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ART 2 LESSONS
Art 2 Lessons
The Daily Activities Are Listed On The Calendar Below.  See Abbreviated Lessons Below The Calendar For Details On The Daily Activities.
The calendars from previous months are at the bottom of this page.

There are weekly sketchbook assignments that are not listed here.
1.  Bow Sketch including the definition of Balance and listing what type of balance you used in the picture.  (Either Symmetrical, Asymmetrical or Radial)
2.  Egg Sketch including the definition of Harmony and Emphasis.  Be prepared to tell the teacher how you achieved harmony in your sketch and what the main emphasis is, both dominant and subordinate.  

August 2015

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

8/12

8/13

8/14

8/17  9th graders and new students report.

8/18  1st day for all students.


8/19

8/20


8/21

8/24


8/25  
8/26  
8/27

8/28


8/31

September 2015

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8/31
9/1
9/2
9/3
9/4
9/7 Labor Day - No School
9/8  

9/9  1/2 Day of School

9/10  

9/11

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9/30




For Information about the New Mexico Art Standards:


Assignment:  Painting the Graduation Backdrop

Objective:  To learn the steps used to create a large scale mural.  To practice painting skills.  

Activities:  The students will be assigned a section or sections of the graduation backdrop to check for accuracy and then to paint.  Please wear old clothes!!!

Materials/Resources:  House paint, paint brushes, prints of the graduation backdrop, etc...

Evaluation:  



Assignment: Stencil Small Masterpiece  (Project #21)

Art 1 - Stencil Project (Time Limit - 3 class periods total.  Due Tuesday February 24th)
Historical Examples:
  • 2.  21715_74341_1.pngBansky -  From  http://www.stencilrevolution.com/banksy-art-prints/
  •  Objective:  To create a work of art that includes the use of a stencil.  To study the stencil work of Moses Eaton and other early american stencilers.  To learn some of the symbolism of early american images.   (For more current examples of stencil “art”, research Bansky)
  • Activities: Do an image search and view stencil art by both Moses Eaton and Banksy.  Know the difference between art and vandalism. Create a stencil using thick paper and scissors.  Print the stencil in a work of art using left over acrylic paint and a paint brush.  Fulfill all requirements for your class level.
  • Materials:  Thick paper, scissors, acrylic paint, paint brushes, etc...
  • Art 1 Requirements:  Use a minimum of 1 stencil and finish the page somehow.
  • Art 2 Requirements:  Use a minimum of 2 stencils and finish the page somehow.
  • Art 3 Requirements:  Use a stencil/s and create either a series of 3 related prints or a limited edition of 3 pictures printed the same way.  
  • Dual Credit 1 Requirements:  Use a stencil/s and create either a series of 3 related prints or a limited edition of 3 pictures printed the same way.  It must be finished with Mixed Media!
  • Dual Credit 2 Requirements:  Use a stencil/s and create either a series of 3 related prints or a limited edition of 3 pictures printed the same way.  It must be finished with Mixed Media and include a word/s.
  • Vocabulary:
  • Art Criticism - An organized approach for studying a work of art.  It has four stages: description, analysis, interpretation and judgement.
  • Description - A list of all the things you see in the work of art.
  • Analysis - In art criticism, the step in which you discover how the principles of art are used to organize the art elements of line, color, shape, form, space, and texture.  In art history, the step in which you determine the style of the work.   
  • Interpretation - In art criticism, the step in which you explain or tell the meaning or mood of the work.  In art history, the step in which you do research about the artist.   
  • Judgment - In art criticism, the step in which you determine the degree of artistic merit.  In art history, the step in which you determine if the work has made an important contribution to the history of art.   
  • Thumbnail Sketches - A small sketch used to plan the composition of a work of art.
  • Composition - The way the principles of art are used to organize the elements of art.
  • Space -  The element of art that refers to the emptiness or area between, around, above, below, or within objects.  Shapes and forms are defined by space around and within them.
  • Positive Space - Shapes or forms in two- and three-dimensional art.  Empty spaces surrounding them are called negative spaces or ground.
  • Negative Space - The empty spaces surrounding shapes and forms.  The shape and size of negative spaces affect the interpretation of positive spaces.  Negative spaces are also called ground.  
  • Emphasis - Principle of art that makes one part of a work dominant over the other parts.  The element noticed first is called dominant.  The elements noticed later are called subordinate.  


  • Grading Criteria:
  • 1.  Did the student create a stencil/s and use it creatively in a work of art?
  • 2.  Did the student fulfill all requirements for their class level?
  • 3.  Good Craftsmanship?
  • 4.  Well thought out design?
  • 5.  Did the student finish on time?
  • 6.  Is the main emphasis easy to determine?
  • 7.  Does the art work have more than one layer?


