Middle School Art Lesson: Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art History Game & Sub Plans

Middle School Art Lesson: Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art History Game & Sub Plans

This can be used to homeschool the 5th-8th grades
This is a popular choice for students in 5th and 6th grades.

Also includes: PDF and 22 pages

Are you ready to brighten up your dull life? art history Lesson? What about a game of dice? It is possible to use this art lesson in creating a Roy Lichtenstein musical composition drawing. Are you going to be gone? Do you need to fill up? art sub plan A folder filled with easy-to-implement, low-prep art projects. Your students will learn about Abstract Expressionism and the conflict it represents. Pop Art Benday dots were popular in the 1950s and silkscreen printing was common. Your students will be guided from start to finish by the illustrated instructions with a PowerPoint presentation that includes close-up and detailed photos.

BE PREPARED

Do you need an art lesson to replace someone who is going absent? Are you looking for something to do with your family? Remote AccessOder DistanceWhat is your situation? Take away the anxiety of missing! The art project has been designed so that you can complete the reading, practice drawing and then the actual project upon your return.

You are planning on Maternity leaveAre you looking for art projects that are ready to go? Even an uncertified sub-artist could manageAre you worried? No worries! You don’t have to worry!

Please fill in your art sub plan You can also include detailed art lessons to motivate students, but not overpower your substitute. Place the dice and copies of the game inside the tub in a folder labeled. It’s easy for your students to learn how to play this game and to take it with them.

FOSTER INDEPENDENCE

You are trying to build self-resilience in your art studio. Pop Art makes the most effective and fun game. Early finisher activity For your students.

You can set up an art centre where students choose amongst the many activities. Let students choose what activity they want to make by printing the directions and game board backwards. It’s similar to creating a Drawing directed Students are led through art processes.

DIFFERENTIATE LEARNINGS

You are an art teacher searching for the right job. Differentiated art lesson It will boost independent thinking, problem-solving and skill-acquisition.

There are four ways that art can be distinguished: the result of the project and its task, as well as the additional resources available to students. The support provided to each student is also important. Even though students may choose designs from the same board, each project’s outcome is different for the creator.

There are three options for students to create their own design. Students can choose from three options. The first involves students rolling the dice to pick their parts. A “you choose” board is the second. These two are printables. Finally, to make it easier for teachers who want engaging online lessons, I have added digital spinners!

YOU WILL RECEIVE

  • A 13-page PDF, that is not editable
  • A 9-Page PowerPoint Presentation that is not editable
  • Roll a Dice
  • Option-Based Drawing Version
  • Roy Lichtenstein Background Information Handout
  • Guide on How to Make Staff Lines
  • A Step-by – Step-by – Picture Instruction and Directions
  • Visual Arts Self Assessment Rubrics
  • Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
  • 8 Statements titled “I Can” that align with Studio Habits of Mind
  • Try Drawing Page
  • Coloring page
  • Google Drive Paperless digital resource for students, also for Google Classroom, Schoology and Canvas (and for Microsoft OneDrive, Teams and everywhere else you can link to a file…link at the bottom of each page)
  • Digital Spinner Wheels available as a download, as well Google Slides or YouTube links (links at bottom of page 3).

ART GAMES DIRECTIONS

Roll the die to make a Roy Lichtenstein music composition and collect the parts needed.

  1. You can create simple staff lines simply by tapping five pencils together.
  2. This tool can be used to practice before you begin composing a final piece.
  3. You can draw curved lines leading off the page.
  4. All areas that the staff overlap with your own are deleted.
  5. To select the pattern you want to draw between the staff, roll the die.
  6. To determine the final two patterns, roll two times more. These patterns should be drawn between the staff.
  7. Roll the die twice more to choose music symbols and notes.
  8. These can be drawn on the staff and balanced throughout the composition.
  9. To outline anything, use a black permanent marker
  10. You can color with crayons, markers or colored pencils.

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