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Name: MacKenzie Powell

DAILY PLAN
Lesson Title: Ouch! My Neck!

Grade Level: 3

Skills:
Anchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
VA:Cr1.1.3 a. Elaborate on an imaginative idea.
VA:Cr1.2.3 a. Apply knowledge of available resources, tools, and technologies to
investigate personal ideas through the art-making process.
Anchor Standard 2: Organize and Develop artistic ideas and work.
VA:Cr2.1.3 a. Create personally satisfying artwork using a variety of artistic processes
and materials.
Anchor Standard 7: Perceive and analyze artistic work.
VA:Re7.1.3 a. Speculate about processes an artist uses to create a work of art.
VA:Re7.2.3 a. Determine messages communicated by an image.
Anchor Standard 9: Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.
VA:Re9.2.3 a. Evaluate an artwork based on given criteria.
SS.IS.6.3-5: Construct and critique arguments and explanations using reasoning,
examples, and details from multiple sources.
SS.H.2.3: Describe how significant people, events, and developments have shaped their
own community and region.
Overall Lesson Objective:
Technical Skill: Students will recall and recognize facts about Michelangelo as well as
learn new ones.
Formal Qualities: Students will apply recalled and newly learned facts to their
compositions. They will experiment by tracing their hands at different angles.
Conceptual Complexity: Students will create a final piece through the process of
investigating the techniques used by Michelangelo in his creation of the Sistine Chapel.
Bid Idea: Culture
-Human beings create, learn, share and adapt to culture.
-Cultures are dynamic and change over time.
Daily Objectives/Essential Questions:
- What conditions, attitudes, and behaviors support creativity and innovative thinking?
- What factors prevent or encourage people to take creative risks?
- How does collaboration expand the creative process?
- How does knowing the contexts, histories, and traditions of art forms help us create
works of art and design?
- Why do artists break from established traditions?

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-How do artists and designers determine whether a particular direction in their work is
effective?
-How do artists and designers learn from trial and error?
-How do images influence our views of the world?
-How do life experiences influence the way you relate to art?
-How does learning about art impact how we perceive the world?
-What can we learn from our responses to art?
-How does one determine criteria to evaluate a work of art?
-How is personal preference different from an evaluation?

Academic Language:
-Michelangelo
-Perspective
-Art History
-Composition
-Sistine Chapel
Assessment Criteria:
Technical Skill

Formal Quality

Conceptual
Complexity

Notes: 1) Link criteria to objectives, 2) Include rubrics, etc. as attachments.

10-8 points
Student is able to
recall information
learned
about
Michelangelo and
write it on the
board.
Student attempted
4-5
different
compositions
before
carefully
choosing the final
one.
Student was able to
connect
their
actions with those
of
Michelangelo
and recognize the
difficulty
of
painting this way.
This is measured by

7-5 points
Student is able to
recall a concept
learned in class,
although
needs
guidance.

4-0 points
Student can
recall facts.

Student attempted
2-3
different
compositions
before
carefully
choosing the final
one.
Student was not
able
to
fully
comprehend
the
connection.

Student attempted
only
one
composition
and
went onto work on
the final piece.

not

Student was not


able to make the
connection
to
Michelangelo.

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Critique/
Statement

Artist

in-class dialogue.
Student was able to
write 3 facts about
what they learned
in todays lesson.

Student was able to


write 2 facts about
what they learned
in todays lesson.

Student was able to


write 1 fact about
what they learned
in todays lesson.

Teaching Resources Needed to Support the Lesson:

Note: All background materials, research


documents, and handouts should be listed below and included as attachments.

Michelangelo PowerPoint
Virtual Tour of Michelangelos Sistine Chapel
Visual examples of expectations
Michelangelo book
http://www.isbe.net/ils/social_science/standards.htm
Art Materials Necessary for the Lesson:
Paper
Paper Towels
Tempera paint
Baby Wipes
Markers
Paint Brushes
Pencils
Pallets/Paper Plates
Smocks
Tape
Teacher Activities
Introduction:
The teacher will start by initiating an
informal pre-assessment, asking if anyone
knows of a man named Michelangelo. S(he)
will take any responses, and allow 1-2
minutes for discussion.
The PowerPoint will be presented, stating
minimal (although useful) facts about
Michelangelo, as well as images of his
artwork, with the main focus on the Sistine
Chapel. The PowerPoint will be concluded
with a virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel to
redefine the students understanding of the
size, scale, and presentation of the real
painting.

Student Activities
The students will provide the teacher
with facts that they already know about
Michelangelo.

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Development:
Moving into the creation, the teacher will
show students how to trace their hands in
different orientations. It will be encouraged
to resemble the part of the Sistine Chapel,
The Creation of Adam, although, in the end
the composition is completely up to the
student. Once they have chosen a
composition, the teacher will instruct them
to trace it in marker and tape their paper
under their desk.
Paint will be passed out and the students
will be told to paint their final composition
just like Michelangelo did, by looking up
and painting above their head.
Conclusion:
The teacher will ask the students to take
their paintings out from under their desks,
very carefully, and show their classmates.
After 1-2 minutes of sharing, we will reflect
as a class and write down what we learned
over todays lesson.
Critical Comments and Reflections:
(Problems, successes, and what to think about for next lesson)

The students will practice their


compositions and choose their best one
for their final piece. After the students
have chosen a composition and have it
traced out in pencil, they will then trace
over the pencil with marker and tape
their paper underneath their desk.

The students will paint their final


composition, just like Michelangelo.

The students will proudly share their


pieces and when called on, write in
bullet point format what they learned
today.