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Unit 1: The Elements and Principles of Art / Aesthetics / Art History

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Syllabus This describes the grading system used for this class, the rules, and the general material taught.
Outline of Course If you would like to see a whole outline of what is taught during the semester, this is it!
Chapter One Worksheet

This worksheet is derived from information from chapter one of the book, Art Talk by Rosalind Ragans.

Chapter One Practice Test The answers to the questions here can be found in chapter one of the book, Art Talk by Rosalind Ragans
Elements and Principles Booklet Rubric The grade for the elements and principles booklet is calculated using this rubric.
Elements and Principles Booklet:
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Diagrams for how to construct the booklet. A good student Handout.
Aesthetics PowerPoint Presentation The basis for the aesthetics bulletin board project, this presentation can be accessed on the web.
PowerPoint Presentation
Aesthetics Bulletin Board Handout  
Aesthetic Bulletin Board Job Descriptions  
Aesthetic Bulletin Board Rubric  
Art History Project Website This site describes what the project is and gives links to the resources used to do the project.
Art History PowerPoint Handout A description for creating the presentation can be found here.
Art History PowerPoint Worksheet This worksheet will help to get you started on your worksheet.
Art History PowerPoint Rubric Find out how your art history project will be graded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Unit 2: Line, Rhythm, and Movement

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Chapter Five Worksheet What is line and how is it used by artists? This question is answered in chapter five of Art Talk by Rosalyn Ragans.
Chapter Nine Worksheet Chapter nine of Art Talk is about the principle of rhythm. This worksheet should be done as this chapter is read.
Rhythm Strips Procedure Created mainly for teachers, this handout can also be used to instruct students who are making up work or studying at home.
Measure and Mark Handout Use this handout with the Rhythm Strips Project. It goes over the very necessary skill of how to make parallel lines and how to mark measurements accurately.  
The Theories of Art / Nonobjective Art PowerPoint  

 

 
Nonobjective Art Worksheet Using chapter __ of the text ______________, read about what nonobjective art is, who started it and the various classifications of it.
Nonobjective Art Project Procedure This project takes students step-by-step through creating a piece of nonobjective art using line and rhythm.
Art Criticism Handout Describing the four steps of art criticism, this handout uses the example of Paul Gauguin's, Three Puppies. There is a picture of it and a link to more information on the web page.
Abbreviated Practice Test for Previous Units This short quiz reviews basics like the elements and principles and what rhythm is. It also has questions on the steps of art criticism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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