This project menu promotes differentiation by providing students with three different project options: a monochromatic color painting, a complementary color painting, or a two page artist research paper (I suggest Picasso or VanGogh as the
This Artist Study Worksheet is a general outline for conducting research into an artists life and work practices. It is meant to accompany any project menu listed. This is a part "A" activity or precursor to the 2 page artist research paper option
This print out provides small scale checklists to be attached to the back of student projects with a space for them to write their names. Avoid marking up precious artwork and use this checklist as a space to write their project grade and
This rubric is a nice addition to the Color Theory Project Menu, Color Theory Checklist, and Color Theory PowerPoint providing students with an additional written reference of how their completed projects will be evaluated by the teacher.
This Powerpoint displays the artwork of both Pablo Picasso and Vincent VanGogh as it demonstrates artwork that is: greyscale, monochromatic, complementary, and analogous in color. It is the perfect introduction before handing out the Color Theory
This vocabulary list includes 12 words associated with color theory, along with spaces for the students to color as a visual reference to the information. It is a perfect intro to talking about the art present in the Color Theory PowerPoint, as
"More than just a pretty picture- art functions as a visual record of the thoughts and feelings of the people during any given time period...."
This simple set of guidelines requests that students write a 2 page research paper, with references,
This rubric is a guide for assessing student work using four areas that relate directly to the projects creation, the student's work ethic, and behavior in the studio environment: the hand, the brain, the spirit, and practice.
This printout goes
This project menu offers students three different options for the completion of a Grid Portrait Project with an additional option to complete a research paper on the artist Chuck Close. All of which promote differentiation, and self-reflection
This printout includes 6 small copies of the same checklist to be cut up an distributed to students. Checklists are a great addition to the back of any project where students can write their names and artwork can remain unmarked from teacher's
Students who tend work fast, or desire more of a challenge, may choose a larger piece of paper for the Grid Portrait Project. This print out serves as a guideline for measurements of grid enlargement based on the use of a 4x6 image for reference,