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will choose and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas. 25A
will explore portrait, illustration, animation, and architecture as subject matter for art. 25a2
will develop suggested illustrations for a story. 25a2
will discuss the architecture in their local community as potential subject matter for artwork. 25a2
will explore examples of symbols in portraits, illustrations, and architecture. 25a2
will develop a listing of potential subjects, themes, or symbols to produce meaning in artwork. 25a2
will discuss and cite examples of architectural forms that demonstrate that form 'follows function'. 25a2
will choose a specific feeling to evoke through integration of visual, spatial and temporal concepts. 25a3
will use subject values, themes, and/or symbols to communicate desired aesthetic results or personal values in an artwork. 25a3
will analyze how style affects the meaning of artwork using two or more styles based on the same subject matter. 25a3
will use the visual, spatial, and intellectual concepts relating to a chosen style of art to communicate an intended meaning in an artwork. 25a3
will choose realistic or non-objective content to communicate specific meaning. 25a3
will create realistic or non-objective symbols that communicate either aesthetics or values in the context of their own lives. 25a3
will identify and describe the elements of value, perspective and color schemes; the principles of contrast, emphasis and unity; and the expressive qualities of thematic development and sequence. 25a3
will describe how dance elements are combined and contrasted; identify the principles of transition, variety and balance; and the expressive qualities of movement. 25a3
will understand how the dramatic elements of actiing, directing, playwriting, and designing combine with the principles of tension, rhythm, pattern, unity, balance, repetition and idea to communicate. 25a3

will reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others. 25B
will identify different reasons for creating art, e.g., aesthetic, recording history, social/political, and funcitonal/nonfunctional crafts. 25b2
will identify and categorize art on a historical timeline, e.g., Paleolithic crafts to modern crafts. 25b2
will compare purposes of crafts from two or more periods of time, e.g., use of the craft piece, similarities and differences in media, importance to the culture. 25b2
will evaluate works of art from various eras and cultures and determine the merit, e.g., how the artwork reflects the craftsperson or culture. 25b2
will explore art that reflects emotion and those designed to evoke specific feelings. 25b2
will select a favorite artwork to display and discuss reasons for the choice. 25b2
will compare reasons for creating works of art and cite examples, e.g., aesthetic, tradition, perservation, self-expression. 25b3
will identify calligraphy as an art form, e.g., use of traditional or contemporary tool(s), lettering and/or ink drawing, callifgraphic line quality. 25b3
will compare and contrast the elements and principles in tow or more art works that share similar themes. 25b3
will identify and recognize weaving, stained glass and mosaic as art forms, e.g., functional and non-functional objects. 25b3
will select, identify, and display her/his art project. 25b3
will discuss and evaluate an art exhibit, e.g., notice subject, composiiton and meaning. 25b3

will choose and evaluate a range of various arts subject matter, symbols, and ideas. 26A
will find and examine subject matter and ideas for visual art projects through observation of nature and its symbols, e.g., nests, shells, stones, wood; use nature as subject matter in an art project. 26a1
will discuss and use line and color in symbols in their environment. 26a1
will explore subject matter or ideas for art found in nature as subject matter, e.g., people, animals, and plants. 26a1
will explore different ways artists use nature as subject matter, e.g., Ansel Adams, Monet, and Rousseau. 26a1
will create a self-portrait. 26a1
will identify media and tools and how to use them in a safe and responsible manner when painting, drawing, and constructing. 26a1

