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Art A La Carte SET

Grades 3 to 7 - eBook - Lesson Plan

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Order #: RHPSET141 ISBN13: 978-1-77167-533-8 Grades: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Reading Level: 3-7 Total Page: 477 Author: Vanessa Isitt
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Our Art A La Carte SET combines 6 titles in one bundle:

Art A La Carte: Cultural Art

Art A La Carte: Super Nature

Art A La Carte: Nature's Beauty

Art A La Carte: Art in Math

Art A La Carte: First Nations

Art A La Carte: Shape Shifters


About Art A La Carte: Cultural Art:
This creative unit revisits the arts of North American First Nations and Egypt, and introduces European Cave art and Roman Mosaic art. These step-by-step, guided art lessons use basic styles and shapes used by each culture and explores the use of colour, particular to each culture. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate the steps with students following along creating a "rough draft". This allows students to make mistakes and practice the various techniques resulting in a better final product. Although each lesson stands on its own, it is better to teach them in order, as the techniques being explored become progressively more difficult.


About Art A La Carte: Super Nature:
This unit revisits the lessons taught in Nature's Beauty. Each lesson details step-by-step directions involving easy-to-draw shapes such as circles, ovals, letter shapes and clouds to create an image. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate the steps with students following along creating a "rough draft". This allows students to make mistakes and practice the various techniques insuring a better final product. Although each lesson stands on its own, they are best taught in order as several techniques are explored and evolve in difficulty.


About Art A La Carte: Nature's Beauty:
Finally, an art unit that utilizes a method of presenting lessons that will allow even the most uncertain individual to have success with art. Each lesson details step-by-step directions involving easy-to-draw shapes such as circles, ovals, letter shapes and clouds to create an image. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate the steps with students following along creating a "rough draft". This allows students to make mistakes and practice the various techniques insuring a better final product. Although each lesson stands on its own, they are best taught in order as several techniques are explored and evolve in difficulty.


About Art A La Carte: Art in Math:
The lessons contained in this unit are very open-ended and adapt well to integration with math. Concepts such as symmetry, parallel lines, converging lines, tangents, geometric shapes, fractional parts and angles can all be introduced, explored, and made part of each lesson. Each lesson details step-by-step directions, often involving easy-to-use geometric templates or "tracers" to create an image. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate the steps with students following along creating a "rough draft". This allows students to make mistakes and practice the various techniques insuring a better final product.


About Art A La Carte: First Nations:
This creative unit introduces the arts of First Nations peoples from North America, Asia, Egypt and Australia. These step-by-step, guided art lessons impart the basic styles and shapes used by each culture as well as exploring the special use of color, particular to each culture. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate the steps with students following along creating a "rough draft". This allows students to make mistakes and practice the various techniques resulting in a better final product. Although each lesson stands on its own, it is better to teach them in order, as the techniques being explored become progressively more difficult.


About Art A La Carte: Shape Shifters:
This art unit is based upon the artistic premise that all artists make use of some basic shapes when developing an image. The lessons are based upon letters and shapes that students learn about on an ongoing basis. One preferred strategy is for the teacher to demonstrate each step, with the students following his or her example. It is suggested that the teachers make large samples of each template, and then physically manipulate these templates to build creatures or characters. These larger templates could also be incorporated into a "creative center", where younger students can experiment with building creatures.


This Art Set provides a teacher and student section with a variety of step-by-step student projects and evaluation to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

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