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Creative Common Core Connections
Transcript of Creative Common Core Connections
Eliza Hearn, Erica Kendrick-Brown,
Deanna Rehnlund, and Annie Pakes Creative Common Core
Connections Science Math Language Arts Social Studies Projects Where Does Color Come From? Night Sky Silhouette You Are What you Eat Science
4.P.2.2 Explain how minerals are identified using tests for
the physical properties of hardness, color, luster, cleavage
and streak. Visual Art
4.CX.1 Understand the global, historical, societal, and cultural contexts of the visual arts.
4.CR.1.1 Use visual clues to interpret the content of art. Science
EX.4.L.1.1. Identify healthy and unhealthy food choices for humans; Understand the effects of
healthy and unhealthy food choices on the body. Visual Art
4.V.2 Apply creative and critical thinking skills to art expression.
4.V.2.1 Identify different successful solutions to artistic problems.
Metamorphic Kinds of Rocks What rocks/minerals were used in this ancient Egyptian painting? Minerals are naturally occurring elements and compounds in the earth. Each mineral has its own chemical makeup, physical hardness, and color. Rocks are made up of minerals. What are minerals? North Carolina leads the nation in producing mica, feldspar and clay for brickmaking. Clay is mined in our state and made into bricks of different shapes, sizes and colors. Kaolin clay is used to make porcelain and dinnerware. Other N.C Minerals The Emerald!
The largest emerald every found in North America came from N.C.
Other gemstones found in NC – rubies, sapphires, garnets. N.C.’s Official State Precious Stone Rocks and Minerals in NC What rocks/minerals were used in this Baroque painting by Rembrandt? What rocks/minerals were used in this cave painting? One of the earliest technologies that mankind invented was the making of paint. They used different colored earth, or grinded soft rocks to a powder. Rocks and Minerals: Where does color come from? Granite!
When crushed, granite is used for constructing roads and buildings. N.C’s Official State Rock Science
4.E.1 Explain the causes of day and night and phases of
4.E.1.2 Explain the monthly changes in the appearance
of the moon, based on the moon’s orbit around the Earth. Visual Art
4.V.1 Use the language of visual arts to communicate effectively.
4.V.1.4 Understand how the Elements of Art are used to develop a composition. (Value) Value Scale Night Sky Silhouette Projects Project Projects Tell Your Own Story 2nd Grade Writing
W2.3 Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure. 2nd Grade Visual Art
Understand the “story” in works of art.
4th Grade Visual Art
Use visual clues to interpret the
content of art SL4.2 Paraphrase portions of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally. L4.3a Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening. Choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely. 4th Grade Reading and Writing 4th Grade Visual Art 4.V .2.1
Identify different successful solutions to artistic problems. 4.CX.2.2
Apply skills and concepts learned in other disciplines, such as math, science, language arts, social studies, and other arts, in the visual arts. Silly Sentence Artwork Other Ways to Bring Writing into the Visual Art Classroom Have the students write a letter to an artist Have the students write about their artwork Give the students reflection questions after creating their artwork that they can answer Have a student write a short story and switch with a friend and have them illustrate it Other Common Core Connections with Social Studies iNCpad App Designs 4.E.1.1 Understand the basic concepts of a market economy: price, supply, demand, scarcity, productivity and entrepreneurship. 4.H.2Understand how notable structures, symbols and place names are significant to North Carolina. History, Economics, & Financial
Literacy 4.CX.2Understand the interdisciplinary connections and life applications of the visual arts. 4.V.2.2Use ideas and imagery from North Carolina as sources for creating art. Visual Art Flying Over Historic Raleigh 4th Grade - red clay and white clay combination projects (discussing natural resources of different regions in our state) Geography
Find absolute and relative locations of places within the local community and region. Visual Art
Use personal point of view and experiences as sources for creating art.
Create art from realistic sources of inspiration. 5th Grade - Create a unit of money for a given famous figure in history (what is that person worth? what visual clues are there in the bill/coin design to tell us who they are and what their contribution to are country was. 4th Grade Writing
W4.3a Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences. Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally. Geometric Shapes & Forms in Art 2nd Grade Math
- Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.-Use shape names to describe shapes- Use shapes separately, to make a picture. 2nd Grade Visual Art
2.V.1.3 Understand the “story” in works of art2.V.1.4 Understand characteristics of the Elements of Art, including lines, shapes, colors, textures, form, space, and value. 2.V.3.3 Use the processes of drawing, painting, weaving, printing, stitchery, collage, mixed media, sculpture, and ceramics to create art. 2.CX.1.2 Recognize that works of art represent specific time periods. Math Talk Album Quilts Analyzing Quilts with math (Slash quilt)
Ask students to identify acute, obtuse, straight and right angle
Quilt Squares as Fractions,
Quarters, and Halves
Quilts as Drawings, Paintings, Computer Art, and Clay Tiles http://www.toytheater.com/quilt.php http://www.mypigeonforge.com/QUILT/version6.html We hope you enjoy creating your own common core connections!
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