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Lakeview High

Scratchboard Lesson Presentation
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Carolina Arroyave

on 2 December 2014

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Lakeview High
SCRATCHBOARD LESSON for ART 1
environment
Rationale
Lesson Plan
Data
Teacher/Supervisor Feedback
Reflection
1,425 Students
88% low-income
Average ACT Score 2013- 18; 2014- 14
Almost half the classes have IEP's
Two Day Lesson Limit
Encourage Independency
Objective:
Use new artistic materials (scratchboard) and methods in the creation of original artwork.
Create textures using scratchboard tools within the defined criteria.
Goals:
National Core Arts Standards Creating Anchor Standard 2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
VA:Cr2.1.6a
Demonstrate openness in trying new ideas, materials, methods, and approaches in making works of art and design
Product/Assessments:
Pre-assessment
Texture Characteristic List w/ partner
Texture Chart
Name Plate
Self and Teacher Evaluation
Pre-Assessment:
69.4% Did Not Meet
27.8% Partially Met
2.8% Met
Post Assessment w/o All Students:
47% Exceeded
26% Met
16% Partially Met
11% Did Not Meet

Post Assessment if All Students Were Present:
25% Exceeded
14% Met
8.3% Partially Met
53% Did Not Meet
Baseggio:
Slow Down
Check For Understanding
Break It Down
Clean Up- Too Fast
Socoloff:
"Some students are scratching away their entire letters, and, although they are enjoying themselves, don’t seem to understand that repetition can be used to create pattern and texture. Others seem to fully grasp the intent of the assignment and are experimenting with different techniques..."
Challenging 1st Day
Class Management
IEP's GALORE
Over-Crowded Environment
Prepared for Anything!
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