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6th grade Art Unit 2: Sculpture 2015/2016

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Transcript of 6th grade Art Unit 2: Sculpture 2015/2016

LEARNING TARGETS:
LT5 I can construct three-dimensional artwork (bas relief project)
LT6 I can use words in my artwork to connect to a broader social theme

UNIT 3: SCULPTURE AND CLAY
CLAY VOCABULARY:
clay:
slab:
slip:
score:
coil:
bas relief:
bisqueware:
glaze:
additive process:
subtractive process:
Objective Day 24: Students will prep for their bas relief project and create a slab for their background and store it in their Ziploc bag for next class.
BRING YOUR iPADS, FOLDERS AND A PENCIL TO THE TABLE. EVERYTHING ELSE ON BACK COUNTER. COVERS CLOSED TO START.
So now,
let’s get started!
Aborigini
India
Renaissance
Middle Ages
Greek
Pre-Columbian
FIGURES
IN
RELIEF
Roman
Egyptian
Bas-Relief
High Relief

OBJECTIVE Day 22: Artists will complete the LT6 quote worksheets and learn procedures for the clay project.
BRING NOTHING TO YOUR TABLE. NO iPADS!!
Bring your art folder to the table.
PUT ON APRON.
Bring your name tag to your new assigned seat.
Objective: New Unit! Artists will learn about sustainability and how it relates to art; specifically clay.
KUMHAR, INDIA
MOKONO, UGANDA
TALAVERA, MEXICO
CHAMPA, VIETNAM
¡Buenas tardes!
Bring your folder to your table.

Objectives:
1. Artists will learn how to make a bas relief and practice clay techniques and vocabulary.
2. Artists will create a descriptive sentence to use as the basis for the imagery on their bas relief.
3. Artists will begin their bas relief sculpture

Warm-up:
Take a Socrative Survey about the DIGITAL/TRADITIONAL SKETCHBOOK ASSIGNMENT
CLASSROOM # 810585

Objective: Students will work on their bas relief sculptures and look over the rubric.
GLAZING POTTERY
1. Rinse with water first
2. 2-3 coats on top surface
3. NO GLAZE ON BOTTOM!!!
4. Put on wire shelf to dry
OBJECTIVE Day 21: Students will research and choose a quote for their bas relief clay project. Then they will illustrate their quote for their bas relief design. The worksheet will be handed in when complete for credit for LT6: I can use words in my artwork to connect with a broader social theme. Complete worksheet = first to start with CLAY!!
WARM-UP: What is a BAS-RELIEF and what is an ILLUSTRATION? See the next slides!
This is a "bas relief"
(pronounced "bah" relief) clay sculpture that uses text and an illustration that supports the meaning of the text.

It is 3D in that it comes out of the surface at you!

There is a bas relief on the first floor of Ramsey! Have you seen it?
The students will use ALPHABET SPAGHETTI PASTA to make their lettering in the clay!
The image you create must go with the quote you choose.
It is best to keep your imagery simple and your quote meaningful to you!!!
This is an example of an illustration that enhances a quote. The artist thought of this image when she read this quote.
Turn and Talk:
What artistic choices did the artist make to support the meaning of this quote?
Table chat:
What is creative about this illustration? What is FUN about this illustration?
1. Do LT6 Worksheet
completely.
2. Finished?
Show a friend your top
two ideas for feedback.
Color in your final two ideas with crayons.
2. Hand in to the B-Day Butterfly box at the end of Day 2 or the A-Day hand-in box.
4. Free Drawing or missing assignments.
Bring your art folder & iPad to the table. EVERYTHING ELSE ON BACK COUNTER.
Who found the bas relief at Ramsey?

(see Hannah's slides here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ukQL1FrxqN_U9Q00YoEtUw8xe4N0gxcXF_tWQOhl758/edit?ts=5707f599#slide=id.g12a8244a30_0_38)
*spend 5 minutes sharing answers with students NOT AT YOUR TABLE!
GLAZE

OBJECTIVE Day 24: Artists will finish defining vocabulary for Unit 2 see examples of bas relief around the world and learn procedures for the clay project.


Bring your art folder & pencil to the table. EVERYTHING ELSE ON BACK COUNTER.
IMAGE EXPLORATION:
Bas Relief Around the World!
kiln:
fire:
leather hard:
greenware:
wedging:
Official Start!
LT 5 I can construct three-dimensional artwork
1. Name and Day/Period on Ziploc bag (B2 or A7)
2. Roll out slab that fits in your bag. No bigger. As thick as your pinkie finger, even all around.
3. Trim slab so that it is the shape that you want. Keep extra scraps.
4. Lightly draw your design on the slab with a pencil or needle tool.
5. Start shaping your 3D elements (Additive & Subtractive) and attaching them to slab using SLIP and SCORE
6. Add decoration, texture
7. Add quote with spaghetti letters.
AT END OF HOUR: Put bas relief in bag, SEAL IT!!

BAS RELIEF PROCEDURE
CLAY EXPECTATIONS:
1. APPROPRIATE USE ONLY
No Throwing!
2. NEVER TOUCH OTHER
PEOPLE'S ARTWORK
3. KEEP CLAY OFF FLOOR, CLOTHES
4. CLEAN UP WHEN ANNOUNCED
JOINER CALLS FOR SAFETY ISSUES
PRACTICE TILE DAY
1. 5" X 5" tile (use template)
2. Practice Additive/ Subtractive
3. Practice SLIP & SCORE
4. Practice ideas from your bas relief design
5. Finished? Name and class on back.
6. Put on DaVinci table to dry.
How will it look when I place my pasta letters?
Bring ONLY Bas Relief project to table. PUT ON APRON. NO iPADS!
Day 27 Objective: Bas Relief Work Day! Artists will use Additive and Subtractive Processes to create their bas relief. Don't forget! SLIP & SCORE!! Show a teacher your work when ready for letters and you will watch a Moodle Demo Video to learn how to do them.
Bring nothing to tables.
PUT ON APRON. NO iPADS!
Day 26 Objective: Students will learn about where clay comes from. They will review the Bas Relief Rubric. Artists will use Additive and Subtractive Processes to create their bas relief. Don't forget! SLIP & SCORE!!
Turn and talk: Where does clay come from? How do we get it?
Bring your bas relief to the table
NO iPADS OR TOOLS.
Objective Day 28: Artists will do a peer critique of three other bas relief projects. Then they will spend the rest of the hour working on their bas relief.
5 min. PEER CRITIQUE!!
LT3: I can critique with my peers
This will go in Gradebook!!
One at a time, put your bas relief in the center of the table. Then your table mates will have 1 minute to say:
something positive about their bas relief
something the student should "check" or maybe fix before moving forward
Words to use: ADDITIVE, SUBTRACTIVE, SLIP & SCORE, SMOOTH, DETAILS, SLAB, TEXTURE, DECORATION
Then leave the post-it on their folder. CRITIQUE 4 BAS RELIEFS- USE 4 POST-ITS
-Elissa
I like the shapes and composition
I can't quote tell what it is- maybe smooth out the edges and add more detail?
PEER
CRITIQUE!
by Mitchell Grafton
BAS Relief and APRONS!!
Objective Day 29: SECOND-TO-LAST Bas Relief Day! EVERYONE DOES LETTERS TODAY!
Finished? Poke hole up top to hang. Name on back. Photograph in Photoshoot studio. Save photo on iPad. Put in shelf to dry NOT IN BAG.
Day 30 Objective: Students will "hand-in" their bas relief photo on Moodle.
Please add feedback to peers on Moodle forum.
CONGRATULATIONS TO....
Sean McAneney
Winnie Hoyt Niemic
Emma Foley
Faruk
Chloe Bitney
Jacqui Kelly
Grace F

Erin Thill
Kate Romanelli
Gigi D
Laura Weil
Ivan
Andrew Renville
Jesdel E-N
Julianna Harritt

Alice Duncan
Ava K
Arlette
Anyia jackson
Dayanna F
Abril Perez
Zoe H
Susan
STUDENTS WITH STILL LIFE DRAWINGS AT MPS HEADQUARTERS!!
Bring iPad to the table.
3 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 12 / 4 = 3 average score
don't forget to answer these questions!!
Course: Ramsey Art
Enrollment Key: Elissa2! (for period 2B )
1. Finish Bas Relief
2. Photograph Bas Relief
3. Post to Moodle with grade and answer reflection questions
4. Give peer feedback on Moodle forum

Watch these videos to learn how natural clay is farmed and altered to make it into pottery. Fill out your purple sheet to complete the life of clay timeline. Use your clay vocabulary to help explain the process.
BRING ONLY YOUR STILL LIFE DRAWING, FOLDERS & iPAD TO THE TABLE. OTHER MATERIALS ON BACK COUNTER.
Objective Day 20: Artists will get new assigned seats, finish their Still Life drawings today and complete the rubric. Done with your Still Life? You will get an opportunity to sculpt with clay!


3 + 2 + 3 + 2 = 10 /4 = 2.5
1. Choose objects that you want to use and arrange them with your group- get a variety of sizes, textures, shapes, light and darks
2. (Once you have your iPad) PHOTOGRAPH your VIEW with iPad. Have friend hole white paper in background. Turn photo to BLACK AND WHITE. Decide if drawing should be vertical or horizontal.
3. LIGHTLY "BLOCK IN" SHAPES (Use 'H' pencils)
4. Check your COMPOSITION. Is it filling the paper? Is one object going OFF the paper? Great!
5. Check the PROPORTIONS. Are things the right size? Erase and re-draw if not.

STILL LIFE PROCEDURE
6. BEGIN ADDING DETAILS (textures, patterns, faces)
7. Start SHADING from darkest to lightest (highlights).
8. Add the SHADOWS on the table.
9. Check the VALUE. Do you have whitest-white highlights and darkest black shadows?
10. Erase parts that have gotten dirty- touch ups!
11. SIGN small in the bottom right corner
12. REMOVE BLUE TAPE CAREFULLY!!
13. SPRAY WITH HAIR SPRAY IN BACK ROOM
14. Fill out rubric and BLUE tape it to back of rubric
15. Hand in Still Life drawing + rubric on back
CLAY EXPECTATIONS:
1. APPROPRIATE USE ONLY. NO THROWING, SMASHING, CREATING EXTRA MESSES
2. NEVER TOUCH OTHER PEOPLE'S ARTWORK
3. CLEAN UP WHEN ANNOUNCED
4. LEAVE TABLECLOTHS ALONE
5. KEEP CLAY OFF FLOOR, CLOTHES
6. RETURN CLAY TO BUCKET FOR RECONSTITUTING
JOINER CALLS FOR SAFETY ISSUES
NEW ASSIGNED SEATS! On a post-it note, please write down
A:
Your Name

B: the
name of 1 person that you HAVE NOT sat by
, but would like to
and C:
one person of the opposite gender
that you can work with.
We will have a new seating chart on A Day/Wednesday,
B Day/Thursday.
To Prepare for the LT6 Worksheet, we are going to do a brainstorming warmup.
Your team is your table group.
You will be given a word, as a table you will come up with imagery or illustrations that would represent the word best.
The goal is to come up with the most ideas in two minutes

Alexander Ramsey Bas Relief on the 1st floor
What elements of this illustration would be cool 3D?
KILN
BAS RELIEF AROUND THE WORLD
Warm-up: Turn and talk. What shape slab will you use for your bas relief?
Student assistants will demonstrate clay procedures.
Apron
Ziploc Bag
Getting Clay & Returning Clay
Clay Storage
Washing Hands
As a table, complete the Clay Expectations Sheet.
Have
each
table member sign it when done.
Present it to receive clay for your slab.
COMPLETED FORM=CLAY!
Consider composition: Use all of the space!
Consider different shapes for background slab
Objective Day 25: Bas Relief Day! Artists will use Additive and Subtractive Processes to create their bas relief. Don't forget! SLIP & SCORE!!
Warm-up: Turn and talk. Look at your design in the LT6 worksheet. Discuss which parts of your design you will make first, second and third.

Crop your photo so we only see your bas relief!
lighten your photo if it is too dark

1. Add quote with spaghetti letters.
2. Poke a hole at top for hanging
3. Put name on back.
4. Photograph in Photoshoot studio.
5. Put in shelf by sinks- NOT IN BAG
6. Return ziploc bag to box
7. Join Ramsey Art Moodle
8. Post Bas Relief
9. Give feedback to three peers
10. Help a friend find letters.
11.. Help clean Art Room.
BAS RELIEF PROCEDURE
FINAL STEPS
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