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    4th Quarter

    Wednesday, May 30, 2012- 

    Focus: Coil weave baskets-  You may begin another or free draw DO ART!

    6th Period 11:10 - 11:50- studio clean up
    7th Period Exam- 10:25 - 11:05

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)

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    Friday, May 25, 2012- 
    Complete your online end of course evaluation 
    (if you haven't already)

    Focus: Coil weave baskets- finishing off

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts, taper

    Reflection: What if you had to find the materials in nature to make your basket.  Where would you look?

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)

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    Thursday, May 24, 2012- complete your online end of course evaluation (if you haven't already)

    Focus: Coil weave baskets- finishing off

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts, taper

    Reflection: What if you had to make your own containers out of coiled materials. What materials would you have at hand to use?  How would the materials affect the function of the basket?

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)

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    Wednesday, May 23, 2012- take sculptures from case - 3rd period senior STEM exam

    Focus: Coil weave baskets -

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts

    Reflection: What if you had to make your own containers out of coiled materials. What materials would you have at hand to use?  How would the materials affect the function of the basket?

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)

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    Tuesday, May 22, 2012- take folders and empty shelves (except for baskets)


    Focus: Coil weave baskets - demo, start coiling

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts

    Reflection: What if you had to make your own containers out of coiled materials. What materials would you have at hand to use?  How would the materials affect the function of the basket?

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)

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    Monday, May 21, 2012-
    take folders and empty shelves (except for baskets)


    Focus: Coil weave baskets - demo, start coiling

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts

    Reflection: What if you had to make your own containers out of coiled materials. What materials would you have at hand to use?  How would the materials affect the function of the basket?

    End of course evaluation  (This is part of your final exam and may be completed any time up to the day of your final.)






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    Friday, May 18, 2012


    Focus: Coil weave baskets - demo, start coiling

    Awareness: Items that coil

    Vocabulary: warp, weft, fiber arts

    Reflection: What if you had to make your own containers out of coiled materials.








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    Thursday, May 17, 2012

    Focus: origami - folding... Challenge your self! Fold using the small paper or very large. Experiment? Get an animal or other shape in mind.  Try to fold one without directions. 

    Awareness: How your folding may have improved over the past two days.

    Vocabulary: valley fold, mountain fold, turn over, inside reverse

    Reflection: How has your perception of origami changed?

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    Wednesday, May 16, 2012 

    Focus: origami - folding... Listen to more of "Between the Folds"

    Awareness:many things fold

    Vocabulary: Akira Yoshikawa, kami, origami

    Reflection: Contrast what you knew of origami before today with what you know at the end of class.

    ------Anyone who has finished their blog entry may fold... otherwise get a laptop and finish--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Tuesday, May 15, 2012 

    Focus: origami - folding... Listen to more of "Between the Folds"

    Awareness:many things fold

    Vocabulary: Akira Yoshikawa, kami, origami

    Reflection: Contrast what you knew of origami before today with what you know at the end of class.

    +++++++++Be sure that you have posted your last assignment, Portrait of the Artist+++++++++++++

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    Monday, May 14, 2012 

    Focus: origami - more than a paper crane

    Awareness:many thing fold

    Vocabulary: Akira Yoshikawa, kami, 

    Reflection: Contrast what you knew of origami before today with what you know at the end of class.

    Be sure that you have posted your last assignment, Portrait of the Artist.

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    Monday, May 7- Friday, May 11, 2012

    Focus:  Portraits - begin playing with manipulating your images

    Awareness
    Photographers always take more than one image to get the best

    Vocabulary:photo elements, digital photography, 

    Reflection/Process:How did manipulating your portrait image change it and what it communicates?

