Each teacher develops instructional strategies formulated from the CPS district pacing guides and the ODE standards to develop their own assessments. The district also requires benchmark assessments for the elementary students and semester exams for students in core academic classes. The state requires OAA assessments for elementary and OGT for 10th grade students.
This class is for 4th-8th grade non-visual art majors. Each student will be instructed in the fundamentals of artistic expression. Students will be introduced to the foundation principles and elements of art namely: line, shape, color, texture, pattern as well as other groundwork for composition. Art Exposure students learn how to distinguish between painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and fibers. Students will use studio materials to explore how art basics are translated into still life, landscapes, portraits, abstract imagery, design objects and crafts. Students in Art Exposures learn introductory art vocabulary and begin their formal survey of major artists who are living as well as artists from the past.
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