Unit I if art is a free, personal expression, why do we need principles to create art?

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Unit I

If art is a free, personal expression, why do we need principles to create art?


3D studio 1


Simoni Limeira-Bonadies


Elements of Art and Principles of Art


2 weeks duration

Common Core/ NGSSS Standard(s):


VA.68.C.1.3 Identify qualities of exemplary artworks that are evident and transferable to the judgment of personal work.

VA.68.F.3.4 Follow directions and complete art tasks in a timely manner to show development of 21st-century skills.

VA.68.S.2.1 Organize the structural elements of art to achieve artistic goals when producing personal works of art.

VA.68.S.2.3 Use visual-thinking and problem-solving skills in a sketchbook or journal to identify, practice, develop ideas, and resolve challenges in the creative process.

VA.68.S.1.4 Use accurate art vocabulary to explain the creative and art-making processes.

VA.68.S.3.1 Use two-dimensional or three-dimensional art materials and tools to understand the potential and limitations of each.

VA.68.S.3.3 Demonstrate understanding of safety protocols for media, tools, processes, and techniques.

VA.68.S.3.5 Apply two-dimensional techniques and media to create or enhance three-dimensional artwork.

Lesson Objective


To provide students with an understanding of the processes involved in creating sculpture as well as study of the defining characteristics of Henry Moore’s sculpture.

The Lesson

Introduction and Lesson Specifics

Bell Work


Essential Question(s)

Who is Keith Haring?

How can I use various materials to create a sculpture?

What is Pop-Art?

Academic Vocabulary

Elements of Art Principles of Design

Thumbnail drawing Movement

Texture Abstract/ Illustration

Media Armature

Pop Art Graffiti



After examining examples of Keith Haring’s work, identify defining characteristics

Students will use thumbnails to plan their sculptures - Know the procedure for contour line drawing. 

Students will create sculptures inspired by Keith Haring’s designs


Verbal questioning by teacher to check for understanding of key vocabulary

Group critique

Lesson Calendar






-Students will watch a short documentary about Keith Haring and his work.

Students will be inspired to draw figures with various movements and create designs for the sculpture surface.

-Teacher leads guided practice of drawing techniques including, using thumbnails and planning.
HOTS How do I plan my final draft?

-Students engaged in independent practice selecting and transferring their drawings to a cardboard.

-Teacher circles the room checking for understanding and providing advice.

HOTS How do I engage in independent practice in my sketchbook to create preliminary drawing?

-Students engaged on independent practice cutting all shapes necessary for their sculpture. When the armature is done, students will paint it observing details of their preliminary sketchbook drawing as a guide.

-Teacher circled the room checking for understanding.

- Students engage in constructive criticism of their classmates’ work by providing a “complement sandwich” – by describing two positive attributes, and one area of preceded improvement using the vocabulary specific to the learning unit.

HOTS How do I engage in constructive criticism of my classmates’ work by providing a “complement sandwich”?

-Students use teacher added “areas of improvement” to form a project completion check list which they crossed off as they finish these tasks toward completion.

-Teacher meet with students individually to discuss their final goals for completion.

HOTS How do I use peer provided and teacher added “areas of improvement” to form a project completion checklist?

Differentiation: Advanced Learners

Independent Research * Peer Tutoring *Complete a series of multiple artworks as a deeper investigation into the unit theme


Remediation/ Modifications

ESE: extra time, restate questions in different words, provide copies of power point, preferential seating

ESOL: extra time, preferential seating, sit ESOL students next to bilingual students when necessary


Absent students will take their journals at home to finish the drawings.

Assessment Evidence

Diagnostic Assessment

Oral Assessment/ Discussion Participation

Formative Assessment

Project-Based Presentation/Assessment

Summative Assessment (Final Project)

Selection Assessment

Other Technology Assessment

Learning Log

Research Paper/Documented Essay

Standardized Test Practice Assessment

Performance Writing Task

Analytical Reading Log/Dialectical Journal

Performance Speaking Task

Exit 3-2-1*

Performance Media Task


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