    Steps to creating your final portrait:

    1. Choose the SETTING, POSE, CLOTHING, and OBJECTS to be in your photo
    2. Check the settings on your camera (take the highest possible in case you want to print it)
    3. Take the photograph (or have someone else take it)
    4. Save you photograph to Picasa or some other web album (so that you can have easy access)
    5. "Play" with manipulating the image using:
         - Adobe Photo Elements (the school version of Abobe Photoshop)
         - Paint
         - online photo editing software (Picasa'shas an editor)
         - other online editors: 
           PIXLR       And more... Read this list of ten and see what you like!      
          (note some may or may not be available because of the firewall)   


    Monday: Load photograph, begin to manipulate "play"
    Tuesday: Studio time
    Wednesday: Studio time- blogs. Tag your post "Global Art", "Fine Art", portrait, artist. Credit the photographer that took your photograph.
    Thursday: Studio time - 
    Friday: Due at beginning of class - Warm and cool feedback comments
           

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    Friday, May 4, 2012
    Focus:  Portraits - begin looking at photos and manipulating the images

    Awareness
    : Photographers always take more than one image to get the best

    Vocabulary:
    :composition, point of view, rule of thirds (re-visiting the digital photography tips)

    Reflection/Process:

    Erin Manning's Top 10 Do's and Don'ts for Great Portraits

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    Thursday, May 3, 2012
    Focus:  Portraits - Finding self- begin to plan complete sheet, photograph tonight

    Awareness
    Your vision of yourself is different than that of others

    Vocabulary:
    :pose, setting, frontal, profile, three quarters view

    Reflection/Process:What kind of pose, dress, background, and props will best express who you are?  What other aspects of the photograph communicate?

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    Wednesday, May 2, 2012
    Focus:  Portraits - Finding self

    Awareness
    Your vision of yourself is different than that of others

    Vocabulary:
    :pose, setting, frontal, profile, three quarters view

    Reflection/Process:What kind of pose, dress, background, and props will best express who you are?  What other aspects of the photograph communicate?

    Keirsey  (print it!)

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    Tuesday, May 1, 2012  

    Focus:  Portraits - Introduction of 'Portrait of an Artist"

    Awareness
    What portraits communicate

    Vocabulary:
    :pose, setting, frontal, profile, three quarters view

    Reflection/Process: What do you communicate about yourself from the way that you dress, walk, and stand?


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    Monday, April 30, 2012 
     (tomorrow intro Portrait of an Artist)
    Turn In Basket

    Focus:  Collections Sculpture share- Print out your artist statement.

    Awareness
    How you feel when others respond to your artwork

    Vocabulary:
    :critique

    Reflection/Process
    How did you feel when others responded to your artwork?


    http://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/   
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    Thursday, April 26, 2012  

    Goal: finish sculpture, photograph, blog by end of the week
    Focus:  Collections Sculpture self-evaluation,finish and blog
    Print out your blog entry for editing and give it to PV. She will edit and  hand it back for you to make changes.

    Awareness
    your creative process

    Vocabulary:
    reflection, process, artist statement

    Reflection/Process
    How close was your final sculpture to your original concept and plan?


    http://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/   
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    Wednesday, April 25, 2012  Goal: finish sculpture, photograph, blog by end of the week
    Focus:  Collections Sculpture self-evaluation,finish and blog
    Print out your blog entry for editing.

    Awareness
    your creative process

    Vocabulary:
    reflection, process, artist statement

    Reflection/Process
    How close was your final sculpture to your original concept and plan?


    http://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/   
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    Tuesday, April 24, 2012  Goal: finish sculpture, photograph, blog by end of the week
    Focus:  Collections Sculpture self-evaluation,finish and blog
    Print out your blog entry for editing.

    Aware
    nessyour creative process

    Vocabulary:
    reflection, process, artist statement

    Reflection/Process
    How close was your final sculpture to your original concept and plan?


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    Monday, April 23, 2012 

    Focus:  Collections Sculpture self-evaluation,finish and blog

    Awareness
    your creative process

    Vocabulary:
    reflection, process, artist statement

    Reflection/Process
    How close was your final sculpture to your original concept and plan?

