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1 Aug 9 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Grab large sheet of white paper from back table. Take out pre-test and safety quiz, procedure picture handout if not turned in. Remember tomorrow your parent signature is due!!!!!

2 Aug 10 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Grab portfolio and start working on it. Take out pre-test and safety quiz, procedure picture handout if not turned in. Remember your parent signature is due!!!!!

3 Aug 13 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Grab portfolio and start working on it. Remember your Art Fee $25 is due on Friday

4 Aug 14 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Take out a sheet of paper and write name, date, and period. Title the paper: Elements of Art and Principles of design Notes. Write down objective: Students will define the 7 elements of art and the 7 principles of design Remember your Art Fee $25 is due on Friday

5 Aug 15 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Take out a sheet of paper and write name, date, and period. Remember your Art Fee $25 is due on Friday Write Objective: Students will create 6 ceramic tiles showing their understanding of the 7 elements of art definitions.

6 Aug 16 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Take out clay bag and grab table supplies: 2 rollers, 2 rulers, 2 water cups, and 2 wood knifes. Write down the quote of the day underneath your notes from yesterday: Your life is a piece of clay, don't let anyone else mold it for you. Remember your Art Fee $25 is due on Friday

7 Aug 16 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Write down the quote of the day underneath your notes from yesterday: Your life is a piece of clay, don't let anyone else mold it for you. Remember your Art Fee $25 is due tomorrow!!!!!!

8 Aug 17 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. No clay, yet!!!!! Write down the quote of the day underneath your notes from yesterday: Art is the only way to run away without leaving home. - Twyla Tharp Remember your Art Fee $25 is due Today

9 Aug 20 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Write down the quote of the day underneath your notes from last week: Ceramics: Grab clay and tools and get to work after you write quote. Art Test Friday!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Grab your slow contour shoe drawings and get to work after you write quote. A sculptor is a person who is interested in the shape of things, a poet in words, a musician by sounds."

10 Aug 21 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Write down your own quote of the day underneath your last one. Try to make it about Art and stay positive! Ceramics: Grab clay and tools and get to work after you write quote. Art Test Friday!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Turn in your slow contour shoe drawings to my desk and take out a piece of paper after you write quote.

11 Aug 22 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Write down the quote of the day underneath your last one. Art is not a thing; it is a way. -Elbert Hubbard Ceramics: Grab clay and tools and get to work after you write quote. Art Test Friday!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Take out yesterdays cross contour drawings after you write quote.

12 Aug 23 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Write down the quote of the day underneath your last one. A picture is worth a thousand words. Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte Ceramics: Grab clay, tools, and get to work after you write quote. Art 1-2: Take out yesterdays cross contour drawings after you write quote.

13 Aug 23 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your art elements and principles notes and study quietly. Art 1-2: Take out yesterdays cross contour drawings and finish them to turn in today.

14 Aug 27 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Quote of the day: A man paints with his brains and not with his hands. By Artist: Michelangelo Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down quote. Test on Thursday!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Take out last weeks drawings and get drawing after writing down quote.

15 Aug 28 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Test on Thursday!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Bell work due Thursday Describe what you see in Edward Munchs The Scream?

16 Aug 29 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Take out your notes after writing down answer to bell work question. Test tomorrow!!!!!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Bell work due Thursday Analyze what you see in Edward Munchs The Scream using the art elements and principles of design?

17 Aug 31 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Take out your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Bell work due Interpret what you see in Edward Munchs The Scream? What is the story and the mood?

18 Sep 4 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Take out a piece of paper to write glazing notes after writing down bell work. Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Final Day for Value Drawing! Judge Edward Munchs The Scream? What did the artist do well and was successful? What was not successful?

19 Sep 5 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Pop Quiz this week! Free Project and Tiles due Friday!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Value Drawing due today! Describe what you see in Pablo Picassos The Kiss?

20 Sep 6 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Pop Quiz this week! Free Project and Tiles due Tomorrow!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Analyze what you see in Pablo Picasso The Kiss using the art elements and principles of design?

21 Sep 7 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Pop Quiz this week! Free Project and Tiles due!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Interpret what you see in Pablo Picasso The Kiss? What is the story and the mood?

22 Sep 10 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Judge Pablo Picassos The Kiss? What did the artist do well and was successful? What was not successful?

23 Sep 11 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Describe what you see in Van Gogh's Blossoming Almond Branch in a Glass with a Book?

