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Service Learning Lesson Plan


Material Exploration

Lesson Idea and

Relevance: What are you
going to teach and why is this
lesson of importance to your
students? How is it relevant to
students of this age and

Group/Date: Artistic Abilities Spring 2016

Students will create personal puzzle pieces to express their personality

share themselves with the class as a way to get to know each other.
Students will explore the medium of tissue paper and discover ways
to use materials through two different compositions.

Essential Understanding (s): What are the big ideas? What

Essential Question (s): What provocative questions will foster

specific understandings about them are desired?

inquiry, understanding, and transfer of learning?

Art can be used to build

relationships and create a safe artistic

Materials do many things

known and explored

How do artists know what

materials do?

How do artists choose their


What happens when colors


What happens when shapes


Outcomes - Students will be able to...What key knowledge and skills will students acquire as a result of this unit? ...Art history and
culture expressive features and characteristics of art art materials, tools, and techniques? What should they eventually be able to do as a
result of such knowledge and skill? ...Compare and contrast art work analyze sketches?

Students will be able to

The student will be able to identify primary and secondary colors.

The student will be able to identify overlap in other works of art created by a variety of artists.
The student will be able to create overlapping shapes.
The student will be able to describe how to use tissue paper, glue, water, and scissors.
The student will be able to paint and stamp with tissue paper to create shapes and colors.

Student Reflective Activity: Through what authentic

performance task(s) will students demonstrate the desired
understandings? How will students reflect upon and self-assess their

Assessment Instrument (s):

By what criteria will

performances of understanding be judged?


Students will demonstrate their understanding

of the
relationship building activity by remembering
and referencing
others names and hobbies.

Students will describe their art making process

and the discoveries they made.
Understanding will be assessed by asking
questions out loud to students. Such as:
What happens when blue and yellow overlap?
What happens when a shape repeats?

By using primary colored tissue papers in the

first exploration,
students will explore color mixing. In the
second piece,
students will demonstrate their color
understanding by
creating secondary colors.
Students will explore using color mixing,
shape, overlap, pattern, and resist in their
second piece to use the tools and techniques
discovered in the first activities.
Students will share their works with the class
and explain their discoveries

How will you help the students know where the unit is going and what is expected? Help the teacher know where the
students are coming from (prior knowledge, interests)?

The unit will begin with a simple question, one without a specific correct answer: How do we
know what tissue paper can do? This question will serve as a basis for discussion on color
theory and an exploration of media with the intention of activating prior knowledge in the
form of content and compositional

How will you hook all students and hold their interest?

Begin by asking what this material is (tissue


How will you equip students, help them experience the

key ideas, and explore the issues to generate ideas for their art work?

To provoke an idea for the second piece,

students will be asked What can you find in
What do you use it for?
your first piece? Examples of cubist art will
I wonder what will happen if I paint over it? also be shown to provide some ideas.
What just happened?
I wonder what will happen if i overlap two

colors? Three? Should I do more?

Now lets see what you can discover.


How is the lesson organized to maximize initial and sustained engagement as well as effective learning? Provide opportunities
to rethink and revise their understandings and work? Allow students to evaluate their work and its implications? Include literacy and

Greet students, make them feel welcome

Teacher introductions and personal sharing of favorite place and food.
Puzzle piece introduction Lauren will explain that each student recieves a piece and they will
fit together.
Teachers share their puzzle pieces with their favorite food that they drew.
Teachers ask about use of tissue paper
Ask what this material is (tissue paper)
What do you use it for?
I wonder what will happen if I paint over it?
What just happened?
I wonder what will happen if i overlap two different
colors? Three? Should I do more?
Now lets see what you can discover.
Teachers demonstrate painting tissue paper with watered down glue on paper
Students will be given smaller sheet of paper for exploration
Students try tissue paper
Students play and explore overlap
Students explore painting with tissue paper
Students reflect on first piece What did you find?
Teachers show examples of famous artworks
Students will identify or talk about: color, repetition of shape, pattern, overlap, and possibly
Teachers use demonstrate resist with pastels and crayon on tissue paper
Students are given larger sheet of paper to make their final piece
Students continue on a second work
Students explore color, repetition of shape, pattern, overlap, and possibly resist
Students present to whole class or small groups what they made
Students identity use of overlapping, painting, texture, or an image

Materials and Resources: What is needed to complete the learning plan? List materials and resources in a bulleted format.

Paper cut into puzzle pieces

Colored Pencils
Tissue paper
Example paintings
Color Pastels

Preparation and Safety: What do you need to prepare for this experience? What safety issues need to be addressed? List steps of
preparation and safety in a bulleted format.

Paper for puzzle pieces will be cut and tissue paper will be cut into circles, triangles, squares,
and rectangles. Before students arrive, all materials will be set up. Tables will be covered and
tissue paper, water, glue, and brushes setup for a demonstration. Each student will have a
puzzle piece, a small piece of paper for exploration, and a large piece of paper for final


How is the lesson tailored (personalized) to the different needs, interests, and abilities of learners? ...Access
(Resources and/or Process) and Expression (Products and/or Performance)?

Gloves will be available for student who do not want to get their hands dirty. Other
accommodations will be further assessed when the students needs are known.