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Fine Art Curriculum Overview and Rubrics
 
 

The year begins with Unit 1: The Creative Process of the NJ State Model Curriculum. This includes exploration of the “Elements of Art” which focuses on color, value, line, shape, form, texture and pattern. The lessons in this unit cover color theory. Students review knowledge from lower grade levels and build upon it each year.

  • primary colors

  • secondary colors

  • the color wheel

  • categorizing into color groups

  • exploring  the science behind the spectrum of light (ROY G. BIV)

  • complimentary colors

  • monochromatic colors

  • color value.  

This unit also emphasizes “line” in art. Students use line in conjunction with color to create illusion, design, shape, pattern, and symmetry. Throughout the first projects of the year, students delve into a variety of art media, and technical skills thus making the Unit 1 a good fine motor skill development and warm up for Units 2 and 3.

 

In Units 2 and 3: Performing, students employ the elements and skills encountered in Unit 1 and apply them to more challenging tasks such as figure drawing and landscape. These topics emphasize utilizing size and placement of objects in a setting to create the appearance of perspective. Students analyze shape and plan space in their figure drawings to increase their drawing and translation skills. These skills are commonly associated with math and increase a student size space perception. Value, light and shadow are also introduced in their drawings which add the element of realism to their work, and shows their growth in technique and skill. Light is not the only science behind art. Inspiration is also derived from nature. The seasons of the year are a common theme for artists throughout art history, making science exploration a naturally integrated subject for art.

Units 4 and Unit 5 are perpetually visited throughout the year. Unit 4: Aesthetic Response and Critique, introduces students to age appropriate terminology/vocabulary. Students are encouraged to vocalize thoughts and share opinions on art. Students are often asked to compare and contrast the work of different artists or different cultures. Students are also encouraged to title their artwork, an exercise in language arts skills. This also allows them to reflect on their interpretation of their art work.

In Unit 5:  Art History, Culture, and Style, students are exposed to works of master artists through media presentation. This is the source of motivation at the start of many lessons. Students view slide shows of  portraiture throughout the ages, which is an interesting look at the development of art as a craft, culture, historical archive, and creative outlet for the development of many artistic styles. Students in grade 6 also investigated masks across the world and the role the masks play in various cultures. The exploration of culture is also a segue to geography which is yet another example of how art integrates many different subjects.

 
 
 

Grade B-6 Grading Rubrics

 

EAST GREENWICH TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS ART EDUCATION

 
    

GRADE Beginners MP1

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

Demonstrate use of texture

Paints using different types of lines: straight and wavy.

Uses basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval.

Utilizes Primary and Secondary colors.

Beginning to recognize hot and cold colors.

Observes art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Can identify “Elements within artworks

Communicate opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed. 

Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example in a step-by-step method that is displayed in the board for them to follow.

 Works toward personal best. 

Work habits show readiness to learn.

 Works cooperatively with group members. 

Understands the lesson and the process to which they complete their artwork.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Final Portfolios shows success based upon directions and expectations and that they accomplished each step that was given for their final completion of artwork.

 

Projects: Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

GRADE 1    MP1

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Identifies elements within art

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Manipulates and uses using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilizes basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates use of Primary and Secondary colors

Recognize various textures

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed.

Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always tries  hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 

GRADE 2    MP1

 

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.  Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.  Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

Paints using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilize  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Understand placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard .Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

 

Projects:  Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 

GRADE 3    MP1

 

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.      Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.       Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

 

Employs use of the element - line

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is some what helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 4     MP1

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

 Employs use of the element- line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative size and distance

Demonstrates  use of radial symmetry

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn    Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.   Student  is some what helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn   Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

Projects:  Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

 

GRADE 5     MP1

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

 Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn. Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects:  Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 6  

MP1

Unit 1  The Creative Process:  demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles that govern the creation of works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  Learning Goals and Objectives

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort   Performance

Uses material appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is some what helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects:  Elements, Line, Shape, color, Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 

GRADE 2    MP2

Units 2 

Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  

Paints using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilize  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Understand placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 

GRADE 3     MP2

Units 2 

Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Employs use of the element - line

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 

GRADE 4     MP2

Units 2 

Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 Employs use of the element- line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative size and distance

Demonstrates  use of radial symmetry

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 5     MP2

Units 2 

Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process\Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 6    MP2

Units 2 

Performing: All students will synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

  

Process

Uses material appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

GRADE 1    MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Identifies elements within art

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Manipulates and uses using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilizes basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates use of Primary and Secondary colors

Recognize various textures

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process

Used materials appropriately as directed.

Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always tries  hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

 

Projects:    Symmetry, Portraiture, Texture

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 

GRADE 2    MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  

Paints using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilize  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Understand placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Winter Scenes, Radial symmetry, Portraiture

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 

GRADE 3    MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

art

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Employs use of the element - line

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion  Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

 

 

Projects: Radial symmetry, Portraiture, Figure Study Fish

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 

GRADE 4    MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Employs use of the element- line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative size and distance

Demonstrates  use of radial symmetry

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion  Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

 

 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

Projects:  Quilt Block design/ Radial symmetry, Figure study Birds

 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 

GRADE 5     MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion  Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

 

 

 

 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process\Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects:  Cultural designs/ Radial symmetry, Figure drawing, Man made structures

 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 

GRADE 6    MP3

Units  3

Standard  Performance synthesize skills, media, methods, and technologies that are appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of visual art.

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5    History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

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Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion  Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

 

 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

  

Process

Uses material appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Mask making,Line designs,Portraiture

 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Grade B-6 Grading Rubrics MP4

GRADE Beginners MP4

Unit 4  Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies  demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  

Demonstrate use of texture

Paints using different types of lines: straight and wavy.

Uses basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval.

Utilizes Primary and Secondary colors.

Beginning to recognize hot and cold colors.

Observes art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Can identify “Elements within artworks

Communicate opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed.

 

Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example in a step-by-step method that is displayed in the board for them to follow.

 

Works toward personal best.

 

Work habits show readiness to learn.

 

Works cooperatively with group members.

 

Understands the lesson and the process to which they complete their artwork.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Final Portfolios shows success based upon directions and expectations and that they accomplished each step that was given for their final completion of artwork.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

GRADE 1   MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Identifies elements within art

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Manipulates and uses using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilizes basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates use of Primary and Secondary colors

Recognize various textures

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process

Used materials appropriately as directed.

Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always tries  hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhat helpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard. Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 

GRADE 2   MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills  

Paints using different types of lines: straight zig zag…

Utilize  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Understand placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

 

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 
 
 

GRADE 3   MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Employs use of the element - line

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

 

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 
 
 

GRADE 4    MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 Employs use of the element- line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative size and distance

Demonstrates  use of radial symmetry

Utilizes  basic shapes;   circle, square, rectangle, oval

Demonstrates in their work use of Primary and Secondary colors

Applied use of Hot and Cold color in proper placement.

Recognize various textures

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process/Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and

expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 5    MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas 

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

Process\Effort

Used materials appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

 

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

 Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style 

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

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Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met

 

 

GRADE 6   MP4

Unit 4/ Standard 1.4 Aesthetic Responses & Critique Methodologies All students will demonstrate and apply an understanding of arts philosophies, judgment, and analysis to works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.

Unit 5/ Standard 1.2 History of the Arts and Culture: All students will understand the role, development, and influence of the arts throughout history and across cultures.

Master Artist

M=Mastering the standard at this age level

Working Artist

W=Working toward the standard

Novice Artist

N=Not approaching or hitting targets of standard

Skills

 

Utilizes working art vocabulary

Employs use of the element of line

Utilizes knowledge of shape

Shows working knowledge of the spectrum of light ROY G BIV

Applies technique to create texture

Demonstrates  placement relative to foreground middle ground background

Demonstrates proper use of radial symmetry

Demonstrates  placement relative  to size and proportion Compares and Contrast art from master works

Recognizes  subject and themes (landscape, portrait, abstract)

Demonstrates pattern rhythm, repetition, balance

Identifies “Elements with in artworks

Shares opinion, with supportive ideas

Student work clearly shows comprehension and demonstrates understanding of objectives

Student work shows some comprehension and demonstrates some understanding of objectives

Student work shows  little comprehension and does not demonstrates understanding of objectives

  

Process

Uses material appropriately as directed. Demonstrates techniques as modeled in example .

Works toward  personal best

Work habits show readiness to learn

Works cooperatively with group members

 

 

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly and independently

Student always  tries hard and works to their individual potential Attitude is positive and shows readiness to learn

Student  is helpful  to group.

Uses materials and demonstrates techniques correctly some of the time with help

Student could try and work harder toward their individual potential. Attitude is generally positive.

Student  is somewhathelpful  in group

Does not use materials or demonstrates techniques correctly

Student does not try or work hard.Attitude does not reflect readiness to learn

Student does not clean up

Product

Cumulative Portfolio Assessment

  Shows success based upon directions and expectations of the standards.

Projects: Cultural  Awareness, Famous artists and style

Portfolio meets expectations. All directions are followed,  Example is modeled, and all expectation were met

 

.

Portfolio meets most expectations. Most are directions are followed,   Example is modeled, and most expectation were met

Portfolio  does not meets expectations. Directions were not followed,   Example was not modeled, and expectations were not met 

 
 
 





 
 
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