24 Sep 12 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Bell work Due tomorrow!!!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Bell work due tomorrow!!!! Analyze what you see in Van Gogh's Blossoming Almond Branch in a Glass with a Book using the art elements and principles?

25 Sep 13 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Bell work Due!!!! Art 1-2: Take out drawings and get working after writing down answer to question. Bell work Due!!!! Interpret what you see in Van Gogh's Blossoming Almond Branch in a Glass with a Book? What is the story and mood?

26 Sep 14 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Art 1-2: Take out Homework sketch drawings and get working. Judge what you see in Van Gogh's Blossoming Almond Branch in a Glass with a Book? What is successful and not successful?

27 Sep 17 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Art 1-2: Take out Homework sketch drawings and get working. Due Tomorrow! Ceramics: Describe what you see Manet's The Waitress?

28 Sep 18 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Using the art elements and principles analyze what you see Manet's The Waitress?

29 Sep 19 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Interpret what you see Manet's The Waitress? Tell me the story.

30 Sep 20 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Quietly sit in assigned seats. Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Judge what you see Manet's The Waitress?

31 Sep 21 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Describe what you see in Vince Sansones ceramic piece Watermelon Bunny?

32 Sep 24 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Analyze (Art elements and principles) what you see in Vince Sansones ceramic piece Watermelon Bunny?

33 Sep 25 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Interpret (The story) what you see in Vince Sansones ceramic piece Watermelon Bunny?

34 Sep 26 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: write down answer to bell work question. Judge what you see in Vince Sansones ceramic piece Watermelon Bunny?

35 Sep 27 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Describe what you see in Autumn Higgins's ceramic piece Dont eat that.

36 Sep 28 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Analyze ( art elements and principles) what you see in Autumn Higgins's ceramic piece Dont eat that.

37 Sep 30 th Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Interpret (the story) what you see in Autumn Higgins's ceramic piece Dont eat that.

38 Oct 1 st Bell work/ Warm Up: Ceramics: Grab your clay projects after writing down answer to bell work question. Judge what you see in Autumn Higgins's ceramic piece Dont eat that. What was successful and not successful.

39 October 3 rd 2012 Warm Up Write down the definition of the word below: Functional Art: art that serves a purpose other then looking nice. Can be used to hold things or store things.

40 October 4 th 2012 Warm Up Write down the definition of the word below: Non-Functional Art: Art that is only looked at to be beautiful, make a statement or tell a story.

41 October 5 th 2012 Warm Up Decide if this Teapot artwork is functional art or non-functional art and defend your argument with reason.

42 October 16 th Warm Up What are the four attributes people think are causes of success? Ability Effort Other People Luck

43 October 17 th Warm Up What is the definition of a dry foot? Is the bottom of a pot which has been cleaned of al glaze before firing. No Glaze on foot

44 October 18 th Warm Up What is the definition of Earthenware? It is clay that matures at a low temperature but remains porous.

45 October 19 th Warm Up What is the definition of Feldspar? It is a common material found in most rocks from which glaze materials are developed.

46 October 22nd Warm Up What is the definition of Firing? Is the heating of clay or glaze to a specific temperature.

47 October 24 th Warm Up Name all 7 of the art elements and 7 principles and draw a small picture of each to go with it.

48 October 26 th Warm Up What is definition of fusion Point? The temperature at which a clay or glaze materials melts. Brain Bat of the day: once time

49 October 29 th Warm Up What is the definition of Glaze? Glaze is a glass like coating fusion bonded to a ceramic surface by heat. Brain Bat of the day: cat cat cat cat cat cat cat

50 October 30 th Warm Up What is the definition of Glaze Fire? Glaze fire is a cycle in which glaze materials are heated sufficiently to melt and form a glassy surface coating when cooled. Brain Bat of the day: S M E U O S G T T C A O H M W E

51 October 31 st Warm Up Happy Halloween Black Hawks! Write down Halloween Fun Fact: Did you Know? There are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with orange. Brain Bat of the day: O R S E M A N

52 November 1 st Warm Up What is the definition of green ware? Green ware is unfired clay objects. Brain Bat of the Day: TUNE TUNE TUNE TUNE

53 November 2 nd Warm Up What is the definition of grout? Grout is mortar used with ceramic tiles by filling the spaces between them. Brain Bat of the Day: 1 END 3 END 5 END 7 END 9 END

54 November 5 th Warm Up What is the definition of High Relief? High Relief is a strongly raised or deeply carved patterns. Brain Bat of the Day: hrooobd

55 November 6 th Warm Up What is the definition of Kiln? A Kiln is a furnace like oven made to fire ceramic products. Brain Bat of the Day: AOBLNUECMOEON

