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Art Curriculum Bilingual Schools Las Arenas

Art Curriculum Bilingual Schools Las Arenas

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Art Standards/Objective/ContentsYear 7/8STANDARD 1: Responding to Art History
Students understand the historical contributions and cultural dimensions of the visual arts. Students analyse the role and development of the visualarts in past and present cultures throughout the world, noting human diversity as it relates to the visual arts and artists.
STANDARD 1.1:
Students understand the significance of visual art in relation to historical, social, political, spiritual, environmental,technological, and economic issues.
STANDARD 1.2:
Students recognize the significant works of Western and non-Western art and understand the chronological development of artmovements.
ContentsObjectivesConcepts
 
Skills
 
1.1 Students understand the significance of visual art inrelation to historical, social, political, spiritual,environmental, technological and economic issues.The students will be able to:1.1.1 Analyse the relationship between a work of artand the history, geography, and technology of the culture, and identify what, when, where, and by whom the work was made.1.1.2 Identify the icons in contemporary works andanalyse how icons reflect the culture.1.2 Students recognize the significant works of Western andnon-Western art and understand the chronologicaldevelopment of art movements.The students will be able to:1.2.1 Identify and be familiar with a range of works of art from major periods identifying artist, culture,style, and aspects from the historical context of the work.1.2.2 Identify distinguishing characteristics of style inthe work of individual artists and art
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING:Students will understand that:
responding to arthistory connects them with different cultures andtimes periods.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
1. How has the relationship between technology,history, geography, and economy been reflectedin the art and iconography of a culture?
 
The line:
o
 
Art Nouveau
o
 
Impressionism
o
 
OP-Art
o
 
Bauhaus
 
The dot:
o
 
Impressionism
o
 
Pointillism
 
o
 
Pop-Art
o
 
OP-Art
 
Texture:
o
 
Artificial / Natural
o
 
Visual / Tactile
 
o
 
Photorealism
o
 
Synthetic Cubism
o
 
Dadaism
o
 
Grattage
 
Can describe how space is representedin different art movements/cultures.
 
Can describe how lines are used indifferent art movements.
 
Can describe how dots are used indifferent art movements.
 
Can describe how texture is used indifferent art movements.
 
Can identify a range of works of art.
 
 
Can describe
the aesthetics of different artistic, realistic andabstract styles.
 
Can describe how a theme has beentreated in art over a period of time.
 
Can distinguish characteristics of stylein the work of individual artists andart movements.
 
Can distinguish features of artworks
 
 
Art Standards/Objective/Contents
movements.1.2.3 Identify and compare works of art and artifactsfrom major periods on a chronological time line.1.2.4 Compare selected works of art from a cultureand describe how they have changed or notchanged in theme and content over a period of time
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Frottage
 
Space:
o
 
Relationship between planes
o
 
Distortion
o
 
Overlpapping
o
 
Change in Size
o
 
Transparency
o
 
Intersection
o
 
Light- Shadow-Volume
o
 
Value
 
The line:
o
 
Art Nouveau
o
 
Impressionism
o
 
OP-Art
 
Montage:
o
 
Papier Collés
o
 
Dadaism
o
 
Cubism
o
 
Photomontagethat locate them in a particular time, place or culture.
 
Can analyse the characteristics androle of art in different culturalcontexts.
 
 
Art Standards/Objective/ContentsYear 7/8
STANDARD 2: Responding to Art: ARTISTIC PERCEPTION
Students process, analyse, and respond to sensory information through the language and skills unique to the visual arts. Students perceive andrespond to works of art, objects in nature, events, and the environment. They also use the vocabulary of the visual arts to express their observations.
STANDARD 2.1:
Students describe, analyse, and interpret works of art and artifacts
.
Contents
Objectives
Concepts
 
Skills
 2.1 Students describe, analyse, and interpret works of art andartifacts.The students will be able to:2.1.1 Analyse the artist’s use of sensory, formal,technical, and expressive properties in a work of art for meaning.2.1.2 Construct meaning and support well-developedinterpretations of works of art with evidence fromthe work, personal response, and research.2.1.3 Use appropriate art vocabulary.2.1.4 Describe personal observations about the contentand structure of art works.2.1.5 Describe how the organisation of art workscommunicates ideas and feelings.2.1.6 Identify and describe all the elements of art foundin selected works of art (e.g., color, shape/form,line, texture, space, value).2.1.7 Discuss works of art as to theme, genre, style,idea, and differences in media.2.1.8 Describe how artists can show the same theme byusing different media and styles.2.1.9 Analyse the use of Art Elements and Principles of 
ENDURING UNDERSTANDING:
Students will understand that: responding to artcriticism fosters skills of informed judgement.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
1. How do the sensory, formal, technical, andexpressive properties in a work of art help a person to analyse artworks and sometimes hinder the pursuit of its meaning?2. How does one construct a personal response toa work of art based solely on subject matter,media, and expression?
 
 
Shapes:
o
 
Open / Enclosed
o
 
Popsitive / Negative
o
 
Regular / Irregular 
 
Types of Images:
o
 
Representative / Abstract
o
 
Visual /artistic
o
 
Symbolic
 
 
The line:
o
 
Tension lines
o
 
Expressive quality
o
 
Shading
o
 
Decorative elements
 
The dot:
o
 
Composing element
o
 
Shading
 
o
 
Expressive quality
 
 
Can understand and analyse therelationship of proximity and distance between flat shapes.
 
Can understand and analyse light andshade relationships between shapesand objects.
 
Can identify visual elements thatmake up images in our daily visualenvironment and in works of art.
 
Can identify texture as a predominantconstructing element.
 
Can value the aesthetic qualities of images in our visual environment andshow interest in understanding themessages they transmit.
 

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