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For Week of 5/10 - Last Week!

 

Art is a participation class.

ALL CLASSES - If you would like a higher grade due to absences, please submit  extra credit artwork done at home.  Or, you can write a 3 paragraph paper on a favorite piece of artwork.  Can email me artwork or bring to class.  

 

                             SmithvillePainting -

Tuesday & Thursday Block 4 / Upstairs in the donut room

5/10 

Art Lab -  Projects due

 

    

Advertising & Art -

5/4 - Presentation of Food Truck


Middle School Art

Showing movement with lines

        

Platte City - Friday - 

  Early Out - No Art this week

  Thanks for sharing your creative moments with me. 

       

Virtual Learning Options:

folded pictures 

http://mydomesticart.blogspot.com/2016/12/kids-art-folded-paper-drawings.html?spref=pi 

Colored Pencil Letters

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wldr7DZEMlk

Lots of options - pick one

https://d6arts.spart6.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1004600&type=d&pREC_ID=1857951 

Doodle for Google is open again.  The theme is: "I take care of myself by..."  I will mail for you on March 1st. 

 

 

Wanted:

Paper Towels for school

 

How I GRADE:

Artwork and Creativity is as unique and different as we are as individuals.  I want my students to explore their own creativity and experiment but at the same time learn new techniques and be actively engaged a Fine Art elective.  For grading, Art is mainly a participation class.  I use the following acrostic for grading purpose and often use these letters in the grade book if I took away participation points due to behavior.

A = Actively Engaged

Was the student actively engaged a majority of the class time?  Did the student follow the directions and meet the goals of the lesson?

R = Respect

Was the student respectful of fellow students, the teacher and our building?

T = Tools

Did the student use our resources wisely and take care of them? This includes clean up. Did they safely use our art tools?