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Art Classroom Intro

An overview of the art classroom expectations and procedures
by

Molly Fisher

on 5 October 2016

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Transcript of Art Classroom Intro

Bin Check
Do NOT Go To the Sinks
Art Expectations
1. Be Respectful
-Teacher
-Classmates
-Materials
-Yourself
2. Be Responsible
-Follow directions
-Artists smile
3. Work Quietly and Safely
- Use voice levels 1-3
-Stay in your seat
Restroom
1 pencil sharpener
4 sharp pencils
2 glue bottles
4 scissors
1 large eraser
Artist Smile
Materials Down
Quiet Mouths
Turn in Seat
Eyes on Teacher
Smile!!
Take A Break
Things to
think
about
What happened?
What is the best solution?
Do I have control of my mouth and body to join the class?
Art
No Nos
!

Art Classroom Responsibilities
Clean up
My 1st Day of School
Use the Art
Yes Yes
' in and out of the art room
1. Do your assigned job for clean up
2. Sit in seat to wait for Ms. Fisher to dismiss you to line up
1. Stand up and push in your stool
2. Walk to the line
3. Stand on the tape
4. Hands at your side
5. Face forward
6. Mouth is not making any noise
Line up
Art Mediums
Using
Markers,

Write
and
Illustrate
your
Hopes
and
Dreams
for
Art
this School Year
http://pbskids.org/designsquad/video/
Do you recognize any of the steps of the "Design Process" from last year?
How did the students in this video use the "Design Process?"
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