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East Lake High School

Visual Arts

Classroom Expectations

2-D Art 3 Honors is an advanced

To follow directions

art class. Previously titled Portfolio,

To be prepared

this course serves as a pre-AP


class. You will be challenged and
will be held to high expectations.

2 - D A RT 3 H ON O R S /
C RE AT IV E P H OTO 2

To be on task
To clean up your work area
To be respectful and responsible

Creative Photo 2 is an advanced


art class. You took and passed
Photo 1 and you are ready to
further your knowledge in the
photography field. You will be
challenged in both 2-D and
Photography.

If you choose not to abide by these


classroom expectations:
1st oense - Verbal Warning
2nd oense - Detention, Parents Notified
3rd oense - Detention, Administration
Involved, Parent Conference
ALL ELEC TRONICS WILL BE UNU SED
AND PUT AWAY UNLESS AU TH ORIZED
BY T HE T EACHER FOR CLASS
RELAT ED PU RPOSES.

Mission Statement
My mission is to develop young learners into

Mr. Rob Golombek


Visual Arts Teacher

GOLOMBEKR@PCSB.ORG

successful students through the visual arts. I


will challenge my students in a unique way
and help them develop their artistic
abilities. Students of East Lake High School
will leave this course with the necessary

East Lake High School 727-942-5419


Art Studio - Room 3-114

skills to embrace their next artistic


challenge.

Required Materials:

Late Work:

Wooden pencil (Drawing pencils encouraged)

I am a firm believer of turning in all work

Art Sketchbook (Purchased through donations)

finished or not, but if you do not turn in

A set of at least 24 colored pencils

work on the due date it is considered late.

Any other art materials you would like to bring


PHOTO : YOU MUST HAVE YOUR OWN
DIGITAL CAMERA. WE WILL NOT BE
USING OUR PHONES AS A CAMERA.

Please speak with me if you left a project at


home, if you were absent several days, or
you lost it and need to start a new one.
Whatever the reason, you need to talk to
me about it so we can get you back on
track. The easiest way to fail this class is by

Attendance Policy:

Course Objectives:

not turning in work. If you are absent on a


All students are expected to attend every class and be

The performance goals for this course are

due date, you are expected to turn in your

ready to give his/her full attention when the bell

based on the Florida Standards for the Visual

work the following day in class.

rings.The only valid excuses for missing class are

Arts in accordance with the Common Core

illness, a family emergency, or an event cleared with

Standards.

the instructor/oce ahead of time. If you do miss a

Upon completion of this course, students


will:
1. Use a variety of materials, tools, and

day, you are required to make up the work. Check with

Students will be challenged to create their

your table mates about what you have missed. You may

own personal work. Their images must

also e-mail me or approach me upon your return.

portray ideas and themes that are not


duplicated/copied from other sources

Grading Policy:

without alteration. Artistic integrity must

techniques of his/her own artwork.


2. Use elements and principles in his/her

Students will be graded on class work, projects,


sketchbook assignments, class participation, and
necessary exams.

own artwork.
3. Create artworks to communicate ideas,
meanings, and/or purpose.
4. Apply criteria to assess the quality of inprogress and finished art work.
5. Analyze and interpret contextual ideas,
meanings, and purposes of art from
diverse cultures and time periods

Artistic Integrity:

Projects are rubric based. Following directions and


turning in a completed work will help get your A
throughout the course.

A = 90 - 100%
B = 80 - 89%
C = 70 - 79%
D = 60 - 69%
F = 0 - 59%

be honored.