56 November 7 th Warm Up No Warm Up due to afternoon sub. Get to work on Reliquary Boxes, Free Project, and Cereal Bowl!

57 November 8 th Warm Up What is definition of Kiln Furniture? Kiln Furniture are refractory shelves, posts, and other equipment placed in a kiln to hold ware during firing. Brain Bat of the day: VESTPRIVATEIGATOR

58 November 9 th Warm Up What is definition of Kneading? Kneading is working clay on a surface with palms of the hands in order to remove air and obtain uniform consistency. Brain Bat of the day: chimney chimney chimney chimney chimney

59 November 14 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term leather hard? Leather Hard is the condition of clay when most of the moisture has evaporated leaving still soft enough to carved or joined to other piece of clay. Brain Bat of the Day: B FIRE

60 November 15 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Matt Glaze? Matt Glaze is the non glossy surface quality of a completely fired clay. Brain Bat of the Day: lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies lies

61 November 16 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Maturing Point? Maturing point is the firing point at which glaze ingredients have reached complete fusion. Brain Bat of the Day: erutuf eht ot

62 November 19 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Mold? Mold is a plaster clay shape from which a clay form can be reproduced. Brain Bat of the Day: GLOOOOKD

63 November 20 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Over Glaze? Over Glaze is glaze decoration applied on the surface of a fired glaze and then re-fired. Brain Bat of the Day: C CAVE

64 November 21 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Opaque? Opaque is an area that light does not pass through or the opposite of transparent (not see through). Brain Bat of the Day: Dr Dr

65 November 26 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Pinching? Pinching is the act of squeezing clay between thumb and fingers to form a pot or sculpture Brain Bat of the Day: ENO ERAUQS OT

66 November 27 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term plasticity? It is the quality of clay that allows it to be easily manipulated and still maintain its shape. Brain Bat of the Day: N W O R G

67 November 28 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term porcelain? It is a strong, translucent white clay body that matures at cone 12 or above Brain Bat of the Day: lookbebebebeuleap

68 November 29 th Warm Up Objective: Students will show their learned ceramics skills in creating an original project which can include: coiling, pinching, and slab. What is the definition of the ceramic term porosity? The capacity of a clay body to absorb moisture. EC Brain Bat of the Day: EC Review Q: What is the first stage of clay?

69 November 30 th Warm Up Objective: Students will show their learned ceramics skills in creating an original project which can include: coiling, pinching, and slab. What is the definition of the ceramic term Raku? Is a firing process in which ware is reduced after firing by burying it in a combustible material and then covering with lid to produce luster colors. EC Brain Bat of the Day: EC Review Q: What is the 2 nd stage of clay?

70 December 3 rd Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Rib ? – A rib is a curve tool made of wood, metal, or plastic, used for shaping, scraping, or smoothing clay objects. EC Brain Bat of the Day: What walks all day on its head? EC Review Q: What is the 3 rd stage of clay?

71 December 4 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Scoring ? – Scoring is scratching or roughing the edges of damp or leather hard clay before joining them. Brain Bat of the Day: – The more of them you take, the more you leave behind. What are they?

72 December 5 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Shrinkage? – Is the contraction of clay or glaze in either drying or firing. Brain Bat of the Day: – What is that you will break every time you name it?

73 December 6 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Silica? – Silica is oxide of silicon found in nature as quartz or flint sand, is the most common of all ceramic materials. Brain Bat of the Day: – What is put on a table and cut, but never eaten?

74 December 7 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Slip? – Slip is the glue that holds clay together which is a mixture of clay and water. Brain Bat of the Day: – What's full of holes but still holds water?

75 December 10 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Stoneware? – Stoneware is gray clay body which matures between cones – EC Write down what is terra cotta clay.

76 December 13 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Throwing? – EC Write down what is the meaning of the word Translucent.

77 December 14 th Warm Up What is the definition of the ceramic term Trimming? – EC Write down what is the meaning of the Underglaze.

78 December 17 th Warm Up No bell work Today! Bell work is due tomorrow. Review guide will be passed out and is due the day of the final exam. Review Guide is worth 50pts and you are allowed to work together. Study For Final Exam!

79 January 8 th Warm Up Grab Syllabus from back table. Print your name on the top. Also take out your tea pot drawings from yesterday.

