Tuesday, January 27, 2009. Gather and staple all warm ups from November 1-January 26. I should have from Dec. 9 that you turned in at interim. Put them in the tub at the front of the room. Reflection: (first warm-up for 3 rd 9 weeks) This week we are thinking about similar
Gather and staple all warm ups from November 1-January 26.
I should have from Dec. 9 that you turned in at interim.
Put them in the tub at the front of the room.
Reflection: (first warm-up for 3rd 9 weeks)
This week we are thinking about similar
yet different things.
Draw a dress/suit/shoes (your pick) for you and the
same item for your grandma/grandpa.
Choose any object, anything at all.
Draw it THREE times as differently as
Do not copy the examples on the slide.
Choose two words that sound the same, but
have different meanings.
Draw pictures for each of these words.
Still thinking about style…
Draw your favorite
cartoon character using 2
You can draw them with 2 different emotions, two different
types of clothes, but really think about the difference as if different artists drew them.
Choose an object other than a person
, and draw it
once happy and once angry, but
give it a face and make it a cartoon.
1st Period – Normal
2nd Period – Normal
3rd Period - GRASP
Please note that we have art shows/competitions coming up in March, April, and May.
Details may be found on the ART NEWS & COMPETITIONS BOARD
in the back of the room.
Please let Mrs. Paternoster know if you are interested
Upcoming Art ShowApril
Rehoboth Art League
Young @ Art
10 student artworks will be displayed for one month at RAL.
One student will be put into competition
to win free classes @ Rehoboth Art League if you are interested please tell Mrs. Paternoster SOON!!
Seaford School District
Arts Festival 2009
20 Student artworks will be
JUDGED and displayed on
May 14, 2009
Family Awareness & Appreciation Night
When? Friday, March 13, 2009
Where? Seaford High School
Time? 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Artwork will be on display in the lobby for everyone attending Family Night.
If you would like your artwork to be on display, please give it
to Mrs. Paternoster by March 9.
Draw 5 completely different trees…..
1st, 2nd - Begin Object as Text Drawing
3rd – Final day for Artist/Objects
Illustrate a two-word phrase using drawings of objects related to its meaning.
Examples:--- tool shed --- race car --- field goal --- --- wild cat ------- text book --- bike path ---snow man --- high jump --- hot dog ------- mind meld --- chemistry lab -------- musical instrument ----
Fill up the space! Add color! Shade for 3-D effects! Use your imagination. Originality will give you more points.
Remember to center by placing the middle letters in the middle of the lines
Draw your object using words
Draw a picture of something that you
think would make Seaford a better place
Agenda: LAST DAY
1. Object drawn with text
2. Conceptual Object: Drawing that makes you
think about your object, but your object is not
in the picture.
Are there any murals in Seaford?
Where are they?
What are they of?
Have you seen any other murals on Delmarva? Where? What is on them?
Draw your favorite thing about Seaford.
Do not say that you do not like anything about it,
at least draw your friends or family, or pretend.
Reflection: Draw a picture of one thing that you appreciate more about Seaford after spending so much time thinking about it, or that you at least see in a different light.
Choose your audience: young people, old
people, normal people, tourists
Choose your theme: agriculture, nature,
charm, history, etc…
Choose 3 to 5 main subjects from yesterday’s
list, use these subjects to begin
your mural by making them the
Draw where in Seaford
that you would like your
mural to be painted.
Friday, February 20, 2009 Reflection:
Impressionist artists were people who made paintings that
caught the Impression of the subject as if you just looked at
it for second similar to when you take picture with a camera.
You will now choose an area in the room to catch a glimpse of.
Now, look at the area very quickly, and draw what you
remember. DO NOT LOOK BACK TO GET MORE DETAILS.
Do you see a book laying out of place
on the book case?
Did you see someone with a strange
expression on their face?
Did you see someone in a strange position
because they were moving?
Monday, February 23, 2009 Reflection:
Picture yourself in a noisy place…the cafeteria, Wal Mart, McDonalds, a sports game…..draw what you hear.
Do not draw everything literal, give the sounds shape and color.
Thursday, February 26, 2009 Reflection:
Why did you choose the artist that are
What about the way he works appealed to
Was it the way they draw, what they
draw, the colors they use?
Friday, February 27, 2009 Reflection:
Reflection: Compare and contrast the following
pictures, using at least 10 similarities/differences.
Friday, January 30, 2009 Reflection:
March 2009 Scheduling DSTP FFN AP Reflection:
11 – DSTP Math grades 8, 9, 10
12 – DSTP Mach Grades 9, 10
13 – Friday – Family Awareness and Appreciation Night
16 – Mon DSTP for Reading (grades 8, 9, 10)
17 – Tues DSTP for Reading (grades 8, 9, 10)
19 – Thurs DSTP for Writing (grades 8, 9, 10)
20 - Fri DSTP for Writing (grades 8, 9, 10)
27 – Fri Inservice Day (No school for Students)
30 – Mon "Making College & Career Count" - Grade 12 @ 8am
Family Awareness & Appreciation Night Reflection:
When?Friday, March 13, 2009
Where?Seaford High School
Time?6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Purpose? To hold Parental informational sessions on upcoming school events and to celebrate
the union between Seaford High School and the community.
Faculty vs. Students Basketball Game
3-Point Halftime Pie Contest
Arts & Crafts Creations
Life after High School – Final Key Steps
SHS Dates & Events to Lock-in
Delaware School Law – What you may not know
$1.00 Donation is required for chance at Pie Contest - Unlimited Chances - 5 winners called.
All proceeds will go to the Seaford High School Beautification Project.
Refreshments provided by the Ladies of Distinction
Tuesday, February 3, 2009 Reflection:
Thursday, February 5, 2008 Reflection:
Friday, February 6, 2008 Reflection:
Monday, February 9, 2008 Reflection:
Tuesday, February 10, 2008 Reflection: