Lesson Plan : Gustav Klimt in Camouflage

Teacher Name:
 Ms. St. Marie
Grade:
 Grade 2
Subject:
 Arts and Crafts

Topic:
 Gustav Klimt used patterns of shape and color in his paintings.
Content:
  Gustav Klimt Warm and Cool colors Pattern Repeat symbols
Goals:
 to make a painting of a person using warm or cool colors, pattern and organization of those patterns to create a Klimt like image.
Objectives:
 Students will be able to identify Gustav Klimt as the painter of the "Portrait of Adel" apply the principle of pattern to a portrait use either a warm, or cool color palette as the dominant color scheme
Materials:
 Posters of "Portrait of Adel" markers crayons paint paper scissors glue
Introduction:
 what are some animals that you can think of that are able to camouflage themselves with their environment? There is a painter who does this with this portraitof "ADEL" painting.
Development:
 How does he make her dress blend with the background? Colors? Shapes? Gather students to demo table, background pattern, make grid with pencil, draw in each box create a person to match background pattern have them 'popped out' from the surface by cutting the paper 2 times in the center and pulling the paper foward glue paper cut out person to the chair made by the cut paper
Practice:
 give students background paper, 8x8" pencil begin background grid markers, draw a repeated set of lines or symbols, may borrow from Klimt poster seperate paper 3x6" draw person with matching pattern to background fold and cut paper on the fold to create a platform for the figure glue figure to seat complete
Accommodations:
 assist or make an example for everyone as they draw with me, walk around and assist as needed pre-draw figure for those who have much dificulty
Checking For Understanding:
 walk around the room to observe progress product of student work
Closure:
 Did you complete all of the steps of the project? what was the goal of this picture? to create a figure in a camouflaged environment.
Evaluation:
 I believe the students attention is more involved whan they work on a smaller scale, to complete the image in one day, rather than the original 3 day plan.
Teacher Reflections:
 working with pattern over a series of weeks has reinforced student's awareness of patterns in their environment. The kids have the tool of pattern as design well developed and ready to apply to any composition.

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