Project: #20  Hierarchical Proportions Picture  
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Example by Jed.
Objective:  To learn the principle of Proportion.  To use proportion similar to the technique that the Egyptians used to show the hierarchy of their culture.

Activities:  Create a picture that contains at least five items that are important in your life.  Use hierarchical proportions to show which item is the most important.  Each of the 5 items should gradually become smaller depending on importance.

Materials/Resources:  12X18 white drawing paper, pencil, the media is the choice of the student.

Evaluation:  1.  Did the student use the entire page?  2.  Was hierarchical proportions used?  3.  Is the picture finished?  4.  Good craftsmanship?

Project: #19   Egyptian Questions       
Objective:  To learn about Egyptian Art and Hierarchical Proportions.

Activities:  Read pages 160 - 161 in the Art In Focus Book.  Answer 5 questions about what you learned from the reading.

Materials/Resources:  Art In Focus Book, 5 questions given in class, paper, pencil

Evaluation:  Correct responses to all 5 questions.

Assignment #18:  Chiaroscuro Computer Assignment

Objective:  To learn the term Chiaroscuro and use it in an assignment (#7 below)

Activities:  1.  Define Chiaroscuro.  Please write the definition in your sketchbook.  This is a grade.
2.  Do an image search for Chiaroscuro.
3.  Choose an image that represents Chiaroscuro that you find interesting and personally like.
4.  Do a screen shot of the image and paste it into an email.  (Screen Shot = Command, Control, Shift and 4)  (Paste = Command v)
5.  Type a couple of sentences explaining why you think it is interesting and why you like it.  
        (If you don't like Chiaroscuro, explain why you don't like it instead.)
6.  Email your picture and response to me.  Sherri Smith.
7.  Extra Credit - include the name of the artist who did the work of art and the medium or media.

Materials/Resources:  Computer and sketchbook.

Evaluation: Correct definition and example of chiaroscuro.


Project:  #17  Scratch Board  
Objective:  To learn to use the reductionist technique for creating a scratchboard.

Activities:  Create a small picture to be used on a scratchboard.  Transfer it to the scratchboard and then scratch the black off to reveal the white underneath, and therefore, create a picture.

Materials/Resources:  scratch paper, scratchboards, scratching tools, pens, pencils, etc.

Evaluation:  Did the student use good craftsmanship?  Did they scratch at least _ of the black off of the board?  Is it the student’s best work? Etc.


Assignment #16: Pop Art Picture   

Project:   Pop Art Picture    
   Example by Lance

Objective:  To learn/review color schemes.  To learn about Pop Art and the art work of Andy Warhol.  To evaluate the historical art styles and create a picture in the style of Andy Warhol and Pop Art.

Activities:
1.  Take the pre-test on color schemes below.  
  •  Define and turn in the color schemes that you got incorrect on the pre-test.   
  • Do an image search of pop art and Andy Warhol.
  • Send an email to Ms. Smith including the following items:
  • Explain what you like or dislike about Pop Art.
  •   Read at least 5 definitions for Pop Art online.  Choose the one that you think fits the images you viewed and write it in your sketchbook and attach it in the email to Ms. Smith.
  • If you were to create an pop art picture, list three possible subjects that you would choose.
  • Create an image from today’s popular culture (Pop Art) and trace it 4 times on a large paper. (Choose textured or smooth paper.)  
  • 6.  Use a different color scheme to color each of the four pictures with either chalk or oil pastels.  (Turpenoid can be used with the oil pastels.)
  • 7.  Label the color schemes on the back with pencil.
  • Materials/Resources:  Art Talk Book, Scholastic Art magazine, Pencils, 9"x6" white paper, 12"x18" white paper, colored pencil, chalk pastels or oil pastels, unscented Turpenoid, paintbrushes, etc.
  • Evaluation:
  • Did the student do his/her best work?  
  • Are the color schemes labeled correctly?  
  • 3. Good craftsmanship?  
  • Good composition?   
  • etc.
  • Pre-Test
  • Match the term to the correct colors.
  • 1. Monochromatic                                                Red, Yellow and Blue         
  • 2. Polychromatic                                        Blue and Orange
  • 3. Complimentary                                        Red, Pink, Brick Red
  • 4. Analogous                                    Black, White, Gray
  • 5. Neutral                                      Red, Orange, Yellow
  • 6. Primary                                      Green, Orange and Violet
  • 7. Secondary                                    Red, Blue, Orange and Green
  • 8. Warm                                         Blue, Green and Violet
  • 9. Cool                                         Yellow, Yellow-Green and Green


