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Formal/Informal Timestamp Week of: Date (M/DD/YY) Day of the Week Warm Up Daily Objectives Instruction & Activities Assessments
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  TimestampWeek of: Date (M/DD/YY)Day of the WeekWarm UpDaily ObjectivesInstruction & ActivitiesFormal/Informal  AssessmentsDue Dates8/9/2017 9:55:548/7-8/118/7/2017MondayIntroductions - students took turns introducing themselves with a fun factPrepare students with information regarding class policies, social contract and tool usage sheets.We review and discussed the class syllabus and contracts. asked questions during class for feedback.Social and Tool Usage contract due 8/14/20178/9/2017 10:00:008/7-8/118/9/2017WednesdayStudent information Form including student goalsStudents cite examples of their notable artist and present the artist to the class for discussion.Students will present their notable artist to the class and the class will discuss the artist. Ask informal assessment questions to the students as we are in discussion.Syllabus, social and tool usage contract and art supplies due Monday, 8/14/2017.8/9/2017 10:15:038/7-8/118/10/2017ThursdayFill in the blank info handout - Life artistic goalsStudents will cite examples of their notable artists and present it to the class. Students will learn how to construct their sketchbook cover with instructor demo.Students will continue to present their notable artists. When the students are finished the instructor will demo how to construct their leatherette cover to their journal using trash bags. Ask the student to review the procedure for leatherette construction.Syllabus, social and tool usage contract, class supplies due Monday 8/14.8/13/2017 20:03:058/14-8/188/14/2017MondayJournal Writing: 5 ways you can obtain your year goals in classStudents will construct sketchbooks made from fused plastic bags. Along with this students will assemble collages and create a drawing as a beginning of the year skill assessment.Students will work on making their own sketchbooks. In class they will fuse their Plastic bags together to make a leatherette cover and paint the plastic. During this project's down time students will assemble one collage and create a drawing as a beginning of the year assessment.Instructor will check in on students making their cover to make sure they are clear on the execution of the project. Instructor will also check in on how each student  juggles multi-tasking in class as well as checking in on their assessment project.Journal assemblage, collage and drawing completion - 9/218/13/2017 20:05:108/14-8/188/9/2017WednesdayJournal Writing: 5 ways your instructor can help you obtain your year goals in class.Students will construct sketchbooks made from fused plastic bags. Along with this students will assemble collages and create a drawing as a beginning of the year skill assessment.Students will read, discuss and view artwork of artist who use the silk-screen process and the life of Andy Warhol.Students will be ask questions throughout class on the topic to check for information retention and thought process.Journal assemblage, collage and drawing completion - 9/218/13/2017 20:06:358/14-8/188/17/2017ThursdayJournal Writing: 5 things your learned during the last art history class.Students will construct sketchbooks made from fused plastic bags. Along with this students will assemble collages and create a drawing as a beginning of the year skill assessment.Students will work on making their own sketchbooks. In class they cut their covers to the proper size, stitch up their edges, and learn how to use a Japanese stab binding. During this project's down time students will assemble one collage and create a drawing as a beginning of the year assessment.Instructor will check in on students making their cover and assembling their books to make sure they are clear on the execution of the project. Instructor will also check in on how each student  juggles multi-tasking in class as well as checking in on their assessment projectJournal assemblage, collage and drawing completion - 9/218/23/2017 15:18:098/21-8/258/23/2017MondayWrite in your journal about eclipses - symbolism, story, dream and/or experience.Students will construct their own silkscreen.Students will learn how to make their own handpainted silkscreen. Classtime will consist of instructions and time to pick out images.Instructor will walk around the room and check in with each student on their image selection.8/28 - 3 sketches due and journal check8/23/2017 15:20:338/21-8/258/23/2017WednesdayWrite 5 facts or questions about artist, Andy Warhol.Discuss the