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WHITE PENCIL PORTRAIT

Year Group:

Term Date:

4° ESO

Autumn

UNIT COVERED:

Experimenting with Techniques

STANDARDS

STANDARD 2.1: Students describe, analyse, and interpret works of art and artifacts. STANDARD 2.3: Analyse the impact of media choice on the meaning and effect of an artwork. 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 can differentiate between positive and negative drawing

• What is the difference between positive and negative form? • How can different values be achieved with one pencil only?

• Student can make a negative drawing.

• Student can correctly apply values to an artwork.

 

• Student improve their drawing skills and manipulate coloured pencils in order to achieve different values.

• Student can enlarge an image accurately using the graph method

• Student understands the concept of the line and uses it to obtain expressiveness in individual artistic representations

• 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

Value Light/Shadow Positive/Negative Form Pencil Drawing Drawing what you see, not what you know

Students learn about the difference between positive and negative form. Students make a self-portrait by drawing the light parts of the portrait with white pencil on black paper. The values are reversed compared to drawing with a pencil.

Value Light/Shadow Positive/Negative Form Pressure applied Hatching Cross-hatching

Black paper A4 Photos taken with strong light/shadow contrast White pencil Eraser

ASSESSMENT / EVALUATION / ADDITIONAL NOTES:

 

Class discussion

Assessment rubric