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Art Go Van Gogh Unit Plan

Art Go Van Gogh Unit Plan

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R/1. Bedroom in Arles - link to identity. Starry Night - link to movement in Science. (We were working on time lines in SOSE and Primary Connections On the Move series during this unit.
R/1. Bedroom in Arles - link to identity. Starry Night - link to movement in Science. (We were working on time lines in SOSE and Primary Connections On the Move series during this unit.

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Visual Art:
Go Van Gogh!
BAND
Junior Primary
UNIT/TOPIC DESCRIPTION
Children will create a series of art works based on
Bedroom in Arles
and
Starry Night 
by Vincent Van Gogh. They will talk about the features of theart works in relation to colour, objects, texture and movement, thenexperiment with and use these ideas to create contrasting interpretationsof their bedroom and a recreation of the night sky. They will use leadpencil, coloured pencil, acrylic paint and a range of painting instruments.
EssentialLearningsEquity CrossCurriculumPerspectives andVocational EducationKey CompetenciesICTs
Futures
Identity
Interdependence
Thinking
Communication
Aboriginal & TorresStrait Islander peoples’
Multicultural
Gender
Socio-economic
Disability
Rural & isolated
Enterprise education
Career education
Work-based learning
Community-basedlearning
Collecting,analysing,organisinginformation
Communicatingideas andinformation
Planning andorganising activities
Working withothers in teams
Usingmathematical ideasand techniques
Solving problems
Usingtechnology
Digital camera
Computer/Printer
Video camera
Calculator
Internet
CD Player
Clock
Fax
Scanner
Email
StrandKey ideasBroad Outcomes
Arts PracticeChildren spontaneously expressand communicate their feelingsand ideas about the past,present and future through theimages and forms they create.SACSA Outcome 1.1Confidently uses play andimagination to create/recreate artworks.Arts Analysis andResponseChildren engage in artsexperiences and presentationsas viewers in a range of contexts for different purposes. They gain understanding of thearts and use the variety of communication and thinkingmodes.SACSA Outcome 1.4Distinguishes between thecharacteristic features of each artsform and responds to presentationusing appropriate communicationmodes.
 
KEY IDEASLEARNINGOUTCOMESCORE TEACHING EVENTSRESOURCES
Childrenspontane-ouslyexpressandcommuni-cate theirfeelingsand ideasabout thepast,presentand futurethroughtheimagesand formstheycreate.Childrenengage inartsexperiences andpresenta-tions asviewers ina range of contextsfordifferentpurposes. They gainunderstand-ing of the artsand usethe varietyof communi-cation andthinkingmodes.Students will lookat Van Gogh’s
Bedroom in Arles
,considering theobjects. They willthen create arepresentation of their bedroomswith lead pencil onA3 paper.
Lesson 1
Ask
What things are in your room at home? What furnitureis there? Do you have things onthe wall?
Show students a picture of 
Bedroom in Arles
.
Does your bedroom look like this? What isdifferent/similar? What objectsare in the room?
 Talk to students about thepainter.
Students work at desks withblack textas to draw theirrooms. Encourage them to onlydraw the outline, not shading,and use up as much of thepage as possible.
Encourage students to look attheir rooms when they gohome and make changes if necessary.
Photocopy each child’s picture
Largepicture of 
Bedroom in Arles
Picture of Van Gogh
A3 paperStudents will lookat Van Gogh’s
Bedroom in Arles
,considering thecolours. They willmake choicesabout colours intheir art work.
Lesson 2
Look at variations to
Bedroomin Arles
. Students discuss thedifferent colours they could useto colour one in.
 They colour one copy in thecolours their bedroom really is,then colour the second copy ina different colour scheme.
Photocopies
ColouredpencilsStudents will talkabout movementand texture andhow they arevisible in VanGogh’s
Starry Night 
. They willexperiment withpaint andinstruments tocreate movementand texture.
Lesson 3
Discuss the types of movementthat we have seen in Science.Analyse a picture of 
Starry Night 
.
What is in this picture? Are they staying still? How can you tell? What do you think theweather was like? What wordscan you use to describe howthe sky looks?
Makemovements with hands todepict it.
 Talk about texture and how thepainting might feel.
Students explore with paint andobjects:
What kinds of movements/textures can we
Acrylic paint
Pop sticks
Cotton wool
Match sticks

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