This student-tested product is distance learning ready! Step-by-step instructions and handouts make teaching this fun and engaging art lesson for middle school and high school art students easy to teach! Your students will discover that Graffiti lettering is easy to create! The analogous blending creates a satisfying effect that young artists really like! This product also includes a handout to teach students to shade letters to look reflective and metallic! Portions of the product can be delivered in chunks as mini-lessons with the name design as the final project. The lettering handouts will be useable for other art projects where you need to support students trying to draw block and bubble style lettering too!
This 40 page PDF includes:
-10-page lesson plan with pacing and teaching procedure for days 1-7, includes National CORE Visual Arts Standards
-Step-by-Step Instruction Packet to guide teaching and for student self-guided use or to leave for a Substitute.
-4 Art teacher "Must Have" Handouts! Support Handouts to help students develop skills creating a variety of hand-drawn lettering fonts:
-How to Draw Block Letters
-How to Draw Bubble Letters
-How to Draw 3-D Letters with Drop Shadows
-How to Shade Metallic Lettering
-4 Graffiti Font Style Handouts to assist the Design Process
-Color Handout to help students to decide on an Analogous color combination for colored pencil blending
-Design your own Graffiti Font Style to create a personal "Tag".
-Reading Enrichment Activity with Questions "Is Graffiti Art or Vandalism?!"
-Additional Research Activity with Questions "Who is Banksy?"
-Supplemental Links and Online video suggestions
Many Colored Examples included!