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    DRAWING II

     

    Scope and Sequence

     

    Quarter I

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    I.      ELEMENTS OF DESIGN (review from Drawing I)

    a.         The student will be able to apply the Elements of Design to construct and organize their drawings and understand the vocabulary to use when discussing art and the visual environment.

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    II.     PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

    a.         The student will be able to apply the Principles of Design to construct and organize their drawings and understand the vocabulary to use when discussing art and the visual environment.

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    III.    DRAWING ANIMALS

    a.         The student will be able to examine animal anatomy and expression in order to compose a complete finished, powerful animal drawing.

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    IV.   DRAWING THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

    a.         The student will be able to apply one-point and two-point perspective by way of drawing the built environment.

    Quarter II

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    V.    DRAWING THE PORTRAIT

    a.         The student will be able to learn about the artist-model relationship and the portrait poses; how to draw the planes of the face; then how to focus on and draw the individual features of the face and relate the features according to the most common facial proportions.

    Big Idea:  Aesthetic Awareness

    VI.   FIGURE DRAWING

    a.         The student will be able to observe human anatomy and the way a body poses and moves; apply that knowledge into figure drawings; prepare to draw the figure in full value; to infuse drawings of the figure with real feelings and emotions.