Ashley Bertoline-Lesson Notes

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Directions: 1. Write concise statements using bullet points. No paragraphs. 2. You must indicate how much time you intend to spend in each instructional phase. 3. You MUST use this Lesson Plan template; do not create your own or change this format. Generic School Lesson Plan Template Instructor: Ashley Bertoline Course-Grade Level: Drawing I (Elective Course for Grades 10-12) Week of: December 1, 2014 Day 1 of Lesson PA State Standard(s): Standard Area: 9.1.: Production, Performance and Exhibition of Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts o Standard 9.1.12. B. Recognize, know, use and demonstrate a variety of appropriate arts elements and principles to produce, review and revise original works in the arts. Standard Area 9.3.: Critical Response o Standard 9.3.12. B. Determine and apply criteria to a person’s work and works of others in the arts. Lesson Objective: SWBAT understand and identify gestural drawing as a type of figure drawing and sketching SW complete sets of 30 and 60 second gesture drawings with a dynamic model, followed by 3 minute gestural drawings, using large newspaper pad and charcoal, 2-5 figures per page SW compare and contrast their drawings and critique one another’s drawings in class discussions SWBAT apply techniques used in gestural drawing for longer projects and advanced figure drawing Do Now:
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