Lesson Plan Template for Art Education in Secondary Schools and Art Education Studio Professor Williams Your

Name__________ (1pt) Title of lesson__________ (2pts) Grade Level____________ (1pts) Number of days needed to teach lesson (each session is either 50 minutes or 80 minutes, please specify) (1pt)

National Standards/Student objectives

Grades 9-12 Content Standard: 1: Understanding and applying media, techniques, and processes Content Standard: 2: Using knowledge of structures and functions Content Standard: 3: Choosing and evaluating a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas Content Standard: 4: Understanding the visual arts in relation to history and cultures Content Standard: 5: Reflecting upon and assessing the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others Content Standard: 6: Making connections between visual arts and other disciplines For more information see: http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/teach/standards.cfm
Please specify how you will meet the National Standards that you choose by completing the following sentence: Students will ___(Action verb,-- create, make, understand, learn about, discover, review, practice, paint, draw, film, cut, paste, generate, discuss, write, etc…) (*The standards sometimes will not fit nicely with your objectives, if this is the case do not include a standard after the objective. Try to meet at least 3 National Standards in every lesson, meet all of them within your unit)

but this should not be where most of your evaluation is focused.Success

 Evaluation This is a very important component of any lesson. Make sure your assessment is authentic and related to the work. Good assessments include room for the student to evaluate themselves either through a verbal or written reflection. Each objective should be included in the evaluative component of your lesson.
 . You can include behavior as part of a daily grade of some sort. This should mirror your objectives.


getter. 2) Include an introduction to the lesson and the contemporary artist(s) 3) Make sure you explain to students why you are teaching this lesson and what they will learn and make.
 . critiques. 7) Make sure you have some sort of final assessment and closure for the students where they can re-cap the process and reflect on what they have learned *You will write this section well enough so that a substitute teacher could easily follow your plans for each session. and Independent Practice. Remember it is better to plan to much than to not plan enough. Explain how they will achieve the goals and objectives you have outlined. safety talks. questions). Guided Practice. While all of these elements do not appear in every lesson plan they will appear in every unit of instruction. any practice exercises. Closure. tests. 4) Show lots of varied examples 5) Include any demonstrations you intend to give. or class discussions.hope. When you are teaching this level of planning will be helpful.Procedure

 Lesson Procedure (Based on Madeline Hunter) http://www.
learning. written assignments. homework.edu/academic/education/wessman/2block/unit4/hunter2. I expect this section to be fairly detailed and well thought out. 6) On days when students are doing studio work create daily goals for students to achieve. Teaching Presentation (Input.
summarizing. modeling. After you have gained some experience in the classroom (3-4 years) such detail may not be necessary. check for understanding.htm Things to keep in mind when writing this section: Create a plan to carry out your lesson session by session 1) Include a description of how each session will be taught. Include an Anticipatory Set.

nationality.Materials and cost (10pts) In this section you will identify the necessary materials and their individual cost. If you artist does not have work in the collection of a major museum or is not represented by a well-known gallery or has not been reviewed by one of the following publications. medium. or other art supply companies Also try to estimate the cost per student-assume you have 25 students Safety Hazards (10pts) In this section list any safety hazards students might encounter. year. The Washington Post. The New York Times. mediums. Make sure your images are good reproductions and that you give credit to your sources of information. The LA Times. Look at the following sites for information: http://www.com. What processes. or Daniel Smith. The Guardian. Art Forum.tucsonaz. Art Papers. but eventually you will want to go to the art library. Ceramics Monthly. museums that show or have shown the works of this artist or permanent collections to which the artist belongs Medium in which this artist works Subject matter Why you chose to use this artist in this lesson. social/political/personal theme or ideas does this artist use that your students will also experience to some extent? A list of images that you have included in your Power Point presentation for this lesson When listing the images for the lesson list the sources. If you use the internet make sure you list the sites that you visited. The Chicago Tributes. and/or political issues will students address that are personally relevant to their lives? How will students interject their own experience into this project? Why would they want to do this project? What will they “get” out of it? . or Utrecht. Art in America. and if possible size * Make sure you get up to date information about your artist.gov/arthazards/ http://www.org/ Please look up every material and document what hazards users might encounter Contemporary Artist(s) + three images (10pts) In this section please write (not copy) a one page bio on the contemporary artist you plan to present. (Remember. or has not been included in any contemporary art history books or permanent collections then they are not famous enough for you or your students to find a lot of good information. You can obtain cost information by looking up supplies online at Dickblick. Include the following information: Birth date (year). The Atlanta Constitution. personal. Student input (10pts) What social.acminet. anyone with access to technology can create a website and call themselves an artist. title. ) The internet is a good place to start your search. Art News.

written assignment descriptions. tests. peer assessment.Technical Skills (10pts) What technical skills will you teach students in order for them to complete this project? Are there any prerequisite skills or knowledge? How can this lesson be adapted to suit children with special needs or exceptional abilities? (one paragraph) Handouts (10pts) When you turn in your lesson plans please include additional materials such as reflective question worksheets. or teacher assessment. _____________________________________________________________ 
 . vocabulary sheets. demonstration summaries or final evaluation rubrics for self-assessment.

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