Connection's Schedule

11 months ago


8:00-8:30       ELT

8:30-9:18       1st Period (8th grade)

9:20-10:10      2nd Period (8th Grade)

10:10-10:45     Planning 

10:45-11:30     3rd Period (7th Grade)

11:35-12:20     4th Period (7th Grade)

12:20-1:30      Lunch/Planning

1:35-2:20        5th Period (6th Grade)

2:25-3:10        6th Period (6th Grade)

6th Art

10 months ago

7th Grade

10 months ago

8th Grade

10 months ago

Google Classroom
Students currently in art should have joined Google Classroom for their grade level. If not students may get the code to join in class.
Google classroom has power points, links and notes from class that may help students study for quizzes or review material they may have missed.
There are also links that are just for fun. Students may use these links during free choice art when computers are available.

Syllabus

6 months ago

By Julie Isaacs


This 9-week course is filled with projects and learning that will boost your critical thinking habits, improve your collaborative participation, grow your creativity and develop your communication skills through writing and talking about art.  Artworks will be created using a variety of media and subject matter. In addition, you will review the elements of art, principles of design, color theory, and careers in art. You will also discover and discuss artworks and artists from ancient times to current day as well as the many purposes of art.

 

Your Responsibilities:

👉 Take notes and keep up w/ them

👉 Makeup work & scheduling w/ me to catch-up

👉 Pay attention & Ask questions

👉 Respect me, the classroom, your classmates & yourself

Studio Rules:

👉always clean up after yourself

👉put supplies back better than you found them

👉use supplies as instructed

👉help one another when it is time to clean up

👉work only on your work

Consequences for not following rules or responsibilities:

-warning

-loss of participation points

-loss of points in agenda

-continue consequences in agenda

*some behavior or breaking of rules will not be tolerated at all - consequences will be automatically be referred to in agenda, such as fighting, inappropriate use of tools, etc.

Safety in the art room:

Students will be shown the correct way to use many different art tools in class. Tools vary for grade level based on the project. Students should always practice safety with the tools as demonstrated. The most common tools used in class are scissors, needles, clay tools, rubber cement and hot glue. X-Acto knives, printmaking gouges and power tools such as a sander may also be used. By teaching the proper and safe way to use a variety of tools, I believe students can have more control in the creation of their artwork and therefore will be more meaningful.


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