Middle School Art, High School Art: Snapshot to Inspire a Scratchboard Project

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6th - 12th
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Perfect for middle school and high school art students, this scratchboard project focuses on our obsession with sharing our lives on social media and how that can translate to artwork. Students are asked to document their day for one day and select one photograph to turn into a scratchboard work of art.

This drawing assignment focuses on creating value in scratchboard by using hatching, cross-hatching, and stippling drawing techniques. The project topic, "a day in the life of" has students think about the role social media has played in the way we document our daily lives. They are asked to bring focus to this by turning a snapshot into a work of art.

All in all this lesson pack includes:

➢A lesson plan (with a big idea, objectives, vocabulary, national middle and high school art standards, and step by step instructions on implementing the project)

➢PowerPoint to introduce the assignment with project examples

➢Project homework assignment handout

➢How to simplify an image guide

➢In-progress critique sheet

➢Rubric

This lesson is part of my semester-long drawing curriculum bundle. Get everything you need to teach an entire semester of drawing, 12 lessons in all, for a discounted price. Check it out here.

Each of my classes is designed to build on the last. This curriculum builds on the lessons and techniques taught in my Introduction to Art course. Check out my yearlong Introduction to Art curriculum bundled at a discount price here.

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Total Pages
41 pages
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Rubric only
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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