Day 1: Give students an article/watch a video clip about Andy Warhol. Fill out the print notes. Discuss pop art and give students a homework assignment: bring in 3 objects from home that could be used in contemporary pop art.
Day 2: Critique the objects. Students pick one that they will use for their print. Draw it out and then having students transfer it to their linoblock.
Day 3: Have students plan their print process (see my blog post below about how to plan it using tracing paper).
Day 4-10: Begin the print process. Print a solid print of the block before carving (10 of them), then carve off the first layer. Continue, making prints on top of prints until the entire print is complete.
Day 11: Demonstrate how to measure and cut a mat board. Students should spend the class period measuring their mat boards.
Day 12-13: Students cut their boards using a mat board cutter and mount their work.