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- Balanced and unbalanced forces
- Electric or magnetic interactions between objects
Role of Government
Declaration of Independence
Rights and Responsibilities of
- Objective: Be introduced to, practice and implement classroom procedures and art processes.
- Example: Entering and exiting the art room, material practice, classroom rules and expectations, discussing artwork in a respectful way, selecting artwork for presentation and writing simple artist statements
- Objective: Create art that utilizes contour line.
- Example: Visual contour, blind contour
- Objective: Create a realistic image by utilizing realistic observation skills.
- Example: realism, still life, drawing from nature, observing basic shapes to draw greater objects.
- Objective: Learn about the art and culture of the Oceti Sakowin and make art inspired by Lakota, Nakota or Dakota Art.
- Example: Discuss (but do not make): winter counts (explains how cultures record history), traditional examples of Lakota, Nakota and Dakota artists, traditional vs. contemporary art, local artists. Project ideas: jewelry and bead work utilization of: nature materials decorative work functional work architecture non sacred symbols
Theme-Content: Elements Overview
Learning Topic(s): bar line, double bar line, folk dance, first ending, second ending
Students will explore the elements of music through movement, singing and playing instruments, and learn cultural folk dances.
Cross-Cutting Concepts: Communicate, Collaborate, Connect, and Create
Making Inferences - Fiction (continued)
Wondering/Questioning - Fiction
Wondering/Questioning - Narrative Nonfiction: Biography
Unit 3 Addition, Subtraction, and the Number System Part 1
Unit 4 Perimeter, Area, and Polygons
Early Settlers and Native Americans
Development of Technology
- Objective: Use knowledge of color theory to create a 12 hue color wheel by using only primary and secondary colors.
- Example: Mixing primary to secondary, mixing primary and secondary to create tertiary.
- Objective: Utilize a variety of watercolor techniques in an original artwork.
- Example: wet on wet, dry brush, coarse salt, graded wash
- Objective: Learn about creating space and depth in an artwork by developing artwork with a foreground, middle ground and background.
- Example: landscapes, cityscape, plein air, countryscapes
Wondering/Questioning - Narrative Nonfiction: Biography (continued)
Using Text Features - Expository Nonfiction
Wondering/Questioning - Expository Nonfiction
Units 5 Cube Patterns, Arrays, and Multiples of 10 Multiplication and Division Part 2
Unit 6 Fair Shares and Fractions on Number Lines
- Objective: Create art inspired by artists that depict nature.
- Example: Georgia O'Keeffe, Monet, Audubon Rousseau, Van Gogh
- Objective: Create art by utilizing paper manipulation techniques.
- Example: quilling, weaving, origami, rolling paper, zigzag fold, fringe,
- Objective: Develop a project utilizing fiber art techniques.
- Example: weaving, stitching, string art, loom
Theme-Content: Orchestra Instruments
Learning Topic(s): Orchestral instruments, Benjamin Britten, symphony, beamed sixteenth notes
Students will be able to identify the families and instruments of the orchestra and recognize low so, high do and sixteenth notes.
Cross-Cutting Concepts: Communicate, Collaborate, and Connect
Wondering/Questioning - Expository Nonfiction (continued)
Determining Important Ideas - Expository Nonfiction, Fiction and Drama
Revisiting the Reading Community
Units 7 How Many Miles - Addition, Subtraction, and the Number System Part 2
Unit 8 Larger Numbers and Multi-Step Problems Multiplication and Division Part 3
- Objective: Create artwork by utilizing collaborative processes and investigate possibilities and limitations of spaces for display of their artwork and other forms of art.
- Example: cross-curricular or collaborative group work
- Objective: Create an artwork that uses a variety of visual textures.
- Example: collage, zentangle, abstract
- Objective: Learn about and create artwork inspired by Aboriginal artists.
- Example: animals, dreamings, dot paintings, x-ray drawings