Art of Crafts Course Syllabus CHS Art Department Contact Information: Parents may contact me by phone, email or visiting the school. Teacher: Lori Dana Email Address: [email protected] or [email protected] Phone Number: (740) 702-2287 ext. 16241 Online: CHS Vision Statement: Our vision is to be a caring learning center respected for its comprehensive excellence. CHS Mission Statement: Our mission is to prepare our students to serve their communities and to commit to life-long learning Course Description and Prerequisite(s) from Course Handbook: Art of Crafts – 600 (semester) State course #020320 Prerequisite: None Elective Grade: 9-12 Graded Conventionally Credit: 1 Fee: $20.00 Art of Crafts is a craft based Art course intended for the students who are interested in the creative process, but not interested in the fine art aspect (drawing/painting). Students will learn about the art and craft of various cultures while creating works of art. Students will get to experience working with a variety of different mediums such as paint, clay, fabric, metal, wood, and yarn, while learning multiple studio techniques. There is a $30 fee for this course. Learning Targets per Unit: Defined below for clarity are the Unit Titles, Big Ideas of every Unit taught during this course, and the Essential Questions to be answered to better understand the Big Ideas. A student’s ability to grasp and answer the Essential Questions will define whether or not he or she adequately learns and can apply the skills found in Big Ideas. This will ultimately define whether or not a student scores well on assessments given for this course. The Common Core Standards can be found at . (Teacher Note: The Ainsworth Model suggests 1-3 Big Ideas for each Unit and 1-3 essential questions per Big Idea. Each Unit will vary.) 1 st Quarter o Unit I: Crafts of Mexico Big Idea #1:Embossing(Example project: foil embossing)
Essential Question #1: What is Embossing?
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- Fall '19
- Educational Psychology, Formative assessment, Summative assessment