•  Sixth Grade Nine Week Plan

     

     The goals reflect the Virginia Standards of Learning in Art.

     

    *Students will describe ways artists from the Renaissance and Middle Ages contributed to society. 

    *Students will communicate concepts through a logo design . 

    *Students will continue to use a digital portfolio  to organize the steps of the art-making process, including brainstorming, preliminary sketching, planning, reflecting, refining, and elaborating, to create works of art.

    *Students will exercise increasing skill and control in the use of pencil in the creation of fractals and patterns. 

    *Students will use elements of art and principles of design to create a concentric design. 

    *Students will use a variety of  techniques in portraiture. Students will use art elements in applying glaze to a sculpture.

    *Students will describe ways artists contribute to society through art and architecture. 

    *Students will identify components of the artistic style of the Renaissance, Baroque and Impressionist periods.

    *Students will describe ideas communicated through a pastel landscape .

    *Students will identify how visual images communicate meaning through a polygon design.

     *Students will use critical inquiry skills when describing, responding to, interpreting, and evaluating their work and classmates.

    *Students will continue to solve design problems using color relationships selected from the color wheel.

    *Students will use the principles of design to express ideas and create images, including proportion, rhythm, balance, emphasis, variety, and unity.

    *Students will create a Pop Art design.

    *Students will use  line and shape to create naturalism in a shoe drawing. 

    *Students will create an Optical Art design.

    *Students will experiment and morph shapes and designs with digital applications.

    *Students will submit written reflections during their learning, including art history. 

    *Students will continue to apply high craftsmanship to all art projects.  

     

Last Modified on October 31, 2022