  • Standards:
  • Standard 1: Learn and develop skills and meet technical demands unique to visual arts.
  • Benchmark 1A: Explore and understand the elements of art (color, form, line, shape, space, texture and value) and principles of design (balance, contrast, emphasis, movement, pattern, proportion, repetition, rhythm, unity and variety) and what makes them effective in solving specific art problems and artistic intentions
  • Benchmark 1B: Show skill, confidence and sensitivity in applying knowledge of art media and techniques to the production of art work.
  • Standard 3: Integrate understanding of visual arts by seeking connections and parallels among arts disciplines as well as other content areas.
  • Benchmark 3A: Create art work that demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between selected subjects, symbols, images and design concepts from specific historic and cultural contexts among the arts.
  • Benchmark 3B: Examine how specific works are created, and how they relate to historical and cultural contexts, science and the humanities.
  • Standard 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the dynamics of the creative process.
  • Benchmark 4A: Analyze the qualities and characteristics of various art, media, techniques and processes that influence the creative process.
  • Standard 6: Show increased awareness of diverse peoples and cultures through visual and performing arts.
  • Benchmark 6A: Describe uses and explore the meaning of art objects within diverse cultures, times and geographic locations.
  • Benchmark 6B: Identify the characteristics and purposes of the historical and cultural contexts of selected pieces of art.
  • Standard 7:  Demonstrate knowledge about how technology and invention have historically influenced artists and offered new possibilities for expression.
  • Benchmark 7A: Evaluate the role of invention and technology on art, directly and indirectly.

Assignment #15: Artifacts Theme Show - "Text Messages"

Objective:  To participate in a professional show at a local art gallery.  For the students to gain exposure as artists.  For students to get the experience of showing at an art gallery and learn all the expectations involved in showing professionally.  

Activities:  Create a work of art using the theme "Text Messages".  

Materials/Resources:  An 8" or a 12" square textured board, and media of the students choosing.  The best media for the textured boards is acrylic paint, but pastels, watercolors and ink seem to work okay also.  

Evaluation:  1.  Does the work of art somehow match the theme of "Text Message"?  2.  Did the student use good craftsmanship?  3.  Is it the students best work?  Etc.   


Project:  #14  Impressionist Painting
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Example by Celena.
Objective:  To learn to paint in the Impressionist style.

Activities:  Paint a picture of everyday events or objects.  Use the Impressionist style of painting using dabs of paint.  Layer the paint.

Materials/Resources:  Canvas, Acrylic Paint, pencil, tape, wooden board, paintbrushes, etc.

Evaluation:  1.  Did the student use the entire canvas and have good composition?  2.  Did the student paint in the Impressionist style?  3. Is the painting the students best work?  etc.

Project: #13  Impressionist Questions
Objective:  To learn about the history of Impressionist artists.

Activities:  Read about Impressionism in the Art in Focus Book.  Answer the 7 questions below about what was read on Impressionism.  

Materials/Resources:  Art in focus Book, pencil, paper, copy of questions handed out in class.

Evaluation:  Correct answers on the questions.

Impressionist Questions     Art In Focus Book.  Pages 480 - 488
1. How did the impressionist artists like to work?  (Multiple Choice)
a.  From photographs in their studios.
b.  Out doors from real life scenes.
c.  From their imagination.
d.  From sketches in their studios.
2.  What effect did they try to capture in their paintings?
3.  Where did the title impressionism come from and why do you think it was given?
4.  What are the two major influences to Impressionist artists?
5.  Why were the two items from question #4 influences?
6.  What was the subject of many of Mary Cassatt's paintings?
7.  Why were Auguste Rodin's sculptures similar to impressionist paintings?


Assignment 12:  Imitation metal embossing for Festival of Trees.  (Nov. 22 only)

Objective: To create a collaborative work of art for a community fundraiser.  

Activities: Each class will be given a small activity to complete and when put together, will create a collection of collaborative imitation metal "ornaments"

Materials/Resources:  Mat board, old packaging materials, glue, stickers, scissors, etc...

Evaluation:  Participation and did the student do the step they were assigned correctly.  


Assignment 11: Francis  Bacon Research  (A one day assignment!)

Objective:  Learn about a historical artist: Francis Bacon.  Learn about Christies Art Auctions and the amount of money a historical work of art can fetch.  

