# Curriculum Map

```Big Woods Elementary
Teacher: Kelly Dahl
Month
September
2010
Content
CEQ:
WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF
ART?
WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES
OF ART?
UEQ:
Skills
A. Element of Line
A1. Describe an expressive line
A2. Name a variety of lines.
B. Element of Shape
B1. Recognize that outlines form
shapes.
B2. Identify complex geomentric
shapes.
What is Line and Shape?
A. Element of Line
A1. Expressive Line
A2. Varieties of Line
B. Element of Shape
B1. Geometric and Complex
Geometric Shapes
B2. Free Form Shapes
B3. Shapes in our world
October
2010
CEQ:
WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF
ART?
WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES
OF ART?
UEQ:
What is Line and Shape?
A. Element of Line
A1. Expressive Line
A2. Varieties of Line
B. Element of Shape
B1. Geometric and Complex
Assessment
A. Types of Line
A1. Draw a given line in sketchbook.
B. Types of outline
B1. Compare/contrast lines with outlines.
C. Art/World Examples
C1. Find a line in a picture of the human
figure.
C2. Find an outline in a picture of the
human figure.
C3. Find a line in a picture of the human
figure.
C4. Find an outline in a picture of the
human figure.
Resources &amp; Technology
A. Element of Line
A1.SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 1,
Lesson 2
A1. Piet Mondrian Prints, E-Book
A2. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 1,
Lesson 4
A2. Agnes Tait Print, E-Book
B. Element of Shape
B1. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 1,
Lesson 5
B2. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 1,
Lesson 6
BOOK, UNIT 1, PAGES 11 AND 13:
LINE VARIATIONS AND SHAPE.
Fall Landscapes: 2009-10
Pagoda Drawings: 2010-11
Kimono Drawings Combined with
Pattern: 2010-2011
A. Element of Line
A1. Describe an expressive line
A2. Name a variety of lines.
B. Element of Shape
B1. Recognize that outlines form
shapes.
B2. Identify complex geomentric
shapes.
A. Types of Line
A1. Draw a given line in sketchbook.
B. Types of outline
B1. Compare/contrast lines with outlines.
C. Art/World Examples
C1. Find a line in a picture of the human
figure.
C2. Find an outline in a picture of the
human figure.
C3. Find a line in a picture of the human
figure.
C4. Find an outline in a picture of the
human figure.
SRA Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 1-3
Stanistawa Bakula &quot;Tree of Life&quot;
print. (SRA E-book)
BOOK, UNIT 1, PAGES 11 AND 13:
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Skills
Geometric Shapes
B2. Free Form Shapes
B3. Shapes in our world
November
2010
UEQ:
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What is the color wheel?
What are primary,
secondary and intermediate
colors?
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What are warm colors?
What are cool colors?
Where do we see color in
our surroundings?
Assessment
Resources &amp; Technology
LINE VARIATIONS AND SHAPE.
Farm Drawings 2010-2011
A. Element of Color
A1. Identify primary, secondary and
intermediate colors on the color
wheel.
B. Color Schemes
B1. Select the warm colors in a piece
of fine arwork.
B2. Select the cool colors in a piece
of fine artwork.
A. Element of Color
A1. Sketchbook Quiz: Make a color
wheel in sketchbook using primary,
secondary, and intermediate colors.
B. Color Schemes
B1. Verbal Quiz: Identify the warm and
cool colors in a piece of fine artwork.
Print of &quot;Hunting Scene on Handle
from Large Bowl&quot;.
Print of &quot;Presetation of Captives to a
Mayan Ruler&quot;.
BOOK, UNIT 3, PAGE 37: THE
COLOR WHEEL.
Pocket Elements: 2009-10
Color Blasters: 2010-11
Abstract Expressionism: 2010-11
Color Scientists: 2010-2011
A. Element of Color
A1. Color wheel
A2. Primary Colors
A3. Secondary Colors
A4. Intermediate colors
B. Color Schemes
B1. Warm colors
B2. Cool colors
December
2010
UEQ:
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What is Form?
What is the difference
between Geometric and
Free-Form?
A. Form
A1. Explain the difference between
shape and form.
A2. Identify geometric forms
A3. Identify free-form forms
A4. Recognize form in art/world
examples
A. Form
A1. Sketchbook Quiz: Draw a shape,
draw a form.
A2. Informal quiz: name a geometric
form
A3. Informal quiz: name a free-form
form
A4. Verbal quiz: recognize a form in a
SRA: Grade 3, Unit 3, Lessons 1-6
Print: Al Held's &quot;Piero's Piazza&quot;.
Print: Man Ray's &quot;La Fortune&quot;.
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Skills
UEQ
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What is Space?
What is Depth?
