Chris Parker 119 East Craig San Antonio, Texas 78212
6. Keystone Fran"Kinder"stein Kollages
The story of Frankenstein centers around a mad doctor taking pieces from different places and putting them back together to form a masterpiece. Students rip different colored pieces of construction paper to form of a monster in their likeness.
Grade Level - Kindergarten Duration - One Class Media Type - Paper Construction/Collage
Curriculum Integration Subject Integration: Art History Content Standards: VA.Cr1.1.1a - Engage collaboratively in exploration and imaginative play with materials. VA.Cr1.2.1a - Use observation and invstigation in prepartion for making a work of art. VA.Cr2r.1.1a Explore uses of materials and tools to create works of art or design VA.Cr.2.2.1a - Demonstrate safe and proper procedures for using materials, tools, and equipment while making art. VA: Cr2.3.1a - Identify and classify uses of everyday objects through drawings, diagrams, sculptures or other visual means. VA: Cr3.1.1a - Use art vocabulary to describe choices while creating art. VA:Re7.1.1a - Select and describe works of art that illustrate daily life experiences of one's self and others. VA:Re7.2.1a - Compare images that represent the same subject VA:re8.1.1a - Interpret art by categorizing subject matter and identifying the characteristics of form. VA:Re9.1.1a - Classify artwork based on different reasons for preferences. VA:Pr4.1.1a - Explain why some objects, artifacts and artwork are valued over others. VA:Pr5.1.1a - Ask and answer questions such as where, when, why and how artwork should be prepared for presentation or preservations. VA: Pr6.1.1a - Identify the roles and responsibilities of people who work in and visit museums and other art venues. VA:Cn10.1.1a - Identify times, places and reasons by which students make art outside of school. VA: Cn11.1.1a Understand that people from different places and times have made art for a variety of reasons. OBJECTIVE/ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVE: Students will: - learn the greatness of Young Frankenstein - discuss what a collage is - talk about about composition - talk about ripping paper, how much glue to apply to the back. - talk abut how to correctly hold and cut with scissors. - talk about human anatomy and the parts of their head and face: Eyes, Hair, Nose, Mouth, Chin, Ears, Neck... RUBRICS: Students will be graded by completion. MATERIALS & PROCEDURES 10" x 15" black piece of paper 10" x 15" assorted colored construction paper Elemer's Glue Scissors 1 8 x 10 photo print out of each student (taken in a previous class) PROCEDURES: With Halloween around the corner, monsters are not just out at night. They come in the form of four and five year olds. We talk about monsters and one of the oldest known and well known monsters is Frankenstein, but monsters are a prevalent theme in today's pop culture. Monster's Inc series, Hotel Translyvania, Monsters vs. Aliens, Scooby Doo, Shrek, etc... Students are given a piece of black paper to create a scary mood. Students are given a 8 x 10 photo of themselves and cut out prominent facial features (eyes, nose, ears, mouth, hair...) and assorted colored construction paer. Students rip pieces of the construction paper and create their likeness in the form of a monster.
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