This resource pack is an entire unit on rhythm and copper tooling which guides students through the creation of a unique rhythm language to then be expressed on four copper foil pieces as a major project.
Resources in the pack include:
• Power Point presentations,
• an in-depth teaching guide for this unit,
• links to websites and videos, and
• artist references (both historical and practicing)
• This is a complete package!
This package includes 13 different files total, and 115 pages and slides! The materials involved are easy to use and inexpensive. This unit touches on several major learning outcomes in the Manitoba Curriculum for Visual Arts.
This unit teaches students a step by step the process of simplifying and processing patterns from natural, historical, and imaginative sources. It then helps them to develop their own rhythm language, utilizing the principles and elements of art such as line, value, shape, pattern, balance, variety and unity.
This unit requires about 7-8 45 minute teaching classes to work through if using the pacing suggested in this pack, and approximately 8-12 total classes, including working classes for students. This is totally variable, depending on in class work-time available and homework given.
This unit pack includes over 100 slides, images, information pages and represents weeks of prep work! It is a unique collection you won’t find anywhere else!