Genre Painting Visual Arts Performance Task 9 through 12 #1 Student Number 4 Standards: VA1: Media , Techniques and Processes: The student demonstrates understanding and can apply media, techniques and processes.
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9 through 12 #1
Student Number 4
VA1: Media , Techniques and Processes: The student demonstrates understanding and can apply media, techniques and processes.
VA1a: The student demonstrates increasing proficiency in the production of two- and three-dimensional art forms by using a variety of materials and advanced technology.
Please Note: In order for a student to meet standard VA1a, he or she must successfully complete this Performance Task as well as Task Grades 9 thru 12 #2.
VA1c: The student uses and explains how media, technological tools, techniques and processes are used to solve visual art problems.
VA2: Structures and Functions: The student demonstrates knowledge of structures and functions.
VA2c: The student selects and uses the elements of art and principles of design to communicate ideas, solve visual problems, and develop personal expression.
VA3: Subject Matter, Symbols, and Ideas: The student chooses and evaluates a range of subject matter, symbols and ideas.
VA3a: The student creates a work of art to communicate intended meaning using information and ideas from a variety of sources.
VA5: Characteristics and Merit of Work: The student reflects upon and assesses the characteristics and merits of their work and the work of others.
VA5c: The student will compare and contrast the quality, craftsmanship, and effectiveness of personal work and that of others by using a formal system.
The student’s sketch solves representational problems and demonstrates organization and meaning from a variety of ideas.
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To extend this activity, other techniques could be added into the planning of this unit. This would allow for more experimentation and a greater variety of media.
A variety of media could be included within one work of art as opposed to a single media, therefore, introducing more rigor into this project.
What is the value of using this performance task to assess student learning?
Through this assessment increased proficiency and communication is developed using media, techniques and processes.
The use of the principles of design and the elements of art is reinforced.
An understanding of self is developed through reflection.Implications for Teaching and Learning