Susan Gonzalez Visual Arts Lesson Plan

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Marquis Studios Lesson Plan
Teaching Artist Name: Susan Natacha González, MA, ATR-BC, MS Ed
Email: [email protected]
School Name: P37R – Great Kills High School
Grade level: High School
Discipline: Visual Arts – THEME: TEXTURES (Sensory Motor Works & Murals)
SPECIAL EDUCATION POPULATION & RATIONALE
-The above population can be assisted in their educational goals and setting by the use to
art to support the following:
-Social skills
-Communication
-Task completion
-Independence
-On-task skills/Staying on task
-Students receiving Special Education support services exhibit below or above average
abilities in one or more developmental domains. Their varying/differing abilities (as
compared to the General Education population) require increased support in a selfcontained smaller classroom setting, which has higher ratio of adults per student in comparison with the general or inclusion setting.
-The visual arts can be incorporated to support visual, kinesthetic, verbal and non-verbal
learning. The visual can also serve as a vehicle for the adults that work with the students
in this setting, on a short or long-term basis, in further understanding their learning processes, modes of expression and needs.
What do you want the students to know by the completion of the residency?
(Students will know “what” or “how” to do something)
1. To respond verbally, using assistive technology or non-verbally to questions and
cues as they relate to class art directive and art making process.
2. To respond to class structure and identify when to prepare for art making session
and assist in concluding each session.
3. To demonstrate how to use different tools to draw and paint.
4. To select identify colors and make choices in other media offered.
5. To work in collaboration.
What do you want the students to understand by the completion of the residency?
-Students will understand the “why” of something; to verbalize or demonstrate rationale
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1. Students will distinguish the use between different supplies to create different
techniques/works of art.
2. Students will describe/demonstrate how artwork was made.
What do you want the students to be able to do by the completion of the residency?
Students will be able to:
1. become familiar and use new/different art media and use a variety of art media.
2. use media to create visual responses.
3. use different methods and techniques in making artwork (collage, painting and
sculpture).
4. use of a variety of media and techniques to create a variety of textures/effects.
5. practice work in collaboration.
How will you assess whether these goals are met:
(To determine the ability or quality of student performance)
1. Level of effort and participation throughout residency: students’ response, affect,
length of time to respond and participating in art directives provided.
2. Through prompted and spontaneous verbal and visual statements made by students.
3. Teacher and/or paraprofessional verbal anecdotes/assessment regarding student
participation.
How do these goals relate to an appropriate Blueprint Benchmark (one of the
benchmarks for Grade 2,5,8,12)?
Visual Arts Literacy 12th Grade
Create a series of works based on a theme that demonstrates:
• use of at least two or more different mediums
• an application of the elements of art and principles of design
• control of material and techniques
What do you anticipate doing each week of this project in order to meet your goals?
Day
Objective for the Day
(art skill/curricular goal, what
student will know/understand)
Activity
(demonstration of learn- Materials
ing – what student will
be able to do)
Key questions to
guide students
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-Introductions
-To establish session structure.
-To use and explore new media.
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making time/Project
for the day: relief sculpture - part one
-White paper,
color masking
tape, cardstock
paper, instant
paper mache,
canvas board,
spoons, knives,
forks
-What tools and
supplies did we
use to create a
collage?
-To use and explore new media.
-To recall and organize steps in
creating artwork.
-Introduce a new layer of media
to work previously completed.
-To introduce a closing ritual.
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making
time/project for the day
- relief sculpture - parts
two and three.
- Closing ritual: Model
Magic Clay time.
-paper, stapler,
drawing paper,
oil pastels
cups, brushes,
sand, glue
model
magic/clay,
crushed stone
and glitter
-What tools and
supplies did we
use to create a
collage?
1-2
3-4
-What were the
steps completed to
continue our relief
sculpture?
5-6
-To use and explore new media.
-Introduce a new layer of media
to work previously completed.
-To recall and organize steps in
creating artwork.
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making
time/project for the day
- relief sculpture - parts
four and five. Adding
new layers.
- Closing ritual: Model
Magic Clay time.
-chalk, broken
-How did we…?
shells, fixative,
tempera sticks,
-What new media
Model Magic
did we use today?
Clay, gel
acrylic medium,
brushes, cups
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-To use and explore new media.
-Introduce a new layer of media
to work previously completed.
-To conclude project.
- Create a base for relief
sculpture.
- Put base and relief
sculpture together
-sand, glue,
chalk, model
magic, markers
-How did we…?
*NEW PROJECT: MURAL
PANELS
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making time/project
for the day: Prime surface
for painting,
-Closing ritual: Model
Magic Clay time.
-muslin, white
gesso, brushes,
cups, canvas
board, color
pencils
What
tools/materials did
we use today?
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making time/project
for the day: add one color
to primed surface.
-Closing ritual: Model
Magic Clay time.
-primed muslin,
sponges, paint,
trays, heavy
white paper,
brushes
What are warm
colors?
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PRIMING MUSLIN
-To prepare surfaces to work on.
9
Paint BACKGROUND
Themes: warm colors and geometrical shapes (squares and rectangles).
-To select colors.
-To select tools.
-Is it completed?
What colors did
you select?
3
10
Stamp FOREGROUND shapes
-To introduce architecture and
the different shapes found in architecture.
-To select shapes.
-To observe and discuss what
happens with the artwork when
interacting with it.
- Opening ritual: Sketch
Time.
- Art making time/project
for the day: to print design on painted surface.
-Closing ritual: Model
Magic Clay time.
-sponges, paint,
trays, heavy
paper
What shapes do
you see?
What are warm
colors?
What new
tools/materials did
we use today?
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5
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