will use the various art elements and principles of design. 26B
will explore primary, secondary, neutral, warm, and cool colors; discover how colors evoke responses. 26b1
will explore line quality, e.g., thick, thin, smooth, rough, light, dark, explore how line types cause responses. 26b1
will explore the use of shapes and overlapping shapes in their own artworks. 26b1
will explore shapes and forms, e.g., circle/square, square/cube, triangle/pyramid. 26b1
will explore texture as surface feeling. 26b1
will explore and compare sizes of objects, e.g., big, small, short, tall, wide and thin. 26b1
will use colors to communicate different ideas, e.g., calm, stormy, warm and cool. 26b1
will create art using overlapping shapes. 26b1
will use geometric forms in an artwork, e.g., Egyptian pyramid. 26b1
will create art using textures, e.g., yarn, sand and noodles. 26b1
will use different sizes within an art project. 26b1
will make intermediate colors; use them to evoke responses. 26b1
will use variations in line(s); create artwork that uses line as a means of expression. 26b1
will identify and recognize the characteristics of line, shape, form, color, space, and texture in artwork. 26b2
will create drawings using contour, continuous and/or gesture lines. 26b2
will manipulate three-dimensional media to create a non-objective or representational form. 26b2
will demonstrate knowledge of color theory by identifying and using primary, secondary, intermediate, and neutral colors, tints, and shades of warm or cool colors. 26b2
will apply shading techniques to geometric shapes to create the illusion of form. 26b2
will create a drawing in one-point perspective. 26b2
will create art using negative and positive space, e.g., paper cutting. 26b2
will create a portrait and/or self-portrait using the rules of proportion. 26b2
will create a symmetrically balanced design that has unity. 26b2
will demonstrate the use of the concepts of emphasis, variety, and contrast in a work of art. 26b2
will produce a piece of artwork that uses the element of simulated texture. 26b2
will explore and describe the complementary and neutral colors; discover how mixing complementary colors creates neutrals. 26b2
will create patterns for use in printmaking, weaving. 26b2
will create artwork using two or more textures. 26b2
will explore the concept of composition as it relates to the elements of foreground, middle ground, and background space in a picture, e.g., position of horizon line. 26b2
will use and compare geometric and organic shapes and forms; create artworks using both geometric and organic shapes and forms. 26b2
will use overlapping objects in an artwork to create the illusion of depth. 26b2
will explore expressive qualities of non-objective and abstract art; and create art using non-objective and abstract shapes, e.g., Native American symbols. 26b2
will create artwork using animation techniques, e.g., storyboard, flipbook, comic strip, and computer-generated animation. 26b2
will demonstrate knowledge and skills to create 2- and 3- dimensional works and time arts (e.g., film, animation, video) that are realistic, abstract, funcional and decorative. 26b3
will create a three-dimensional artwork using a variety of art elements and principles of design. 26b3
will create a contour line drawing. 26b3
will use biomorphic (organic) shapes in creating artwork. 26b3
will create art using two-point perspective. 26b3
will create art using positive and negative space, e.g., stenciling, weaving, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics and/or architectural forms. 26b3
will use simulated textures to create an artwork or collage, e.g., textural rubbings, blending, and other techniques. 26b3
will demonstrate dominance/emphasis by use of color, shape, or size. 26b3
will create art using standard line proportions. 26b3
will create artworks using color schemes chosen from the following complementary, analogous, monochromatic, triadic, split-complementary, warm and cool. 26b3

will understand the various arts in relation to history and cultures. 27A
will discuss how art has existed through time. 27a1
will discuss how art can represent a group of people; e.g., prehistoric man, cave paintings. 27a1
will create art to reflect a style of a group in the past, e.g., case paintings on crumpled paper. 27a1
will discuss how art of the past can tell about its creators. 27a1
will discuss how art can represent a culture or group, e.g., Polish, Mexican; distinguish art from several cultures or groups. 27a1
will create art that reflects a style of group from history. 27a1
will create art that reflects a style of a group from history, e.g., Japanese carp kites. 27a1
will create art that reflects their community culture. 27a1
will discuss how subject matter describes a given place or time. 27a1
will identify how the visual arts contribute to communication, celebrations, occupations and recreation. 27a1
will identify the characteristics of artworks and artists from different periods of time, styles, and cultures. 27a2
will describe and place art objects, artworks, and artists on an art historical and cultural timeline. 27a2
will describe how time and place influence meaning and value in a work of art. 27a2
will discuss how art relates to history and can represent a culture, e.g., Mayan civilization styles of art. 27a2
will identify art and artists in various cultures throughout history. 27a2
will discuss and demonstrate the differences in art from varying cultures, e.g., categorizing art examples. 27a2
will create art that reflects present day culture, e.g., media arts, video, computers, television. 27a2
will discuss how art relates to and represents a culture, e.g., Native Americans. 27a2
will describe art and artists of various cultures throughout history. 27a2
will create art that reflects a style of culture from history, e.g., Egyptian, African masks. 27a2
will analyze and evaluate art movements with concurring world events. 27a3
will demonstrate and analyze how time and place influence meaning and value in a work of art. 27a3
will create a three-dimensional artwork based on a specific historical period. 27a3
will evaluate exemplary artworks, i.e., determine the meaning, merit and success of works from various eras and cultures. 27a3

will reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their artwork and the work of others. 27B
will recognize several reasons for creating art, e.g., aesthetic, functional, and commercial. 27b1
will discuss art that reflects an experience in daily life. 27b1
will recognize how an artwork can evoke feelings; compare artworks that evoke different feelings. 27b1
will choose favorite part of an artwork and discuss choice. 27b1
will categorize images in an artwork as real or imaginary. 27b1
will examine and discuss art that demonstrates personal experiences. 27b1
will compare feelings evoked by different artworks using similar subjects. 27b1