Activities:  Using computers, read news articles about the record winning sale of Francis Bacon's triptych entitled "Three Studies of Lucian Freud".   Answer as many of the "W" questions as possible.  Who (Who painted it, who bought it, who was Lucian Freud, etc.)  What (What was the work made with, what is in the painting, etc.) When (When was it sold, when was it painted, when was the artist born, when did the artist die, etc.)  Where (Where did the artist come from, where did he paint the painting, where was it sold, etc.)  Why (Why is the painting so valuable, why would anyone spend 142.4 million to buy it, why did the artist paint it, etc.)

Materials/Resources:  Computer and sketchbooks to write your answers in!

Evaluation:  The more of the "W" questions that you answer, the better your grade will be!


Assignment 10:  Backdrop Contest
Objective:  to create an entry for this year’s backdrop contest.

Activities:  Choose one of the thumbnail sketches and draw it on large paper making sure that it will catch the viewer’s attention through the use of color, detail, and good composition.

Materials/Resources:  Large white paper (6"X18") and the students choice of media.

Evaluation:  Did the student use good composition, does it catch the viewer’s eye, does it have good craftsmanship, is the picture completely finished including coloring or shading, etc…

Standards: 1A1, 1B1, 1C1, 1D1


Assignment #9:   Altered Sentence with Illustration.

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Objective:  To integrate English into the art curriculum.  To learn about book illustration.  To introduce deconstructionist sketchbooks.  

Activities:  Take 2 or more pages out of a discarded book (or photocopy pages out of a book)  Adhere the pages onto a large white paper, create a sentence out of existing words on the pages adhered onto the paper.  Illustrate the sentence that was created in a mixed media approach.  Please review the requirements and the list of additional items below.

Requirements:
  1. Must have pages adhered to the paper in some fashion.
  2. Must have a sentence made out of words on one or more of the pages adhered.
  3. Must illustrate the sentence in an understandable way.
  4. Must have stitches of some sort in the final work of art.
  5. Must include a window, door, or pocket to hide something.
  6. Must have some paint somewhere in the final work of art.
Must include personal writing in the final work of art.  Even if the writing is partially obscured.  
 
Additional things that might be of interest:
  1. Rubber stamps
  2. Hole punch
  3. Decorative papers
  4. Clear wide tape to transfer Xerox copies
  5. Tape
  6. Stickers
  7. String
  8. Buttons
  9. Any miscellaneous paper such as movie tickets, maps, fast food napkins, the sky is the limit.
  10. Photocopies of favorite photos
  11. Playing cards
  12. Greeting cards
  13. Puzzle pieces
  14. Postcards
  15.  Â Etc.  Etc.  Etc.

Materials/Resources:  Pages from discarded books, large paper, paint, glue, string, needle, and additional items of the students choosing.  

Evaluation:  Were the requirements of the assignment completed?  Good craftsmanship.  Does the illustration fit the sentence?  Is the sentence easy to read and understand?  etc.


9/11 one day activity:
Assignment #8:          9/11

Objective: To create a work of art that when viewed can be seen as a memorial to a specific event or cause.  

Activities:  View pictures of the 911 memorial.  Create a small 4 inch picture of the numbers 911.  Finish it by coloring, shading, etc.  Sign your name (first, last, or initials) on the bottom right corner of the picture.  

Materials/Resources: 4 inch squares of white paper, colored pencils, markers, pencil, etc.

Evaluation:  1. Was the picture completed in one class period?  2. Is the picture appropriate for a memorial?  3.  Does the picture have good craftsmanship?  etc...


Assignment #7: Genetic Engineered Creature  (Do 3 planning sketches in sketchbook!)


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Objective:  To learn about copyright rules.  To use pictures as references only to learn how to draw something, not as something that is copied.  To learn how to use charcoal.  To practice using the element of value.  

Activities:  Draw three sketches of different creatures.  To create the creatures, take  3 or more mammals, insects, reptiles, fish, etc, and combine them to make a single creature.  Take the best sketch and draw it on good middle value charcoal paper.  Add value to the pictures using black and white charcoal.

Materials/Resources: Middle value charcoal paper, black charcoal, white charcoal, blending stumps, kneaded erasers,  sketchbooks, reference pictures.

Evaluation:  Did the student draw three sketches first?  Did the student use the reference pictures correctly without copying?  Did the student include all light, medium, and dark values? Good Craftsmanship?  etc...

Standards:
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Project: #6    Paleolithic Questions
Objective:To learn about the origins of art in Paleolithic cave painting.

Activities: Answer 5 questions on what they learned about Paleolithic art after reading Pages 128-132 in the Art in Focus book.

Materials/Resources: 5 Questions provided by the teacher, and an Art in Focus book.

