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ART 1 3D DESIGN SCOPE & SEQUENCE

UNIT

BIG IDEA

core
learning
TRANSFER

enduring
understanding
MAKE MEANING

Design

Drawing

Relief

Armature

Constructio
n

Modeling

ESSENTIAL
QUESTIONS

CREATIVE PROBLEM
SOLVING student-centered

provoking inquiry
MAKE MEANING

challenges
ACQUISITION

What are possible definitions for


design?
Where did the rules for design
originate?
How do organization and design
relate?
What are values of organization
outside art?
How can chaos and organization
overlap?
What is the importance of
observation?
What is the relationship between
what we see and what we know?
How can we take things we see and
apply them to art?
Where do drawing skills come
originate?
What strategies can make drawing
simpler?
How can observational strategies be
used in everyday life?

SKILL SETS
performance assessment
ACQUISITION

Activating Space in 3D

Composition
Elements & Principles
Color Theory

Seeing the complex as simple parts

Observational Drawing
Proportion
Gesture
Contour
Basic Forms
Linear Perspective

Determining order of operations

Cutting Techniques
Layering Techniques

Inner Strength

Where do you find strength?


How does from evolve from
structure?
What factors influence chosen
materials as structural components?

Challenging the restrictions of


gravity

Armature Manipulation
Material Connections
Proportion

Connection

What are reasons for design plans?


What are benefits for leaving space
for designs to evolve?
How might pre-planning be a
limitation?
How can connections of material
create meaning in artwork?

Making adjustments on the fly, as


projects change from the original
plan

Basic Form Building


Measuring
Plan Drawings
Modular Construction
Material Attachment

Manipulation

Why do people manipulate


situations?
How do artists manipulate material?
How can changing a surface change
an artworks meaning?

Creating relationships between form


and surface

Hand Modeling
Carving
Surface Dcor

Organization

Observation

Order

Do humans need order?


How do we decide the order to
perform a task?

Ceramics

Control

Assemblage

Relationship

Deconstruct
ion

Removal

What aspects of life are in our


control?
What aspects of art are in our
control?
How do artists control their medium?
What are the relationships between
a medium and how an artist works
with it?
How does moisture content affect
clay manipulation?
In what ways do we categorize
relationships?
In what ways do we categorize
objects?
What relationships do we have with
objects?
How can a whole separate from its
parts?
How might one better understand
how something functions?
What is revealed by disassembling
an object?
When does breaking down
something become something new?

Developing sensitivity to material


and process

Clay Storage
Wedging
Hand-building Methods
Slip and Score
Surface Treatment & Glaze

Layering considering the part to the


whole

Mixed Media
Mixed Media Connections

Understanding creation through


subtraction

Disassembly
Reorganization

SKILLS DEFINED

PERFORMANCE

LESSON IDEAS

performance assessment
ACQUISITION

desired results
ESTABLISHED GOALS

ideas

Rule of thirds, 3/4 view, in-the-round,


freestanding, relief, positive versus negative
space
Elements and Principles vocabulary and usage in
artwork
Color schemes, color mixing techniques: tins,
shades, dull, color as meaning
Multiple view drawings, complex objects as
simple forms
Figural proportions, facial proportions
Overall quick encompassing sketches, thumbnail
plans
Contour as line and surface treatment
Cubes, cylinders, cones, spheres drawing
techniques
1-2 point perspective, horizon line, vanishing
point
Appropriate tools for materials, tool safety, relief
cuts, cutting from edge, fold cuts, scoring versus
cutting
Back to front layering, simple to complex, spatial
depth using actual space, copy and paste

Create Several sculptures


throughout the year that
cover each compositional
style

Techniques used in preplanning drawings in visual


journal for research and
development of sculptures

Create a relief sculpture

Whats the Angle?: Photography focus on rule of 3rds


and view
No Emphasis: Creating sculpture with no definite front
or back
In a Hole: Design a form where negative space is the
emphasis
Ratios: Study height, depth, width ratios of popular
sculpture
Big Deal: Investigate color and public art
Breaking it Down: Techniques for drawing threedimensionally
Body Language: The human figure as communication
What the World Needs: Design an artistic gadget with
plans
Follow Me: Rhythms between form and surface
Simplified: simple forms that make up our complex
world
Line and Space: Using linear perspective to generate
geometric form
Single Challenge: Single process only sculpture (folding,
cutting, etc)
Raising the Wall: The relationship between flat objects
and 3D
Depth and Place: Creating landscape in relief

Stacked: Layer-based 3D design


Wire construction, hump molds, standing models
Wire wrapping techniques, paper and tape
structure
Parts to whole reference in armature building
Cubes, cylinders, cones, spheres construction
techniques
Ruler usage, angle measurements,
Preparatory drawings with notes and details
Simple building block used to create complex
structure
Appropriate adhesives and connectors for
different media
Push/Pull to manipulate form, layering levels,
blending edges
Removing material, repetitive cuts, directional
cuts, cut length
General to specific, small increments, final
details last
Controlling moisture levels, plastic usage, how to
dry out clay
Wedging clay, kneading clay, recycling clay
Pinch, coil, slab
Creating surface area, proper clay welds
Stamping, carving, slab templates
Glaze application via brush, how and where to
glaze a piece
Found object sculpture, natural materials,
repurposed items
Innovative use of material to create new building
methods
Taking apart premade items, editing work
through removal
Arranging and rearranging structural
compositions

Freestanding sculpture that


has an armature to support
form

Construct a modular
sculpture

Hand modeled sculpture


where the surface interacts
with the form.

Functional and nonfunctional glazed ceramic


artworks

Compose a work that makes


meaning of parts to whole

Deconstruct ordinary item to


create sculpture

Stand on Your Own: Challenging gravity with wire


armature
Inside out: Purposeful display of connections and inner
workings
I am what I am: Armature as fine detail
Form Wars: how to create basic forms for construction
Design: Living units for a modern world
Portrait: Connections between the parts and the whole
Working together: group modular large scale
production
Bite-Sized: Scaling an intricate form into small blocks

Organism: Modeling abstract organic form inspired by


nature
Feel: Carving texture into artwork that is meant to be
felt
Thats not right: Create a surface that does not match
its form
Heritage: Research and create a vessel from cultural
background
Functionality: Create a usable series of ceramic artwork
Stand for Something: Stamping techniques and
symbolism in clay
Chop Marks: Artist signature as design
Creature Feature: Clay as special effects design
Mr. Fixit: Repairing a purposefully broken piece and
adjusting design
Different Apart Same Together: Use unlike items to
create a whole
Impossible Machine: Create a senseless item
Inner Beauty: Displaying the unseen inner-workings of
objects
Rearranged: Re-purposed items for new functions and
appeal

Art TEKS such as Digital, Painting, and Printmaking will be considered all inclusive TEKS. Painting and Printmaking will be seen as
ways of handling surface on three-dimensional objects and therefore will not have their own units. Similarly, the Digital TEKS will
be met on each assignment as students will use software to create, manipulate, and document their work digitally.