art and life of Andy Warhol.Discuss and read article about Any Warhol's life and Art. Ask questions during class to students on their thought of the material presented.8/28 - 3 sketches due and journal check8/23/2017 15:23:018/21-8/258/24/2017ThursdayFill out artist sheet on Andy Warhol - tape it in your journal.Construct silkscreens for print making.Students will continue to make their silkscreens during studio time..Instructor will walk around the room and check in with each student on their image selection.8/28 - 3 sketches due and journal check9/5/2017 15:39:178/28-9/18/28/2017MondayJournal Writing - Water Students developed their hand-painted silkscreen and measured their success by their test prints.Students worked during their studio time working on silk-screen and test printed their design.Instructor will walk around and check on student's progression with project.Sketchbook and Journal check 9/119/5/2017 15:41:338/28-9/19/6/2017WednesdayJournal writing - respond to painting by Robert WilliamsStudent will analyze the use of Notan in artwork and create their own Notan designs in the next class.Students will discuss and few the designs of Notan along with instructor demo and video.Instructor will ask for students to participate in class conversation.Sketchbook and Journal check 9/119/5/2017 15:43:578/28-9/18/31/2017ThursdayJournal writingStudents will apply and experiment with the idea of Notan by creating pattern cut out using the engineering design process.Students will create paper cut outs based on the idea of Notan. The will create one paper cut out and then create a second cut out improving their process.Students will use a form of self assessment that will be discussed during the next class.Sketchbook and Journal check 9/11 9/5/2017 15:46:289/4-9/89/6/2017WednesdayJournal Writing - respond to The Parrot and the Mermaid by Henri MattisseStudents will analyze, discuss and view the artwork of Henri Matisse.Students will look and learn about the work of Henri Matisse specifically his paper cut out and how they relate to the idea of Notan.Students will participate in classroom dialogue about the artist and fill out an artist diagram.Sketchbook and Journal check 9/119/6/2017 11:30:339/4-9/89/7/2017ThursdayJournal Writing - 5 facts about Henri MatisseStudents will demonstrate their final printing or their silk-screen printsStudents will use studio time to do their final printing of their silk-screens.In class walk around critique of in progress workSketchbook and Journal check 9/11  TimestampWeek of: Date (M/DD/YY)Day of the WeekWarm UpDaily ObjectivesInstruction & ActivitiesFormal/Informal  AssessmentsDue Dates9/12/2017 19:51:009/11-9/159/11/2017MondayJournal Writing - How can I improve my silk-screening technique?Students will investigate different print making patterns by using recycles objects, fruits and vegetables.Students will create 15 different pages of prints experimenting with different objects to print from.Instructor will be with students as they print discussing and asking questions about what they found to work the best.15 dried printed sheets w reflection questions 9/14 Sketchbook and Journal 9/189/12/2017 19:54:189/11-9/159/14/2017ThursdayJournal writing - response to previous class studio on printmakingStudents will create their own stamp design.Students will look at samples of stamp making, they will create their own stamp with a hand carving technique demonstrated by instructor.Instructor will discuss student progress as they work on their project.Sketchbook and Journal 9/189/20/2017 10:21:429/18-9/229/18/2017MondayJournal Writing - Weekend experienceStudents will demonstrate their sill at creating 2 block stamps.Students will create two block prints by carving stamp material. One block will be subjective and the other objective.Instructor will check in on each students progress during class.Sketch book, journal9/20/2017 10:24:009/18-9/229/20/2017WednesdayJournal Writing - Woodblock artist to share w the classStudents will discuss the woodblock artist they choose for their journal writing. Students will discuss their artist in a group discussing generating ideas for their next project.Instructor will respond to students presentation and generate class discussion.Sketch book, journal9/20/2017 10:26:559/18-9/229/21/2017ThursdayJournal writing - ideas for projectStudents will determine which idea to choose for their next block print and start carving their blocks.Students will pick their design and start carving their blocks.Instructor will check in with each student and their design before carving.Sketch book, journal 9/25
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