah. I'd like to finish our line project as well.
  • VOCABULARY - kiln, greenware, bisqueware, glaze, firing,
  • SKETCHBOOK - Utah map
  • PROJECT - students will glaze their map of utah and beads
  • Film: A Sawdust Fired Kiln
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 15TH:
CLAY
  • VOCABULARY - texture, value of clay,
  • SKETCHBOOK - Utah regions, rivers, & major cities
  • PROJECT - a 3D design of Utah's major regions, rivers and cities using a variety of pottery tools

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 8TH:
  • VOCABULARY
markmaking, observation, blind drawing, value, line
  • SKETCHBOOK
holding a drawing tool, filling a page,
  • PROJECT
basic shapes, line & value
WEEK OF AUGUST 25TH:
  • Power Point of Art Room Procedures
  • VOCABULARY
sketchbook, portfolio, line
  • SKETCHBOOK
line
  • PROJECT
make portfolios