Standard: Paint or draw a landscape, seascape, or cityscape that shows the illusion of space.

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Standard: Paint or draw a landscape, seascape, or cityscape that shows the illusion of space. by Mind Map: Standard: Paint or draw a landscape, seascape, or cityscape that shows the illusion of space.

1. Big Idea: Students explore different kinds of scenery and emphasize the "Space" element of art.

2. Objective 3: Students can draw a landscape drawing to show the illusion of space.

2.1. Foundation Knowledge/ Key factors

2.1.1. Students can draw details of different landscapes.

2.2. Scaffold

2.2.1. Show and Tell: Show the outcome of the activity. Demonstrate how to draw different objects.

2.2.2. Explanations: Write the procedures of the art project. Explain the "space" element of art. Teach students drawing skills to emphasize the "space".

2.3. New Knowdge

2.3.1. Students learned how to draw 3D drawing on 2D paper. Students learned how to use a vanishing point to make a illusion of space.

3. Objective 1 :Students find information for different landscapes.

3.1. Foundation Knowledge/ Key factors

3.1.1. Students know general ideas about land, sea, and city.

3.2. Scaffold

3.2.1. Use Visual Aids: Show students pictures and videos of different landscapes.

3.2.2. Give Time to Talk: Have students do Think-Pair-Share to discuss about the pictures and videos they have seen.

3.3. New Knowledge

3.3.1. Students understand the differences between landscape, seascape, and cityscpae. Students can identify three kinds of landscapes on a work of art.

4. Objective 2: Students understand various objects in different landscapes.

4.1. Foundation Knowledge/ Key factors

4.1.1. Students learned the first objective about the differences between landscape, seascape, and cityscape.

4.2. Scaffold

4.2.1. Tap into Prior Knowledge: Have students share their thoughts about different landscapes based on what they have learned from last objective. Ask students to think and describe more details about each landscape. (Ex: Cityscpae, ask students about the transportation in a big city. Trains? Buses? Cars? and guide students to train stations, bus stops, parking places and sidewalks.)

4.2.2. Stories: Mention about the popular fairy tales that happen in different landscapes. (Ex: The Little Mermaid for seascape. Ask students what kind of sea creatures will be in the seascape.)

4.3. New Knowledge

4.3.1. Students learned various objects in each landscape. Students can draw accurate details of three different landscapes.

5. Subject: Visual Art Grade Level: 3rd grade Unit: Different Landscape Teacher: Yu-Ting Han

5.1. Maths

5.1.1. Text book, exercises 34, 35, 36, 37