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First Day of Art Class K-6

A presentation to welcome my students to their first day of school, and introduce them to me, my expectations, and my classroom rules and procedures.
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Carolina Arroyave

on 21 August 2017

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Transcript of First Day of Art Class K-6

Matrix Partners preso!
Harvard Business Review
How to lower the cost of enterprise sales?
welcome!
Make the Most of Every Moment
Participate to gain the most value
Stay focused and positive

to ART class! - Ms. Arroyave
Art makes you smart!!!
Activities
About Ms. Arroyave
I'm from
I like
Favorite
artists
Norwalk, Connecticut.
My family is from Medellin, Colombia.
What are they?
Proficiency Scales
Unit
Test!
ART ROOM
EXPECTATIONS
well-oiled machine.
help the classroom run smoothly, like a
Michael has been working very hard in Art class! He's been completing his project every day, asks for help when he needs it and contributes to group discussions in positive ways. His results are improving greatly - you must be proud of your son!
Mr. and Mrs. Lee,

Sincerely,
Ms. Smith
Ask 3 before me! Ask an Art Expert!

If another student is not able to
help, raise your hand and wait
for me to come to you.


Do What it Takes
Give your best effort
Ask for help
Parents to call:

Help me!
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ART of course! Gardening, biking, going to the lake/beach, and hanging out with friends.
Goals
To help you learn about yourself and the world around you through ART
Remain Open
Be open to all art and artists
Be reflective about ourselves and our artwork
Rules
& Routines
Materials at your table
Each table:
4 pencils
4 colored scissors
4 glue sticks
2 packs of markers
1 pack of crayons

JOBS
Emergency
Situations
Checking for
Understanding

Formative assessments are ways for me to check if we are meeting our learning goals.

They help me to be a better teacher and they help you to understand more about your learning, making YOU a better student.
Evacuate
- it is your responsibility to line up quickly and quietly by the door if we need to evacuate the building. We are to be SILENT, even outside.

Lockdown
- immediately no talking, listen to Ms. Arroyave for directions, hide behind my back desk (nook) . Again, we are to be SILENT until someone opens the door.
Check
;-)

"All who have meditated on the art of governing [hu]mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth"
- Aristotle
Trash Cans
Now where is...?
Put away supplies away in appropriate places.

Store artwork in art folders.

Clean sinks/counters/tables/floor.

Remember to push in your stools when you line up!

Line up quietly in front of Ms. Arroyave when she calls your table.
What are our
Learning Goals for today?
About Me
1. Do you consider yourself a good artist?
2. What is your favorite type of art to create? (ex: paint, draw, printmaking, etc...)
3. What is one topic, project, or material you would like to learn about in this art class?
4. I would like a teacher who...
Please answer the following questions about yourself
Now it's time to get to make your portfolios:

1. Fold paper in half
2. Write FULL name on upper right-hand corner
3. Cut and glue small paper to cover of your portfolio.

Students will:

1. Understand classroom rules, procedures and expectations.

2. Help Ms. Arroyave understand you better!

Erase it
Look again: Is it your best work?
Complete Checklist/Rubric/Reflection Sheet
Make sure your First and Last Name (ex: Carolina A. or Arroyave) ) is on the back of your artwork
Put your finished artwork in your art folder
If you are using paint or glue, put your work in the drying rack
Work on any incomplete projects
Read a book from the art library
Draw from art starts or activity sheets
Finished?
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What is Mona Lisa thinking?
eyes on
teacher
mouth
closed
and quiet
hands
still
Be RESPECTFUL
Your Peers
Our Room
and Materials
Your Art
Respect their
opinions, feelings, space,
materials, and artwork.
Treat others how you
would like to be
treated.
Your Teacher
I will give you respect
and expect to receive it
in return. When I'm teaching, your eyes should be on me, mouths should be closed,
and bodies should
be still.
Give your best effort!!!
You will keep your artwork in your PORTFOLIO throughout the whole year
Please treat them as if they are your own. Use them appropriately and clean them when finished.
You should respect:
While in the art classroom, you will be expected to:
Be Safe
Use tools safely and properly
Walk in the classroom
Sit in stools appropriately
OOPS...
If you choose to not follow the rules:
1. Warning
2. Behavior Tracking
3. Communication
to parents
4. Referred to principal
What if I have a question?
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Questions?
Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol,
Keith Haring, Van Gogh. . .

End of Class
You do NOT get extra paper if you make a mistake! I expect you to use the sheet you are given.
An artist is a problem solver.
How can you fix it?
Mistake?
Erase it!
Flip it over!
Classroom Entry
Use the restroom and get a drink before art class. You will have to wait if you ask me.
You cannot leave during any instruction or demonstration.
When you get to class, I will be looking for a "Mona Lisa" line (eyes on teacher, mouth closed and silent, and hands still. You will be invited in once all students are in a "Mona Lisa" line. Go directly to your assigned seat unless otherwise instructed.
There are no mistakes in art, only creative solutions!
Drying Rack
Pencils
Sharpener
Kleenex
Smocks
Recycling
Sign-Out
3-2-1 - 3 points to remember, 2 things you like, 1 question you still have
Thumbs Up & Down
Smartest Artists - summarize what we learned in class
Extra Supplies
Free-Draw Books
MAC TOROS ALWAYS REMEMBER!

Be Responsible
Be Respectful
and...
You and your
table partners are
responsible for
these materials,
even when I am not
here.
Start Light
Before You
Get It Right
Each person at each table will have a job,
you will work together to complete it.
Paper Passers
Suppliers
Cleaner
Crawler

JOBS
Vision- Mission
We are creative individuals that make the best of every moment.
We are filled with curiosity and wonder. We are positive and give respect to ourselves and others.
first name, last name
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