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Course ___Art_ _Topic

New Vocabulary:
mono-print
additive method

Mono-prints

Teacher __Ms. Smoot_

Instructional Goal/Rationale/Essential Questions


Performance Objectives (consider multiple levels of Blooms):
Given Plexiglas and markers, students will be able to make a mono-print
Standards:
Comprehend:

Visual art has inherent characteristics and expressive features


Art and design have purpose and function

Reflect:
Reflection about and
or teaching to:

Reflective strategies are used to understand the creative process

Learning Styles
___AR ___CR
___AS ___CS

Transfer:

___ Visual
___ Auditory
___ Kinesthetic
Diversity
___ Gender
___ Multicultural
___ Disengaged
___ Special Needs

Create:
Assess and produce art with various materials and methods
The work of art scholars impacts how art is viewed today

Resources/Preparation/Material Needed:
Plexiglas plates
Markers
Sketchbooks
Water tray
Paper for print
Tracing paper- to reverse symbol for print
Drying rack
Time
Estimate

Introduction/Set/Focus/Attention Getter/Pre-assessment:
Example of prints by famous artists

Multiple
Intelligences
___ Verbal/Linguist
___ Logical/Math
___ Naturalist
___ Intrapersonal
___ Interpersonal
___ Musical
___ Kinesthetic

Instructional Input/Body of Lesson


Teacher Actions

Instructional
Techniques
___ Inquiry
___ Direct Instruct
___ Coop Learning
___Concept
___Discussion
___Laboratory work
___Demonstration
___Other

Technology Utilized

Welcome students
Discuss many different types of
transferring images/printmaking
Introduce project using mono-prints
Explain all of the different step done on
order to create a mono-print
-First they will design their print.
-Then they will trace it onto the
Plexiglas using markers or they can
trace it onto tracing paper flip it and
then trace it onto the Plexiglas.
-Then they will go wet their paper in
the water tray by the sink for 2 seconds
and pat it dry on the newsprint. (Point
out they dont want the paper to be too
wet or the colors will bleed, have an
example of this)
-Then they will bring the paper back
to their table and gently place it onto
the Plexiglas and rub to create the print.
Have students begin experimenting
with the process using the small pieces
of plexiglas
Once students are able to make a
successful print, have them draw in
their sketchbook to design their final
print.
Have students create multiple prints of
their final design, using different color
combinations
Clean up
Review

Student Actions/Expectations

Students will articulate the use of


printmaking and examples in art

Students will demonstrate


understanding of creating monoprints through practice

Students will generate ideas for a


design to create a larger final print

Review/Closure/CSU:
Have students share their print with their table and ask and answer questions:
What was the hardest part about creating a successful print?
How did you change what you did to make it look better?

How are Objective/Standards Assessed in this lesson?


Rubric
Reflection