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This lesson focuses on Composition, Drawing a face in proper proportion and using the elements and principles of design in an unrealistic way in the hair. Lessons include: Step by step instructions, Grading Rubric for teacher and student, tips on
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Enjoy using gorgeous model's faces from glossy fashion magazines as a way to learn facial proportions and blend values smoothly as well as abstract hair to create movement. You can make this lesson as easy as junior high school art beginner level or
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A fun beginning of the year project of using Joey Callazo's graffiti alphabet as a jumping off point to creating a cool grunge street looking name that might be used on a folder or just as starter project. Use markers or paint! There were some
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Have fun with this layered artwork known as Mixed Media. A Class Set of photos of fire hydrants is included, photographed by the writer of this lesson, Angie Thompson and they are copyright free! Learn how to use graphite sticks for your rubbings to
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Students always get enthusiastic when it comes to doing a project involving street art or graffiti. It has a style all it's own and that's why I chose graffiti arrows in particular to have students work on mastering the smooth blending of values
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Super fun to introduce facial expressions to art students because it always evokes an emotion. Teach your students about facial expressions and how to incorporate that into a contour drawing of shoes. You won't ever look at a shoe contour drawing
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Enjoy a day or two off by letting your students explore all the cool possibilities of turning an ugly fire hydrant into an animate object. Could be used as a SUB project also. You will get a lot of laughs from this project! ALL LEVELS Class set of
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Start the sculpture class out this year with the sweet smell of Ivory soap, a little Zen and a lot of concentration and meditation on what subtractive means. You will be amazed at what comes out of a bar of soap. Display behind glass only due to the
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high school art lesson plan advanced Drawing 1, Drawing 2, Painting 1, Painting 2, Mixed Media, Self Portrait using elements and principles of design to determine form, Marker, Paint, Color Pencil, Sharpies, Water Color, Work sheets included on how
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High School Art lesson plan great for Art I, Drawing I, Painting 1, Ceramics 1, Sculpture 1 as a beginning of the year short project to introduce or remind students of the Elements and Principles of Design. Cheap Supplies! Students love this project.
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Junior High, High School, Higher Education Art Lesson Plan for both 2 and 3D. Introducing or refining Elements and Principles of Design. Great for the start of the year. cheap supplies! Kids love this project and will probably want to make more than
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Jr High, High School, Homeschool, Higher Education Art Lesson in 2 or 3D classes - GREAT beginning of the year introduction or refining of the Elements and Principles of Design. Cheap supplies.
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High School, Higher Education, or Homeschool Art Lesson Plan - students learn the "scribbling" technique in marker or pen to render value. Worksheets included: Color Behavior, Color Theory, Color Wheel explained, gridding and step by step
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Art Lesson Plan...Teaches students how to draw "animal - like" contour drawing and color by layering the cheapest water based markers you can find.. Worksheets include: Class set of photographs of animals taken by the writer of this lesson and
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Art Lesson Plan...Teaches students how to grid and draw contour lines and details of a fire hydrant (Class set of photographs of different colored fire hydrants taken by the writer of this lesson and available copyright free to students! ) Beneath
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Art Lesson Plan...Teaches students how to draw "animal - like" contour drawing and paint in a technique called Acrylic Batik using dogs as subjects. Class set of photographs of dogs taken by the writer of this lesson and available copyright free to
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Art Lesson plan: Watercolor for beginners using introduction to elements and principles of design as imagery. Appropriate levels: Art I, Drawing I, Painting I. Vocabulary, color theory and behavior and worksheets are included as are materials list,
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Level: Drawing 1,2 or Painting 1,2. This lesson focuses on how to use Liquid Acrylics, but regular acrylic paint will work just fine if you don't have the budget for the other. I also walk you through how to take a photo and run it through a filter
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Start out your painting class at any secondary and above level with this no failure guaranteed project where students get to explore movement and style of brushstroke of Vincent Van Gogh in a self portrait venue.
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Learn the basics of high school oil painting using a dry brush blending technique as well as links to some awesome tips. The marble is the only painted part of this tabloid size artwork on canvas paper. The playing card is an easy image transfer
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

High School Art Teacher for almost a decade. Subjects taught: Art I, Drawing II, Painting 1,2,3, Sculpture 1,2,3, Ceramics 1,2,3, Certified to teach AP 3D Design. I currently write secondary Art curriculum for all the above categories including mixed media and printmaking, Teacher trainer at multiple state TAEA conventions. Prior to teaching I was an environmental graphic designer.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a firm believer that ALL students can learn to do great art, and my formula for that is: Relevant project + Step by Step instructions with visuals = success. I differentiate for my students by providing one on one modeling of a technique to meet their needs. I use a research to side teach conferring model. I take a moment to research their needs, I compliment their strengths, I choose a teaching point to model and I walk away with a link as to how that can be used in future projects in that medium. I'm teaching the student to be an independent, higher level thinker that builds on what he has just learned.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was awarded a gold medal from Scholastic Nationals due to one of my painting students receiving that award. 3D curriculum writer / director at Katy ISD. Designed entire set of GUYS AND DOLLS for SevenLakes High School Drama and they were awarded a Tony Award for set design. Teacher of the week. Student awards earned under my tutelage: Champion Rodeo 3D Sculpture multiple years, Ft Bend County Fair Winners, National Scholastic Award, V.A.S.E. State Awards multiple years, V.A.S.E. Regional Awards multiple years, KATY ISD Spring Art Show winner in Art I with sculpture and Cetamics 2 with Ceramic Mixed Media Piece.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

James E. Taylor High School, Katy ISD. The University of Texas - Austin , Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Graphic Design and Visual Communications.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Taught High School Art: Seven Lakes High School, KATY ISD. Morton Ranch High School KATY ISD, Elsik High School ALIEF ISD. Prior to teaching, I was an environmental graphic designer, an worked on projects that included: Euro Disney themed hotels, the Houston Zoo wayfinding signage, The Nolan Ryan Museum, St. Louis Art Museum, and more.

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