Art

 

   Art Team

                          Mr. Clay and Miss Reger

About Us

This is Mr. Clay's tenth year teaching in MCPS. In his spare time, he loves playing sports and listening to music. His favorite team is the Green Bay Packers. He looks forward to seeing everyone in class, trying their best, and having fun!

Miss Reger teaches at Resnik on Wednesdays and Fridays. This is her second year as an art teacher.  Miss Reger enjoys printmaking and ceramics as well as reading books and spending time with family.  She looks forward to another fun, exciting, and creative year at Resnik!

Upcoming Events/Announcements

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Curriculum

Below are art curriculum concepts and topics that students will be creating and on which they will be assessed. We'll take what the students already know, apply some new experiences/teachings, and challenge all students to create something fun, personal, and artistic.
                                                                        

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 PRE-KINDERGARTEN  

  • We will be drawing, cutting, painting, creating sculptures and more revolved around the curriculum themes: Ready for School (Theme 1 - Children learn the expectations, routines, and behaviors of school); and My Family (Theme 2 - Children learn, talk, read, and write about family members, family roles, and unique qualities of families).

KINDERGARTEN  

  • Art room routines / Drawing pre-assessment
  • Line: Identification, direction, movement
  • Shape: Identification, attributes
  • Color: Identification, primary
  • Color: Identification, secondary, mixing
  • Line / Shape / Color

FIRST GRADE

  • Safety and responsibility in the art room
  • Safety and responsibility in the art room/Line (direction, types), shape (organic,geometric), and color (expressing personal meaning)
  • Form (3-D, geometric, organic/Reasons for creating art
  • Illustrators and communicating ideas (theme and content)
  • Creation and response to artwork using art vocabulary

SECOND GRADE

  • Safety and responsibility in art class/Line (direction), shape (organic, geometric), and color (warm, cool)
  • Line, shape, and color to communicate meaning
  • Communication of ideas and feelings
  • Space (overlapping, background, foreground, horizon line)
  • Evaluation of art

  THIRD GRADE

  • Safety and responsibility in art class/Review of art elements and design principles
  • Theme and content of artwork
  • Use of art elements and design principles to achieve a desired result (sources for ideas and design steps)

 FOURTH GRADE

  Creating and Connecting Art

  • Represent relationships among observed people, animals, and objects in a composition by selecting and using the elements of art to achieve specific effects
  • Organize the elements of art: color, line, shape, texture, form, value, and space, and selected principles of design: pattern, repetition, contrast, rhythm/movement, balance, and unity to create artworks in response to what is observed or seen

  Presenting and Responding to Art  

  • Compare and describe how artists communicate point of view and mood using art vocabulary

  • Analyze selected works of art and describe how different artists express ideas and feelings about human experience

  • Compare selected artworks to determine similarities and differences in theme, content, form, and style

  FIFTH GRADE

  Creating and Connecting Art

  • Select and use visual art processes to interpret and express ideas in art and other disciplines
  • Organize the elements of art and principles of design: pattern, repetition, contrast, rhythm, movement, balance, unity, and emphasis to create artworks in response to what is observed or seen                                                                    
            

  Presenting and Responding to Art

  • Analyze how physical qualities of people, animals, and objects are represented through the elements of art
  • Analyze a variety of artworks to determine similarities and differences in theme, content, form, and style
 
         
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