My eighth graders really enjoyed this Two Point Perspective drawing this past Fall! Two Point Perspective was new to all of them. By reducing the lesson into steps they all enjoyed successful results. The lesson became even more engaging as the students used chalk and oil pastels to add vibrant color to their drawings. The lesson was enriched by adding instructions on how to shade forms to look 3 dimensional with shaded values or color contrast on each birdhouse. We definitely felt we were taking a risk when we covered our gorgeous drawing with black paint to try out the scratched sgraffito effect. Overall, the students were pleased with the outcome the sgraffito effect created. Beautiful textural drawings now adorn our hallways...and the students are enjoying compliments and praise for their lovely artworks !
This 36 page, PDF product is jammed packed with great teaching materials to make this fun and easy for you to teach!
-6 Page lesson plan with CORE standards, vocabulary and -examples
-9 Page illustrated step-by-step PRINTABLE handouts to make it easy to teach the steps and to provide to students as a learning support (and to catch up absent students)
-3 related Sketchbook activities (or handy sub plan lessons)
- Art History enriched Two Point Perspective PowerPoint!
-Grading Rubric ready to go!