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CURRI CULUM PL A NNI NG TO OL

Unit Big Idea: Health & Fitness

Grade Level: 3rd

Illinois Fine Art Goals: 25A, 26A, 27A

Week 1

Session

Unit Key Concepts and Essential Questions:


Being healthy is one of the most important things to know to live a long, happy life.
Eating healthy is important for a growing body and creates healthy habits.
Staying active and exercising is good for the body and soul.

Title of Lesson/
Expected
Result[s]
[& Length of
Time to
Completion]

LP Key
Concepts
[list the IMPT
concepts about
the big idea]

Dialogue/Concepts
[Essential Questions
you will ask; points of
discussion; what they
are learning]

Interest
Inventory

Artistic skill is
important

When did you first come


into contact with art?

Artistic
Assessment

Art has many


meanings

What tools have you


used in art so far?

40 minutes

Art is used in
everything

Do you like art?

Historical/MC &
Contemporary
Art Exemplars
[artworks, books,
artists, visitors,
interviews,
videos]
Leonardo Da
Vinci; Mona Lisa

Key Artistic
Concepts
[conceptual
understandings,
materials,
techniques]

Instructional/Artmaking
Activities
[Bullet point step by step
procedures for the
activities]

Closure/
Assessment
[how you will wrap it up and
how you will grade the
lessons results]

Drawing, Design,

Introduction Game

Brief discussion of schedule


for the next 7 weeks

Pencil and paper

Brief Discussion on what


art is

Assessment of
techniques

How long have you


made art?

Ending Discussion,
schedule of the following
weeks

Week 2

What does art mean to


you?
Tin Foil
Sculpture Part 1
Sculptures of
human body
40 minutes

Tin Foil
The human body
as a whole
Proportions of
the Body
Body movement

Multiple worksheets
assessing each students
artistic skills and
techniques

How does the human


body move?

Youtube;

How the body


moves

Brief Discussion on the


human body used in art

How do we use our


bodies every day?

https://www.yout
ube.com/watch?
v=WdC4DaYIeQ

How the body can


be used in art
practices

2 groups: count off by


numbers

Frozen First
Look Trailer

How amazing the


human body is

Half the class will model


for other half of class with
tin foil

What can we do with


our bodies?

I will look through everyones


worksheets and grade on
effort and completion

Ending Discussion:
What did we learn about the
Human Body with art?
Assessment of the tin foil
sculptures will be after the
next class when everyone
finishes them

Why is it important to
keep our bodies
healthy?

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Week 3

Tin Foil
Sculpture Part 2

Continuation of
the human body

Why are our bodies


important?

Youtube;

Sculptures of
human body

Yoga

What is Yoga and how


can it be used to keep
your body healthy?

https://www.yout
ube.com/watch?
v=CzDvxXEOPF
w

Week 4

40 minutes

Nutrition Label
Session Part 1

Understanding of
the nutrition facts
on foods

Making a Cereal
box of students
own design

Whats healthy
and unhealthy

Week 5

Making a
nutrition label for
cereal boxes
40 minutes

How would you describe


yourself?

Forming the
physical cereal
box of
themselves
Creating their
own nutrition
label

What elements go into


making a container?
How many ingredients
with be in your cereal

Picking favorite
food and
recreating it
40 minutes

Week 6

Mixture of yoga
and making art

Second group will pose


for last weeks posing
group

Overall body
movement

Image:

How nutrition is
used in every day
life

Wheaties Cereal
Box

Why nutrition
labels are
important
Being positive
about themselves
and their
classmates

Image:
Wheaties Cereal
Box

What are you doing on


your cereal box?

Placement and
alignment of
making a box
Making an
effective design
on the cereal box

Brief Lecture in what


nutrition is
Go through Wheaties box
and show teacher
example
Each student works
independently to form
their nutrition label of
themselves

Review from part 1 of


lesson
Going back to groups
and finishing cereal box
project

Making a
physical
representation of
the students
favorite food
using model
magic

What is your favorite


food?

Video:

What shape the


food they like is

Show students my
favorite food (video)

Is it considered healthy
or unhealthy?

https://www.taste
made.com/video
s/four-cheesemac-attack

Ask what everyones


favorite food is, whether
its healthy or not

Any food is okay


in moderation
(serving sizes

What does the food look


like when it prepared?

Correct
proportions,
serving size and
colors of the food

What colors does the


food have?

Over all accurate


representation of
the food

Ending Discussion:
What did we learn today about
yoga and its many benefits to
human health?
Assessment of tin foil
sculptures will be overall
description of human body,
proportional body parts, and
effort on project.
Ending Discussion:
Why is it important to be
positive about yourself?
Assessment is on effort of the
students and how much work
gets done during the session.

Ending Discussion:
Why is it important to know
where the nutrition label is on
your food?
Assessment is based on
finished work of cereal box
and cooperation of entire
group on the project

Making an
accurate nutrition
label for their
cereal box

What do you look like on


your cereal box?

Model Magic
Food Session
Part 1

Quick Yoga Lesson: the 5


basic yoga techniques
from the video

5 Basic yoga
poses for kids

How many ingredients


make up your own
unique cereal box?

40 minutes

Nutrition Label
Session Part 2

How would your friends


describe you?

How the body


moves with yoga
movements

Start crafting their favorite


food using model magic

Ending Discussion:
Did we learn anything new
about our favorite foods? What
were they?
Assessment is based on
participation and effort for the
class period

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Week 7

Art Critique
Session
Displaying all
students artwork
for everyone to
critique
40 Minutes

Making a mini art


gallery showing
all the students
work from the
curriculum

What is an art critique?

Video:

Why is art critique so


important?

https://www.yout
ube.com/watch?
v=vBBOMLURS
GA

What are the


basic elements of
an art critique?
How does an art
critique relate to
an art museum?
Forming a basic
understanding of
art critique

Brief lecture on what an


art critique is

Ending Discussion:

Watch Video

What was learned during our


art classes?

Everyone displays their


work and we have a mini
art museum party!

Can anyone summarize?


Assessment based on
participation and accurate
display of artwork

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