A value is a belief or a personal philosophy. Your values will influence your decisions, there is common personal values for all people.
The effort, is a good value, when the effort is authentic and well-intended, the effort is a good value for training daily into classroom with different homework and drawing projects. This value is my personal value and all the time to develop him with my students around my explications. The life is beautiful but if you wanted something, you would work hard daily.
The gratitude is other value more important, the gratitude for have life, the gratitude for have family, the gratitude for have school.
The optimist is other important value, sometimes the optimist is a strong sensation for keep up despite the bad situations and not good things.
The environmental principies and values are important, because the natural environment and global warming are important too. Is necessary to have good values about this theme, because is a theme and green subject enough our word and life.
Basically, building skills to manage the projects, daily homework and study of themes. Increase of creativity, Development of intuition
When I start a unit I began to think about the advantages and disadvantages.
To develop a new unit si good and nice because the knowledge can do news conexiones and explanations about this unit. The students all the time are such as happy.
The knowledge about different things is getting better, if the students made all the time the homework into the classroom.
The material to develop different units must be a material practice and real. Today the internet is a digital revolution and the school should have this resource in the classroom. Many teachers use the internet to search for themed websites an online simulations for training the students the real life and to develop some educational experiences at school.
Manu students would like the internet and new technology to learn at school, after school at home they could have a learning tool too.
Students have to learning
the differences between materials, techniques, and process how different materials, techniques, and processes cause different responses to use different media, techniques, and processes to communicate ideas, experiences, and stories to use art materials and tools in a safe and responsible manner.
MATHEMATICAL COMPETENCE in the units related to Geometric Operations (In general words, Technical Drawing) Basic competences in technology and sciences, but It`s possible to apply in our subject mainly in the units 2 and 3.
LEARNING TO LEARN encouraging students to look for information in different sources.
COMPETENCE IN SOCIAL SKILLS AND CITIZENSHIP. Interpersonal, intercultural and social competences and civic competence.
AUTONOMY AND PERSONAL INITIATIVE. That key competence is essential in our methodology based in a dynamic expression of Pedagogy.
CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC EXPRESSION, present in all and each topic of the subject.
The most important thing is to have personal and good values about life, cooperation, effort, family and future, for example. Daily each student should have good concentration and to develop educational resources for training your brain and personal skills. The students are training for life and the school must be a good training for working life.
UNIT 1 GEOMETRIC OPERATIONS. TECHNICAL DRAWING: MATERIALS, SIGNS AND LINES
Simple instruments and materials for the accomplishment of drawing geometric elements: points, lines and circumference. Operations with segments, straight lines and semi straight lines. The circumference and its division in equal parts.
Identifying several types of instruments and materials for geometric drawing Learning basic notions about geometric elements. Getting students to make operations with segments, to trace angle bisector and perpendicular bisector. Being able to divide circumference and segments in equal parts.
Every day, students get to make the exercises that the teacher had explained in the chalkboard.
The tasks will be very simple based in their text book.
Theory and practise: 10 sessions
Drawing Compass o Eraser
coloured pencils o Art paper
UNIT 2: VISUAL LANGUAGE AND PERCEPCION
Introduction to the perception of the image: the use of sight Components of the image. Introduction to the visual contact.
The visual languages: photographs, cinema, television, video, comic.
Types of images: lines of vision, real images,mental images, symbolic images, fixed images, images in movement. · Introduction to the flat form: closed and open forms; regular and irregular forms; positive and negative forms.
Learning how to see the images, understanding its meanings o Getting students to express through means of shapes
To communicate ideas, To develop creativity, To develop the ability to observe and record them accurately, To develop in every child the natural talent and ideas that make every artist unique
Search and find brands, marks, symbols…in several magazines and newspapers. Cut and glue in your Drawing book making a new composition. Don’t forget to paint a background.
Draw a portrait of a colleague, making a simple sketch. After it, try working with a mirror in front of you and draw a self portrait but use the style of another artist, for instance Van Gogh, Picasso…..or using different techniques. Make four versions. If you want, use a photo
Comic- Tell a little story using a comic, in other words, make a story-board in four o five frames drawing a cartoon.
1 hour /theory 3 hours/ task TOTAL= 14 SESSIONS Till half of DECEMBER. End of 1st.three-month period
RESOURCES AND MATERIALS
Drawing pencils, soft graphite pencils, (2B-4B), charcoal, coloured pencils, wax crayons Chalk pastels, including white and black, art paper, scissors
Magazines and newspapers
UNIT 3: VISUAL ELEMENTS OF THE IMAGE : POINT, LINE, SHAPES AND
The point, the line and the surface as elements to structure the space, shape, colour and light/shade of images. Natural and artificial textures. Expressivity of the visual elements of the image. o Introduction to the technique of engraving. Being capable of using dots, lines, colours, textures..in their drawings searching new forms of expression.
To develop the ability to use different qualities of line to express feelings, moods To develop their understanding of shape, form, texture and the sensory qualities of materials.
Draw a still-life, for example, a bowl of fruit using points for painting the form and obtaining a feeling of volume. Make one in black and white (felt-tip-pen) and other using coloured pencils (watercolours or pens).
Paint a landscape using fine or heavy parallel lines according to the effect of depth or volume that you want to give. Draw the same landscape realising it with wavy and coloured lines like Van Gogh’s pictures
Look for an art work in some book. About this image, create a new composition with flat forms. Cut glossy paper, silk paper and cardboards of colours and transform the artistic work
Make a free composition mixing several textures in contrast to it.
3 sessions x 4 exercises=12 SESSIONS (plus 1/2 theory)
Coloured pencils o Pens
cards of colours,
Tools for engraving