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Lesson Design Template: MAT/ Certification Elementary

Candidate Name: Serena Augustin

Host Teacher Name: Mrs. Pugh

School: Delta Elementary

Grade Level: 5th

# of Students: 23

Date & Time of Lesson: 12:30

Length of Lesson: 25 minutes

Topic of Lesson: Design using warm and cool colors

Content Area: Art

Materials: Cardstock paper, compass or paper plates, pencil, watercolor pens, slideshow of examples

Alaska Content Standard:

A. Create - A student should be able to imagine and develop artistic ideas and work.

1. generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work

2. organize and develop artistic ideas and work

3. refine and complete artistic work.

Transfer Goal(s):

Student will design a picture of the sun and the moon using the contrast of warm and cool colors.

STAGE ONE - Essential Questions and Enduring Understandings (meaning)

Enduring Understandings:

What Essential Questions will be considered?

Students will understand that…

In order to appreciate the sunny times you have to know the dark times.

How does does the contrast of the sun and the moon portray a balance in life?

STAGE ONE: Objectives

STAGE TWO: Assessments

 

Evidence of Learning/ACcountability - Formative/Summative/Performance

Knowledge: What Student Should Know…

Assessments/Other Evidence:

- Warm colors consist of reds, oranges, yellows, and yellowish greens

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Design a picture of the sun and the moon together, using warm colors for the sun, and cool colors for the moon. The picture will include a different design for the moon side and the sunny side.

- Cool colors consist of darker greens, blues, purples, and pinks.

Skills: What Students should be able to do…

Assessments/Other Evidence:

- Design a picture of the sun and moon together. The line patterns on each side of the circle should be different.

- Color in the picture using warm colors for the sun and cool colors for the moon.

STAGE THREE: Opportunities to Learn (Acquisition)

Introduction/Hook Show students a short slideshow of pictures. Ask students what they think the artists were trying to convey here. What words would you use to describe the feeling of the sunny side? Think about the use of colors and shapes. Except all answers. What words would we use to describe the feeling of the moon’s side? Except all answers.

Processes and Products for Learning Opportunities

Strategies for Differentiation/ Multimodal Instruction/Universal Design for Learning

- Ask students if they know what warm and cool colors are? Have them name all the warm colors, then the cool colors.

- Discuss the use of warm and cool colors and what effect they had on the drawings in the slideshows. Discuss how the artists used different designs for each side (i.e. straight lines for the sun’s rays, and curved lines for the moon). What effect does this have on the drawing?

- Students will be given examples, assistance, and be allowed to share ideas with each other.

- Ask the essential question: “How does does the contrast of the sun and the moon portray a balance in life?” What job does the sun do? (give light, warmth, life) The moon represents the cool side, or winter. Is winter necessary? Does winter give a contrast to summer? Do you appreciate summer more after the winter and cold?

- Students will be expected to do their own personal best and will not be graded in comparison with other peers.

- Tell students that today they will design their own picture with the theme “Warm Sun, Cool Moon”. They will use the contrast of warm and cool colors to portray this theme.

- We go step by step to get started first. Once their pictures are designed, they will be free to color them in, using warm colors for the sunny side, and cool colors for the moon side.

- Pass out the cardstock. Have students get out their compass. Pass out a paper plate to anyone that does not have a compass.

- Using a compass (or paper plate), draw a large circle in the center of the page. Make sure to draw light lines at this time, not dark lines.

- Draw a curved line in center to divide the circle into sun and moon. The smaller side will be the moon. Draw a sleepy

face on moon side and a happy face on sun side. They will share a mouth. Use a black pen to trace all face, eyes, and important shapes. This helps to give the definitions and contrast.

- Pull up the picture of the warm and cool colors on the smartboard for the students to see and refer to as they color their pictures.

- Draw line patterns on each side of circle, having the sun & moon designs being different. Color in the design. Students may need an extra period to finish coloring the picture. If so, they can do that during read aloud the next day. Below is a picture an example for this lesson.

the next day. Below is a picture an example for this lesson. Closure: ​ Have students

Closure: Have students share their design with each other. They should share one thing they liked about each others pictures.

References:

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