Unit : Instaprint Lesson : Research Approval and Demo



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Unit : Instaprint Lesson : Research Approval and Demo
Grade Level: 9-12 (Art Foundations 1)

OBJECTIVES

CONCEPTS


SOL’s

AI.3 The student will communicate ideas in works of art by identifying and using steps of an artistic

process, including selecting media and incorporating elements of art and principles of design.

AI.5 The student will employ a variety of subject matter, including cultural or social concepts, to

express ideas in original works of art.
AI.8 The student will select and apply elements of art and principles of design to communicate

meaning in works of art.



National Standards

5. Content Standard: Reflecting upon and assessing the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others: e. correlate responses to works of visual art with various techniques for communicating meanings, ideas, attitudes, views, and intentions
3. Content Standard: Choosing and evaluating a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas: b. apply subjects, symbols, and ideas in their artworks and use the skills gained to solve problems in daily life.



Works of art are successful when using elements or art and principals of design in the artistic process. This will help the artist to better communicate ideas in the work of art.

When creating works of art, you can include meaning which makes a statement to your viewer about social or cultural issues.


You can create subject matter in works of art by applying principals of design. For example, using geometric shapes communicates a different idea or message as opposed to using natural shapes.

Works of art often have meaning and are meant to relay a message to the viewer. The artist can accomplish communicating meanings, ideas, exc. by using various techniques.

An artist can apply subjects, symbols and ideas in their artworks to comment or solve a problem that our community is facing in daily life.




Visuals: teacher examples (prints and brainstorming worksheet)

Supplies and equipment: Brainstorming worksheet, water based soy inks, brayers, paper, textural items, transfer pen, plastic spoon, flat shapes, rolling pin, tape, glue, paintbrush, baking soda, dawn dish soap.
Safety Issues: Make sure there is no ingestion of ink or other supplies.


TEACHING PROCEDURE AND ASSESSMENT




TIME

TEACHER PROCEDURE

STUDENT PROCEDURE

ASSESSMENT




Motivation: Show teacher example, explain meaning and process.



Anticipatory Set:

  1. What is printmaking?


  1. What are some of the artists we talked about last class?



  1. What is the tool that we talked about last class that is used to make prints?




  1. What are some items that you can use to create shape and textures in your prints?

TTW show how to properly roll out a slab of ink. This includes how to use the right amount of ink, setting the brayer rubber side up and how to create a well crafted print.


TTW demonstrate how to create a trace monotype and begin introducing collage and transfer.

TTW walk around, answer any questions and assist students with their brainstorming worksheet.


TTW approve all brainstorming worksheets and plans.


Closure:


  1. What side do you set the brayer down on?




  1. What is the best way to clean up water based inks?


  1. What is the print style called that was demonstrated in class?




  1. Printmaking is the process of making artworks by painting, normally on paper.




  1. Rembrandt, Andy Warhol


  1. A brayer


  1. Plants, bubble wrap, lace, exc.

TSW learn how to properly roll out a slab of ink and create a well crafted trace monotype. This includes how to manage supplies.

TSW will ask questions and participate in class discussion during demonstration.

TSW finalize brainstorming worksheet.

TSW email black and white images to the teacher for transfers.


  1. The brayer should be placed rubber side up.




  1. The best way to clean water based inks is with dish soap and baking soda.



  1. The print style that was demonstrated in class was trace monotypes.

Formative – describe (walking around)

Summative – describe



(test)

Formative/



Summative (grade for worksheet)


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