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Looking for relevant, meaningful art lessons that will spark the interest of all learners? This professionally formatted lesson plan will get you started with an exciting lesson for students to design a start-up or splash screen for a video game or app. Pop culture references will increase engagement and enthusiasm as you teach them how to draw and shade cylinders. Easily extend the lesson by including pattern and texture requirements as suggested. Younger students may wish to draw themselves stuck inside Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, while middle schoolers will love inventing their own underground labyrinth.
This lesson is easily modified to fit a wide range of media, techniques and populations. Lesson plan includes national standards and applicable anchors. Teachers could connect to their local architecture to meet other interdisciplinary requirements. A teacher example is included for your reference or to share with students.
A value and gradation worksheet is included and may be reproduced by teacher in advance. Please contact me prior to purchase with any questions about this item. With a 40-minute weekly class, this could take 4-5 sessions. Recommended for grades 4-8.
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