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WOODROW WILSON TEACHERS' CURRICULUM MAP FOR INTEGRATION:
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
Taking a Stand
Service Learning
Ancient
Civilization
Microorganisms
Ecology
Microorganisms
Ancient Civilization
Solar System
Middle Ages
The Renaissance
Middle Ages
and Renaissance
Great
Expectations
Middle Ages
and Renaissance
Great
Expectations
Art &
Impact
Revolutions
and
Modern World
Jobs in Art
Found Objects in Art

Art and Impact
Artist Trading Cards
School Mosaics

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Below are the suggested target understandings and skills for sixth grade visual arts:
  • Making Art and Expressing Meaning in Art - Express a variety of moods by controlling the overall value of a work of art. Create more realistic cast shadows and shading. Create an illusion of depth by applying the rules of linear perspective and aerial perspective. Prepare and organize steps and materials to create art.
  • Appreciating and Decoding Meaning in Art - Observe and learn how artists have used the horizon line as the eye-line. Learn the three properties of color and some basic color relationships. Discuss how social conditions; politics, available technologies and other contextual forces may have influenced important artworks.
VISUAL ARTS CORE CURRICULUM

GUIDEBOOK 6TH GRADE

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SIDE by SIDE TEACHER (or SUBSTITUTE) RESPONSIBILITY:
  1. Be Present and involved in teaching art lesson - pitching in when appropriate
  2. Use BEST classroom management practices
  3. Sit within close proximity of students during demonstrations
  4. Make all possible connections with ART lesson and your CURRICULUM
  5. Participate in your own art-making along with your students
  6. Help specialist when asked - the art room is a paper-grading-free zone!

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1ST: Explore texture and form - bring portfolios
WEEK OF OCTOBER 4TH: Complete Color Theory Book
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27TH:
WEEK OF AUGUST 16TH: Line drawing - using lines and patterns to show value, students will create an invisiline drawing of the 13 Buildings They Should Know.
WEEK OF AUGUST 9TH: Create an "Elements of Art" chart.
WEEK OF AUGUST 2ND: Make portfolios