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    Friday, April 20, 2012 

    Focus:  Collections Sculpture self-evaluation and blog

    Awareness
    your creative process

    Vocabulary:
    : reflection, process, artist statement

    Reflection/Process
    How close was your final sculpture to your original concept and plan?

    Brian Jungen









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    Thursday, April 19, 2012 
    Prototypes for New Understanding (1998-2005), Jungen’s series of West Coast Aboriginal masks made entirely from re-stitched Air Jordans

    Focus: finish construction of the Collections Sculpture 

     
    Set a goal to accomplish for today.  Reminder that the sculpture and the blog entry are to be finished by end of class on Friday.

    Awareness
    ideas and concepts materializing

    Vocabulary
    presentation, pedestal  , Brian Jungen

    Reflection/Process: 
    How much did you get done today?  Did you meet your goal?





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    Wednesday, April 18, 2012

    Focus: construct the Collections Sculpture 
     Set a goal to accomplish for today.  Reminder that the sculpture and the blog entry are to be finished by end of class on Friday.

    Awarenessideas and concepts materializing

    Vocabularypresentation, pedastal  , Brian Jungen

    Reflection: How much did you get done today?  Did you meet your goal?

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    Tuesday, April 17, 2012
    Focus: construct the Collections Sculpture 

    Focus: Set a goal to accomplish for today.  Reminder that the sculpture and the blog entry are to be finished by end of class on Friday.

    Awarenessideas and concepts materializing

    Vocabulary: craftsmanship, assemblage,Brian Jungen

    Reflection: How much did you get done today?  Did you meet your goal?

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    Monday, April 16, 2012

    Focusbegin construction of the Collections Sculpture 
    Set a goal to accomplish for today.  Reminder that the sculpture and the blog entry are to be finished by end of class on Friday.

    Awarenessideas and concepts materializing

    Vocabulary: presentation, concept, base, pedestal, armature   

    Reflection: How much did you get done today?  Did you meet your goal?

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    Friday, April 13, 2012

    Focus: finish plan, begin construction of the Collections Sculpture 

    Awarenessmoving from idea to 2-d to 3-d

    Vocabulary: presentation, concept, base, pedestal, armature   

    Reflection: Brian Jungen's cultural influences - What cultural influences might you have in your sculpture?



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    Thursday, April 12, 2012

    Focus: plan Collections Sculpture 

    Awareness: your creative process in planning this project

    Vocabulary: Duchamp (urinal), Vic Muniz (toy soldiers), Tom Sachs (film camera) Brian Jungen (totems)

    Reflection:  How many decisions do you think that you had to make in planning this project?
    artist

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    Wednesday, April 11, 2012

    Focus: Introduction Collections Sculpture Project

    Awareness:items that could be used for your sculpture

    Vocabulary: sculpture, 3-D, casting, assembly, modeling, carving

    Reflection:  Which do you prefer? 2D or 3D artwork?  Why?

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    Tuesday, April 10, 2012

    Focus: Introduction Collections Sculpture

    Awareness: 3-D art in your environment

    Vocabulary: sculpture, 3-D, casting, assembly,modeling, carving

    Reflection:  What was the most meaningful feedback about your comic?

    Due: Any late work is due today.


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    Monday, April 9, 2012

    Focus: Gallery Walk - Proportion Cartoons

    Awareness: How well you were able to complete your blog and turn it and your self-evaluations in when you had a substitute.

    Vocabulary: descriptive, critique,

    Reflection:  How was it to write the comments about your classmates' work?

    Due: Any late work is due Tuesday, April 10th.  See Ms. Valentine if you need help.



    What was the most meaningful feedback about your comic?
    Monday, April 9, 2012

    Focus: Gallery Walk - Proportion Cartoons

    Awareness: How well you were able to complete your blog and turn it and your self-evaluations in when you had a substitute.

    Vocabulary: descriptive, critique,

    Reflection:  How was it to write the comments about your classmates' work?

    Due: Any late work is due Tuesday, April 10th.  See Ms. Valentine if you need help.



    What was the most meaningful feedback about your comic?

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    Wednesday, April 4, 2012

    1st - Complete the student feedback for Ms. Lenderman! Here is the link- 

    Focus:Frame should be completed.  Photograph it TODAY!  Continue to work on your blog/evaluation. 

    Awareness: How great an intern Ms. Lenderman was and what a skillful teacher she will be.

    Vocabulary: Cartoonist   

    Reflection:  How do images of people communicate about who they are?

    Due: End of Class Thursday, April 5th.  Turn in a printed copy of the 4 paragraphs and your board.

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    Tuesday, April 3, 2012

    Focus: complete your frame and begin evaluation 

    Awareness: your creative process

    Vocabulary: cartoonist   

    Reflection:  How do images of people communicate about who they are?





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    Monday, April 2, 2012

    Focus: complete your frame

    Tips
    - do the lettering last
    - be careful with outlining
    - consult with classmate and Ms. Lenderman about if it is finished

    Awareness: cartoons in your environment

    Vocabulary:   Daniel Clowes,  Walt Disney Matt Groening,

    Reflection: What is the difference between a cartoon and a caricature?

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    Friday, March 30, 2012

    Focus: add color? or not? consult

    Tips
    - Use a grid to help you transfer your plan to the board
    - work LIGHTLY
    hold off on lettering until we talk

    Awareness: cartoon-like characters and how they are used

    Vocabulary:   
    copic markers  

    Reflection: What does the style that you drew yourself reflect 

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    Thursday, March 29, 2012


    Focus:sketching frame, decide on color or not... check in with teacher before beginning the black or colored marker

    Tips
    - Use a grid to help you transfer your plan to the board
    - work LIGHTLY
    -
    hold off on lettering until we talk

    Awareness: cartoonlike characters and how they are used

    Vocabulary:   
    caricature, cartoon, magna, anime, super hero   

    Reflection: How does your original idea compare with where you are now with your frame?

    Wednesday, March 28, 2012

    Focus:begin your frame on the mat board

    Tips:
    - Use a grid to help you transfer your plan to the board

    - work LIGHTLY

    Vocabulary: 
      
    frame     border    composition    foreground  middle ground
    background   

    Reflection: How does your original idea compare with where you are now with your frame?

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    Tuesday, March 27, 2012

    Focus:finish planning your comic frame, begin

    Vocabulary: 
      
    frame     border    composition    foreground  middle ground
    background   

    Reflection:  What style comic are you choosing and why?

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    Monday, March 26, 2012

    Focus:finish planning your comic frame, begin

    Vocabulary: 
      
    frame     border    composition    foreground  middle ground
    background   

    Reflection:  What style comic are you choosing and why?

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    Friday, March 23, 2012

    Focus:planning your comic

    Vocabulary: 

    graphic novel

            

    Reflection:  What style comic are you choosing and why?

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    Thursday, March 22, 2012

    Focus:comic figures and how proportions of the body communicate ideas

    Vocabulary: 

    manga       graphic novel    graphic arts     political cartoons
    anime        
    comic                   cartoon        

    Reflection:  What comics have you seen or read?

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    Wednesday, March 21, 2012

    Focus: Gesture sculpture ( drawing )

    Vocabulary: 

    presentation
    3-D
    elements of art: line, form, movement

    Reflection:  What other things could you draw using gestures?



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    Focus: Drawing proportions ( worksheet and gesture drawings)

    Vocabulary: 

    gesture drawing


    Reflection:  How does your worksheet drawing compare with your gesture drawings? Which do you prefer to do?

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    Monday, March 19, 2012

    Focus: Proportions of the body
    How do you measure up?

    Vocabulary: 

    Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man"
    devine proportions
    ideal beauty

    Reflection:
      How does culture influence your sense of beauty?

    The mathematics of beauty





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