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6 Grade
Lesson Title Paper Quilling
Day 1 and 2 of 2
Objectives/Assessments/Adaptations
Objective

Pre- Assessment

Formative Assessment

Adaptations

Students will
incorporate line, color,
form, movement and
repetition into a 4x6
inch paper quilled
rectangle.

Instructor will ask


students if they have
ever heard of paper
quilling.

Students will
participate in a
discussion about paper
quilling accompanied
by a PowerPoint
presentation about
paper quilling.

Instructor will ask


prompting questions.

Instructor will ask


student to point out
recognizable shapes
within the paper quilled
design.

Students will discuss


the various paper
quilling techniques
present in the examples
they are shown.

Instructor will ask


guiding questions.

9.1.5.A: Know and use


the elements and
principles of each art
form to create works in
the arts and humanities.
Elements
Visual Arts: color
form/shape line
space texture value
Principles
Visual Arts: balance
contrast
emphasis/focal point
movement/rhythm
proportion/scale
repetition
unity/harmony
Students will identify
common shapes and
techniques used in
paper quilling.
9.2.5.L: Identify,
explain and analyze
common themes, forms
and techniques from
works in the arts

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Lesson Body
Anticipatory Set Students will view a presentations with examples of paper quilling.
Procedures

Students will quietly enter classroom

Students will participate in anticipatory set


o Instructor will ask guiding questions

Instructor will choose students to help distribute supplies


o Glue
o Paper
o Straws
o Paper strips
o Tape
o Pencils

Instructor will demonstrate how to create paper scrolls

Students will create a line drawing of their design

Students will use straws to make paper quills and glue them to their 4x6 inch
surface

Instructor will circulate and remain available for assistance

Students will participate in closure activity.


o Name different paper quilling shapes

Second work day:

Students will assist instructor with the distribution of supplies

Students will review what they learned last class

Students will finish their paper quilled rectangles

Students will arrange each of their projects on one desk and view their artwork as
a collaborative piece of art.

Closure Students will talk about the different paper quilled shaped they incorporated
into their designs.
Clean-up Students will put all of the art supplies back in their designated areas.
Independent Practice N/A
Safety Considerations N/A

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APPENDIX
Rubric
1
Student did not
participate.

2
Student showed
limited interest
in participating
in class

Behavior

Student
misbehaved
during class and
was not on task
during work
time

Student spent
most of their
time in class off
task or
misbehaving

Paper Quilling

Student did not


complete paper
quilling project

Student finished
half or less than
half of their
paper quilling
project

Participation

Supplemental Instructional Tools


Self-reflection

3
Student
participated in
class

Student spent
the majority of
work time
completing their
project. There
were some
instances when
student had to be
reminded to stay
on task
Student
completed the
majority of their
paper quilling
project.

4
Student
participated in
class and gave
thoughtful
responses to
instructors
questions
Student used
their work time
wisely and did
not have to be
reminded to stay
on task during
class

Student
completed their
entire paper
quilling project.