DRAWING, PAINTING, 2-D ART CURRICULUM GUIDE

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1 DRAWING, PAINTING, 2-D ART CURRICULUM GUIDE Seminole County Public Schools Curriculum Services Department 2003

2 SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 400 East Lake Mary Boulevard Sanford, Florida THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY Diane Bauer Larry Furlong Jeanne Morris Sandra Robinson Dede Schaffner Dr. Bill Vogel, Superintendent

3 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 1 Drawing, Painting, 2D Art Standard 1 Skills and Techniques The student will understand and apply media, techniques, and processes. Goal 1 Applies Elements and Principals The student will demonstrate refined use of the elements and principles of design in personal creative visual compositions. 1 Identifies Elements and Principles Essential The student will identify and define elements and principles of design in compositions including their own. 2 Analyzes Elements Essential The student will analyze how the elements contribute to the individual work of art. 3 Combines Principles Essential The student will describe how the principles of art combine to provide good composition. 4 Applies Negative Space Essential The student will demonstrate and apply knowledge of negative space to own artwork. 5 Applies Color Theory Essential The student will apply knowledge of color theory to 2D art. 6 Demonstrates Contrast Essential The student will demonstrate contrast in 2D art. 7 Interprets Use of Space Essential The student will interpret the way space was handled in 2D art. 8 Applies Balance Essential The student will apply knowledge of balance to 2D design. 9 Applies Shading Techniques Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of shading in 2D compositions. 10 Justifies Use of Elements and Principles Essential The student will defend their reasons for the combination of elements and principles used in 2D compositions.

4 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 2 Goal 2 Applies Processes and Techniques The student will identify, apply, evaluate, and interpret processes and techniques used to produce works of art. 1 Sequences Production Steps Essential The student will plan and put in sequence the steps necessary to produce 2D art works. 2 Identifies Steps to Produce Art Essential The student will identify the steps necessary to produce a successful work of art. 3 Demonstrates Controlled Use of Tools Essential The student will identify and demonstrate controlled use of tools needed to produce specific 2D works. 4 Experiments with Tools and Materials Essential The student will participate in experimentation with tools and materials to get new results. 5 Identifies Techniques to Produce Images Essential The student will identify techniques used to produce visual images and forms. 6 Interprets Processes to Produce Art Works Essential The student will interpret the process used to create specific 2D results. 7 Applies Production Process Essential The student will research, plan, produce and evaluate works of art. 8 Presents Own Work Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of framing and presentation of their work. 9 Develops Craftsmanship Essential The student will refine skills in producing drawings, paintings, prints, collage, and mixed media. Goal 3 Uses Critical Observation and Visualization The student will apply skills of perception and visualization to works of art. 1 Applies Optical Effects Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of optical effects of color. 2 Applies Perspective Essential The student will apply perspective in 2D works of art.

5 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 3 3 Applies Contour Essential The student will demonstrate skill using contour line. 4 Uses Observation Essential The student will use observation as a source for 2D art works. 5 Applies Visualization Skill Essential The student will apply skills in visualizing to art work. 6 Applies Visual Concepts to Art Work Essential The student will produce 2D works of art combining visual concepts. Goal 4 Understands and Uses Technologies The student will understand and use current technologies to create and analyze art products, manipulate and interpret art processes, locate, manage, and evaluate arts knowledge, and improve artistic skills. Use is based on availability of hardware and software. 1 Researches Art Information Essential The student will locate and interpret art information with the use of the computer and modem. 2 Manipulates Computer Tools Essential The student will manipulate computer tools. 3 Records Computer Data on Disk Essential The student will keep a record of their computer images and written information on disk. Standard 2 Creation and Communication The student will create and communicate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas using knowledge of structures and functions of visual arts. Goal 1 Uses Visual Art Vocabulary The student will build and apply art vocabulary to describe, discuss, and communicate about the visual arts. 1 Uses Process and Technique Vocabulary Essential The student will use correct vocabulary when describing processes and techniques used to make drawings. 2 Uses Historical and Cultural Art Vocabulary Essential The student will use correct vocabulary to describe historical and cultural art forms and periods of art.

