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Art Lesson 1 Shading (90 Minutes)

General  A Creative Experience: Examining and exploring a variety of visual

Outcome(s) communication forms and purposes
Specific  Depiction/C4/E: Shapes can be abstracted or reduced to their essence
Outcome(s)  Depiction/C4/F: Shapes distorted for special reasons
Learning Students will:
Intentions  Create their own optical illusion through shapes and shading (Creating)

Stage 2: Assessment Evidence

Formative  Are students actively Summative N/A
Assessment participating in class and are Assessment
creatively thinking of ways to
make an optical illusion

Stage 3: Learning Experience

Prior to Students will have Resources to
Lesson: experience in shading and Bring: lessons/arthistory/op-art-shaded-
using colors and shapes to shapes-lesson/
create abstract art  Paper
 Pencils
 Shading materials
Time: Content/Description Notes/Materials
10:30am- Introduction:
10:35am  Ask the students if any of them know what an optical
illusion is?
o It is when something plays tricks on your eyes it is
called an optical illusion. Op Art is artwork that
plays tricks on our eyes
10:35am- Activity 1: Google Optical Illusion
10:40am  Show some examples of optical illusions so the students
understand what an illusion is

10:40am- Activity 2: Creating an Optical Illusion

12:10pm 
shapes-lesson/ (this is a guideline for what the students will
be creating)
 Get the students to follow along
 Give students a piece of paper and tell them to write their
name on the back

Activity 3: Step One

 Draw a curved line in the middle of the page and place 8-10
dots across the line

Activity 4: Step Two

 Connect the dots

Activity 5: Step Three

 Repeat the shape

Activity 6: Step Four

 Shade and outline, then color

Activity 7: Step Five

 Pick 3-4 colors
 Color and shade the shapes to create an optical illusion
 Get them to clean up and put all their materials away