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Grade 5 Art Lesson Plan

Elements of art:
Line
Shape
Color
Form
Value
Texture
Space

Title: Dream Homes, Outside and Inside

Principles of Design:
Balance
Emphasis
Movement
Unity
Variety
Repetition
Contrast

Method:

Cross Curricular:

Colored Pencil
drawings

Visual Communication and Production TSW

Pencils
Colored
Pencils
White paper

Texture
Pattern
Proportion
Architecture
Cross-section

We are thinking creatively and designing


our dream homes on paper. We are
talking about architecture as a career
and the creative process of designing
buildings and how buildings affect our
lives.

5.3 The student will express personal


ideas, images, and themes through artistic
choices of techniques and subject matter

5.7 The student will use size and


proportion to emphasize spatial
relationships in works of art.

Materials: Key Vocab:

Objectives:

5.2 The student will execute and complete


works of art with attention to detail and
craftsmanship.

5.5 The student will use the following to


express meaning in works of art:
1. Colorstudent-mixed hues, tints,
shades, tones
3. Texturesurface embellishment
6. Patternrepetition to create rhythm

Duration: 2 classes

Students will create finished, colorful,


and highly texturized drawings of their
personal dream homes.

Motivation:
I am looking for a quiet hand to tell me what
title is given to artists who design buildings?
What are they called?
-Architects. Right! Architects are artists who
design and create architecture buildings,
houses, churches, schools, libraries,
restaurants, etc.
Today we are all going to be architects. Who
has ever thought about what your personal
Dream Home would look like? Lets imagine
that you recently found out that a long lost
deceased relative left you with millions of
dollars in inheritance money in their will. You
have plenty of money to build and design the
house of your dreams.
What will the faade look like? The Landscape.
What will the inside look like? The toys, the
kitchen, garage, basement, bedrooms, attic,
hallways, etc.

Art Production/Procedures/Activities:
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Differentiation:
This lesson can be simplified and
adapted to where only the front of
the paper is used and the student
will still understand the meaning of
architecture, architects, and the
importance of pattern and color.
They will also use their imagination
to create artwork that is their own.

Intro
Examples/ Demonstration
- Sketching house frame/ landscape hard with pencil
- Flip paper over and trace on the back - (or inside or
folded paper, +1/2 + )
- Fill in with details textures, textures, textures!
- Color in with colored pencils
Check for understanding
Supply Distributors help pass out paper
Work time/individual help
Cleanup
Review - vocabulary

Check of Understanding:

Observe work habits, question procedures/student wok, review


objectives

Evaluation/Closure:
Assessments, review vocab.; objectives; procedures

Assessments:

Individual Critique, Group Critique, Written Critique/Checklist

Reflection: