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One-Point Perspective Rooms and Two-Point Perspective Houses / Grades 9-12 Project Objective: This lesson will allow students to use their knowledge on perspective to draw a room in one-point perspective or a house in two-point perspective. Students may choose to draw their own room or house. They will extend their knowledge of perspective by practicing it further to create a realistic representational image. They will know where to place the horizon line and vanishing points. They will listen to a demonstration on how to blend and shade with complimentary colors to create contrast, value, focal points, and meaning within a work of art. They will have a choice of coloring their drawings with colored pencils or markers. Course of Study/Ohio Academic Content Standards: Ohio Academic Content Standards: · Grade 9: o Creative Expression and Communication Benchmark A: Demonstrate perceptual skill when drawing from direction observation. Benchmark B: Make informed choices in the selection of materials, subject matter and techniques to achieve certain visual effects. · Grade 10: o Creative Expression and Communication Benchmark B: Evaluate their choices of compositional elements in terms of how those choices affect the subject matter of the work. o Analyzing and Responding Benchmark A: Analyze the way media, technique, compositional elements and subject matter work together to create meaning in selected artworks. Benchmark B: Understand ho the structure and composition of an art form relate to its purpose. Grade 11: o Creative Expression and Communication Benchmark B: Create artwork that interprets a theme, idea or concept and demonstrate technical skill and the perceptive use of visual art elements (e.g., show light sources, different vantage points and local or subjective color). Grade 12: o Creative Expression and Communication Benchmark A: Integrate the elements of art and principles of design using a variety of media to solve specific visual art problems and to convey meaning. Benchmark B: Solve visual art problems that demonstrate skill, imagination and in-depth understanding of media and processes.

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Materials: · Handouts: o One-point perspective o Two-point perspective o Project information · 2B pencils (1 per student) · Erasers (1 per student) · Black thin-point sharpies (1 per student)

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18" rulers (1 per student) 11x17" white sulphite paper (1 sheet per student) Prismacolor colored pencils (shared by students) Prismacolor or Crayola markers (shared by students)

Vocabulary: · Perspective, linear perspective, horizon line, vanishing point, one-point perspective, two-point perspective, complimentary colors, contrast, value, and focal point Directions or Process: Day 1: · 10-15 minutes: Each student will be given the one-point perspective, two-point perspective, and project information handout. The teacher will go over one-point and two-point perspective for students on the chalkboard. o Students will choose to draw their room in one-point perspective or their house in two-point perspective. o Each student will be given a pencil, eraser, ruler, and one sheet of 11x17 white sulphite paper. · 25-30 minutes: Students will begin drawing their one-point perspective rooms or two-point perspective houses. They will the handouts to guide them in drawing. The teacher will go around the room and help any student that needs help. · 5 minutes: Students will use the time remaining to clean up their materials, place them in their proper storage area, and wipe off tables that have material residue. Day 2-4: · 40-45 minutes: Students will continue to draw their one-point perspective rooms and two-point perspective houses. Students will be given a thin-point sharpie to go over their drawing with. The teacher will go around the room and help any student that needs help. · 5 minutes: Students will use the time remaining to clean up their materials, place them in their proper storage area, and wipe off tables that have material residue. Day 5: · 5-10 minutes: Students will listen to a demonstration on how to color their onepoint perspective rooms and two-point perspective houses. Students will learn how to: o Blend and shade by using complimentary colors o Create contrast through color relationships and value differences o Create focal points and meaning Students may use colored pencils or markers to color their drawings. · 30-35 minutes: Students will use their knowledge from the demonstration to color their drawings. The teacher will go around the room and help any student that needs help. · 5 minutes: Students will use the time remaining to clean up their materials, place them in their proper storage area, and wipe off tables that have material residue. Day 6: · 40-45 minutes: Students will finish coloring their drawings and turn them in to be evaluated. The teacher will go around the room and help any student that needs help. · 5 minutes: Students will use the time remaining to clean up their materials, place them in their proper storage area, and wipe off tables that have material residue.

Evaluation: · Students can define perspective and understand how artists use it to represent the three-dimensional world around them on a two-dimensional surface. · Students understand that perspective uses rules and guidelines in order to create a representational image realistically. · Students can find the horizon line and place vanishing points in the correct area. · Students can draw in one-point and two-point perspective by observing what's around them. · Students understand how to blend and shade with color to create contrast, value, focal points, and meaning. Bibliography, Reference, Technology or Related Resources: · Brooke, Sandy. Drawing as Expression. 2nd edition. Pearson Prentice Hall (2007) · DuBosque, Doug. Drawing 3-D: A Step-by-Step Guide to Perspective Drawing. · Edwards, Betty. The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. Penguin Putnam Inc. (1999)

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