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IMPRESSIONIST SELF-PORTRAITS

Year Group:

Term Date:

3° ESO

Spring

UNIT COVERED:

Colour and Emotion

STANDARDS

STANDARD 1.2: Students recognize the significant works of Western and non-Western art and understand the chronological development of art movements. STANDARD 2.1: Students describe, analyse, and interpret works of art and artifacts. STANDARD 3.1: Students identify and apply criteria to make informed judgements about art. STANDARD 4.3: Students develop and apply skills using a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, tools, and processes to create works that communicate personal meaning. STANDARD 4.4: Students reflect on, revise, and refine their work using problem solving and critical thinking skills. STANDARD 5.1: Students create original works of art. STANDARD 5.2: Students exhibit individuality in the interpretation and appreciation of images.

OBJECTIVES

KEY QUESTIONS

• Student understands the concept of complementary colours and to apply it to an artwork.

• How did the impressionists use colour in their works? • How did the impressionists use the brushstroke in their works?

• Student understands Goethe’s colour theory.

• Student understands the emotional quality of each colour.

 

• Student understands the concept of mixing colours by juxtaposition and recognising its use in Impressionist art.

• Student applies colour mixtures and colour schemes correctly to personal compositions.

• Student creates a neat and tidy artwork.

• Student shows good attitude and behaviour (see rubric).

• Student shows good organizational and time management skills.

CONCEPTS

MAIN ACTIVITY

KEY VOCABULARY

RESOURCES

Emotional qualities of colours Self-portraits Impressionism Complementary colours Types of brushstrokes Colour mixing in the retina

Students are introduced to Impressionism. PP presentation focussing on the impressionists’ distinct brushstroke and use of colours. Students copy the outline of their photo on white paper A4. Students paint their portrait in an impressionist manner using Q-tips and pure hues.

Impressionism Emotional qualities of colours Brushstroke Dots Complementary colours, Pure colours Colour mixing in the retina

White Paper A4 Photos of the students Pencils Eraser Brushes Tempera PP Presentation on Impressionism Q-tips

ASSESSMENT / EVALUATION / ADDITIONAL NOTES:

 

Class discussion

Assessment rubric