6 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 4 3 Applies Vocabulary of Elements and Principles Essential The student will use and apply correct vocabulary to communicate about the elements and principles of design. 4 Uses Technological Vocabulary Essential The student will use correct technological vocabulary to explain computer graphics procedures and techniques. 5 Compares and Contrasts Drawing Subjects Essential The student will demonstrate understanding of the similarities and differences of drawing subjects. Goal 2 Uses Imagination in Personal Art Work The student will apply imagination to personal artwork, producing visual information in new and innovative ways. 1 Incorporates Abstract Design Essential The student will incorporate abstract design to express an idea in a drawing. 2 Evaluates Ideas in Drawings Essential The student will evaluate original ideas in drawings, including personal work. 3 Produces Sketchbook Essential The student will produce sketchbook of creative thoughts and drawings. Goal 3 Demonstrates Cooperative Learning Skills The student will demonstrate cooperation with others in choosing, planning, and creating visual arts projects. 1 Participate in Class Project Essential The student will participate in choosing and planning a class project. 2 Works Cooperatively to Prepare and Clean Up Essential The student will work cooperatively to set up and clean up the art room for work. 3 Maintains Tools and Materials Essential The student will assist teacher with maintenance of materials, tools, and classroom. 4 Participates in Class Evaluation Essential The student will participate in class evaluations of his/her work.

7 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 5 Standard 3 Cultural and Historical Connections The student will understand the visual arts in relation to history and culture. Goal 1 Recognizes Artists and Styles The student will demonstrate knowledge and awareness of a variety of artists and artistic styles, within a historical and cultural context. 1 Researches Time Periods of 2D Art Essential The student will research historical time periods, as seen through the study of 2D works of art. 2 Identifies Cultural Influences Essential The student will identify factors which influence art making in most cultures. 3 Identifies Stylistic Characteristics Essential The student will identify stylistic characteristics of specific periods of art. 4 Applies Style to Personal Art Work Essential The student will apply the characteristics of particular styles to personal works of art. Goal 2 Demonstrate Awareness of Cultural Art The student will demonstrate and apply knowledge of the similarities and differences between the art forms of various cultures and ethnic groups. 1 Identifies Ethnic Influence in Art Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of ethnic influence in 2D art works. 2 Applies Cultural Knowledge to Personal Art Work Essential The student will apply cultural knowledge to create works demonstrating personal expression. 3 Identifies Cultural Characteristics Essential The student will identify the characteristics that distinguish 2D artwork from different cultures. 4 Identifies Artists' Influence in Culture Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of the significant role artists have played in cultures around the world.

8 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 6 Standard 4 Aesthetic and Critical Analysis The student will assess, evaluate, and respond to the characteristics of works of art. Goal 1 Makes Judgments and Choices The student will comprehend, interpret, analyze and evaluate works of art in order to make critical judgments and informed choices about the compositions observed and created. 1 Analyzes Composition Essential The student will analyze the types of composition used in 2D art works. 2 Compares and Contrasts Art of Similar Subject Essential The student will compare and contrast the way that artists have treated the same subject matter. 3 Evaluates 2D Art Work Essential The student will evaluate 2D work, including their own, based upon given criteria. 4 Defends Decisions About Art Quality Essential The student will defend his/her decisions about the quality of artwork viewed. Goal 2 Gathers and Shares Information The student will acquire, apply, and compare knowledge of visual arts information, learned through written, visual, or audio sources. 1 Reads About Visual Art Essential The student will locate and read material available about art and artists. 2 Watches Film/Video About Visual Art Essential The student will watch and listen to videos, films, film strips, CD ROM's, and/or laser disks teaching about art and artists. 3 Applies Research Skills Essential The student will develop research skills to gain knowledge of the visual arts. 4 Makes Presentation About Visual Art Essential The student will present knowledge gained from written, visual, or audio sources, to independently complete a task. 5 Writes Report/Review Essential The student will incorporate information gained in research, in a written report or review.

9 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 7 Goal 3 Makes Aesthetic Judgments The student will use philosophical thinking or aesthetics to judge works of art. 1 Describes Factors of Aesthetic Merit Essential The student will describe factors that give artwork aesthetic merit. 2 Compares Own Standards with Others Essential The student will compare his/her own standards for judging art with experienced evaluators. 3 Determines How Mood is Established Essential The student will determine how an artist establishes a mood or a feeling. 4 Justifies Significance of Selected Art Works Essential The student will select works of art and justify their significance. 5 Interprets Art's Influence of Quality of Life Essential The student will interpret how art improves the quality of life. 6 Interprets Messages From Art Work Essential The student will interpret the message perceived from looking at works of art. 7 Interprets Artist's Intention Essential The student will interpret the artist's intention in a 2D art work. Standard 5 Application to Life The student will make connections between the visual arts, other disciplines and the real world. Goal 1 Recognizes Contemporary Issues The student will apply and evaluate how cultural, ecological, economic, or political conditions influenced the visual arts. 1 Interprets Political Issues That Influence Art Essential The student will interpret how political issues are portrayed in selected works of art. 2 Creates Art With Ecological/Political Viewpoint Essential The student will produce a 2D work of art using an ecological or political viewpoint. 3 Interprets Influences of Contemporary Artists Essential The student will interpret what influences contemporary artists.