Evaluation:  Correct responses to all 5 questions.

Standards:
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Assignment #5: "If Lost" contact page in sketchbook  (Started 8/29)

Objective:  To practice composition with words.  To protect the hand made sketchbooks by making sure the students names are written on their inside covers.

Activities:  On either the inside front or back cover of your sketchbook, draw a picture and in the picture include information about the owner of the book.  This should be some sort of contact information like a cell phone #, P.O Box # or FHS.  This will allow the person finding the sketchbook to return it to it's owner without the person being able to physically find the owner.  (For safety reasons.)  Finish the work of art in a media of your choice.

Materials/Resources:  Hand bound sketchbook, and media of the students choice.

Evaluation:  Did the student use good composition?  Did they include contact information?  Did the student "finish" the picture?  Etc.



Assignment:  #4  Hand Bound Sketchbook

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Examples of the Sketchbook assignment.

Objective:  To create a sketchbook that can be used in class.

Activities:  Hand bind a book that will be used as a sketchbook for in class assignments and for homework.  Create this book in class.

Materials/Resources:  White Drawing Paper (18 sheets folded in half), string, needles, matt board, decorative papers, yes paste, wax paper, etc.

Evaluation:  1.  Did the student follow the verbal directions given in class.  2.  Good craftsmanship must be used.


Project:  #3  Vocabulary Principles of Design Definitions  
Objective:  To learn terminology related to art, specifically the 8 principles of design.

Activities:  Define the 8 principles of design.  Proportion, Movement, Unity, Variety, Emphasis, Rhythm, Harmony, and Balance.

Materials/Resources: paper, pencil, and the Art Talk book.

Evaluation: 1.  Are the definitions correct?  2.  Did the student write down the entire definition?


Assignment:  #2   SKETCH BOOK ASSIGNMENTS   (Done weekly.)

Objective:  To practice drawing from life and drawing 3-D objects.

Activities:  Part 1.   DRAWING
Week 1 – Week 3.   Draw the object/s provided in class every week.  Draw large and think about composition.  At least one of the objects must be drawn, although you may draw as many as you want to create a better composition.   These drawings should be done for the first 5 minutes of class every day and should be drawn in your sketchbook.  (If your sketchbook is unavailable for some reason, it should be drawn on a 9X12 white sheet of paper.)   These drawings should include as much detail as possible, and fill an entire two page spread.

Due Date:  These will be graded every Friday in class.  

Evaluation:  1. Quality.  2. Craftsmanship.  3. Composition.  
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Activities: Part 2.  FINISHING
Week 4 and 5.  Take one of the 3 drawings done in class over the previous 3 weeks and finish it in a creative way.    You must include writing in the final picture.  It can be in the form of individual words, full sentences, full paragraphs, full essays, etc.  Think of experimenting with unique materials and techniques. The original drawing must show somewhere in the picture but it does not have to show completely.

Due Date: These will be graded on Friday at the end of the 5th week.  Then the project will be started over again.  

Materials/Resources:  Sketchbook, pencil or pen, and object provided by teacher every week.  Choice of Media for week 4 and 5.

Evaluation:  1. Quality.  2. Craftsmanship.  3. Composition.  4. Creativity.  5. The use of different media. Late assignments will lose 10 points if turned in the next week.    (Each project is worth 100 points.)

Standards Covered:

Project:  #1  Pre-Test  (started on 8/16)  

Objective:  To help the teacher gain information about each student's knowledge and ability in art.

Activities:  Complete the written test handed out in class.

Materials/Resources:  A copy of the pre-test, white paper and pencil.

Evaluation:  Did the student try to do the test to the best of their ability and knowledge?



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May 2015

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April 2015

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4/1   BACK DROP and Kaleidoscope
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4/6  BACK DROP and Kaleidoscope
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4/13  BACK DROP and Kaleidoscope
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4/20   BACK DROP and Kaleidoscope
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4/27  BACK DROP
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March 2015

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11 Testing
12 Testing
13  Testing
16 Start painting the graduation backdrop!  (
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February 2015

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2  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.

Sketchbook Assignment - Bow
3  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
4  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
5  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
6  Try to Finish Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting by Today!
9  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.

Computer Assignment on Balance!

Bow Sketch including definition of Balance and what type of balance you used: Symmetrical, Asymmetrical or Radial.
10  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
11  No School - Professional Day for Teachers.
12  Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
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Pop Up Cards
13  No School- Parent Teacher Conferences.
16  No School - Holiday
17 Make sure to finish the Computer Assignment on Balance!

