• STUDIO IN CRAFTS

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    Students will experience visual awareness and perceptual skills through crafts assignments.  Encourages exploration of individual components of the visual arts through the introduction of basic concepts and media in a variety of craft experiences.  Provide an opportunity to develop skills for life-long learning

    STUDENT LEARNING  OUTCOMES:

        After successful completion of this course students will be able to:

    1. Create projects using a variety of craft activities.
    2. Analyze, interpret, and discuss crafts from various historic time periods.
    3. Apply analytical and constructive approaches to class activities and critiques.

    4. Demonstrate the value of an active sketchbook/journal for continuous entries for personal growth.

    5. Create crafts expressing familiarity with various materials and tools.

    6. Create assigned crafts and be evaluated.

    7. Participate in critiques of craft assignments by contributing commentary on visual analysis of technique

          and production of projects.

    8. Self select projects to photograph for inclusion in portfolio

    TOPICAL OUTLINE

    Bookbinding

    Stained Glass

    Trivet using clay and glass

    Clay

    Metals

    Textiles - weaving

    Printmaking

    Sculpture – cardboard

    GRADING

    ALL FINISHED PIECES ARE BASED ON STATED CRITERIA FOR EACH PROJECT

    ALL PROJECTS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ON TIME TO AVOID LATE PENALTIES

    AtTENDANCE

    ATTENDANCE WILL BE RECORDED DAILY

    SEE CODE OF CONDUCT PG. 10-12

     

     

    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

    Students are expected to be punctual, courteous, honest and focused.   Students are expected to use tools properly, safely and care for and clean them appropriately

    First infraction: discucssion between teacher and student, second infraction:

    Parent phone call, Third infraction:  detention assigned

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