80 January 9 th Warm Up No bell work Work on drawing exercise from sub and if you finish early work on tea pot drawings.

81 January 10 th Warm Up Where do you think Tea Pots originated from? At the beginning of the Ming Dynasty ( ) in China Today we will watch a teacher/video demo on how to create a tea pot. Mrs. Cantore will collect drawings if you are done early, so you can get started after demo. If you didnt finish sub lesson, you have till the end of class today to finish for full credit (ask teacher for paper).

82 January 11 th Warm Up Where do you think Tea (the liquid) originated from? Today we will watch a teacher demo on how to create a tea pot. Mrs. Cantore will collect drawings if you are done early, so you can get started after demo. Tea pot drawings: you have till the end of class today to finish

83 January 14 th Warm Up What are the purposes of the tea pot? Today we will watch a short teacher demo on how to create flower decorations. If you have late work, please put it on my desk. Art Fee due this Friday!!!!!

84 January 15 th Warm Up What do you think is the most popular flavor of tea? If you have late work, please put it on my desk. Art Fee due this Friday!!!!!

85 January 16 th Warm Up What are the different materials tea pots are made of? – Clay Porcelain Spode – Silver & Pewter – Glass Art Fee due this Friday!!!!!

86 January 17 th Warm Up None Place bellwork in pile at table to turn in! Art Fee due this Friday!!!!!

87 January 18 th Warm Up What art elements do you represent in your design of your tea set and how do you represent them? Ceramics 5-6 No Bell work just turn in planning sheet at end of period. Example: I have color because I plan to glaze my rose pink. I have form because I plan to make my decorations 3 D. Art Fee due!!!!

88 January 24 th Warm Up Reflect on this week, what have you accomplished in your tea set so far? What are you missing? How do you plan to divide the next week to finishing this project for bisque ware fire? I will check for Progress for a grade tomorrow. Art Fee due!!!!

89 January 25 th Warm Up Reflect on this week, what is your teapot design theme? How have you changed it as you progress? What parts didnt work in the clay? I will check for Progress for a grade today! Art Fee due!!!!

90 January 28 th Warm Up Reflect on this week, what is due this Friday? Be specific. Art Fee due!!!!

91 January 29 th Warm Up Reflect, why do you think some teapots from specific time periods or styles are considered more valuable than others? What makes a teapot more valuable to you? Be specific. Art Fee past due!!!!

92 January 30 th Warm Up None, today make sure you have all your bellwork ready to turn in tomorrow! Tea set is due Friday for bisque fire

93 January 31 th Warm Up None, today make sure you have all your bellwork ready to turn from the 18 th -29 th ! Tea set is due Tomorrow for bisque fire

94 Feb 1 st Warm Up Originally the Tea set was due for bisque fire but due to unforeseen circumstances there will be an extension till Monday at the end of Class.

95 Feb 4 th Warm Up Tea set glaze is due next Monday. Tea set check is due today. What does a hero mean to you? Write three character traits that describe a hero.

96 Feb 5 th Warm Up Tea set glaze is due next Monday. Write down the names of three of your personal heroes and why you picked them. (those you might want to do for your project).

97 Feb 6 th Warm Up Tea set glaze is due next Monday. Bell work: Write down your homework assignment: – Students must bring a large picture of their heros head by Monday!

98 Feb 7 th Warm Up Tea set glaze is due Monday. Bell work: Write down your timeline for Head Bust Project: – Week 1: Work basic head features and hallow out – Week 2: Add facial details – Week 3: Final details and smoothing/ due for bisque – Week 4: Glaze and due for Glaze fire Project dates: Feb. 11 th – March 8 th

99 Feb 8 th Warm Up Bell work: Write down the following: – Tea set glaze is due at end of period Mon. 200 pts. – My hero picture is due Mon. 10 pts. – My hero circle map character traits is due Tues. 50 pts. – My hero bubble map is due Wen.

100 Feb 11 th Warm Up Bell work: Write down the following: Tomorrow my circle map is due 50 pts. & and answer the following: Who is Americas most popular super hero?

101 Feb 12 th Warm Up Bell work: Write down the following: Tomorrow my bubble map is due 50 pts. & and answer the following: What is the most important quality you think a hero must have?

102 Feb 13 th Warm Up Bell work: None tomorrow warms ups are due! Bubble Maps are due today!

103 Feb 14 th Warm Up Bell work: Warms ups are due! Happy Valentines Day!

104 Lips 2/15/13 Warm Up: Draw 4 sets of lips. Two open mouth Two closed mouth

105 Warm Up 2/19/13 Draw 2 ears, one from the profile view and the other from the front view.

106 Warm Up 2/20/13: Draw two pairs of eyes Remember, facial features are just made up of value. Dont just use lines. Remember, facial features are just made up of value. Dont just use lines.

