Landscape Drawing (Lines in the Landscape)


(Class: Y6 Hope, Y6 Peace, Y6 Care and Y6 Virtue)


DURATION: 29th August to 17th November, 2017



Inquiry Question: What different techniques have artists used to record their emotional relationship with the landscape?

Key Concepts: Communication

Global Contexts: Personal and Cultural Expression

Related Concepts: Representation and Style





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Drawing and Shading techniques


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXwv46q99hY&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBkW05iKIcI&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hvaPzf30FA

Class and Home works to be completed before 01/09/17
1) Introduction
2) Use of developmental Workbook
3) Inquiry Question

Class and Home works to be completed before or on 26/9 (Hope and Care), 28/9 (Virtue), and 29/9 (Peace)

Research Assessment Project Brief (Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding)

1) Introducing Shading Skills

2) Class/Home Work: Value Scale Practice through use of Cross-hatching, Circular, Stippling and Blending techniques


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Example only. Research project is the way to consolidate students' understanding of the topic and to develop their writing skills through effective use of art vocabulary in the investigation.

Class and Home works to be completed before 13th October

1) Introducing Landscape Observational Drawing
2) Landscape Quick Sketches
(MYP Criteria B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

3) Home Work: Introducing Lines Worksheet (Labelling and Colouring lines on Van Gogh's art piece "Arles: View from the Wheat fields)



(MYP Criteria B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

Class and Home works to be completed before 17th October (Hope and Care)
Class and Home works to be completed before 3rd November (Viture and Peace)
1) Landscape Observational Drawing 2
2) Home landscape Observational Drawing
3) Work Evaluation and Reflection (Use the above guiding questions again)
(MYP Criteria B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

Class works to be completed before 3rd November
1) Take a line for a walk: Abstract / Figurative lines expression
2) Make a series of observational drawing of the natural environment around school. Use a variety of lines to record the natural environment accurately. Incorporate depth-of-field to create the illusion of space
2) Set Three goals you are expected to achieve in this task
3) Work evaluation and reflection
(MYP Criteria B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

Home works to be completed before TBC
1) Worksheets on Shapes (Building up Art Vocabulary through shape making)
2) Home work: Research on a high resolution landscape artwork image.
A) Label the artworks
B) Tell how elements of lines, shapes and colours contribute to mood and feeling
That is to investigate the chosen landscape image and if you can find any visual elements of lines, shapes and colours being arranged in the artwork. Such arrangement would evoke a sense of mood and feeling to you, right? What is it about? Apply relevant subject terms to the writing approperiately.
C) Tell about the image story
D) Reproduction of the selected artwork

(MYP Criterion A: Knowing and understanding)

Class and Home works to be completed before TBC
1) Make a series of observational drawing of the natural environment around home. Use a variety of lines to record the natural environment accurately. Incorporate depth-of-field to create the illusion of space
2) Set Three goals you are expected to achieve in this task
3) Work evaluation and reflection
(MYP Criteria B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

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Example only. Art reflections and evaluations apply to the process of learning in any form of assessment.

Class works and Home tasks to be completed before TBC
1) Using the observational drawings done previously, students will transfer and enlarge drawings within the studio. Artwork will be completed in ink.
2) Set Three goals you are expected to achieve in this task
3) Work evaluation, Reflection and Peer evaluation
(MYP Criteria A: Knowing and understanding, B: Developing skills, C: Thinking creatively, D: Responding)

1) Research project on art appreciation and analysis (Please see attached file)


2) Landscape drawing in school campus (with self-reflection and work evaluation

Make sure you need to give reflection and work evaluation to each of the given tasks.

ABSTRACT LINES
1) Class work: Shading with circular, blending, free line and cross-hatching techniques
2) Line Interpretation of "Dizzy" and "Space": Create and abstract artwork that use uses line, shape, pattern, colour and texture in a varied way.
3) Work Evaluation and Reflection (Use the attached guiding questions for your writing. You may select up to THREE questions.)
1) Class Work: Lines exploration (Length, Width, Texture, Direction and Curve) (MYP Criterion B: Developing Skills)
2) Class Work: Labelling and Colouring lines on Van Gogh's art piece "Arles: View from the Wheat fields




Exemplar works

Felt-pen
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Ink

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Pencil and Charcoal

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Mixed Media



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Scratchboard

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Mono-print
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Etching


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All works must have work evaluation and self-reflection

Work evaluation: work quality in terms of drawing and shading techniques, proportion of the object, light and shadow, etc.

Self-reflection: what did you learn from this task/unit? How such knowledge and skill contributes to a positive understanding of the topic or other learning areas. (e.g. Approach to Learning: THINKING, ORGANIZATION, INFORMATION LITERACY, TRANSFER, COMMUNICATION, REFLECTION & COLLABORATION. Details see below diagram)

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