A. Types of Space
A1. Positive Space
A2. Negative Space
B. Depth
B1. Overlapping
B2. Foreground
B3. Background
Resources &amp; Technology
BOOK, UNIT 2, PAGE 27: FORM.
Tropical Fish Sculptures: 2009-10
Tea Ceremony Tea Bowls: 2010-11
Oaxacan Animals: 2010-2011
A. Element of Form
A1. Geometric Form
A2. Free/Organic Form
A3. Animal and People Forms
A4. Art and World Examples
January
2011
Assessment
piece of fine art.
What are animal and people
forms?
Where do we see form in the
world?
A. Types of Space
A1. Identify and explain positive
space
A2. Identify and explain negative
space
B. Depth
B1. Compare/contrast Foreground and
Background
B2. Recognize when two objects are
overlapping.
A. Types of Space
A1. Choose positve space in a piece of
artowrk.
A2. Choose negative space in a piece of
artwork.
B. Depth
B1. Sketch a picture that includes
overlapping, foreground, and back
ground.
A. Element of Balance
A1. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 4,
Lesson 1
A2. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 4,
Lesson 2
A3. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 4,
Lesson 3
BOOK, UNIT 2, PAGES 21 AND 22:
POSITIVE/NEGATIVE SPACE AND
DEPTH
B. Element of Texture
B1. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 4,
Lesson 4
B2. SRA 3rd Grade Text Unit 4,
Lesson 6
Print: Gustave Caillebotte's &quot;Paris
Street Rainy Day&quot;.
Positive Negative Drawings: 2009-10
Louise Nevelson Sculptures: 2009-11
Nevelson sculptures were an Elements
mix: showing Value, Form, and Space
Farm Drawings and Fauve Paintings
2010-2011
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February
2011
Content
CEQ: What are the elements of
art?
What are the principles of art?
UEQ:
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What is Texture?
What is Balance?
A. Principle of Balance
A1. Formal Balance
A2. Symmetry
A3. Approximate Symmetry
Big Woods Elementary
Skills
A. Element of Balance
A1. Describe formal Balance
A2. Identify symmetry
A1-2. Compare/Contrast formal
balance and symmetry.
A3. Recognize approximate
symmetry
A1-3. Identify balance in fine art
work examples.
B. Element of Texture
B1. Define Visual Texture
B2. Describe Tactile Texture
B1-2. Identify textures in fine art
work examples.
B. Element of Texture
B1.Visual Texture
B2. Tactile Texture
March
2011
UEQ:
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What is Pattern?
A. Element of Pattern
A1. Motif
A2. Regular Pattern
A3. Alternating Pattern
Assessment
A. Element of Balance
A1. Sketchbook Quiz: draw a scene that
has formal balance.
A2. Create a mask that uses symmetry
A3. Written Quiz: Define approximate
symmetry.
Resources &amp; Technology
SRA Grade 3 Text Book Unit 5
Print: Caleb Gardner's &quot;Easy Chair&quot;.
B. Element of Texture
B1-B2. Complete a piece of artwork that
uses both visual and tactile texture.
BOOK, UNIT 4, PAGES 45 AND 54:
FORMAL BALANCE AND VISUAL
TEXTURE.
Picasso Faces: 2009-10
Elements Pockets: 2009-10
Elements Books: 2010-11
A. Element of Pattern
A1. Define Motif
A2. Recognize a regular pattern
A3. Identify an alternating pattern
A. 1-3 Identify a variety of patterns in
fine art examples.
Bug Compositions: 2010-2011
A. Element of Pattern
A1. Worksheet quiz
A2. Sketchbook quiz: Sketch a pattern
A3. Create a piece of artwork using
pattern.
SRA Grade 3 Text Book, Unit 5,
Lesson 1
Print: &quot;Tuinc&quot; (Artist Unknown)
BOOK, UNIT 5, PAGE 61:
ALTERNATING PATTERNS.
Andy Warhol Prints: 2010-11
Clay Fish Painting:2009-10
Andy Warhol Prints and Kimonos: 20102011
April 2011
UEQ:
A. Harmony
A1. Describe how to create harmony
by using color and shape.
A.Harmony
A1. Sketchbook Quiz: Draw a picture that
uses harmony
SRA Grade 3 Text Book Unit 6,
Lessons 1-4
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What is harmony?
What is emphasis?
A. Harmony
A1. Harmony using color and shape.
B. Emphasis
B1. Emphasis through contrast.
Big Woods Elementary
Skills
B. Emphasis
B1. Identify emphasis using
contrast in fine artwork.
Assessment
B.Emphasis
B1. Oral Quiz: describe Emphasis.
Resources &amp; Technology
Prints: Nancy Youngblood's &quot;Pottery
Vessels&quot;; Rober Cottingham's &quot;Jane's
Remington&quot;.