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Sorce 1

SCOPE OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN


Lesson Title Op Art
Day 1 3 of 3
Objectives/Assessments/Adaptations
Objective

Pre- Assessment

Formative Assessment

Adaptations

Objective 1: Students
will create a five step
value scale and
successfully identify
the shadow, highlight
and midtone values.

Instructor will ask


students to define
grayscale.

Students will view a


presentation about
grayscales and
complete a five step
value scale activity.

Instructor will ask


prompting questions
and clarify upon
request.

Instructor will ask


students if they have
used a ruler before.

Students will use a


ruder to accurately
measure a 2inch by
2inch grid on their
paper

Instructor will
demonstrate and clarify
upon request.

Students will have


created a five step
value scale to practice
achieving different
values.

Students will use their


2inch by 2inch grid and
their five step value
scale activity to create
an original work of art

Instructor will circulate


the room and remain
available for assistance.

9.1.3.A: Know and use


the elements and
principles of each art
form to create works in
the arts and humanities.
Elements
Visual Arts: color
form/shape line
space texture value
Principles
Visual Arts: balance
contrast
emphasis/focal point
movement/rhythm
proportion/scale
repetition
unity/harmony
Objective 2: Students
will construct a two
inch by two inch grid.
M6.B.2.1.1: Use or
read a ruler to measure
to the nearest 1/16 inch
or millimeter.
Students will employ
the use of at least five
different values to
create their final
project.

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Sorce 2
9.1.3.B: Recognize,
know, use and
demonstrate a variety
of appropriate arts
elements and principles
to produce, review and
revise original works in
the arts.
Visual Arts: paint
draw craft sculpt
print design for
environment,
communication, multimedia

Lesson Body
Anticipatory Set Students will view a powerpoint presentation about value scales and
participate in a discussion about highlight, shadow and midtone.
Procedures

Students will enter the room quietly

Students will view a powerpoint presentation about value scales

Students will identify the highlight, shadow and midtone on the powertpoint

Instructor will pass out a value scale worksheet

Students will complete the value scale activity


o Start with lightest light and darkest dark
o Fill in midtone
o Fill in other values

Students will assist with the distribution of supplies


o Pencils
o Rulers
o Paper

Instructor will demonstrate how to make a two inch by two inch grid on paper

Students will count the letters in their first and last name to determine how large
their grid should be
o Add 1
o First name across the top
o Last name down the left hand side

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Students will use paper , pencils and ruler to create a grid

Student will write name in all capital letters in first block of grid

Students will assist with cleaning up supplies

*Anticipated end of day 1

Students will enter room quietly

Students will review what they learned in the previous class

Students will assist with the distribution of supplies


o Paper
o Value scales
o Pencils
o Rulers
o Erasers

Instructor will demonstrate how to fill the grid with intersecting letters

Students will use pencil to fill the grid with the letters of their name

Students will use ebony pencil to fill the shapes in each block with different gray
values

Students will assist with the collection of materials

*Anticipated end of Day 2

Day 3 is a work day

Students will distribute materials


o Paper
o Pencils
o Grayscales

Students will review highlight, shadow and midtone with instructor

Students will use class time to work on their projects

Students will cut off the extra grid once their project is complete

Students will mount project on black construction paper

Students will assist with cleaning up supplies

Closure
Day 1: What is a grayscale?
Day 2: What is a midtone? Highlight? Shadow?
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Day 3: How many different values did you use in your project?
Clean-up At the end of each day, students will assist with collecting all supplies and
returning them to their rightful place in the classroom. Students will ensure that their
work area is clean before they leave the classroom
Independent Practice N/A
Safety Considerations Students will use materials safely.

APPENDIX
Rubric
1
Student did not
participate.

2
Student showed
limited interest
in participating
in class

Behavior

Student
misbehaved
during class and
was not on task
during work
time

Student spent
most of their
time in class off
task or
misbehaving

5 step Value
Scale

Student did not


complete a 5
step value scale

Students 5 step
value scale is
incomplete.

Participation

EUP Art Education Instructional Plan Format

3
Student
participated in
class

4
Student
participated in
class and gave
thoughtful
responses to
instructors
questions
Student used
their work time
wisely and did
not have to be
reminded to stay
on task during
class

Student spent
the majority of
work time
completing their
project. There
were some
instances when
student had to be
reminded to stay
on task
Students value
Student
scale is complete complete a 5
but the values
step value scale

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are inaccurate
Final Project Concept

Student did not


complete project

Student began
project, but
project is
incomplete

Student showed
some
understanding of
concept

Final ProjectCraft

Student did not


complete project

Student began
project, but
project is
incomplete

Student showed
decent craft in
the execution of
their project

and the values


are accurate
Students project
is complete and
shows complete
understanding of
concept
Students project
is complete and
demonstrates
excellent craft.

Supplemental Instructional Tools


Powerpoint
Value Scale worksheet
Self-reflection

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