Classroom

Free Daily & Weekly Downloads

Lesson Plans on famous individuals and moments in history

Fine Arts - 3rd

Exploring Famous Artists: A Journey Through Fine Arts

Title: Exploring Famous Artists: A Journey Through Fine Arts

Compliance: Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Visual Arts

Subject: Fine Arts

Summary: This activity will introduce third-grade students to famous artists and their works, allowing them to explore different art styles and techniques.

Topic: Exploring Famous Artists

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify and recognize famous artists and their works
  • Describe different art styles and techniques
  • Create their own artwork inspired by famous artists

Methodology:

This activity will be conducted over a series of lessons, combining both classroom discussions and hands-on art projects. Students will be introduced to various famous artists and their works through multimedia presentations, books, and online resources. They will engage in discussions about different art styles and techniques, and participate in art activities to apply their knowledge.

Resources/Materials Required:

  • Books about famous artists
  • Multimedia presentations (slideshows, videos)
  • Art supplies (paper, pencils, paints, brushes, etc.)
  • Computers or tablets with internet access

Instructions:

Lesson 1: Introduction to Famous Artists

Objective: To introduce students to famous artists and their works.

  1. Show students a slideshow presentation featuring famous artists and their most famous works. Discuss each artist and their unique style.
  2. Read aloud a book about one of the featured artists, encouraging students to ask questions and share their thoughts.
  3. Assign a small research project where students choose one artist to learn more about. They can use books or online resources to gather information and create a short presentation to share with the class.

Lesson 2: Exploring Art Styles and Techniques

Objective: To help students understand different art styles and techniques.

  1. Discuss different art styles (e.g., realism, impressionism, abstract) and techniques (e.g., shading, perspective, color mixing).
  2. Show examples of artworks representing each style and technique.
  3. Engage students in a hands-on activity where they experiment with different art styles and techniques. Provide art supplies and encourage creativity.

Lesson 3: Creating Art Inspired by Famous Artists

Objective: To allow students to create their own artwork inspired by famous artists.

  1. Review the works of the previously introduced artists.
  2. Assign each student a different artist and ask them to create a piece of artwork inspired by that artist's style. Provide art supplies and guidance as needed.
  3. Display the students' artwork in the classroom and have a gallery walk where students can appreciate and discuss each other's creations.

Assessment:

Assessment will be conducted throughout the activity using various methods:

  • Classroom discussions and participation
  • Observation of students' engagement and understanding during art activities
  • Review of students' research presentations
  • Evaluation of students' final artwork based on creativity, understanding of the artist's style, and use of techniques

By the end of this activity, students should:

  • Know: The names of famous artists and their most famous works, different art styles and techniques
  • Understand: The importance of art in expressing ideas and emotions, the diversity of art styles and techniques
  • Can do: Create their own artwork inspired by famous artists, discuss and appreciate different art styles and techniques

Supply List
✓ No credit card required

51 days ago
Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Visual Arts

EducatorLab - AI generated compliant lesson plans, worksheets & activities | Product HuntEducatorLab | Featured on Futurepedia

EducatorLab

Made with Powered by OpenAI