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C. Patteson. The Unit Organizer. NAME. BIGGER PICTURE. DATE: 1 st semester. Principles of Design. concurring UNIT. /Experience. LAST UNIT. /Experience. CURRENT UNIT. CURRENT UNIT. Drawing warm up. Elements of Art. Principles of Design. UNIT MAP. is about.

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C. Patteson

The Unit Organizer

NAME

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE: 1st semester

Principles of Design

concurring UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

Drawing warm up

Elements of Art

Principles of Design

UNIT MAP

is about...

Creating Good Composition

UNIT SCHEDULE

Wk 1

Warm up :left/right brain, eye/hand coordination

Cave Art Power Point

By applying

Developed because of

space

Wk 2

By exploring

line

Rhythm, variety, balance through line project,

Wk 3

Frames:

line

shape

Wk 4

contrast and emphasis,

discussed and apply

to hand composition

SOL:A1.3, A1.6, A1.8, A1.13

with

Influenced by

through

Wk 5

texture

form

Wk 6

Wk 7

Symmetrical Design

Egyptian Power Point

Egyptian Design

Fall Design

SOL: A1.3, A1.7, A1.8, A1.10

Medieval Power Point

Medieval Design/Composition

Frames:

rhythm

variety

balance

contrast

emphasis

Influenced by

Wk 8

Wk 9

shape

value

Wk 10

Wk 11

Wk 12

color

Wk 13

Learn shading techniques:

blended, stippling, hatching,

and cross-hatching

SOL: A1.3, A1.6, A1.8 REVIEW

Wk 14

Wk 15

Wk 16

Wk 17

Various projects relating the elements to the principles

Discussion

Art history

REVIEW AND TEST

Wk 18

  • How can the various elements of art affect mood in a composition?

  • How can the elements of art be used to create the illusion of depth?

  • How can the various elements of art be used to create contrast in a composition?

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

UNIT

RELATIONSHIPS


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C. Patteson

The Unit Organizer

NAME

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE: 2ND semester

Principles of Design

concurring UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

Elements of Art

1ST Semester

Principles of Design

UNIT MAP

UNIT MAP

is about...

Creating Good Composition

UNIT SCHEDULE

Wk 1

By applying

Developed because of

space

Wk 2

By exploring

line

Frames:

rhythm

variety

balance

contrast

emphasis

Wk 3

Wk 4

with

Influenced by

through

Wk 5

texture

form

Wk 6

Influenced by

Wk 7

Wk 8

Wk 9

shape

value

Wk 10

Wk 11

Wk 12

color

Wk 13

Wk 14

Wk 15

Wk 16

Wk 17

Various projects relating the elements to the principles

Discussion

Art history

REVIEW AND TEST

Wk 18

  • How can the various elements of art affect mood in a composition?

  • How can the elements of art be used to create the illusion of depth?

  • How can the various elements of art be used to create contrast in a composition?

UNIT

RELATIONSHIPS


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NAME

C. Patteson

1st Semester

The Unit Organizer

Elements of Art

DATE

Expanded Unit Map

is about...

Creating Good Composition

line

space

texture

form

feminine

masculine

positive

negative

shape

value

horizontal

color

volume/mass/3D

vertical

foreground

tactile,

visual

tone

hue

value

saturation

middle ground

diagonal

flat: 2-D

light and shadow

background

implied

tint & shade

rubbings

actual.

value scale

primary

intensity

shading

geometric

aerial

perspective

organic

analogous

high

contour

Man made

low

linear

perspective

complementary

stippling

non-objective

double-complementary

free form,

secondary

hatching

split-complementary

Cross-hatching

tertiary or

intermediate

NEW

UNIT

SELF-TEST

QUESTIONS

How can you use the visual elements of art to control composition?


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