261492031-lesson-3 - Copy.doc - ARTE 342 Lesson Plan(revised 3/15 2 5 DAILY PLAN Lesson Title Skills page 1 Class Mosaic Level 2nd Name Hunter Drendel

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ARTE 342: Lesson Plan (revised 3/15) page 1 # 2/ 5 Name: Hunter Drendel DAILY PLAN Lesson Title: Class Mosaic Grade Level: 2nd Skills: Students will identity the elements of line, shape, space, color, and texture; the principles of repetition and pattern; and the expressive qualities of mood, emotion and pictorial representation by recapping the last lesson and drawing onto their piece of plywood. (25. A. 1d.) Students will identify media and tools and how to use them in a safe and responsible manner when painting, drawing and constructing by learning how to work with their piece of plywood and broken tile pieces. (26. A. 1e.) Overall Lesson Objective : The overall theme for this lesson is Social Studies theme 8, Science Technology, and Society, which states that “experiences that provide for the study of relationships among science, technology, and society. In this case, the mosaics that Isaiah Zagar has created in his lifetime in Philly have changed the way people see the neighborhood and society, and the technology used in that area. He even considered his medium a type of science with all the different processes that come with making mosaic as a whole. Day 2…. Objective One: Students will be able to take their drawing from Day 1 and make changes, make it simple, or restart the idea process. Objective Two: Students will be able to take the final drawing and transfer it to the plywood they are given, and if finished early they can start to pick their tile pieces.
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