Sketch of clip including definition of Movement
18    Sketch of clip including definition of Movement
19  Stencil Small Masterpiece  (Project #21)
20  Stencil Small Masterpiece  (Project #21)
23  Stencil Small Masterpiece  (Project #21)
24  Matt Small Picture

Submit To Blended Zine.
25  Matt Small Picture

Submit To Blended Zine.
26  Matt Small Picture

Submit To Blended Zine.
27 Matt Small Picture

Blended Zine Submissions Due!


January 2015

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

1/1  No School
1/2  No School
1/5  No School.  Teacher work day.
1/6  Do Impressionist questions (Assignment #13 Below.)  

Sketch Using Harmony
1/7  Choose a picture to paint.  Your own photographs work best.  
1/8  Get Canvas.  Finish Questions, choose a picture.
1/9  Power Point and demonstration on Impressionism.  Start drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  Remember to tape down your canvas.  
1/12  Start drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  Remember to tape down your canvas.  
1/13   Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/14   Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/15  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/16  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/19  No School.
1/20  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/21  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/22  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/23  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
1/26  Start the theme artwork for Artifacts gallery.  
If not finished, continue drawing and painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
(Project #14 Below)
1/27  Continue the theme artwork for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)
Start Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
1/28  Continue the theme artwork for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)

Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
1/29  Continue the theme artwork for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)

Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.
1/30  Continue the theme artwork for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)

Continue Abstract/Non-Representational Research, Definitions and Painting.


December 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
12/1  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/2   Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/3  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/4  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/5  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/8  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/9  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/10  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/11  Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)
12/12  Finals Review Day
Back Drop Contest (Assignment #10 Below)  Finish All Assignments!!!
12/15  Finals
12/16  Finals
12/17 Finals
12/18  Finals
12/29  Finals Make Up Day
12/22  No School
12/23  No School
12/24  No School
12/25  No School
12/26  No School
12/29  No School
12/30  No School
12/31  No School
1/1 No School
1/2  No School


November 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
11/3  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)

11/4  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/5 Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/6  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/7  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/10
11/11
11/12  Half Day
11/13  Sub
11/14  Sub
11/17

11/18
11/19
11/20
11/21
11/24  No School
11/25  No School
11/26  No School
11/27  No School
11/28  No School


October 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9/30  Late Start Schedule.
Start Finishing one of the first 3 sketches.  You can paint, shade hatch, crosshatch, color, etc...

Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
10/1
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)

If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.
10/2
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)

If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.
10/3
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  
10/6  Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.
10/7  
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.
10/8

Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  
10/9
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  

Genetic Engineered Creature Due TODAY!
10/10
First Finished Sketch Due today (finish one of the first 3 sketches by coloring, shading, crosshatching, painting, etc.... Either the Toy Soldier,


10/13  Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.

Paint 3 Two Page Spreads In Your Sketchbook.

Start Back Drop Cotest when finished with all other Q1 assignments.  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/14 Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.

Paint 3 Two Page Spreads In Your Sketchbook.

Start Back Drop Cotest when finished with all other Q1 assignments.  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/15 Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.

Paint 3 Two Page Spreads In Your Sketchbook.

Start Back Drop Cotest when finished with all other Q1 assignments.  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/16  Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.

Paint 3 Two Page Spreads In Your Sketchbook.

Start Back Drop Cotest when finished with all other Q1 assignments.  (Assignment #10 Below)

10/17  NO SCHOOL
10/20  END OF THE NINE WEEKS.  Genetic Engineered Creature Due TODAY!
(Finish any quarter 1 projects.)

Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/21    Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/22    Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/23   Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)

10/24   Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/27  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)

10/28  Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/29    Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/30   Continue on Back Drop Contest  (Assignment #10 Below)
10/31  No School-Parent Teacher Conferences.



September 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9/1  Finish Definitions, Sketchbooks, Toy Soldier and Car Sketches, and Paleolithic Questions.
9/2  Finish Definitions, Sketchbooks, Toy Soldier and Car Sketches, and Paleolithic Questions.
9/3  Finish Definitions, Sketchbooks, Toy Soldier and Car Sketches, and Paleolithic Questions.
9/4  Finish Definitions, Sketchbooks, Toy Soldier and Car Sketches, and Paleolithic Questions.
9/5  Start "If Lost Page"  (Assignment #5 Below)
9/8 Continue "If Lost Page" (Assignment #5 Below)
9/9  Continue "If Lost Page" (Assignment #5 Below)
9/10  Continue "If Lost Page" (Assignment #5 Below)
9/11  Draw a perfect 5 pointed star using a compass and protractor.
9/12  Continue "If Lost Page" (Assignment #5 Below)  DUE TODAY!
9/15  Start Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/16  Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/17  Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/18  Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/19  NO SCHOOL.
9/22 Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/23 Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
Announced Artifacts themed show "Under the Influence" (Of Master Studies
9/24 Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/25  Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/26  Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/29  Sub Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)
9/30 Late Start Schedule.
Continue Genetic Engineered Creature (Assignment #7 Below)


August 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8/13
New Student Orientation
8/14
All Students.
Read Handbook.

8/15
Go over syllabus.
Start Pre-Test
(Project #1)
Definitions of the Principles of Design. (Project #3)
Sketch of Toy Soldier. (Project #2 below.  Due Friday)

8/18
Start sewing Sketchbooks.
(Project #4 Below)

Work on toy soldier sketch (#2 below)
8/19
Continue sewing Sketchbooks.
(Project #4 Below)

Work on toy soldier sketch (#2 below)
8/20
Continue sewing Sketchbooks.

8/21
Continue Creating Sketchbooks.
8/22
Continue Creating Sketchbooks.



Toy Soldier Sketch Due Today!
8/25

Start making sketchbook covers.

Start toy car sketch (#2 below)
8/26
Continue sketchbook covers.
8/27
Continue sketchbook covers.
8/28
Continue sketchbook covers.
Start "If lost page" (Assignment #5 below)
8/29
Continue "If lost page" (Assignment #5 below)

Toy Car Sketch Due Today!


May 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
5/1  5th hour Turn in the  Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Turn in the Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

Start small picture.  No copy righted images.

6th hour- Day 18 painting the backdrop
5/2  5th hour Turn in the  Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Turn in the Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

Start small picture.  No copy righted images.

6th hour- Day 19 painting the backdrop
5/5  5th hour Turn in the  Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Turn in the Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

Start small picture.  No copy righted images.

6th hour- Day 20 painting the backdrop
5/6
5/7
5/8
5/9
5/12
5/13
5/14  Early Release
5/15
5/16
5/19  Back Drop Must be done by today!!!
5/20
5/21
5/22  Graduation
5/23
5/26  Memorial Day  No School
5/27
5/28
5/29
5/30  Last Day of School

April 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
4/1  3/31   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 5 painting the backdrop
4/2  3/31   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 6 painting the backdrop
4/3  3/31   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 7 painting the backdrop
4/4 3/31   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 8 painting the backdrop
4/7  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 9 painting the backdrop
4/8  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 10 painting the backdrop
4/9  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

5th hour- Day 11 painting the backdrop
4/10  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

5th hour- Day 12 painting the backdrop
4/11  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

5th hour- Day 13 painting the backdrop
4/14  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

5th hour- Day 14 painting the backdrop
4/15  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

5th hour- Day 15 painting the backdrop
4/16  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished.  (Assignment #17 Below)

5th hour- Day 16 painting the backdrop
4/17  6th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished.  (Assignment #17 Below)

5th hour- Day 17 painting the backdrop
4/18  Good Friday No School
4/21  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 11 painting the backdrop
4/22  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 12 painting the backdrop
4/23  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 13 painting the backdrop
4/24  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 14 painting the backdrop
4/25  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 15 painting the backdrop
4/28  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 16 painting the backdrop
4/29  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

Start small picture.  No copy righted images.
4/30  5th hour Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Start Silver Scratch Board when finished. (Assignment #17 Below)

6th hour- Day 17 painting the backdrop

March 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
3/3  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
3/4  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/5  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/6  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/7  End of the 9 Weeks!  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/10     Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/11  SUB
EXTRA CREDIT IF YOU COME TO THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ART SHOW OPENING RECEPTION AT THE CIVIC CENTER TONIGHT FROM 5-7!

Free Draw OR
Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/12   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.
3/13   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.

6th hour- Day 1 painting the backdrop
3/14  SUB
Free Draw OR
Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.


3/17  SBA
3/18  SBA
3/19  SBA    (Juniors)
3/20  You Must Turn in the Text Messages Today!!!

6th hour- Day 2 painting the backdrop
3/21 Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 3 painting the backdrop
3/24  Spring Break
3/25  Spring Break
3/26  Spring Break
3/27  Spring Break
3/28  Spring Break
3/31   Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

6th hour- Day 4 painting the backdrop

February 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
2/3  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/4  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/5    Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/6  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/7 No School  Parent Teacher Conferences AM.
2/10  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/11  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/12 Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/13  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/14  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/17  No School
2/18  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/19  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/20  Start Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Start Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/21  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/24  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/25  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/26  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/27  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
2/28  Continue Pop Art Project.  (Assignment #16 below.) OR Continue Kaleidoscope (Project #17 Below.)

Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  

January 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

1/1 No School
1/2  No School
1/3  No School
1/6  No School.  Teacher work day.
1/7  Draw egg shells using harmony.  Do Impressionist questions (Assignment #13 Below.)  New Students take the pre-test.  
1/8  Choose a picture to paint.  Your own photographs work best.  
1/9  Get Canvas.  Finish Questions, choose a picture.  
1/10  Power Point and demonstration on Impressionism.  Start drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  Remember to tape down your canvas.  
1/13  Start drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  Remember to tape down your canvas.  
1/14  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
1/15  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
1/16  SUB  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
1/17  SUB   Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
1/20 No School
1/21  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
(Project #14 Below)
1/22  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
(Project #14 Below)
1/23  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.  
(Project #14 Below)
1/24  Continue drawing and painting your image.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
(Project #14 Below)
1/27  Start the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
If not finished, continue drawing and painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style.
(Project #14 Below)
1/28  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)
1/29   Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)
1/30  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)
1/31  Continue the theme artwork "Text Messages" for Artifacts gallery.  
AND
Continue painting your impressionist picture.  Use acrylic paint and the impressionist style. (Project #14 Below)
This painting is due MONDAY!!!

December 2013

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
12/2  3rd Sketch Today.  Bow or cluster of grapes.  Add Rhythm!  After this third sketch, decide which sketch to finish, either the Dixie Cup, Clothes Pin, or the sketch from today.  Start Finishing your sketches for this nine weeks.  3rd Sketch Due Today.  Finished Sketch Due 12/12.
12/3  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/4  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/5  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/6  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/9  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/10  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/11  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
12/12  Finished Sketch Due Today of either Dixie Cup, Clothes Pin, or______.
12/13  Backdrop Design Due Today!!!!!
12/16
12/17
12/18
12/19
12/20
12/23
12/24
12/25
12/26
12/27
12/30
12/31

November 2013

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday



11/1    Sub
Altered sentence with illustration or sketches of Dixie cup and wooden clothes pin.  
11/4  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/5  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/6  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/7  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/8  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/11   Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)

11/12   Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/13  Early Release  Francis Bacon Research! (Assignment #11 Below)
11/14  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/15  Continue on Altered Sentence with Illustration (Assignment #9 Below)  When finished, start the backdrop contest.  (Assignment #10 Below)
11/18  Altered Sentence With Illustration Due TODAY!
Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
11/19  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
11/20  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
11/21  Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
11/22  Festival of Trees ornament.

Continue on Graduation Backdrop (Assignment #10 Below)
11/25  No School
11/26  No School
11/27  No School
11/28  No School
11/29  No School

October 2013

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
10/1
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)
10/2
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)
10/3
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)
10/4 - SUB
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  
10/7  First Finished Sketch Due today (finish one of the first 3 sketches by coloring, shading, crosshatching, painting, etc.... Either the Toy Soldier, Paper Bag, or Plastic "Silver Ware".  
10/8  
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.
10/9

Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  
10/10
Continue Genetic Engineering assignment (#7 below)  If finished, work on finishing one of your sketches in your sketchbook.  

Genetic Engineered Creature Due TODAY!
10/11
Begin Altered Sentence with Illustration.  (Assignment # 9 below)


10/14  Substitute.  Work on regular assignments or free draw if done with everything.
10/15  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/16  Substitute.  Work on regular assignments or free draw if done with everything.
10/17  EARLY RELEASE DAY
Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/18  NO SCHOOL
10/21  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
(Finish any quarter 1 projects.)
10/22  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
(Finish any quarter 1 projects.)
10/23  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
(Finish any quarter 1 projects. They are due TODAY!)
10/24  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)

10/25  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/28  Sub
Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/29  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/30  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
10/31  Continue on Altered sentence with illustration (Assignment #9 below)
11/1  Sub
Altered sentence with illustration or sketches of Dixie cup and wooden clothes pin.  


August 2013

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8/15
New Student Orientation
8/16
All Students.
Read Handbook.
Go over syllabus.

8/19
Start Pre-Test
(Project #1)
Definitions of the Principles of Design. (Project #3)
Sketch of Toy Soldier. (Project #2 below.  Due Friday)
8/20
Start sewing Sketchbooks.
(Project #4 Below)

Work on toy soldier sketch (#2 below)
8/21
Continue sewing Sketchbooks.

8/22
Continue Creating Sketchbooks.
8/23
Continue Creating Sketchbooks.



Toy Soldier Due Today!
8/26

Start making sketchbook covers.
8/27
Continue sketchbook covers.
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