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High School - AP Art - Breadth Sequential Lessons ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 1:Something OrdinaryLesson Author:Ashley Burns TOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Drawing
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:Week 1
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW roduce a realistic drawin usin one ordinar object as the focal point of their composition OBJECTIVES:TLW com are and contrast drawin s done master artists. Use Blooms TLW examine s acial ro erties of several of the Art Elements in drawin line sha e value and texture . Ob ectives should TLW a l the vocabular of erce tion, s ace, and unit in discussion be s ecific and critique. outcome based and TLW roduce a drawin usin the three basic com onents of art - sub ect measurable. form, and content, as a means to brin unit to their drawin . INSTRUCTIONand Jim Dineb And Warhol Observe rints TTW rovide a ar full of sli s of a er that have different “ordinar ob ects written on them. Each student should draw one of these bits of a er to determine which ob ect will be the focal oint of their drawin . Make 15 thumbnailUse sketchbook to plan out composition. sketches of different settin ideas to hel determine how and where to draw the chosen ob ect. Once a plan is made, TS should set up their desired setting or still life from which to draw their ob ect. 15 additional sketches should be made to determine a s ecific com osition for their drawin . ositionlete an 22” x 30” com media to com Use desired drawin utilizin back round, mid round and fore round to draw interest to the ordinary object focal point ositionrealistic drawin should read as a balanced com Com leted with a clear focal oint as the ob ect chosen for the drawin . WRITING TOPICTLW write a one page discussion of how the use of optical perception Related to and organic unity can make an ordinary object more distinctive. assi nment RESEARCHSketchbook Assignment: TLW research their chosen object- its origin AND/ORand how its made. REFERENCE:osition for thea final com rior to choosin * This should be done assignment as the results of the research may impact the decision for the final com osition
STUDENT PRODUCTS::roduce sketchbook work includin  LW Plannin sketches and drawin s for the ob ect in still life drawin Discussion of o tical erce tion and or anic unit in drawin ob ect of focus for drawin - its ori in and how made LW produce a realistic drawing using one ordinary object as the focal oint on one 22” 30” iece of stonehen e a er usin various t es of charcoal.
EXPANDED PROJECTleted drawin Use the com iece.as reference for a new o tional but encoura ed : How Using found paper as your ground (ie. newspaper, old works can this project be taken to of our art cardboard etc make a new drawin /colla e of another level? Different view, the same com osition ust com leted. Kee in mind the addition of materials different ordinary object is still to be the focal point of the media etc. “Take an ob ect. Do drawing/collage. something to it. Do something else to it” Jas er Johns CRITI UEthe vocabular ue usin of unitate in the class criti TLW artici (EVALUATION):and s erce tion, s.ace relationshi TLW en a e in a ortfolio review with instructor to evaluate the ro ress of Section III of AP Drawin Portfolio.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 2:Texture &LandscapeLesson Author:Ashley BurnsTOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Drawing
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:
Week 2
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW roduce a realistic drawin of a landsca e showing depth of field and a variety of texture and value. OBJECTIVES:TLW com s done bare and contrast urban and rural landsca e drawin Use Blooms master artists. TLW examine various t es of texture as the relate to landsca e Objectives should drawings. be s ecific, TLW a l the vocabular of texture s ace and ers ective in discussion outcome based and and criti ue. measurable. TLW produce a realistic landscape drawing using simulated texture and value to create the illusion of s ace and de th. TLW evaluate com leted drawin throu h class criti ue and ortfolio review. INSTRUCTIONObserve works of art done b the Hudson River School, the American landscape movement of the mid 19th century, and the urban landsca e aintin s of the Harlem Renaissance durin the 1920s. eosition for a GHS landsca lan out com Use sketchbook to drawing. Make 20 thumbnail sketch ideas before settling on the final com osition. es of charcoal to com lete a landsca e drawin onUse various t one iece of 22” x30” stonehen e a er. Com leted e drawin realistic landsca th of field should show de a balanced com osition, and use a variet of value and texture. WRITING TOPICreaction to the video watched in class on thea e TLW write a one (Related to Harlem Renaissance. assi nment RESEARCHSketchbook Assi nment: TLW collect and make textures that could be AND/ORused in landsca . 1- collect simulated textures frome drawin REFERENCE:magazines, wallpaper books, newspapers, etc. and keep them in your sketchbook. 2 - make rubbin s of texture b findin ob ects and arts of the school that have h sical texture characteristics and kee them in your sketchbook. * At least 50 TOTAL textures should be collected and of that total no less than 20 should be collected of either texture t e.
STUDENT PRODUCTS::roduce sketchbook work includin  LW Plannin sketches and drawin s for com leted landsca e drawin collected textures reaction to Harlem Renaissance video LW produce a realistic landscape drawing on one piece of 22” 30” stonehen e a er usin various t es of charcoal.
EXPANDED PROJECTMake a new realistic landsca e drawin of the same o tional, but encoura ed : How com osition as the landsca e ust com leted. Sketch out the can this ro ect be taken to com osition li htl in encil and then use texture rubbin s another level? Different view, to complete the entire drawing showing realistic space, addition of materials, different form, and value. media etc. “Take an ob ect. Do somethin to it. Do somethin else to it” Jasper Johns CRITI UEof texture,ue usin the vocabular TLW artici ate in the class criti (EVALUATION):ers ective.s ace and TLW en a e in a ortfolio review with instructor to evaluate the progress of Section III of AP Drawing Portfolio.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 3: “More” - Drawing to a themeLesson Author:Ashley BurnsTOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Drawing
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:
Week 3
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW roduce a realistic observational drawin to the theme - “More” OBJECTIVES:are and contrast observational drawin TLW com master artistss done b Use Blooms and ast students. TLW examine thematic drawin and brainstormin techni ues. Ob ectives should TLW a l the vocabular of the Art Elements and Princi le of Desi n in be s ecific discussion and critique (see syllabus for complete list of Elements and outcome based and Princi les . measurable. TLW roduce a realistic observational drawin usin brainstormin techniques and the Art Elements and Design Principles. TLW evaluate com leted drawin throu h class criti ue and ortfolio review. INSTRUCTIONObserve works of artists who work to a theme or idea such as Willie Cole or Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Use sketchbook to plan out ideas and and sketch compositions for final iece. develo at least 10 different ideas for the theme and at least 20 different thumbnail sketches for the final drawin composition. lete a realistic observationales of charcoal to com Use various t drawin to the theme “More” on one iece of 22” x30” stonehen e a er. Com leted realistic drawin should be well lanned interestin and be a well balanced and stron com osition usin the Art Elements and Desi n Princi les. WRITING TOPICTLW write a one discussion of the works and themes of Christoa e Related to and Jeanne-Claude. assi nment RESEARCHSketchbook Assi nment: AND/ORTLW choose one of the Principles of Design and relate how it will be REFERENCE:used to make the final drawing.
STUDENT PRODUCTS: LW :roduce sketchbook work includin Plannin sketches and drawin s for com leted drawin to the theme “More” discussion of works and themes of Christo and Jeanne-Claude reflection of how one Principle of Design will be used in the final drawin LW roduce a realistic observational drawin to the theme ore” on one piece of 22” x 30” stonehenge paper using various t es of charcoal. EXPANDED PROJECTer continuee a On a new sheet of 22” x 30” stonehen o tional but encoura ed : How our statement that was be un in the first drawin . What can this project be taken to would be the next drawing or view that would be seen? another level? Different view, addition of materials different media etc. “Take an ob ect. Do something to it. Do something else to it” Jas er Johns CRITI UEthe vocabular of the ArtTLW artici ue usin ate in the class criti (EVALUATION):Elements & Desi n Princi les. TLW en a e in a ortfolio review with instructor to evaluate the ro ress of Section III of AP Drawin Portfolio.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 4:Series of ThreeLesson Author:Ashley BurnsTOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Drawing
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:
Week 4
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW roduce a series of three realistic drawin s in which one object is the focal point of all three drawin s. OBJECTIVES:are and contrast the work of master artists who work to aTLW com Use Blooms theme or in series format as well as ast students work. TLW examine thematic drawin , brainstormin techni ues, and Objectives should communicating a story to the viewer. be s ecific, TLW a l the vocabular of sha e and s ace in discussion and criti ue. outcome based and TLW roduce a series of three realistic observational drawin s usin one measurable. object as the focus of all three pieces. TLW evaluate com leted drawin throu h class criti ue and ortfolio review. INSTRUCTIONObserve two and three dimensional works of art b master artists and ast students who work in series or thematic form. Use sketchbook to brainstorm and come up with an object to use as the focus of the series of three. one ob ect the focallan three drawin s makin Use sketchbook to point of the series. One drawing should have the object as a part of the back round one the mid round and one the fore round. **The ob ect should become ro ressivel lar er as the ob ect ets closer to the fore round. Develo at least 4 different com lete ideas for this entire ro ect. Make at least 40 total thumbnail sketches and at least 10 thumbnail sketches for each of the three drawin s back round mid round and fore round . hoto ra hss and take s for the drawin still lifes or settin Set u for reference only for use throughout the week and at home. **The com ositions and ideas chosen should allow the student to work from observation at school durin this ro ect. to the viewerdrawin s should “read” as a unit or stor Com leted showin variet of value and s ace relationshi s made. WRITING TOPICa e TLW write a one discussion on an artist of choice who works in Related to series or thematic form and discuss how the communicate their ideas assignment) to the viewer.
RESEARCH AND/OR REFERENCE:
Sketchbook Assi nment: What is our ob ect of focus for these drawin s? What is its histor ? Where does it come from? Wh did ou choose this ob ect for this project?
