ART 343 Final Exam

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Every Student Succeeds Act

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Every Student Succeeds Act

Do you know the name of the federal law that replaced the No Child Left Behind? (Hint: President Obama passed this law in December 2015)

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Senate Bill 1

What is the Kentucky's state law that redesigned KY's education curriculum to meet the requirements of No Child Left Behind and now the new federal law (Every Student Succeeds Act)? (Hint: Governor Beshear passed this senate bill in March 2009)

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Kentucky Academic Standards

What is the name of the content that should be taught in Kentucky?

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Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Writing

According to the KY Accountability Model: Elementary students (3rd through 5th) are assessed in certain subject areas. Can you list all 5 subject areas? (Hint: These 5 subject areas are tested at the end of each school year on the state's assessment - KPREP)

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  1. Planning and Preparation

  2. Instruction

  3. Classroom Environment

  4. Professional Responsibilities

Please list the four Domains of the KY Framework for teaching.

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  1. Ineffective

  2. Developing

  3. Accomplished

  4. Exemplary

Please list the four performance levels for the KY Framework for teaching.

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Accomplished

Out of the four teacher performance levels (Ineffective, developing, accomplished, exemplary) which performance level are teachers expected to perform?

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  1. Dance

  2. Media Arts

  3. Music

  4. Drama

  5. Visual Arts

List the 5 subject areas/disciplines in the Arts.

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process

The Arts standards focus more on the ___________ instead of the CONTENT.

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  1. Creating (CR)

  2. Presenting (Pr)

  3. Responding (Re)

  4. Connecting (Cn)

List the four Artistic Processes as outlined in the Visual Arts discipline.

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VA - Visual Arts Cr - Creating 2 - Anchor Standard 1 - Performance Standard 1 - Grade

What do the letters and numbers mean in a Visual Arts standards code? Example: VA:Cr2.1.1

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Formative Assessment

This type of assessment is "conducted as your students form their art pieces and form their thoughts during art."

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Summative Assessment

This type of assessment "summarizes both the students learning and the teacher's effectiveness, used to diagnose, to revise curricula, and to determine if objectives have been met."

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Head

What body part determines the size of the figure?

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Contour Drawing

A line drawing delineating the outer and inner contours of a posed model, still life, landscape, or other selected subject matter.

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  1. Acrylic

  2. Watercolor

  3. Tempera

3 types of paints a classroom teacher can use in the classroom.

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  1. Painting

  2. Drawing

  3. Collage

Name the three 2-Dimensional Processes of creating art.

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Totem Pole and African Mask

Additive sculptures is a method of creating a sculpture by adding/attaching items. List two most of the most common Cultural Art projects created in the classroom using the additive process.

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Too wet or too dry

When using clay what are the two most common problems?

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Scoring

When adding two pieces of clay you must moisten and scratch the clay pieces. What is the clay term for this?

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Kiln

What is the name of the machine/oven used to fire clay?

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Explode

What will happen to a clay sculpture if air is trapped inside the clay during the firing process?

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Loom

This is the supporting framework for the crisscrossing threads and yarn in weaving.

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Warp

The thread of yarn that supports the weft in weaving. (Top to bottom)

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Weft

The thread that goes across the warp from side to side in weaving. ("Weft" to right)

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red, yellow, blue

What are the primary colors?

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orange, purple, green

What are the secondary colors?

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red, orange, yellow

What are the warm colors?

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purple, blue, green

What are the cool colors?

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black, white, brown, gray

What are the neutral colors?

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Placing newspaper across the desks.

When painting in the classroom, briefly describe a recommendation/technique that could be used to make clean up quick and easy.

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Line

A continuous mark created by a moving point through space. It can vary in length, width, direction, and color.

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Shape

A two-dimensional unit in a work of art. It has height and width.

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Geometric Shapes

Shapes that are based on Math Rules.

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Organic Shapes

Shapes that resemble things from Nature; such as animals, flowers, trees, and leaves.

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Free-Form Shapes

Shapes that are NOT Geometric and do not look like things from nature. They are uneven and irregular shapes.

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Form

A three-dimensional unit in a work of art such as a cube, pyramid, cone, cylinder, or sphere. It has height, width, and depth.

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Texture

The way a surface looks or feels (rough, smooth, silky, or dull).

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Tactile

Textures that are actual textures that can really be felt.

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Visual

Textures are texture that you can see but not touch (implied or simulated).

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Color

The visual sensation produced when different wavelengths of light strike the eye.

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Hue

Another name for color.

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Color Scheme

A plan for organizing the colors used in a work of work.

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Principles of Design

How an artist arranges the Elements of Art.

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Pattern

The repetition of Shapes, Lines, or colors in a work of art.

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Balance

When artists arrange similar Elements to create a sense of visual balance.

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Symmetry, asymmetry, radial

What are the 3 types of balance?

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Symmetry

Kind of balance in which things on each side of a center line appear the same (Formal Balance).

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Asymmetry

Kind of balance in which things on each side of a center line are different.

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Radial

Is any type of balance based on a circle with its deign. The elements seem to 'radiate' out from a central point in a circular fashion.

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Emphasis

Focal point/center of interest: the drawing of attention to important areas or objects in a work of art.

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Contrast

A notable difference between two things; example; light and dark.

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  1. Apply crayon with heavy pressure.

  2. Leave some of the paper un-crayoned.

  3. Layers of newspapers for padding under the paper.

  4. Negative space can be enriched with a pattern of radiating lines.

  5. Paint the white areas with water-diluted tempera paint.

Describe the process of Crayon Resist

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Collagraphs

  1. Draw and cut out individual shapes with paper

  2. Hole punch to make patterns, overlap shapes, use found materials for texture.

  3. Carefully glue pieces and seal with polymer medium.

  4. Let dry overnight before inking.

One print making technique and the basic steps to create a print.

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Soft Bristle

What type of paint brush goes with water color paint?

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Stiff Bristle

What type of paint brushes go with tempera paint and acrylic paint?

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Bamboo

What type of paint brush goes with ink?

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tip, belly, bristles, ferrule, crimp, size, and handle

What are the parts of a paint brush?

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A. Round B. Pointed Round C. Flat D. Bright E. Filbert F. Angular Flat G. Fan H. Detailed Round

Know the following brush types and how to identify:

<p>Know the following brush types and how to identify:</p>
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