10 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 8 4 Expresses Cultural Difference in Own Work Essential The student will express cultural differences in own work. Goal 2 Compares Thinking in Art to Other Disciplines The student will understand and explain how thinking in the visual arts is similar and different from thinking in other disciplines. 1 Compares Art to Other Disciplines Essential The student will identify relationships between art and various other disciplines. 2 Describes Mathematical Concepts in Art Essential The student will describe mathematical concepts used in 2D art works. 3 Identifies Historical Context of Art Essential The student will identify the historical context of various 2D art works. 4 Applies Scientific Knowledge to Painting Essential The student will apply scientific knowledge to painting techniques or processes. Goal 3 Appreciates Art The student will value and respect the unique artistic efforts of self and others, understanding the accomplishment, enjoyment, and appreciation one can acquire through the study of visual arts. 1 Appreciates Master Works and Artists Essential The student will demonstrate an appreciation for master works and artists. 2 Identifies Importance of Artists in Society Essential The student will identify the importance of practicing artists to society. 3 Shares Art Ideas Essential The student will share and understand one another's ideas about art. 4 Displays Art Essential The student will participate in a display or exhibit of personal work. 5 Mounts Art Work Essential The student will matte and frame art works they created. 6 Explains Personal Preference of Art Work Essential The student will select a famous work of art to own and explain why. 7 Sets Artistic Goals Essential The student will select goals for completing 2D projects.

11 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 9 8 Identifies Procedures to Reach Goal Essential The student will identify activities, materials, and schedules needed to accomplish a goal. Goal 4 Attends Art Functions The student will demonstrate appropriate behaviors and attend visual art functions as observer and participant. 1 Uses Appropriate Museum Behavior Essential The student will demonstrate appropriate behavior while attending art functions such as museums, galleries, and art exhibits. 2 Follow Directions Essential The student will follow directions given by an employee/teacher in a museum, gallery or exhibit area. Goal 5 Demonstrates Awareness of Art Careers The student will demonstrate an awareness of art careers, developing recognition of the role the visual arts play in all careers. 1 Identifies Impact of Visual Arts on Careers Essential The student will compare and contrast the way in which the visual arts impact other careers. 2 Recognizes Community Artists Essential The student will identify artists in the community. 3 Identifies Art Careers Essential The student will list art careers she/she is aware of. 4 Identifies Factors of Career Preparation Essential The student will demonstrate knowledge of the skill, discipline, preparation, knowledge, and attitudes needed for a career in the visual arts. 5 Communicates with Artists Essential The student will talk or write to someone in an art career.

12 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 10 A. Skills and Techniques Grades 9-12 Visual Arts Sunshine State Standards Standard 1: The student understands and applies media, techniques, and processes. VA.A uses two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, techniques, tools, and processes to communicate an idea or concept based on research, environment, personal experience, observation, or imagination. VA.A uses tools, media, processes, and techniques proficiently, knowledgeably, and in a safe and responsible manner. VA.A knows how the elements of art and the principles of design can be used to solve specific art problems. VA.A uses effective control of media, techniques, and tools when communicating an idea in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of art. B. Creation and Communication Standard 1: The student creates and communicates a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas using knowledge of structures and functions of visual arts. VA.B applies various subjects, symbols, and ideas in works of art. VA.B understands that works of art can communicate an idea and elicit a variety of responses through the use of selected media, techniques, and processes. VA.B understands some of the implications of intentions and purposes in particular works of art. VA.B knows how the elements of art and the principles of design can be used and solves specific visual art problems at a proficient level. C. Cultural and Historical Connections Standard 1: The student understands the visual arts in relation to history and culture. VA.C understands how social, cultural, ecological, economic, religious, and political conditions influence the function, meaning, and execution of works of art. VA.C understands how recognized artists recorded, affected, or influenced change in a historical, cultural, or religious context.

13 Drawing, Painting, 2-D Art Page 11 D. Aesthetic and Critical Analysis Standard 1: The student assesses, evaluates, and responds to the characteristics of works of art. VA.D understands and determines the differences between the artist s intent and public interpretation through valuative criteria and judgment. VA.D understands critical and aesthetic statements in terms of historical reference while researching works of art. VA.D knows the difference between the intentions of artists in the creation of original works and the intentions of those who appropriate and parody those works. E. Applications to Life Standard 1: The student makes connections between the visual arts, other disciplines, and the real world. VA.E knows and participates in community-based art experiences as an artist or observer. VA.E understands and identifies the skills that artists use in various careers to promote creativity, fluency, flexibility, and elaboration within the arts and across life. VA.E knows how to communicate with the public, the consumer, and the artistic community about aesthetic questions, entertainment, resources, and choices in education.

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