107 Warm Up 2/21/13 Draw 5 Noses

108 Warm Up 2/25/13 Why? Write down your response to the following questions: Write down your response to the following questions: Why is it necessary to poke holes into a hollow enclosed form? Why is it necessary to poke holes into a hollow enclosed form? Where do you think you poke holes into your hollowed out head? Where do you think you poke holes into your hollowed out head?

109 Warm Up 2/27/13 Write down: How are you going to get the hair to look realistic for your hero? Draw the type of hair your hero has in your sketchbook.

110 Warm Up 2/26/13 Reflection Take 5 minutes and write down how you are doing in Ceramics. Be sure you are writing the entire time. No talking, concentrate on your bell work. Take 5 minutes and write down how you are doing in Ceramics. Be sure you are writing the entire time. No talking, concentrate on your bell work. How are you doing in Ceramics? How are you doing in Ceramics? Have you checked your grade recently? What is your current grade and why? Have you checked your grade recently? What is your current grade and why? Are you missing any assignments? Are you missing any assignments? Is there something that you have/do struggle with? What have you done to try and overcome this Is there something that you have/do struggle with? What have you done to try and overcome this Are things coming easy to you? What are those things? Are things coming easy to you? What are those things? Have you completed ALL of your projects and assignments? If not, what are you missing and when are you going to get it done? Have you completed ALL of your projects and assignments? If not, what are you missing and when are you going to get it done?

111 Warm Up 3/1/13 Extension of deadline of Bisque check for Ceramic Head Busts: Extension of deadline of Bisque check for Ceramic Head Busts: Lucky You! You have till Next Friday before Spring Break to complete your heads. Lucky You! You have till Next Friday before Spring Break to complete your heads. Dont forget to say thank you and please make sure you finish before the break or else it WILL DRYOUT for the week we are gone.! Dont forget to say thank you and please make sure you finish before the break or else it WILL DRYOUT for the week we are gone.!

112 Warm Up 3/19/13 Name three animals that you like. Name three animals that you like. Name three animals you think would be hard to create out of clay. Name three animals you think would be hard to create out of clay. Explain why you think it would be difficult to make those animals. Explain why you think it would be difficult to make those animals. See example and please use complete sentences! See example and please use complete sentences! Ex: I believe creating a horse out of clay would be difficult because the legs on a horse are thin and would be very fragile. Ex: I believe creating a horse out of clay would be difficult because the legs on a horse are thin and would be very fragile.

113 Warm Up 3/21/13 How do you plan to incorporate movement to your animal sculpture? What will be the texture you plan to use in your sculpture? How do you plan to incorporate movement to your animal sculpture? What will be the texture you plan to use in your sculpture? Ex: I plan to in corporate movement into my lemur sculpture by have my monkey cling to a rock showing climbing motion. The texture I plan to use in my lemur is a fur texture created with broom bristles and thick slip. Ex: I plan to in corporate movement into my lemur sculpture by have my monkey cling to a rock showing climbing motion. The texture I plan to use in my lemur is a fur texture created with broom bristles and thick slip.

114 Warm Up 3/22/13 If you had extra time after you finished your sculpture, what other items would you create to go with your sculpture? Ex: If I had extra time, I would create a baby lemur and leaves to go with my lemur sculpture.

115 Ceramics 3-4 Animal Sculpture Requirements You will create two items for the sculpture project: You will create two items for the sculpture project: One animal showing movement (your choice of animal and additional animals such a prey are optional) One animal showing movement (your choice of animal and additional animals such a prey are optional) The animals environment (Example: sponge bobs pineapple home. ) The animals environment (Example: sponge bobs pineapple home. ) Size of environment must match animal size. See image: Size of environment must match animal size. See image:

116 Warm Up 3/26/13 Write down following due dates and answer the following question: Bell work due on Thursday Animal sculpture due for green ware check Thursday. What did you do in class yesterday with the sub?

117 Warm Up 3/27/13 Answer the following question in complete sentences: How is your animal showing movement project going? Is it turn out the way you wanted? Have you encountered any difficulties yet? Did you change your original animal planned? If yes, why did you change it?

118 Warm Up 3/28/13 Answer the following question in complete sentences: Bell work is due today, do you know why bell work is important? Do you think it is just busy work or do you understand the meaning behind it or does it depend? Explain your answer with details supporting your opinion.


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