Week of 11/21/2016

November 20, 2016 at 7:12 pm | In Uncategorized | No Comments

Hi All,

As we prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, here is a look at what we have planned:

Kindergarten: To get ready for Thanksgiving, the kindergarten students will make drawings of people, places, and things for which they are thankful.

1st Grade: Students in Room 105 will continue learning about color and value.  Each student will continue to use oil pastels to make a drawing.  Each student must mix his / her oil pastels to make at least 3 new colors or values. 

PLEASE NOTE: because of this week’s schedule, students in Room 107 will not have art class this week.

2nd Grade: The 2nd graders in Room 103 will continue learning about the artist Keith Haring.  Each student will continue creating a Keith haring-inspired drawing.

PLEASE NOTE: because of this week’s schedule, students in Room 107 will not have art class this week.

3rd Grade: The 3rd graders in Room 205 will continue learning about nonobjective art (art that does not try to represent a person, a place, or a thing).  This week, each student will continue planning his / her drawing in pencil.

4th Grade:  PLEASE NOTE: because of this week’s schedule, the 4th graders will not have art class.

5th Grade:  Students in Room 210 will continue working on One-Point Perspective Drawing #2.

PLEASE NOTE: because of this week’s schedule, the 5th graders in Room 219 will not have art class.

6th Grade: PLEASE NOTE: because of this week’s schedule, the 6th graders will not have art class.

7th Grade: The 7th graders in Room 119 will begin a lesson on architecture.  I will begin by reviewing how to use a t-square and a triangle.  Each student will then use these tools to make a drawing that uses at least 3 horizontal lines, at least 3 vertical lines, and at least 3 diagonal lines.

8th Grade: The 8th graders will begin a lesson on architecture.  I will begin by reviewing how to use a t-square and a triangle.  Each student will then use these tools to make a drawing that uses at least 3 horizontal lines, at least 3 vertical lines, and at least 3 diagonal lines.

As always, please let me know if there are any questions.

Duone Brown

Art Teacher,

Murray Language Academy

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