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Valerie Tomaszewski

2/2/16
CIS 221-02

Grade(s)

Identification, Usage, and Interpretation of Art and Materials


3rd-5th Grade Band SCI

Subject(s)

Art

Length of Lesson

9 Weeks

Lesson
Overview/Rationale

Curriculum
Framework/Standar
d

UDL is designing curriculum that accommodates broad


student needs, gives various ways to acquire knowledge,
provide alternates for demonstrating knowledge, and tap into
interests, offer challenges, and increase motivation.
Multimedia is the presentation of material using both words
and pictures
Multimedia and digital technology use words and picturesas
well as sound, voice, video, and animation to present
educational ideas and information in creative, engaging, and
memorable ways.
Multimedia is a vital part of media synergy, in which video,
digital, and print materials are combined with face-to-face
instruction to build powerful learning environments for
students.
Students will utilize Kidspiration to create concept maps to
use as a storyboard for their video
Be able to identify and properly use art supplies and materials
Be able to connect emotions to famous art
Recognize famous art
Be able to work in a group
Be able to follow directions
Be able to create and edit a video with teacher assistance
Michigan Dept. of Education: Art Standard PDF
PERFORM
Standard 1: Apply skills and knowledge to perform in
the arts. (VPAA: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, P1, P2, P4, R1,
R4)
ART.VA.I.1.1 Identify and experiment with materials to
communicate ideas related to the student's world.
ART.VA.I.1.2 Demonstrate the responsible use of project
materials with environmental awareness.
ART.VA.I.1.3 Recognize and illustrate the elements of art to
communicate personal experiences.
ART.VA.I.1.4 Use revision strategies to enhance personal
artwork.

International Society for Technology in Education: National

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Education Technology Standards for Schools (NETS-S)


Standard 2: Communication and Collaboration
Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency
Standard 5: Digital Citizenship
Standard 6: Technology Operations and Concepts
Learning Objectives

Technology Uses

Materials

Procedure

Identify different art materials


Recognize and communicate meaning/interpretation of
artwork
Revise personal artwork and enhance it over the course of 7
weeks
Create a video about some part of art the students enjoys
most with teachers help
Be able to present video to the class

iPad or computer
Video editing software (Microsoft Movie Maker) or app
(iMovie)
1. Crayons
2. Paint (i.e. watercolor, acrylic, Crayola)
3. Brushes
4. Paper
5. Pencils
6. Erasers
7. Notebook/sketchbook
8. Computer/Tablet (dependent upon schools preference)
9. Video editing software (iMovie, Microsoft Movie Maker,
Photoshop Video Shop, etc.)
10. Kidspiration
Week 1: Identify materials and their use, end of week in class
matching activity
Week 2: Experiment with different art tools to communicate
emotions or ideas
Week 3: Recognize famous art by matching names and pictures
group activity
Week 4: Online match meanings to famous artwork activity as a
class, having each student taking a turn to answer a question
Week 5: Use art to communicate emotions or experiences, end of
week online multiple choice review quiz
Week 6: Go over techniques to improve artwork and work with

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Paraeducator on improving previous assignment


Week 7: Evaluate student progress over time through interactive
activities and past activity progress
Week 8: Group students into groups of 3 or 4 and ask them all to
vote on what they want to make a video about and spend the week
creating a Kidspiration concept map for how the video will be laid
out
Week 9: Have teacher help students to film and edit their video so it
is no longer than 3-5 Minutes in length and present to class the last
day of the week
Assessment

Students will be able to collaborate in a group. Students will also be


able to demonstrate knowledge through the use of Kidspiration to
create concept maps and creating a video to show the class their
understanding and knowledge of subject matter.
See Table Below

Kidspiration Concept Map Example at end of document

EXAMPLE VIDEO:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFvdrdf1M1Q

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Grading Rubric
Participation

Progress Over
Time

Success with
Minor Prompts

Beginning
0pt
None to minimal
participation
Came to class
and showed no
interest

Developing
1pt
Participated half
to three quarters
of the time
Came to class,
asked questions,
answered
questions, gave
ideas for video
project

0pt
1pt
None to minimal
Shows some
progress
improvement but
They did not
can still improve
want to
Shows more
participate or
self-advocacy,
help
asks and
answers
questions, shows
some
understanding of
subject matter
0pt
1pt
None to very
Mostly
minimal success
independent
Even with many success, minimal
prompts student
help required
still was not
With some
successful in
prompting
mastering
student achieved
subject matter
a majority of

Exemplary
2pt
Participated
completely
Came to class,
asked questions,
demonstrated
how to use and
identify different
materials, helped
other group
members
2pt
Much
improvement
over the course
Shows much
improvement in
comprehension
of subject matter
over time as well
as actively
participating in
activities
2pt
Almost no help
required, very
independent
Very minimal
prompts needed
for student to
successfully
comprehend

Score
/2

/2

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Overall Quality

0pt
Very poor
Video shows
lack of effort
and participation

Goals Met

0pt
No individual
goals were
achieved
Students are
given individual
goals based on
their abilities
and these goals
are not met

mastery of
subject
1pt
Room for
improvement,
mix of minor
and major
mistakes
Video shows
some errors and
could be
improved but
overall shows
good
participation and
understanding of
material
presented
1pt
Minimal
individual goals
achieved
Students are
given individual
goals based on
their abilities
and 50%-75%
are achieved

subject matter
2pt
Minor errors
made, excellent
work
Few errors
made, students
show great
organization and
mastery of
subject matter

/2

2pt
Majority or all
individual goals
achieved
Students are
given individual
goals based on
their abilities
and 76%-100%
are achieved
Total

/2

/10

Valerie Tomaszewski
2/2/16
CIS 221-02