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Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)

Lesson
Title/Focus

Inuksut Art Projects #1 & #2

Date

November 26, 2015

Subject/Gra
de Level

Art Grade 2

Time
Duratio
n

90 minutes

Unit

Art

Teacher

DeAndra Sullivan

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES


General
Learning
Outcomes:
Specific
Learning
Outcomes:

MAINFORMSANDPROPORTIONS:Studentswilllearntheshapesofthingsaswellasdevelop
decorativestyles.
Painting: Extend brush skills and further experimentation with the medium so as to
achieve special effects such as textures.
Use preliminary sketches as the basis for a painting, as well as painting directly.
Concept A: 1.Contextual information (geographical, historical, biographical, cultural)
may be needed to understand works of art.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Students will create two Inuksuk art projects using a variety of painting techniques and
will create their own Inuksuks to glue on to their painted background.

ASSESSMENTS
Observations:

Key Questions:

Products/Performan
ces:

Student behavior with others and sharing paint in the art room, working
collaboratively with others
Painting techniques: horizontal brush stroke
What is an Inuksuk?
What are we sponging and what are we painting in lines?
Where do you start painting? (BOTTUM UP)
What side of the Inuksuk do you paint on? (BACKSIDE)
Painted background
Inuksuks (sponge painted AND drawn)
Finished products X2

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED


Alberta Education Program of Studies (Art)

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

Newspaper
Paper x25: large AND Small
Paint blocks: yellow, orange, red, purple
Liquid paint: black, brown, white
Paint brushes
Pencil
Container with water
Glue
Inuksuk printed out on cardstock
Black paper for Inuksuks
Mrs. Coxs Inuksuk

PROCEDURE
Prior to lesson

ENLARGE AND PRINT OUT INUKSUKS ON CARDSTOCK


Set up art room: *Parent volunteer
Newspaper down on tables, paintbrushes out, liquid paint onto lid
(black, brown, white), paint blocks (yellow, orange, red, purple),
paintbrushes, water in container, paper ready, black paper for
Inuksuks
Introduction
Time

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)


Review Inuksuks, could show some pictures from the slideshow.
BRING MRS.CS INUKSUK
Today we are going to make 2 art projects! One will be on this
large paper, and one will be on smaller paper. The larger paper
will look like this: and the smaller paper will look like this:. The
smaller art project is for your Fathers Day Calendars
Body

Learning Activity
#1

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Learning Activity
#2

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Inuksuk Art Project #1


1. PUT NAME ON BACK
2. Paint background in 4 colours: ORANGE, YELLOW, RED,
PURPLE. START FROM THE BOTTOM
3. YOU NEED SOAPY WATER. Make sure there are lots of
little bubbles and that your water looks soapy so that it
is nice and dark for you
4. Take your time and paint in horizontal strokes, do not
paint in lots of directions.
5. Set it on the rack to dry
6. Then, you can sponge your Inuksuk body parts. IT IS
VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU SPONGE PAINT ON THE
BACK? WHY? So you know where to cut the pieces out
on the other side that has black lines to help you cut
7. You can sponge in 2 ways: demonstrate, show pictures.
I will show you this later at one of the tables so you can
see again how to sponge paint
8. You must sponge paint carefully, slowly, always dab
some off first.
Teacher Observation: I will walk around art room and monitor
student work. Teacher questions/mini lecture/class discussion
provide formative feedback on understanding instructions.
Ask students to repeat instructions back to me
Inuksuk Art Project #2
1. NAME ON BACK
2. Paint background: YELLOW to ORANGE to RED. START AT
BOTTOM
3. YOU NEED SOAPY WATER. Make sure there are lots of
little bubbles and that your water looks soapy so that it
is nice and dark for you
4. GO slowly and paint in one direction only! Take your
time
5. When you are done painting your background, put it on
the drying rack
6. Next, you can draw your Inuksuk body parts onto black
paper with your pencil.
7. Think about how you want your body to look before you
draw.
8. You need to draw a head, arms (one long oval), a body
(could be a few skinny ovals) and two legs. Do NOT
make the legs too long
9. Next, you can rip some white paper for the snow on your
picture. Please rip your paper so that it looks like piles of
snow NOT mountains
Teacher Observation: I will walk around art room and monitor
student work. Teacher questions/mini lecture/class discussion
provide formative feedback on understanding instructions.

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

15
minutes

Time

35
minutes

35
minutes

Learning Activity
#3

Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)


Ask students to repeat instructions back to me
LATER IN DAY:
Cut out Inuksuk body parts and glue on to backgrounds:
-Make sure it is sitting in the snow and not on top of the snow.
It needs to look GROUNDED
-Glue on snow

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Consolidation of
Learning:

Sponge
Activity/Activities

Teacher Observation: I will walk around art room and monitor


student work. Teacher questions/mini lecture/class discussion
provide formative feedback on understanding instructions.
Ask students to repeat instructions back to me
Closure
Clean up Art Room, Observe or help others
Review what we will be doing later in the day to finish them up!
What will we be doing later today to finish up our art
projects?

Time
5 minutes

When finished, if done early, can help to clean up the Art Room.
Students may help others if they require assistance.
What went well:

What did not go well:

What to improve on for next time:

Self/TA Evaluation:
My TA said:

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe