• LEMS ART Syllabus                                       2019-2020

    Krysty Nunley

    krysty.nunley@kcsdschools.net

    Objective: The purpose of this class is to teach you drawing techniques and design/color theory, boost your critical thinking skills and creativity, and develop your communication skills through creating, writing, and talking about art.

    Materials Needed: Every day you need to bring wooden pencils (the best for drawing), Eraser, Folder/binder (for storing handouts and worksheets)

    Grading:              50% Major Grades (Projects) All projects will be graded on a Rubric. There are four categories on the rubric: Requirements for project, Creativity, Craftsmanship, and Effort. Each category will be gone over so that students understand what is required of each category.

    50% Minor Grades (Class work)

    *If you are absent, check with me to see what you missed. It is the students’ responsibility to get caught up. Students have five days to get all missed work in.

    Late work will lose five points a day.                                                        Tutoring hours are Wednesday 3:15-4:00.

    Expectations:

    A- Act Responsible and make good choices

    R- Respect yourself, others, teacher and supplies

    T- Talk quietly when appropriate

    Class Procedures:

    1. Come into class quietly, sit in assigned seat and start on warm- up. Make sure you have your pencil ready to go.
    2. Listen during instructions and ask questions. When I need your attention, I will count down from five to zero. At zero, everyone should be silent and paying attention.
    3. While working, students may talk quietly to their tablemates. Talking to other tables is not allowed.
    4. The bell doesn’t dismiss you, the teacher does. Students will ONLY be dismissed when their table and floor space is clean and they have put away materials correctly and are sitting quietly.
    5. Bathroom is to be used before or after class.
    6. No food is allowed in the room. Water with a lid is ok.

    Consequences: Students that fail to meet any of the expectations or follow procedures will be given a warning. If the behavior doesn’t change, the student will talk with me in the hallway. If a third warning is given, then I will make parent contact.

    S.C. Visual Arts Standards: All projects and learning will be aligned to the SC Visual Arts Standards. There are four areas the standards address: Creating, Presenting, Responding and Connecting. Each Anchor Standard listed below is broken into benchmark standards and then indicator standards resulting in 27 total standards.

    Anchor Standard 1: I can use the elements and principles of art to create artwork.

    Anchor Standard 2: I can use different materials, techniques, and processes to make art.

    Anchor Standard 3: I can improve and complete artistic work using elements and principles.

    Anchor Standard 4: I can organize work for presentation and documentation to reflect specific content, ideas, skills, and or media.

    Anchor Standard 5: I can interpret and evaluate the meaning of an artwork.

    Anchor Standard 6: I can identify and examine the role of visual arts through history and world cultures.

    Anchor Standard 7: I can relate visual arts ideas to other arts disciplines, content areas, and careers.