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Light: Electomagnetic Waves

POWERPOINT MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: LaurenGillooly
ON: Oct 16, 2011
KEEPS: 12
LIKES: 3
Powerpoint presentation on visible light. Explains where visible light waves fall in the electromagnetic spectrum, and how these waves create the colors that we see.

Turning Mistakes into smART Successes

UNIT PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: ahemrick
ON: Oct 15, 2011
KEEPS: 25
LIKES: 6
Style: Expressionism Medium: Paint/Marker Qualitative skill: turning mistakes into successes Project: expressive string paintings, expressive line drawings

Google Art Project

WEBSITE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: The_smARTteacher
ON: Oct 14, 2011
KEEPS: 16
LIKES: 1
Explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels. http://www.googleartproject.com/

Tardy/Behavior Reflections

MANAGEMENT HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: emilymc
ON: Oct 09, 2011
KEEPS: 18
LIKES: 6
Positively framed reflection prompts to assign tardy or misbehaving students. Note: I am not the original author.

Procedures Guided Notes

MANAGEMENT HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: emilymc
ON: Oct 09, 2011
KEEPS: 17
LIKES: 4
Handout for students to take notes as they are first introduced to classroom procedures.

Careers in Art

HANDOUT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Oct 07, 2011
KEEPS: 30
LIKES: 7
This 2-page PDF includes brief descriptions and example images for 12 arts-related career options. Also, enjoy the Aardman (creators of Wallace & Gromit) studio tour video!

NYC Dept. of Ed. "Blueprint for the Arts"

STANDARDS MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: epictraveler
ON: Oct 07, 2011
KEEPS: 13
LIKES: 3
This is a resource used by New York City visual art teachers with benchmarks, suggested themes, and project ideas for each grade, K-12. It also includes ways to link to other cross-curriculum subjects such as literacy or math.

Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 3
LIKES: 1
This Teacher's Guide on the Milwaukee Art Museum's "Street Seen: The Psychological Gesture in American Photography, 1940-1959" exhibition, includes background information, classroom ideas, and lesson plans for use in the Museum galleries and in your classroom.

European Design Since 1985

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 1
LIKES: 3
This Teacher's Guide on the Milwaukee Art Museum's "European Design Since 1985" exhibition, includes background information, classroom ideas, and lesson plans for use in the Museum galleries and in your classroom.

Frank Lloyd Wright

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 7
LIKES: 3
This Teacher's Guide on the Milwaukee Art Museum's "Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century" exhibition, includes background information, classroom ideas, and lesson plans for use in the Museum galleries and in your classroom.

Francisco de Zurbaran, St. Francis of Assisi

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 4
LIKES: 3
Give your students an inside look at the Milwaukee Art Museum Collection. This mini-guide focuses on one work of art--Francisco de Zurbaran's "St. Francis of Assisi in his Tomb". This PDF resource includes: --Large color reproduction to print and display --Background information --Discussion questions --Activity ideas for multiple subject areas --Vocabulary section --Further resources

Nardo di Cione, Madonna and Child

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 2
LIKES: 1
Give your students an inside look at the Milwaukee Art Museum Collection. This mini-guide focuses on one work of art--Nardo di Cione's "Madonna and Child"--and includes a color image to display in your classroom, as well as background information and discussion questions for use in the galleries, classroom activity ideas, and further resources.

Mummy Coffin

TEACHER'S GUIDE MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: MilwaukeeArtMuseum
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 10
LIKES: 4
Give your students an inside look at the Milwaukee Art Museum Collection. This mini-guide focuses on one work of art--the Mummy Coffin of Pedusiri--and includes a color image to display in your classroom, as well as background information and discussion questions for use in the galleries, classroom activity ideas, and further resources.

Why College?

POWERPOINT HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: Ketner
ON: Oct 06, 2011
KEEPS: 11
LIKES: 1
Help students understand the benefits of a college education.

Pattern Value Drawings

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: Astabeth
ON: Oct 05, 2011
KEEPS: 28
LIKES: 3
Students create a variety of patterns in different values using medium gray paper and black and white charcoal. They then use these patterns to create a large scale drawing using a viewfinder and grid method.

Ceramics of World Cultures

UNIT PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: Astabeth
ON: Oct 04, 2011
KEEPS: 27
LIKES: 9
This is a six-week long unit where the students will research the art of different cultures around the world and create several ceramic items, culminating in one large ceramic piece that combines elements from the ceramic art of a particular culture with elements that define the student.

Lesson Plan Template

TEMPLATE MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: Schniepp
ON: Oct 03, 2011
KEEPS: 12
LIKES: 1
This is a simple template I use to create lesson plans for English and History classes, but it is an easily modified table for any type of course.

Expressive Sculpture

LESSON PLAN MIDDLE [6TH-8TH]

BY: jmhurt
ON: Oct 02, 2011
KEEPS: 67
LIKES: 20
Students look at examples of abstract sculpture made by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi, and create an abstract sculpture that represents an emotion through color and form.

Art Summative Assessment

TEST/QUIZ HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Oct 01, 2011
KEEPS: 54
LIKES: 13
Attached are parts 1 & 2 of my high school summative assessment. 85 multiple choice questions, 3 open response critiques and 22 accompanying color images. Hope you find it helpful!

The power of a simple design

HANDOUT ELEMENTARY [1ST-5TH]

BY: MsKBrown
ON: Oct 01, 2011
KEEPS: 16
LIKES: 2
I love to use this handout during Halloween to show my students that a powerful design can be effective even when slightly altered.

Monochromatic Cubism Portraits

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 31
LIKES: 12
This project hits on history (cubism), materials (acrylic), and elements (color scheme). Enjoy!

Value Portrait Grid Drawings

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 30
LIKES: 5
Using a grid transfer, students will focus on creating a proportionally correct value-drawing of their selected magazine portrait.

Art Criticism Step Practice

WORKSHEET HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 57
LIKES: 9
The attached PDF explains and gives examples for the steps of art criticism: Description, Analysis, Interpretation and Judgement. This is a great way for students to break down each step in progression. This document also contains space for 3 critiques.

Observational Contour Hands

LESSON PLAN HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 59
LIKES: 10
This project is always a great way to practice basic observational drawing techniques. A great way to start the year and build student confidence!

Block Printing

LESSON PLAN MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 31
LIKES: 8
Easy block printing project using styrofoam. Great results for all skill levels.

ArtStart Sheet (Bell-Ringer)

HANDOUT MULTIPLE LEVEL

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 17
LIKES: 2
This is a simple sheet with a space for each day of the school week. If you give your students bell-work (what I like to call an ArtStart) to start class, this might be a helpful resource!

National Visual Arts Standards (9-12)

STANDARDS HIGH [9TH-12TH]

BY: CaptureCreativity
ON: Sep 30, 2011
KEEPS: 20
LIKES: 2
The standards outline what every K-12 student should know and be able to do in the arts. The standards were developed by the Consortium of National Arts Education Associations.

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