STUDENT PRODUCTS: LW roduce sketchbook work includin : thumbnail sketches and idea research for the series discussion of the thematic work of an artist of choice histor and ori in of the ob ect of focus and wh ou choose to focus on that object LW roduce a series of three realistic drawin s usin one ob ect as the focus of all three - one in the fore round, one in the mid ground, and one in the background. EXPANDED PROJECTlace that would be a ood venue to show Think of a our o tional, but encoura ed : How series if our sub ect matter was a sandwich erha s a can this ro ect be taken to local sandwich sho would be a ood venue . Where would another level? Different view best showcase our work - a librar school hallwa bank addition of materials, different etc.? How would you hang these pieces? media, etc. “Take an ob ect. Do somethin to it. Do somethin else to it” Jasper Johns CRITI UEue usin ate in the class criti of sha the vocabular TLW artici e (EVALUATION):to a theme.s ace, and workin TLW engage in a portfolio review with instructor to evaluate the ro ress of Section III of AP Drawin Portfolio.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 5:Painting Still LifesLesson Author:Ashley BurnsTOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Painting
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:
Week 5
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW learn how to build a stretcher and re are a canvas for paint. LW roduce a realistic still life aintin in acr lic aint on a canvas re ared stretched b TL. OBJECTIVES:master artists.done b aintin s are and contrast still life TLW com Use Blooms TLW discover how to build a stretcher and re are a canvas for aintin . TLW examine paint application and color mixing techniques in discussion Ob ectives should and criti ue. be s ecific TLW a l the vocabular of aintin in acr lic, buildin a stretcher, and outcome based and color. measurable. TLW roduce a realistic observational aintin usin color sha e and texture on a canvas built and re ared b TL. TLW evaluate com leted drawin throu h class criti ue and ortfolio review. INSTRUCTIONObserve still life paintings of various master artists. how to build a stretcherUse sketchbook to take notes while learnin and re are a canvas. Use sketchbook to plan still life painting composition and practice lendin color combinations. Make at least 20 thumbnail sketches for com osition ideas rior to choosin what will be the final com osition. re are a 2 x 2 stretcher and canvas for aintin .Build and mixin colorin class b the still life set u aintin of Paint a realistic choices and usin different aint a lication techni ues. be a balanced com osition andCom leted realistic aintin should show variety in paint application and color tones used. WRITING TOPICTLW write a one page discussion on the role of color in a composition. Related to assi nment RESEARCHSketchbook Assi nment: Research the ori ins of the color s stem and AND/ORthe history of pigment and primary colors. REFERENCE:
STUDENT PRODUCTS::roduce sketchbook work includin  LW discussion of color in com osition ori ins of the color s stem notes on buildin a stretcher and re arin a canvas. planning sketches and drawings for the still life painting LW roduce realistic observational aintin of a still life on a canvas built and re ared b the student. EXPANDED PROJECTone iece aintin on Make a 2nd of 22” x 30” stonehen e o tional but encoura ed : How a er that has been re ared for aint. Use the same can this ro ect be taken to com osition as the first aintin however use onl three another level? Different view, analo ous colors in various tints and tones to aint the addition of materials, different composition. media etc. “Take an ob ect. Do somethin to it. Do somethin else to it” Jas er Johns CRITI UEof color andthe vocabular TLW artici ate in the class criti ue usin (EVALUATION):aint techni ues. TLW en a e in a ortfolio review with instructor to evaluate the ro ress of Section III of AP Drawin Portfolio.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT DRAWING First Nine Weeks Syllabus, Breadth Section III LESSON 6:Painting GlassLesson Author:Ashley BurnsTOPIC OR FOCUS OF LESSON:Painting
GRADE LEVEL:
12
DATE:
Week 6
TIME ALLOTED FOR LESSON:Five class periods LESSON DESCRIPTION:(Write aLW use sketchbook for planning, writing, and brief, et concise, descri tion of what research. occurs in this lesson. App. 50 words). LW roduce a realistic aintin of a still life composed entirely out of glass and other reflective ob ects. OBJECTIVES:of reflective ob ects done b masterare and contrast aintin s TLW com Use Blooms artists. TLW examine the use of reflections in drawin and aintin . Objectives should TLW apply the vocabulary of painting using texture and color in be s ecific, discussion and criti ue. outcome based and TLW roduce a realistic observational aintin usin color, sha e, and measurable. texture on a canvas built and prepared by TL. TLW evaluate com leted drawin throu h class criti ue and ortfolio review. INSTRUCTIONSchumerRo Lichtenstein and Gar Observe aintin s of Janet Fish atterns inaint ob ects with reflections and textures/ and how the them. aintin com osition and racticeUse sketchbook to lan still life aintin techni ues for reflective ob ects. Make at least 20 thumbnail sketches for composition ideas prior to choosing what will be the final com osition. a 2 x 2 canvas stretcher.re are Build and in class usin Paint still life set u simulated textures to create illusions of reflections in lass. be a balanced com ositionCom leted realistic aintin should showin variet in color aint a lications and simulated texture made. WRITING TOPICTLW choose one painting done by Janet Fish and write a one page Related to discussion on her use of color and texture to simulate the texture and assignment) look of lass. **Print a co of the aintin chosen to discuss and ta e into sketchbook with the written res onse. RESEARCHnment: Research the Sketchbook Assi or emotionals cholo ical AND/ORresponses people have to texture. REFERENCE: